Home Delivered Meals

The Home Delivered Meals Program is designed to provide a well-balanced daily meal to homebound older adults who are unable to prepare adequate meals for themselves and have no other means for assuring healthful nutrition.

On Monday, Wednesday and Friday, a hot meal is delivered to the older adult’s home.  Tuesday and Thursday meals are a cold bag lunch delivered with the previous day’s hot meal.  The delivery of meals may occur any time between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM.

Due to an increase in funding from the Department of Aging, those eligible for this program are now receiving seven (7) meals per week, with the addition of two (2) frozen meals.

Volunteers from the local senior center deliver the meals to the older adult’s home.  Although this is a brief contact it does provide a check on the well being of the homebound individual.

The home-delivered meal service is not a cost shared service.

Monetary donations can be made to the York County Area Agency on Aging.

Care managers need to complete an in-home assessment to determine eligibility for Home Delivered Meals.

Eligibility for Home Delivered Meals

To be eligible for Home Delivered Meals services an individual must be:

  • York County resident in a non-institutional setting.
  • 60 years of age or older.
  • Have a physical, mental or emotional disability, which prohibits the individual from leaving his/her residence on a regular basis and/or prevents them from preparing a nutritious meal.
  • Living alone or with someone who also meets the above criteria.