Our home delivered meals program, known to many as Meals on Wheels, provides nutritious meals to older adults who are unable to prepare their own meals or to attend the community meal at one of our 14 mealsites. Meals include fruits and vegetables, dairy and grains, and a protein. Fresh local foods are frequently prepared, and all menus are dietitian approved.
Volunteers deliver hot and frozen meals and more. They provide a warm smile, and assure each senior they visit that someone is checking on their safety and well-being.
To register for Meals on Wheels (MOW), contact your local home delivered meal program. For a list of MOW programs click here.
All Meals on Wheels participants will be contacted by a CVCOA Options Counselor to offer a home visit to discuss other concerns and to share information.
For a Senior Meals Programs in Central Vermont brochure, click here for a PDF copy.
Adults with disabilities younger than 60 who need home delivered meals are encouraged to contact the Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) at 1-800-639-1522 or click here for more information.
You can help keep Meals on Wheels rolling in central Vermont!
Volunteer: mealsites need kitchen help, drivers and delivery people
Individual donations: your financial contribution helps to provide meals to seniors
Corporate gifts: contributions can help support fresh local food purchases, winter/storm emergency meals, kitchen equipment, and more
To support Meals on Wheels, you may directly contact the program you wish to help or call the CVCOA Nutrition & Wellness Coordinator at 802-476-2670 or click here.