Eligibility Requirements for Meals
We have two meal programs:
Home Delivered Meals
To be eligible for either program, recipients must be 60+ years of age, and a resident of Yolo County.
Congregate meals are an opportunity for seniors to come together to share a meal, enjoy conversation and take advantage of other activities offered at each location. Meals are served at the following locations, Monday – Friday, at 11:30am:
· Davis Senior Center 646 A Street 530-747-5870
· West Sacramento: Riverbend Manor, 664 Cummins Way 916-373-5805
· Winters Community Center 201 Railroad Avenue 530-795-4241
· Woodland Senior Center 2001 East Street 530-662-7035 x 0
A lunch reservation must be made at least 24 hours in advance of the starting day. Please arrive about 15 minutes early to fill out the paperwork before lunch is served. After that, a reservation must always be received at least 24 hours in advance. If you are unable to attend a lunch you have reserved, call to cancel at least 24 hours in advance so your lunch isn’t wasted.
There is no charge for eligible participants, but we appreciate your donation in any amount you are able to afford. Our suggested donation is $4 per meal. You may pay by cash or by check when you attend, by sending a check by mail to our main administrative office, or by using a credit card online HERE. If you are unable to make a contribution, it will not affect your participation in our program.
For questions about this program, call the number above of the program nearest you.
Home Delivered Meals:
Home delivered meals are delivered by volunteers, Monday – Friday, between 10:45am – 12noon. Eligibility for this service is determined by our Home Delivered Meals Coordinator, who oversees this program. Those who are eligible must exhibit at least one of the following conditions:
· Be homebound: The senior needs assistance to leave the home.
· Have a physical disability and need assistance with two activities of daily living, such as: eating, dressing, getting up, bathing, toileting or walking.
· Have a mental or emotional disability and needs verbal reminding or directions.
· Not be able to cook or has limited or no assistance with meal preparation.
Seniors who have been recently discharged from the hospital receive priority, whether receiving meals temporarily or for a longer term.
Paperwork will be filled out by our HDM Coordinator within 10 days of the first meal delivery during a home visit. Those enrolled in this program will be reassessed quarterly – either by phone or in their home – to determine their continued eligibility, as well as to monitor their health and need for referrals to other programs that may be needed.
There is no charge for eligible participants, but we appreciate your donation in any amount you are able to afford. Our suggested donation is $4 per meal. You may pay by sending a check by mail to our main administrative office, or by using a credit card online HERE. If you are unable to make a contribution, it will not affect your participation in our program.
If you are interested in this program, call our Home Deliver Meals Coordinator, James Kreidler at (530) 662-7035 ext. 202 or send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org