Union County's
Nutrition Program
for the Homebound

May Menus

News & Alerts

Hybrid Meal Delivery

Due to severe flooding of our kitchen caused by tropical storm Ida, our meals are temporally being produced by a caterer. On Monday, Wednesday & Friday, the meals are frozen and on Tuesday and Thursday the meals are hot. We apologies for any hardship resulting from our change in service.

Celebrating in JANUARY

1) New Year's Day 2) Martin Luther King's Birthday 1/17/22


Congregate Sites Open for Grab & Go Lunches

If you are over age 60, a resident of Union County and not already receiving home delivered meals from Meals On Wheels, you may pick up a nutritious box lunch at one of the location listed below. This program is being offered as a temporary alternative to the Congregate Nutrition Program. YOU MUST RESERVE IN ADVANCE Tuesday pick-up , call by Thursday before 9 am. Thursday pick-up, call by Tuesday before 9 am Suggested voluntary donation is $1.75. ------------------------------------ LOCATION---------------------------------- Cranford Lincoln Apts., Ann Ferguson Towers, Erhardt Gardens & Schaefer Gardens(Building Residents Only) Farley Towers, Liberty Square Sr. Center, O'Donnell Dempsey, Stephen Sampson Center, Hillside Sr. Center, Gregorio Recreation Center, Plainfield Sr. Center, J.F. Kennedy Senior Apts., Casano Community Center, Shady Rest at Scotch Hills Country Club, Union Sr. Center, Westfield Community Center & Winfield Community Center.


Meals On Wheels Union County

Serving Union County Seniors since 1971. Meals On Wheels currently prepares and delivers more than 400,000 nutritious meals annually to both private homes and congregate dining sites. This program is supported by a grant from Union County Division on Aging, clients contributions, and donations from the general public and private organizations.

Meals on Wheels, Inc. is a private nonprofit agency which prepares and delivers meals to the homebound who are unable to provide for themselves because of illness or physical disability. The program aids individuals in maintaining a degree of independence by keeping them from hospitalization. It also promotes an earlier hospital discharge of individuals who are convalescing but are unable to provide their own meals or continue their diet.