Nutrition Program

COVID-19 UPDATE: AIHS Home-Delivered Meals program is operating and accepting eligible clients. To determine your eligibility, call 260-745-1200.

1. What is the Nutrition Program?

Aging & In-Home Services’ (AIHS) Nutrition Program is funded by the Older Americans Act (OAA). The Older Americans Act supports congregate and home-delivered meals for people aged 60 and older to address the problems of food insecurity, promote socialization, and promote the health and well-being of older adults through nutrition and nutrition-related services. Services are targeted at persons with the greatest social and economic need, with particular attention to low-income older adults, including low-income minority older persons, older persons with limited English proficiency, older persons residing in rural areas, and those at risk for institutionalization.

2. What services can I receive from the Nutrition Program?

AIHS offers three avenues of support to address the nutritional needs of older adults and persons with disabilities:

3. Are there eligibility requirements or costs to participate?

There is no cost to participate in the Nutrition Program. However, clients are encouraged to donate $3.00 per meal to support the program. Donations may be made in cash, by check, or charged to a credit card. Each program will have its own set of eligibility. Contact the Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) at 260.469.3036 to request an assessment.


All eligibility criteria is subject to change based on Older Americans Act requirements and funding availability.