Nutrition Program

What does the Nutrition Program offer?

A meal and so much more

Nutritional health is an important factor for remaining independent as we age. Missoula Aging Services provides several programs to address the nutritional and social needs of seniors and people with disabilities in Missoula County. Meals on Wheels provides in-home delivery of hot meals five days a week. Congregate Meals address the need for socialization and nutritional education. The Supplement Program makes available Ensure products at a reduced cost to those with a doctor’s prescription. With support for good nutrition and healthy living, many older adults in our area are able to live safely and independently in their own homes.

  • "Meals on Wheels has saved my life. I am finally eating good meals and I feel healthier."
  • Other Nutrition Programs More

    A medley of nutritious salads from the Good Food Store offers diners a chance to sample new dishes.

    A medley of nutritious salads from the Good Food Store offers diners a chance to sample new dishes.

    In addition to Meals On Wheels, Missoula Aging Services offers a variety of nutrition programs, including the Farmers' Market Coupon Program.

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  • Meals on Wheels More

    Nutrition Program Manager Curtis Hammond and volunteer Dick Blank assemble dental hygiene packets for Meals on Wheels participants.

    Nutrition Program Manager Curtis Hammond and volunteer Dick Blank assemble dental hygiene packets for Meals on Wheels participants.

    Every day dozens of caring volunteers deliver hundreds of meals right to the tables of people who are struggling with an illness, a disability or simply with the challenges of growing older.

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  • March for Meals More

    Volunteer drivers deliver meals throughout Missoula County.

    Volunteer drivers deliver meals throughout Missoula County.

    Missoula Aging Services March for Meals campaign to raise awareness of senior hunger and donations for Meals on Wheels program.

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  • A medley of nutritious salads from the Good Food Store offers diners a chance to sample new dishes.

    A medley of nutritious salads from the Good Food Store offers diners a chance to sample new dishes.

  • Nutrition Program Manager Curtis Hammond and volunteer Dick Blank assemble dental hygiene packets for Meals on Wheels participants.

    Nutrition Program Manager Curtis Hammond and volunteer Dick Blank assemble dental hygiene packets for Meals on Wheels participants.

  • Volunteer drivers deliver meals throughout Missoula County.

    Volunteer drivers deliver meals throughout Missoula County.

Make a Difference Through Volunteering

For many homebound seniors and people with disabilities, volunteers are the bright spot in their day. Missoula Aging Services offers volunteer opportunities for everyone. Singles, families, friends, groups, and businesses will all find ways to make a difference in the lives of people who are in need in our community. 

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