Other Nutrition Programs

What is the Farmers' Market Coupon Program?

Eligible seniors receive coupons that can be used to purchase fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables at Missoula's farmers' markets from June until the markets close in October.

To be eligible, you must be 60 years of age or older, a resident of Missoula County, and meet income eligibility guidelines. You will be required to complete a Farmers' Market Coupon Program application form. This is a seasonal program and applications are only accepted in the spring. Check back at this location in spring of 2020 for instructions and application.

  • "I can no longer grow my own vegetables, and these coupons make it possible for me to enjoy them as I once did."
  • Upcoming Community Lunches More

    Diners enjoy a locally grown lunch menu at Orchard Gardens.

    Diners enjoy a locally grown lunch menu at Orchard Gardens.

    Enjoy a delicious lunch with friends at this month's Community Lunch!
    For more information about upcoming meals, check out our calendar. Please reserve your place by calling 728-7682 after the first of the month.

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  • Liquid Supplement Program More

    Volunteers help deliver nutritional supplements.

    Volunteers help deliver nutritional supplements.

    With a doctor's prescription, Missoula Aging Services provides the liquid supplement product Ensure ®, at a reduced cost to residents of Missoula County who are at least 60 years old. For a list of available products and costs, click here. To view or print the intake form, click here. Call 728-7682 to learn how to participate in this program. SNAP benefits may also be used as payment.

  • 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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  • Diners enjoy a locally grown lunch menu at Orchard Gardens.

    Diners enjoy a locally grown lunch menu at Orchard Gardens.

  • Volunteers help deliver nutritional supplements.

    Volunteers help deliver nutritional supplements.

  • 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.

What are Community Lunches?

Food, friendship & fun. . . along with interesting presentations

Missoula Aging Services hosts two roaming community lunches each month and you are invited! These meals are held across Missoula at various locations.

Reservations must be made for each event so we know how much food to prepare. Please call 728-7682 to make your reservation after the first of the month if you plan to attend.

We ask that all participants over age 60 make a voluntary contribution to attend. If you are under age 60, you may attend as a guest and are asked to pay $5 for the cost of the meal.

You will enjoy a variety of dishes at these congregate meals, plus a presentation on a topic of interest. Please join us for one of these fun and educational events.

To find out where the next community lunch is, click here.

What is the Rural Nutrition Program?

Community lunches are also offered to seniors age 60 and older in the communities of Seeley Lake, Condon/Swan Valley and Lolo.

To participate in a community lunch, seniors are asked to complete a short intake form at their first meal. Completing this form helps the rural site you choose to maintain funding as a community lunch site. Your donations at a community lunch help support this program as well. Please consider donating an appropriate amount based on your income.

Click here to download a form you may complete and take with you to your first community lunch at any of the participating sites in Missoula County.

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