Food and Nutrition Services
Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheels offers nutritious meals for homebound older adults and people living with disabilities. Delicious frozen meals that are easy to heat are delivered directly to the client's home each week by caring and compassionate staff and volunteers.
Delicious, hearty meals are served at many locations throughout Snohomish County for people 60 and older. In addition to eating a nutritious meal, participants get together with friends – new and old, participate in lively and interesting activities, and receive help finding needed services. Senior Dining sites are also a great place to serve your community through volunteer activities.
Check the link below for locations and times. If you are 60 or older, we also welcome your spouse (of any age), or anyone living at home with you who is younger and disabled. Everyone in these groups can enjoy the meal for a $3 suggested donation (or whatever you can afford). Other family and friends who join you can enjoy a meal for $6. Donations are confidential and may be made with cash, check or Basic Food Program voucher (food stamps).
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Washington State Basic Food Program
The Washington Basic Food Program (formerly known as food stamps) is funded by the federal government Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). SNAP is the largest nutrition assistance program in America. The goal of the program is to alleviate hunger and malnutrition. Currently, over 820,430 or 12.5 percent of Washington residents participate in the Basic Food Program. The easiest way to apply for food assistance is to contact Senior Services at 425.347.1229 or 800.824.2183. You can also email your name and phone number to email@example.com and we will contact you.