Current registered senior participants and new participants age 60+ can pick up a lunch at the following drive up locations, Monday through Friday.
Participants are encouraged to call at least one day prior to reserve a meal for pick-up at 910-798-6420. For Maides Park, please call 910-341-7867 at least one day prior to reserve a meal. Please provide the date and location of the meal you are requesting.
For participants who wish to dine in our Ohana Cafe at the Senior Resource Center, the first dining is from 10:00 to 11:45am. Activities for the day begin at 10:00am. Lunch is served at 11:00 with the Ohana Cafe closing for sanitizing at 11:45. The second dining is from 12:00 to 1:00pm.
To see the calendar of congregate activities at Ohana Cafe for March, please use the following link: May Programs-Ohana Cafe
The Senior Resource Center (SRC) has a Nutrition program in Castle Hayne to serve residents in northern New Hanover County. Residents can enjoy a variety of programs, services, and fitness classes at Castle Hayne Baptist Church. Nutritious lunches will also be offered for seniors ages 60+.
To see the calendar of congregate activities at Castle Hayne for March, please use the following link: May Programs-Castle Hayne
The Senior Resource Center (SRC) has a Nutrition program at the Katie B. Hines Center to serve residents in southern New Hanover County. Residents can enjoy a variety of programs, services, and fitness classes at Katie B. Hines Senior Center Nutritious lunches will also be offered for seniors ages 60+.
To see the calendar of congregate activities at Katie B. Hines Senior Center for March please use the following link: May Programs-Katie B. Hines
If you have any questions about any of our Nutrition sites, please call (910) 798-6412, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The on-site Nutritionist will provide counseling to any New Hanover County Senior. Nutrition education programs are offered at the Center on:
Referrals are made to other local providers for health promotion services not offered at the Center.
Home-bound elderly citizens age 60 and over receive a lunch Monday through Friday, prepared at the Center Nutrition site by a local catering company.
All potential program participants need to complete a telephone screening assessment to determine eligibility. A social worker will make a home visit to complete the assessment and enroll the participant into the program, if participant meets eligibility requirements. At least every six months, participants are reassessed to determine their continued eligibility and to insure their needs continue to be appropriately met.
Menus from state guidelines provide 1/3 of daily food requirements. Meals on Wheels, Inc. a non-profit organization, works closely with the Senior Resource Center and provides meals to home-bound individuals on the weekends.
For more information on accessing the weekday home delivered meals program, contact the Senior Resource Center at 910-798-6400. For more information on the weekend program please call 910-612-0676.