ADRC of Racine County, Wisconsin

 

Senior Nutrition: 262-833-8766

 

About

Racine County offers a nutrition program to adults over the age of 60 years. There are a variety of nutrition dining sites as well as the Meals on Wheels program (meals delivered to your home for those who are homebound).This program is available throughout Racine County. Deadline for making reservations to eat at any of the Dining Centers is 9:00 a.m. of the preceding business day.

Anyone 60 years or older and spouse of any age are welcome. Call us at: 262-833-8766 or toll free at: 1-866-219-1043, or email  RCNutrition@racinecounty.comYou may also call these numbers if you are interested in volunteering.

By donating to Meals on Wheels, you help ensure that seniors in Racine County get the nutrition they need to live independently.  Donate by Mail or Phone: Meals on Wheels, 1717 Taylor Ave, Racine 53403 or 262-833-8766.

 

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Current Menu and Brochure

 

Dining Sites Menu:

Meals on Wheels Menu:

August

August**

September

September

 

**Please note: Due to the Nutrition office and MOW staging areas moving there will be no delivery of MOW on 8/22 and 8/23.  Participants may call to arrange for a frozen meal(s) in advance by 8/20 at 262-833-8766.  Dining sites will be open and operating as usual those days.

 

Program brochure

 

 

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Senior Dining Sites

To qualify to attend a nutrition dining site you must be over the age of 60 and have a means of getting to the site. Contact the ADRC if you would like information about transportation options in the community.

Dining Centers are located at:

Lake Oaks Apartments 1916 Wisconsin Avenue – Serving at noon Monday – Friday.  Map    
Enter and park in back, enter building through middle glass door to get to the dining room.
 
Lincoln Villas North 3919 Ruby Avenue – Serving at noon Monday – Friday.  Map     
Enter main doors by parking lot. 
 
Living Faith Lutheran Church 2915 Wright Avenue –  Map
Serving at noon Monday – Friday.    
Enter back of church, through glass doors. Dining is downstairs to the Right
 
Mount Pleasant Place (former Lincoln Villas South) 5820 Lincoln Village Drive –
Serving at 11:30 am  Monday – Friday.  Map     
Enter Rear of building, garage door. Go to hallway, turn left , 4th door to your right is the dining room
 
Salvation Army  1901 Washington Avenue - Serving at noon Monday - Friday.  Map     
Enter side bottom door by parking lot. Go down stairs.
 
Burlington Senior Center  * New Location* 587 E State St,  Burlington – Serving at noon Monday – Friday.  Map
Entrance off parking lot. Rear of building.
 
Hometown Village 1415 13th Avenue Union Grove – Serving at 11:30 am Monday – Friday.  Map     
Enter main front door

 

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Meals on Wheels

The Meals on Wheels program provides a hot, nutritious meal to homebound seniors who are no longer able to prepare their own meals. In addition to bringing meals, our drivers check on the well-being of our participants.

The requirements to qualify for the Meals on Wheels program are as follows:

  • Must be homebound
  • Must be 60 years or older
  • Has difficulty preparing meals
  • Must be unable to attend Senior Lunch program or Dining Center
  • Has no one willing or able to cook for him/her

Available five days a week, you can look forward to seeing one of our dedicated volunteer drivers bring a meal and a smile right to your door.

 

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Volunteering

Would you like to volunteer for the nutrition program - Meals on Wheels?  Download the Application Here or give us a call and one will be mailed to you.  Call 262-833-8766, or email: RCNutrition@racinecounty.com.  See the Volunteer page to see all the opportunities available

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Information & Resources

Guide to Sucessful Overall Heath and Nutrition Booklet

Choose My Plate - https://www.choosemyplate.gov/

 

Eat Well Care Well Newsletter (Although no longer published, this archive includes interesting information and healthy recipes that can apply to what's on your plate.)

May 2018 - Healthy Vision

April 2018 - Eat to Promote Wound Healing

March 2018 – Finger Foods  

February 2018 - Protein Tips

January 2018 – Healthy Snacking -Popcorn   

 

2017

December 2017 – Quick Holiday Recipes   

November 2017 - Mindful Eating

October 2017 - Roasted Veggies

September 2017  - Increase Fiber

August 2017 - Finger Foods

July 2017 - Healthy Salad

June 2017  High Protein High Calorie

May 2017   Using Convenience Foods

April 2017     Quick and Easy Meals

March 2017   High Protein Breakfast under 10 Minutes

February 2017    Nutrient Dense Snacking

January 2017      High Protein Meals in 1 Pot