ADRC of Racine County, Wisconsin


Senior Nutrition Program



Racine County offers a nutrition program to anyone 60 years or older, and their spouse of any age. Nutritious meals create an opportunity to build a relationship and strengthen bonds with each individual. Regular meals, whether in the comfort of the home or at a community dining site, provides tailored nutrition, social connection, safety and more. Call us at: 262-833-8766 or toll free at: 866-219-1043, or email




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Senior Dining Sites 

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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:

Mount Pleasant Place 

5820 Lincoln Village Drive –
Serving at 11:30 am  Monday, Wednesday & 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 through Friday   Map     
Enter side bottom door by parking lot. Go down stairs.
Burlington Senior Activity Center 
587 E State St,  Burlington –
Serving at noon Monday through Friday  Map
Entrance off parking lot. Rear of building.
Bruno's  Restaurant
730 Cornerstone Crossing, Waterford
Serving 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month
11:00 am- 12:30 pm

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Meals on Wheels  

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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 up to 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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Make A Difference

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

Want to see what it is like to volunteer for Meals on Wheels?  Check out these brief videos of local volunteers:

College Age Adult:

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Recently Retired:

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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Information & Resources

Guide to Sucessful Overall Heath and Nutrition Booklet

Choose My Plate -

FoodWise - UW Extension: