Feeding Hungry Seniors and
Keeping Them in Their Homes
Meals on Wheels helps older adults and persons with disabilities in Eastern Iowa meet their daily nutritional needs by delivering hot, fresh, ready-to-eat meals in addition to frozen meals and breakfast bags.
Our clients can receive meals for a short duration while they’re recovering from a hospital stay, as respite care for their family who usually provides meals for them, or on an ongoing basis each weekday.
For home-bound seniors and their family members, the daily meal provides a sense of security knowing someone will be stopping in to check on them Monday through Friday. Contact our Meals on Wheels Department at (319) 398-3574 for questions or assistance.
Horizons, A Family Service Alliance is an equal opportunity provider.
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Congregate Dining Sites
Congregate meals are available to any adult 60 or older, their spouse regardless of age and their child with disabilities (who lives with and attends with an eligible parent). In addition to meals, the congregate sites provide the opportunity to socialize with others, participate in activities such as BINGO, card games, or knitting, and hear presentations on topics such as heart disease, strokes and more.
The following congregate dining sites serve lunch Monday through Friday:
Horizons Brownstone Lunch Club
819 5th St. SE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52406
SE Linn Community Center
108 South Washington Street
Lisbon, IA 52253
Iowa City Senior Center
28 S Linn Street
Iowa City, IA 52240
We rely on the generous support of people like you to help us serve our clients who are often the most frail and isolated in our community. These meals help people stay independent, healthier, and in their own homes.
The need continues to grow but yet the funding for this program stays flat. Your monetary contributions (even made on behalf of someone else or in memory of someone) help us to meet the needs of home bound seniors.
Horizons is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, and donations made to us are generally tax deductible. Always seek the advice of a tax professional when determining whether your contributions qualify for deduction.
Cedar Rapids Downtown Farmers Market SNAP Benefits
Presented by GreenState Credit Union
More low-income Iowans have increased access to locally grown farm fresh food at selected farmers markets due to the efforts of the Iowa Department of Human Services’ Wireless EBT Project. Take your EBT card to the Cedar Rapids Downtown Farmers Market to easily purchase the freshest food that Iowa farmers have to offer!
To find out how to qualify for SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) visit the Iowa Department of Human Services page here.
Meals on Wheels of Johnson County,
A Program of Horizons
To respond to the growing needs of seniors in the Corridor, we’re pleased to announce that Horizons, A Family Service Alliance and Elder Services Inc. (ESI) officially merged on July 1, 2019 to create Meals on Wheels of Johnson County.
Both agencies have been serving senior clients through programs that maintain their health and wellness, including Meals on Wheels and congregate meal dining sites in Johnson, Linn, and Washington counties. These programs work towards ending senior hunger and isolation and keeping people in their homes.
Other services offered in Johnson County include: Financial Counseling, Caregiver Counseling, and Information and Referral Services.
Call (319) 338-0515 to sign up for Meals on Wheels for you or a family member living in Johnson County or if you would like to be a volunteer delivery person for the program.
Johnson County Office Location: 2210 9th St Suite 1, Coralville, IA 52241
Phone: (319) 338-0515 Fax: (319) 338-0531