InterServ's Senior Meals Sites are places where seniors age 60 and over can come to eat a hot lunch, make new friends and socialize with people their own age.
In addition to a healthy lunch, there are many opportunities to socialize and enjoy activities with friends. There is something for everyone–Bible study, bingo, card games, exercise, quilting, movies and special parties. And, local home healthcare agencies present monthly health screenings and informational workshops to help seniors maintain good health in the later years of life.
Lunch is served at each Senior Meals Site Monday through Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Wesley Senior Towers Meals Site 1002 Francis Street Ph: 816-232-2839.
There is no charge for the meal, although a donation of $3.00 is appreciated and encouraged. Adults and guests age 60 and under are welcome to visit for lunch. The meal cost is $5.65. Modified diets are available for seniors with dietary restrictions.
Mobile Meals Program
InterServ's Mobile Meals program provides a home delivered noon meal Monday through Friday for those 60 and over who are confined to their residence because of disability or illness. Friendly volunteer drivers will deliver a well balanced, hot meal right to your door. Modified diet meals are available for those with dietary restrictions.
Mobile Meals are delivered each day at a cost of $5.85 per meal. Subsidized meals are available for those individuals who qualify.
We always need volunteer drivers! It only takes about an hour to deliver a route and you will be doing such a great service to those who depend on Mobile Meals for their daily nutritional needs. Volunteers are very important to the success of the Senior Nutrition programs, please consider becoming part of the team that delivers and serves over 100,000 meals a year to those in need.
For further information about Mobile Meals, subsidized meals, or volunteering as a driver please contact InterServ at 238-4511 ext. 234.
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PO Box 4038
St Joseph, Missouri 64504
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InterServ is a United Way Community Partner. Other Partners include: United Methodist Women, Inc. and the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church, The Heartland Presbytery (PCUSA); The Missouri Mid-South Conference of the United Church of Christ; St. Joseph Community Development; and the USDA - The USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider, MO General Revenue & DHSS/ Division of Senior & Disability Services through the Older Americans Act of 1965 and a contract with NWMO Area Agency on Aging, Inc.; and a contract with Second Harvest of Greater St. Joseph.