Senior Nutrition Services

Senior dining provides nutritious, well-balanced meals; promotes better health; and reduces isolation through opportunities for socialization.

Senior Dining Sites are in five communities throughout Price County and home delivered meals are also available in other communities. Each site offers meals four days per week.

While each site is unique, all senior dining sites occasionally offer a variety of activities to foster friendship, fellowship and just plain fun.

Senior dining is available to individuals age 60 or older and their spouse, regardless of the spouse’s age; disabled individuals of any age who reside at home with and accompany an older individual to the site

Home delivered meals are an option for individuals age 60 or older who are frail and essentially homebound, certified by a doctor, nurse or social worker. The caregiver of a homebound person may also qualify.

Effective 1/1/2022, a $4.50 contribution is suggested for each meal served at the site and $5.00 contribution is suggested for each home delivered meal. However, you are encouraged to contribute more if you can. No eligible person will be denied a meal if unable to donate. Call the Price County Senior Services Manager at 715-339-2158 if you are concerned about your ability to donate.

To join a site simply call the site manager phone number listed above at least 24 hours in advance. The site manager will help you register. For home delivered meals, contact Price County Senior Services Manager at 715-339-2158.

For more information view the Price County Senior Dining Services Brochure

Choose My Plate provides practical information to individuals, health professionals, nutrition educators, and the food industry to help consumers build healthier diets with resources and tools for dietary assessment, nutrition education, and other user-friendly nutrition information.
  • On-line Cookbooks, Recipes and Menus
  • Tips Sheets on variety of healthy eating options

Eat Right  is specific for seniors from The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.