Kari Dombrowski Ph: 262-284-8120 Toll Free: 866-537-4261
The purpose of the Nutrition Programs in Ozaukee County is to reduce food insecurity, to promote socialization of older adults and to promote health and well-being. Individuals 60 years and better are encouraged to participate. The Nutrition Programs are funded by Federal Older Americans dollars, state grants, local tax levy, and participants donations.
Ozaukee County has 7 senior dining sites located throughout the county. Home delivered meals are available to home bound seniors. The Ozaukee County Nutrition Program appreciates the help of local volunteers. The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County meets regularly to discuss issues related to the Nutrition Program, capture feedback from consumers, and be part of planning for the future. Nutrition education and emergency planning information is provided to individuals who participate in the programs.
If you don't come - you will never know what you are missing!
Grab n Go meals
(Click Here for Current Month's Flyer) for anyone 60 years of age or older.
Drive through at the Grafton Senior Center for a hot Grab n Go Meal.
Thursdays, between 11:15am- 12:15pm. You must make your reservation the Tuesday before, by noon. Reservations can be made by calling 262-284-8120 or your Dining Center.
Stay in your car, we will come to your window and place the food in your backseat.
If you have dined at the dining centers in 2020, we have you registered. If not, a simple registration form will need to be filled out when you arrive.
We will send out to you a suggested donation statement the following month, we do not want to handle any money at this time. Suggested donation: $4.00
Meals are coming from the Prime Minister Restaurant in Thiensville.
Contact the ADRC for more information on the Home Delivered Program during the Safer at Home Guideline.