Meals on Wheels
Wilder’s Meals on Wheels is available Monday to Friday for adults ages 50+ and adults with limited mobility who are unable to access or prepare food. In partnership with Metro Meals on Wheels, we provide affordable, nutritious hot or frozen meals on weekdays to adults, older adults and seniors living in Midway, Frogtown and the surrounding neighborhoods of Saint Paul. Caring Wilder volunteers help pack and deliver locally-made meals and smiles every weekday and serve as a lifeline for many people who live alone, have difficulty cooking and preparing meals, or are home due to health conditions, disabilities or limited mobility.
- Healthy meals are also available for purchase and pick up at Wilder's Healthy Aging & Caregiving Services new location, 941 Lafond Ave., Saint Paul, MN 55104.
- Call 612-623-3363 to sign up with Metro Meals on Wheels and get more information how to apply.
About the Meals on Wheels Program
With Meals on Wheels, you get more than nutritious foods. We offer:
- Affordable, made-from-scratch, healthy meals delivered Monday through Friday.
- Regular visits with friendly delivery volunteers.
- 30+ varieties including diabetic friendly and heart healthy meals, with menus reviewed by a dietitian.
- Accommodations for special diets, including renal, gluten-free, mechanical soft, puree, vegetarian and kosher.
- Busy schedule? We offer weekly delivery of the same great meals that can be reheated at your convenience.
- Meals prepared fresh by Meals on Wheels Kitchen of Opportunities.
A dietician at the Veterans Affairs medical center recommended Meals on Wheels as a potential solution for Vietnam War Veteran Roosevelt Jackson’s health and dietary needs.
Roosevelt's wife, Maribeth, was pleasantly surprised to learn that Meals on Wheels offers versions of its made-from-scratch, healthy meals specifically for people with diabetes and other health needs. Even better, the meals were affordable – and volunteers delivered the food to the Jacksons’ Saint Paul home.
Read why diabetes-friendly Meals on Wheels deliveries were ‘just a wonderful experience’ for this couple in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
The food was good, and it was what he needed.
How to Apply for Meals on Wheels
We accept private pay and waiver programs. Private Pay prices are based on a sliding fee scale, starting at $5.80. Once monthly payment is received, meal delivery can begin. To inquire about waiver eligibility through a MnCHOICES assessment in Ramsey County, clients and family members can call the Ramsey County Intake Line at 651-266-3613 or email them RCMnCHOICES.Intake@ramseycounty.us
Option 1: Sign up directly with Meals on Wheels
Looking to get meal delivery started for yourself, a family members or client? In partnership with Metro Meals on Wheels, our program is open to adults, seniors and people with health conditions or disabilities who live in the Midway, Frogtown and surrounding neighborhoods of Saint Paul, along I-94 between Snelling Avenue and Downtown. Call 612-623-3363 or sign up directly through their website.
Option 2: Pick up or get healthy meals through Wilder
Healthy meals can also be purchased and picked up at Wilder's Healthy Aging & Caregiving Services or delivered to you by our friendly volunteers (through our Metro Meals on Wheels partners). Interested in finding out more about meals, how you can purchase and pickup or have questions about delivery? Click "Request More Info" below to fill out the form and our staff will be in touch. You can also call us at 651-280-2500 or email us at email@example.com.
Volunteer with Wilder Meals on Wheels
By serving as a Meals on Wheels volunteer, you support the well-being and independence of your neighbors. It takes about an hour over lunch time to deliver meals to seniors and people with disabilities in Saint Paul. We encourage you to invite someone to join you. Delivering meals is a rewarding experience for friends, families and teams of employees!
From Meals on Wheels Volunteer to Customer, Ron Walcheski Has Come Full Circle
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