Meals served Monday - Friday, 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. at the Johnson County Community Action Outreach/Senior Center. Enjoy a nutritious and tasty "made from scratch" noon meal for the suggested donation of $5 for individuals age 60 and above and $6 for individuals 59 and under.
Meeting friends for breakfast, coffee or lunch...
always a reason to visit the center!
|Johnson County Outreach, Tecumseh|
|Contact Head Cook Loretta at 335-2134 by 10:00 am the day you would like to eat|
Meals on Wheels
If interested in the "Meals on Wheels" program, please call the participating Outreach Office in your area to receive further information or to sign-up for the program. Costs are a suggested donation of $5 for individuals 60 and above and $6 for individuals 59 and under.
Packing up Meals on Wheels
Community Volunteers Deliver Meals on Wheels
Monday - Friday in Tecumseh, Pawnee City and Humboldt
The meal program is designed to provide a nutritious, affordable meal to the area senior citizens. Meals on Wheels are home delivered by community volunteers to those individuals who are unable to take advantage of the social setting that congregate meals have to offer. SENCA currently operates a Congregate and Meals on Wheels Programs in Tecumseh at the Johnson County Community Action Center. SENCA partners with Colonial Acres to provide Meals on Wheels for Humboldt residents and the Pawnee County Hospital to provide meals to Pawnee City residents.
SENCA partners with Blue Rivers Area Agency on Aging (BRAAA) to provide each of the low-cost Congregate Meal and Meals on Wheels programs. Both programs produce valuable benefits, helping seniors stay in their homes longer while providing families with the comfort of knowing their loved one is receiving an affordable, nutritious meal each day.
Since the beginning of the meal program in 1970, SENCA has served more than 500,000 Congregate meals and 600,000 Meals on Wheels in the six county service area. Meal programs have been initiated and developed in other locations throughout the years with responsibility for operations being assumed by other groups within those communities.
The meal programs target the homebound and/or seniors 60 years of age or older, although a guest of any age is always welcome. There are no specific income guidelines since meal costs are suggested donations. Individuals with a financial barrier to making those donations will be assisted in becoming certified through the Department of Health and Human Services for the Title XX Meal Provision Program.
Johnson County Community Center
172 S 4th St.
Loretta Pope, Cook
For additional information please contact:
SENCA Central Office
802 Fourth Street
402-862-2411 ext 108
Pam Armknecht Community Services Director
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Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by:
(1) mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
1400 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20250-9410;
(2) fax: (202) 690-7442; or
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.