Helping America's most vulnerable™

Senior Nutrition

Dignity from good nutrition

Senior Nutrition offers a full, nutritionally balanced, sit-down style lunch with varied menu options, to people age 60 and up. These lunches are served hot, Monday through Friday, unless otherwise indicated, at 25 locations in Hennepin and Anoka counties. Ethnic specialty menu options are available at some locations. Diners are asked to contribute $4.00 per lunch, however they may contribute what they can afford. No one is ever denied a meal because of inability to pay.

Somali meal being served

Location

Office: 7625 Metro Blvd. Edina, MN 55439
Service: 25 community locations in Hennepin and Anoka counties

Hours

Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.– 4:30 p.m., except holidays

Participants

Seniors, age 60 or older

Fees

$4 per lunch, or pay what you can

Anoka County dining locations

  • Anoka Senior Center

    (763) 427-6646, open T-F

    1500 6th Ave. S., Anoka

  • Mary Ann Young Senior Center

    (763) 780-4318

    9150 Central Ave. NE, Blaine

  • Coon Rapids Senior Center

    (763) 767-6561, open M-Th

    11155 Robinson Dr., Coon Rapids

  • Fridley Community Center

    (763) 502-5199

    6085 7th St. NE, Fridley

  • Parkview Villa Highrise

    (612) 289-2439

    965 40th Ave. NE, Columbia Heights

N & NE Minneapolis dining locations

  • Holland Highrise

    call Eastside Neighborhood Services for more information

    1717 Washington St. NE, Minneapolis

  • Eastside Neighborhood Services

    (612) 787-4093

    1700 2nd St. NE, Minneapolis

  • Lao Advancement of America

    (612) 302-9154

    2648 W. Broadway, Minneapolis 55423 (Laotian meals on Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

  • Seniors Place

    (612) 789-3904

    1801 Central Ave. NE, Minneapolis

South Minneapolis dining locations

  • Charles Horn Terrace

    (612) 822-1367

    3110 Blaisdell Ave. S., Minneapolis (includes Somali meals on Monday and Tuesday)

  • Franklin Highrise

    (612) 269-8462, open M, W, F

    2728 Franklin Ave. E., Minneapolis

  • Southwest Center

    (612) 824-5512

    3614 Bryant Ave. S., Minneapolis

  • Trinity Apartments

    (612) 721-4535

    2800 East 31st St., Minneapolis

Central Minneapolis dining locations

  • Nicollet Towers

    (612) 871-6791

    1350 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis

  • Park Elder Center

    (612) 339-8629

    1505 Park Ave. S., Minneapolis (includes Hmong dining on Wed)

  • Hiawatha Towers

    (952) 945-4156, open M-Th, meal at 11:45am

    2019 16th Ave. S., Minneapolis (Somali dining only)

  • Ebenezer Park Apartments

    (612) 879-2290

    2700 Park Ave., Minneapolis

  • Cedar-Riverside Highrise

    (952) 945-4156

    630 Cedar Ave. S., Minneapolis (Somali dining M-Th, traditional frozen meals also available)

  • Hamilton Manor

    (612) 521-2735

    1314 44th Ave., Minneapolis

Hennepin County suburbs dining locations

  • Crystal Community Center

    (763) 531-1183

    4800 Douglas Dr. N., Crystal

  • Yorktown Continental Apts

    (952) 893-1448

    7151 York Ave. S., Edina

  • Jewish Community Center

    (952) 381-3466

    4330 Cedar Lake Rd., Saint Louis Park (Kosher dining W, Th, F)

  • Richfield Community Center

    (612) 869-6662

    7000 Nicollet Ave. S., Richfield

  • North Park Plaza

    (763) 531-8364

    8201 45th Ave. N., New Hope

  • Centro

    (612) 874-1412

    1915 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis (Latino dining every T, W)

Hot Home-Delivered Meals

  • Description:

    Home-delivered meals are offered to more fragile individuals who need hot meals delivered to their door. Many of these meals are delivered directly from our dining sites and others are delivered through community-based programs such as CEAP, CES, Trust, North Mpls MOW, Northeast Dinnerbell, and JFCS.

Volunteers of America of Minnesota Senior Nutrition serves all seniors regardless of race, color, sex, disability, national origin, creed or religion. The service is funded through a grant with the Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging, Inc., as part of the Older Americans Act Program, and participant contributions. Upon request this information will be made available in an alternate format, such as Braille, large print or audio tape. For TDD, contact Minnesota Relay Service at 1-800-627-3529.

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For more information, or to inquire about waivered home-delievered meals, contact Nancy Christianson — Program Director
Phone: 952-945-4156
nchristianson@voamn.org