Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels, a program of Community Health Services at Michigan Medicine, seeks to reduce hunger and food insecurity in a culturally responsive manner for the homebound in Ann Arbor area who are unable to shop and prepare complete, nutritious meals for themselves because of their health.
Due to COVID-19, meals are currently being delivered Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays to clients. Individuals can choose between a hot meal, sack lunch, or both. Ensure is also available to those who are at nutritional risk.
To learn more about Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels, as well as to make a gift to support our services, visit our About Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels page.
Referrals to Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels for eligible individuals can be made by those seeking services as well as their loved ones, caregivers, social workers, and medical providers. To learn about how to make a referral and eligibility to receive services from AAMOW, visit the Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels Services page.
Volunteers serve a critical role in helping us serve our homebound neighbors by conducting socially-distanced wellness checks and delivering meals, needed household items and toiletries, as well as cards and activity books to brighten the days of our clients. To learn more, visit the Volunteer with Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels page.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: Off-site (voicemail monitored 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.)
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday: In-office (8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.)