The Meals on Wheels Association of America is the oldest and largest membership organization supporting the national network of more than 5,000 Senior Nutrition Programs that operate in all 50 states and U.S. territories. The tireless work of these programs – supported by a dedicated army of 2 million volunteers – delivers a nutritious meal, a warm smile, and a safety check that helps keep 2.5 million seniors healthy, safe, and living independently in their own homes each year.
Meals on Wheels (MOW), funded by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), Molina Healthcare, Texas Department of Agricultural, United Way, and Private Insurance Providers, provides hot, home-delivered meals to age-appropriate individuals who meet the requirements of the programs for services. Individuals with limited mobility due to illness or a disability may also qualify for the program. This program enables individuals to live independently as long as possible, relieving them from isolation and loneliness and providing nutritious meals. Over 100 households in Navarro County have benefited from receiving hot-delivered meals daily.
Service Area: Navarro County
- Must be a resident of Navarro County
- Must have Medicaid or Private Insurance
- Must be Primarily Homebound