There are a number of other resources in addition to Meals on Wheels that help seniors and people with disabilities live independently at home.

  • Store to Door – A grocery and delivery service for homebound seniors in the Twin Cities metro area:
  • Little Brothers, Friends of the Elderly – An organization dedicated to reducing isolation and loneliness while promoting well-being and independence among older adults in the Twin Cities Metro Area:
  • Senior Link/Senior Linkage Line – Provides access to statewide community resources for seniors, their families, and caregivers: or 1-800-333-2433
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) – The SNAP program in Minnesota is a county-run federal nutrition program that helps people get the foods they need to maintain a healthy diet: SNAP Minnesota website
  • Living at Home Network – For more than 30 years, non-profit, community-owned Living at Home/Block Nurse Programs have helped seniors stay healthy, safe and independent while living in their own homes:
  • Metropolitan Center for Independent Living – Provides people with disabilities with resources for independent living:  
Barb with her mother who receives Meals on Wheels

"Meals on Wheels makes us feel better. It's peace of mind for us. We think of it as another set of eyes."

Barb, cargiver for her mother Elaine, who receives Meals on Wheels