Nutrition

Congregate Meal Sites

Benton County

Mid-Land Meals – Boswell Senior Center

108 E Main St

Boswell, IN 47921

765-869-4350

Mid-Land Meals – Fowler Senior Center

218 E 5th St

Fowler, IN 47944

765-884-0527

Mid-Land Meals – Oxford Federated Church

105 S 5th St

Oxford, IN 47971

765-385-2863

Carroll County

Carroll County Senior and Family Services

311 N Washington St

Delphi, IN 46923

765-564-2772

Mid-Land Meals – Burlington Apartments

1109 S Michigan Rd, SR 29

Burlington, IN 46915

765-566-2192

Mid-Land Meals – Flora Senior and Family Services

115 N Division St

Flora, IN 46929

574-967-3400

Clinton County

Friendship Garden Apartments

350 W Augsberg Ln

Mulberry, IN 46058

765-296-9355

Mid-Land Meals – Paul Phillippe Resource Center

401 W Walnut St

Frankfort, IN 46041

765-659-4060

 

Fountain County

Friendship Circle Center

1307 Pearl St

Covington, IN 47932

765-793-4871

Montgomery County

Mid-Land Meals – Crawfordsville Community Center

922 E South Blvd

Crawfordsville, IN 47933

765-364-5175

Tippecanoe County

Mid-Land Meals – Fairington Apartments

225 Fairington Ct

Lafayette, IN 47905

765-447-4115

Mid-Land Meals – Friendship House

1010 Cumberland Ave

West Lafayette, IN 47906

765-464-3701

Tippecanoe Senior Center

2000 Elmwood Ave

Lafayette, IN 47904

765-447-2311

Warren County

Mid-Land Meals – Williamsport- Attica Area Senior Center

308 Ross Ave

Williamsport, IN 47993

765-762-6779

White County

Mid-Land Meals – Monticello Senior Center

116 E Marion St

Monticello, IN 47960

574-583-9119

Soup for the Soul – Monticello United Methodist Church

200 S Main St

Monticello, IN 47960

574-583-5545

 

Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program

The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) provides low-income seniors with coupons that can be exchanged for eligible foods at farmers’ markets, roadside stands, and community supported agriculture (CSA) programs.  SFMNP checks can be used to buy a variety of fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables for your family.

Low-income seniors, generally defined as individuals who are at least 60 years old and who have household incomes of not more than 185% of the Federal poverty income guidelines are eligible to receive SFMNP benefits.

Can buy:

  • Frest Fruits
  • Fresh Vegetables
  • Cut Edible Herbs

Cannot buy:

  • Honey
  • Eggs
  • Nuts
  • Flowers
  • Baked Goods
  • Processed Foods
  • Plants
  • Meat/Fish
  • Dried Fruits (including raisins)
  • Jams
  • Jellies
  • Syrup
  • Juices
  • Cider
  • Cheese
  • Dried Beans
  • Miniature Pumpkins
  • Gourds

You can redeem your FMNP checks at authorized farmers’ markets and farm stands mid-June through mid-October.

To apply for SFMNP Vouchers, fill out our contact form or call 765-447-7683 to request an application.

 

Senior Meals and Nutrition

For any number of reasons from financial to physical limitations, many seniors and people with disabilities in Lafayette and throughout West Central Indiana face challenges to eating regular, healthy meals every day.

Area IV Agency, in collaboration with Meals on Wheels Greater Lafayette and Mid-Land Meals, offers appetizing, nutritionally balanced meals that are vital to sustaining health and quality of life.

Meals on Wheels Greater Lafayette and Mid-Land Meals delivers freshly prepared, frozen meals to seniors living in Tippecanoe County and the surrounding West Central Indiana counties, Monday through Friday. To receive these meals, individuals should be homebound and unable to prepare meals, have limited mobility or support systems, and be 60 years or older or the spouse of someone age 60 or older.

Still need help?

Fill out our contact form or call 765-447-7683 for assistance.

 

Contact Nutrition Services

 

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