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Posted on: May 5, 2020

Senior Nutrition and Food Resources

ADR News Flash Update about senior nutrition

In response to COVID-19, Aging and Disability Resources has expanded our nutrition programs. If you’re a Pierce County resident over the age of 60 and need help accessing food due to limited mobility, illness or COVID-19 safety concerns, we have a number of resources to help. We can support you with food shopping and delivery, finding the closest community center offering lunches to go, getting meals home-delivered and so much more. 

Contact the Aging and Disability Resource Center to get signed up and find the most up to date resources for older adults and people with disabilities. 


1-800-562-0332 (toll free) 

Business hours are 8AM-4PM. For more information, visit

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