Senior Centers/Meals on Wheels

Senior centers & Food Resources

Senior centers are places where older adults can gather and make new friends. While programs vary by center, most provide meals and offer outreach programs, health screenings and counseling, and a variety of educational, fitness and volunteer programs. They may also provide comprehensive information and referral services. Most senior centers have regular operating hours and are often the community’s focal point for older adult services. There is no charge for Area Agency on Aging center meals or services, but
participants are given the opportunity to make a voluntary contribution to help support the services. For meal reservations or other information, call your nearest senior center.

Meal On Wheels of Greater St. Louis (MOW)
P.O. Box 11552, St. Louis, MO 63105 314-268-1523

An all-volunteer meal delivery service for elderly, homebound or convalescent people who cannot shop for or prepare their own meals. The meals are planned and prepared by professionals, usually at hospitals or nursing homes. Monetary support for MOW comes from churches, individuals, foundations and grants that provide funds to pay for meals to recipients who cannot pay the full meal cost. Unlike
the federal government home delivered meal pro- gram, MOW uses no state or federal funding and is conducted entirely by volunteers. 9:00am – 1:00pm

Bridgeton 314-739-5599
Serves parts of 63043, 63044,
Bridgeton, Maryland Heights, $2.50

Normandy 314-382-4045
Serves parts of 63114, 63121, 63133, 63134, Normandy
School District, 9:00am – 10:30am, $3.25

Ritenour 314-493-6069

Serves parts of 63074, 63114, Ritenour School District,
Natural Bridge to Page, Hwy 170 to Ashby, 9:30am
– 11:30am, $3.00

North County 314-953-6800
Serves parts of 63031, 63033, 63042, 63134, 63135,
63136, 63137, 63138, Bellefontaine, Berkeley, Black
Jack, Dellwood, Florissant, Ferguson, Glasgow, Ha-
zelwood, Jennings, Moline, Riverview, Spanish Lake,
10:30am – 1:00pm, $3.25
Serves parts of 63123, 63126, 63128, 63129, Gravois
to Mississippi River, Lindbergh to Meramec River.
9:00am – 11:00 am, $3.50

14535 Manchester Rd., Manchester, MO 63011 • Phone: 636-207-0847 • Fax: 636-207-1329
E-mail: • Web site:

MEAAA Home Delivered Meals/”Meals on Wheels” brings nutritionally balanced meals to homebound people age 60 and older in St. Charles, Franklin, Jefferson and St. Louis Counties. Menus are planned by a registered dietician. Each meal provides 1/3 of the recommended daily allowance for an older adult. Meals are appropriate for diabetics and those with heart disease. MEAAA can schedule 2nd meals for those who are at high nutritional risk. A staff member will visit the person requesting the meals to determine eligibility. Although there is no charge for the meals, persons who receive this service may make voluntary contributions to help support the program. To apply, call the center nearest you. If you have any questions about which center serves your area, call 1-800-AGE-6060.

Northside Senior Center
9635 Lewis and Clark, St. Louis, MO 63136
Serves 63135, 63136, 63137, 63138

Pope John Paul II Senior Center
6325 Waterways, Florissant, MO 63033
Serves 63031, 63033, 63034