Disability + Aging Services Groceries + Meals
The Department of Disability and Aging Services (DAS) and our community partners offer free food programs to older adults, veterans, people with disabilities.
This program delivers nutritious meals to individuals who are homebound and unable to shop for or prepare their own meals. These meals are prepared and delivered by community-based organizations in our non-profit network.
To apply, call DAS at (415) 355-6700.
Congregate nutrition programs provide healthy meals at community centers across the City. Note: Due to COVID, many nutrition partners may be offering meals to-go instead of, or in addition to, a communal dining option. We encourage you to call meal sites ahead of time to confirm the meal service options and schedule.
This program delivers food pantry groceries each week to low income older adults and adults with disabilities who have difficulty transporting groceries home due to limited mobility. The supplemental groceries are delivered for free by the SF-Marin Food Bank or one of their partner organizations.
Grocery bags for pick up
Our partnership with the SF-Marin Food Bank provides fresh produce and other nutritious ingredients at dozens of free food pantries across the City.
Choosing Healthy Appetizing Meal Plan Solutions for Seniors (CHAMPSS) offers adults who are 60 years of age and older the opportunity to eat a healthy meal at designated restaurants. Our current restaurant partners are S & E Cafe, Phosure, and Henry's Hunan. There is a suggested contribution of $4.00 per meal.