Senior Meals

The purpose of the Walworth County Nutrition Program for Older Adults is to reduce food insecurity, to promote socialization and to promote health and well-being. Good nutrition later in life can help lessen the effects of diseases prevalent among older adults, improve quality of life and sense of well-being, and minimize the risk of getting some diseases. The Walworth County Nutrition Program for Older Adults provides two options: congregate meals (senior dining sites) and home delivered meals. For more information or to register for either program please call (262)741-3333.

  1. Senior Dining Sites
  2. Home Delivered Meals

Have you been eating alone?  Finding it difficult to prepare a meal? Join us for lunch at one of our Senior Dining sites.

Participant Eligibility

Meals are available to:

  • Any person with a disability who resides at home with an eligible senior also eating at the dining site
  • Anyone 60 years or older
  • Their spouse/partner regardless of age

Dietitian Approved Meals

Each menu has been approved by a registered dietitian and provides between ⅓ to ½ of the recommended daily nutritional allowance. 


A suggested donation of $3 is asked for each meal. No eligible person will be denied a meal because of inability to make a donation. Funding for the Senior Meal Program is provided by Title III (Older Americans Act), local funds and participant donations.


Reservations are required and must be made by 11:30am of the prior business day. To make a reservation, please call 262-741-3333.


There are five dining sites in four communities in Walworth County. Lunch is served Monday through Friday at 11:30 a.m.

June 2023
  1. Nutrition Counseling
  2. Poor Eating Habits

Individuals age 60 years or older have an opportunity to receive nutrition counseling in areas served by the Senior Nutrition Program in Walworth County. Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Chetney Blaszczyk meets with adults in home, or at the Walworth County Health and Human services building to provide consultations on a donation basis. No eligible person will be denied nutrition counseling services because of inability to make a donation. Common topics include (but are not limited to): diabetes management, appetite loss, unplanned weight loss, heart healthy diet, bowel health and basic older adult nutrition. To make an appointment, please call 262-741-3309.