Helping America's Most Vulnerable

Congregate Dining Centers

nutritious meals and community for seniors

Volunteer

Volunteers of America's Seniors’ Nutrition Program provides nutritious meals, access to community resources and positive social interaction at Congregate Dining Centers.

Service Areas

Adams, Arapahoe, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Gilpin, Jefferson and Larimer counties.

Each congregate meal consists of an entrée and the accompaniments such as vegetables, fruits, breads, milk, etc. that  provide at least one-third of the recommended daily nutrients for older adults. The meals are low in fat, cholesterol and sodium, and provide the nutrition older adults need without the additional calories.  

Eligibility

Anyone 60 years of age or older is eligible to participate in the program. In specific circumstances, other individuals qualify for services. To find out if you, or someone you know, is eligible for congregate nutrition services please contact:             

Contact 

Denver Metro Counties, Gilpin and Clear Creek Mountain Services: 303.297.0408
Larimer County Services: 970.472.9630

Contribution Requested

There is no charge for any of the services provided, however, a $2.50 donation is suggested per meal. No one is denied service because of an inability to make a contribution.

  • 205,205

    people received Volunteers of America services in Colorado last year