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Meals on Wheels Serving NE Oakland County

Delivering More than a Meal! 

OPC’s Meals on Wheels program is designed for seniors unable to shop and/or prepare meals. MOW allows a senior to age in place, encouraging independence for those who wish to remain in their home for as long as possible. OPC’s MOW Program is more than a meal. Volunteers provide a wellness check in addition to delivering a hot, nutritious meal to homebound seniors. There is no waiting list, and meals are received within 24 hours of request.

Monthly Menu

Meals are available:

  • 7 Days a Week (5 Hot & 2 Frozen) meals in: Rochester, Rochester Hills, Oakland Township, Auburn Hills, Independence Township, Orion and Oxford, Addison and Brandon

Eligibility and Service Options:

  • 60 years of age and older
  • Unable to grocery shop and/or prepare nutritious meals
  • No income requirements
  • Short term option available while recuperating or rehabilitating
  • If you’re not eligible for this program, a hot noon time meal is available Monday through Friday at Auburn Hills, Brandon, Lake Orion and OPC.

Information for our Meals on Wheels Volunteers:

Your commitment to OPC’s Meals on Wheels program is greatly appreciated.  Please click on the link below for helpful information.

To receive a meal:

  • Call 248-608-0264 between 8:00 am – 4:00 pm – Monday through Friday
  • A Nutrition Assessor will schedule a home visit to confirm eligibility

Donate a Meal

The OPC Meals on Wheels gratefully accepts monetary donations from individuals, companies, foundations and organizations to help provide nutritious meals to the homebound in NE Oakland County.  Each $5 donation provides a meal for a senior.  Please consider a tax deductible contribution to the OPC Meals on Wheels and become a Champion for Independence!

OPC is a 501(c)3 and donations are tax deductible.

Meals on Wheels - OPC
Home Delivered Meals Prepared, Served & Delivered in 2022

Frequently Asked Questions

To qualify for home-delivered meals, a person must be at least 60 years old. In addition, the individual must have a chronic physical or mental disability preventing them from shopping for food or preparing meals for themselves.

Call 248-608-0264 between 8:00 am – 4:00 pm – Monday through Friday. Our Nutrition Assessor will schedule a visit to your home within two weeks of your first meal to make sure you qualify for the program and to determine how we can best help you.

There is no waiting list. When you make the phone call to our Meals on Wheels staff, a meal will be delivered to you within 24 hours by one of our dedicated volunteers.

There are no financial requirements. Anyone 60 years and older, as long as he or she is deemed homebound, can receive Meals on Wheels.

You will receive by mail a monthly invoice listing the dates a meal was delivered to your home. A self-addressed, postage paid envelope is included to use to mail your check. The suggested donation is $3.50 per meal. We ask for a voluntary contribution from each client based on what he or she can afford to pay.

The Meals on Wheels program is for anyone who needs it at any time, whether he or she is temporarily or permanently homebound.

Meals on Wheels Member