Homebound Seniors Needing Food

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Meals on Wheels People dining centers are not serving meals in the dining rooms, but providing take-home meals to people in Multnomah, Washington and Clark counties beginning Friday, March 13. They are also continuing their home-delivery service, dropping food off at a client's door. To confirm service in your area, they have set up a COVID-19 hotline at 503-953-8158.

PDX Concierge is a volunteer run grocery delivery service for seniors, immunocompromised individuals and first responders.  Service is available in the Eugene area, Portland Metro, Roseburg, Bend and Salem.  You must pay for your groceries, but delivery is free.  To learn more, please visit PDX Concierge

In the Portland and Gresham areas, the Sunshine Division can provide delivered emergency food boxes.  Please visit https://sunshinedivision.org/get-help/ or call the non emergency police line at 503-823-3333.

If you need assistance finding additional food resources for homebound seniors, the Aging and Disability Resource Connection of Oregon has information on statewide senior meal access and delivery.