Food and Friendship Program

Meals Made Fresh Daily

Meals Delivered to Your Door

Call (310) 394-5131 or Enroll Here
We serve people of all ages and all incomes

No matter why a person is homebound: poor health, accident, a recent hospital stay or disability, they often face the major difficulties of poor nutrition and isolation Meals On Wheels West helps reduce both by bringing Food & Friendship to homebound people. Every weekday our caring volunteers deliver a healthy nutritious lunch, a light dinner, a daily newspaper, fresh produce and information about community programs to our clients.

Our meals are nutritionally balanced and low sodium

Our clients receive meals certified by a Los Angeles County registered dietitian.  Meals On Wheels West meals can be prepared specifically for diabetic, kidney/renal patients, low potassium diets and additional special diet needs.

Following hospitalization or illness, proper nutrition, special diets and consistent healthy eating plays a critical role in healthy healing, wellbeing and independence.

Senior meals: Our regular home delivered hot, well balanced lunch is certified by Los Angeles County as low sodium. Limiting sodium in your diet helps prevent high blood pressure and enhances overall health.

Diabetic meals: A hot, well balanced lunch specifically created for diabetics helps maintain healthy weight and normal blood sugar levels.

Kidney/renal meals: Our nutritious renal meals limit the amount of phosphorus, potassium and sodium and may enhance kidney function.

Please consult your physician about your dietary needs. Nutrition needs vary from person to person depending on age, body size, activity, family history, and health conditions. Additionally Meals On Wheels West contacts our client’s primary physician prior to beginning meal delivery.

Our meals are low cost and you may qualify for a subsidy

Eligibility: Homebound residents who have difficulty in shopping and cooking areeligible. If you have any questions regarding eligibility, please give us a call. We offer short and long term meal delivery programs.


Getting Started – Enroll Here

1. Intake Form (PDF)
To start meal delivery we need you to complete and return to us your Intake Form or we can help you do that over the phone. Call (310) 394 – 5133 x 1
Some of the information you’ll provide includes:

  • Your address and phone number
  • Any special diet needs
  • Your doctor’s name and contact information
  • Two emergency contacts

2. 2. Optional: Santa Monica Senior Registry Form (PDF) (click here)
The Santa Monica Police Dept. offers a service to give peace of mind to our City’s senior citizens, their families and caregivers by creating a database of ID and contact information.

You can download the form here
For more information please visit the website of the Santa Monica Police Department.

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