Food and Nutrition Services
Help Feed Hungry Seniors
Homage serves the needs of older adults and people with disabilities throughout Snohomish County. Through our Meals on Wheels (MOW) and Community Table Dining programs, we served 429,850 meals in 2022. This figure represents a 47% increase since 2019, and the number of those in need continues to grow.
Meals on Wheels offers nutritious meals for homebound older adults and people with disabilities. The delicious frozen meals are easy to heat and are delivered directly to your home each week by caring and compassionate staff and volunteers.
Delicious, hearty meals are dished up throughout Snohomish County for older adults who are 60+. In addition to enjoying a nutritious meal, participants get together with friends, take part in lively and interesting activities, and receive help finding needed services.
The Washington State Basic Food Program is often referred to as “food stamps” or “SNAP.” The goal of this program is to reduce hunger and malnutrition by providing people with financial help to buy groceries.
You are not alone! At this time, 11 percent of Washington residents participate in the Basic Food Program.
Basic food benefits can be used at any grocery store, convenience store, or farmer’s market that accepts EBT.
The easiest way to apply for food assistance is to contact Snohomish County Aging Disability Resource Network at 425.513.1900 or 800.422.2024. You can also email your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org <link email> and we will contact you.