Nutrition Services & Meals On Wheels

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The Pioneer Center provides Nutrition Services to those 60 years of age and older and to disabled residents of any age referred by Medicaid. The price to seniors is on a donation basis. 


Monday through Friday,

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

​The suggested donation is $3.00 per meal for those 60 and over.

Monthly Menu can be found in current Newsletter.

The Nutrition program serves lunch to those wanting to come in and enjoy a dining room setting.  Our meals include a full balanced meal along with milk, coffee, also choice from a nice dessert and salad bar. 

Participating in our congregate dining room provides seniors with the opportunity to socialize and meet new friends, while enjoying a nice meal. Seniors and their family members or caregivers are invited to come in on a walk-in basis. We appreciate a courtesy two week notice for large groups.


Our home delivered meals can be provided to homebound seniors in Oregon City, West Linn, Beavercreek and Redland areas. 

For persons over the age of 60 or those under 60 referred by Medicaid,  Meals are provided five days per week (Monday-Friday) at the noon hour. Dietary options are available for diabetics and those needing low cholesterol and low no added sodium meals. Frozen meals are available for holidays and weekends as needed. A monthly menu is available in our bi-monthly newsletter. 

The Meals on Wheels program can connect you with other programs and services that are available in Clackamas County and through local organizations,services such as Senior Companions, FIDO(Animeals), Energy Assistance, and Holiday Food Boxes.

 For more information call 503-722-5979 (In-Office hours are 9am-1pm Monday - Friday).

FIDO (Friends Involved in Dog Outreach)  

Available to seniors on Meals on Wheels,  who need assistance feeding their pets. Animeals (kibbles & bits) are delivered to Meals on Wheels clients every other Monday. 

Pet companions are important to our seniors and sometimes feeding them can be a hardship.

Healthy pets make happy Meals on Wheels clients.

We gladly accept donations of Dog and Cat Food at the Pioneer Center all donations go to Clackamas County Animals.

For more information contact The Meals on Wheels Coordinator, 

Shirley Ryan at or 503-722-5979

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