Project Open Hand’s Wellness Programs focus on serving people who are sick, who need nutritious food to support their medical treatment. We believe that our nutritious food is medicine. For people living with critical illness, good nutrition can help them stay stronger and lead healthier lives.
- Meals: We provide nutritious meals to people living with critical illness. Meals are available for pick up. For clients who are homebound, we offer home-delivered meals.
- Groceries: For clients and caregivers who are able to prepare meals, we offer healthy groceries that can be picked up once a week.
- Nutrition counseling and education: All clients receive a nutrition and wellness assessment from our Registered Dietitians when starting service. Our dietitians are also available for regular check-ins and advice. (Coming soon! – our Calendar of upcoming nutrition workshops.)
Click to visit our “How to Apply” page and find out more about whether you or a loved one is eligible for services.
Coming soon - Visit our “Community Resources” page for information about food and nutrition services from other local agencies.