Home Delivered Meals
Home delivered meals (formerly Meals on Wheels) are available to homebound individuals 60 years and older who are unable to prepare their own meals due to health reasons. There is no income limit for the first 30 days.
For more information, please contact the Southwest Pennsylvania Area Agency on Aging- Greene County Office at (724) 852-1510 or visit their website.
Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)
The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) is a federally funded nutrition program for senior citizens which provides a monthly box of nutritious USDA foods like canned meat, vegetables and fruit; peanut butter, juice, cereal and rice or pasta, plus the familiar two pound block of American Cheese.
Also known as the Senior Box Program, CSFP works to improve the health of elderly people at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA foods. Every five years the USDA evaluates and updates the dietary guidelines for the Senior Boxes while focusing on balancing calories and weight reduction. One focus area is the reduction of sodium. The USDA is working to reduce the amount of sodium in USDA Foods to 1500 mg per day or less for adults age 51 and over. Other changes include moving to extra light syrup for canned fruit, and applesauce that contains no added sugar. The USDA cheese is reduced fat and will contain less sodium as well. Participants will begin to see vegetables with no added sodium and evaporated milk will be replaced by 1% UHT milk, which is the ultra-pasteurized, packaged shelf stable milk.
Eligability for CSFP (2014 Guidelines)
Seniors at least 60 years of age are eligible if they meet the following income guidelines for total household income:
- Individuals: $15,171 annually, $1,265 monthly
- 2 Member Household: $20,449 annually, $1,705 monthly
- 3 Member Household: $25,727 annually, $2,144 monthly
To register for a CSFP Senior Box, Contact the Corner Cupboard at (724) 627-9784.
Senior Center Lunches
The following Greene County Senior Centers provide lunch time meals to individuals 60 years and older.
St.Ignatius Social Hall, Bobtown, PA
Carmichaels Senior Center
100 Nemacolin Road, Carmichaels, PA
Jefferson Senior Community Center
192 Washington Street, Jefferson, PA
Mt. Morris Senior Center
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
303 Mt.Morris Road, Mt.Morris, PA
Waynesburg Community Center
1505 Morris Street, Waynesburg, PA
West Greene Satellite Center
106 Grange Road, Harvey’s Grange, Graysville, PA
Transportation is a concern for many Seniors living in Greene County. Greene County Transportation Services may be able to help you receive transportation to and from locations such as Produce to People Distributions, Senior Centers, or your Food Pantry.
Adults aged 65 and older are eligible for the Older Adults Program for transportation. They will pay 15% of the full fare for trips, excluding trips to Senior Centers. The amount of the fare will vary depending on the number of miles traveled. Trips to Senior Centers are free for registered seniors.
To register for this transportation program, contact Greene County Transportation Services at (724) 627-6778, or visit their website.
You MUST be registered BEFORE you can schedule a ride with Greene County Transportation Services.
Click here for a printable version of their eligibility requirements and instructions.