Hamline Midway Elders
Free or Low-Cost Meals - Living at Home Block Nurse
1514 Englewood Ave, Hamline Methodist Church, St. Paul, MN, 55104
Distance: 966 Miles
Program that provides a free or low cost meal to people in need
Monthly "second Tuesday" luncheons feature a presentation on a topic of interest to older adults along with a healthy meal prepared by a local chef.
The meal begins at 11:30am and is followed by the presentation at 12:15pm. During the 2019 renovation of Hamline Church, the temporary location will be St. Stephanus Lutheran Church, 739 Lafond Ave.
New attendees are always welcome at these second Tuesday monthly luncheons.
Older adults in/near the service area are invited to attend.
To sign up to attend, contact the agency
Free will donations are appreciated.
9:30am - 3:30pm, Monday - Friday
Provides service within specific service area.
Service area is bound by
* Dale St on the east
* University Avenue to the south
* Transfer Rd to the west
* Pierce Butler Route to the north.
Serving the neighborhoods of Midway, East Midway and West Frogtown.
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
Other Services or resources
- Caregiver Consultant
- Chore Services - Yard Work, Snow Removal, Handyman (Living at Home Block Nurse)
- Companionship - Living at Home Block Nurse
- Errand Running and Shopping - Living at Home Block Nurse
- Fitness Program - Living at Home Block Nurse
- Forms Assistance - Living at Home Block Nurse
- Information and Support - Living at Home Block Nurse
- Medical Equipment or Assistive Technology Loan Program - Living at Home Block Nurse
- Respite - Living at Home Block Nurse
- Telephone Reassurance - Living at Home Block Nurse
- Transportation - Living at Home Block Nurse
- Transportation (Waiver)
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BD-5000.1470Community Meals Definition
Programs that organizes suppers, lunches or other get-togethers that give community residents an opportunity to meet one another in a friendly and informal atmosphere while sharing a meal. Community meals are generally sponsored by churches, libraries and other local community organizations and coordinated by volunteers.