Mobile Meals of Toledo is the best choice for your clients.
We work with caseworkers from regional health systems, the Area Office on Aging, and nonprofit organizations to offer their clients reliable home-delivered meals. Our in-person deliveries and phone callouts serve as regular checkups on your clients’ health and wellbeing, allowing them to remain in their own homes.
Our meals are prepared in our kitchen located inside Mercy College and delivered by dedicated volunteers and some paid drivers.
Delivery Frequency Options
- One meal per day available (dinner)
- Two meals per day available (lunch & dinner)
- Choose one or two deliveries per week
- Weekend meals are optional
- Holiday meals included with all plans
- Choice of dinner entrée with most diets
Have a question?
Here are some common questions that caseworkers ask.
Mobile Meals’ Capabilities
Does Mobile Meals offer special menus for specific diets?
Yes. We offer diabetic and renal diets. We also provide soft, mechanical soft, and puréed options. All of our menus are low in fat, cholesterol, and sodium. We currently do not offer gluten-free, vegetarian, keto, or vegan diet plans.
Can clients choose their meals?
Our clients can choose to receive one meal (dinner) or two meals (lunch and dinner) per day. Monday through Friday, our clients can enjoy the daily featured dinner entrée or choose to select any one of the three alternative meals for a total of four options. We offer dinner choices to daily clients on non-restrictive diets. The meals are delivered to clients once or twice a week. The two-meal plan may include bread and juice, and all meal plans include milk, fruit, and snack (cereal). Weekend meals, all lunches, and special menus are chef’s choice.
Are the meals delivered hot?
No. Lunch entrées mainly consist of freshly made sandwiches and salads that are ready to eat. Dinner entrées are fully cooked, but they require reheating in a microwave or conventional oven.
What is your meal-delivery area?
Mobile Meals of Toledo serves Lucas County, Fulton County, Monroe County, Ottawa County, and Northern Wood County.
After signing up, how soon can clients begin receiving meals?
Daily delivery service startup usually takes two to three business days, but emergency startups are available. Weekly deliveries can begin within one to two weeks.
Are clients locked into a contract with Mobile Meals?
Mobile Meals requires private-pay clients to agree to an initial minimum two-week service period, paid for in advance. After two weeks clients can continue the service as long as they need, or cancel at any time.
What time are meals delivered?
For clients that receive daily meals, we deliver twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm. Once the client is established on their route, the delivery time should be fairly consistent.
Clients who opt for weekly deliveries can expect delivery on the same day each week between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. Again, once the delivery route is established, the window of delivery will be much narrower.
Extreme weather conditions could possibly delay deliveries.
Do you accept insurance?
We accept Passport, CareStar Waiver, Buckeye & Aetna (MyCare Ohio Waiver), and SNAP.