New Clients

Mobile Meals is a great choice for you or someone you care about.

Our meals are prepared in our local kitchen and delivered two times a week. Clients can choose one or two meals per day with a choice between four different dinner entrées. The two-meal plan may include bread and juice, and all meal plans include milk, fruit, and snack (cereal). Weekend meals are optional.

Our menus are developed by registered diet technicians and cooks and approved by a licensed dietitian.

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 clients and caregivers ask.

Qualifying for Mobile Meals

Who qualifies for Mobile Meals’ home-delivered meal service?

Our service is for people of all ages and economic levels. We serve people who may have limited mobility, have a medical condition, be recovering from surgery or injury, or be otherwise unable to cook, shop, or maintain a healthy diet.

Is a physician’s prescription required?

Mobile Meals does not require a prescription. A representative will notify your physician’s office that you have signed up for Mobile Meals.

Isn’t Mobile Meals just for Senior Citizens?

No. We’ve served clients ranging in age from three years old to 105. We serve people who may have limited mobility, are recovering from surgery or injury, or those unable to cook, shop, or maintain a healthy diet.

Can I specify to my caseworker that I want Mobile Meals as my home-delivered meal provider?

Absolutely. Simply inform your caseworker that you would like Mobile Meals as your home-delivered meal provider.

Can I get Mobile Meals for a family member?

Yes. Sometimes it is the best option. Helping a family member with meals and knowing a volunteer is checking on them gives everyone involved peace of mind, especially if the caregiver lives miles away.

Paying for Mobile Meals

Is there a cost for home-delivered meals?

Yes, our fees are determined on a sliding scale based on income. We also accept Passport, CareStar Waiver, Buckeye & Aetna (MyCare Ohio Waiver) and SNAP. Your case manager can help verify your insurance eligibility.

I don’t qualify for government assistance. How much will the home-delivered meal service cost me?

We’ll determine the cost to you using a sliding-scale that factors in your income and living expenses. A meal coordinator will be happy to quote you a price over the phone which usually takes about 20 minutes.

Do you accept food stamps from Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)?

Yes. Mobile Meals does accept SNAP food stamps and Electronic Benefits Transfer as forms of payment for home-delivered meals.

Do you accept insurance?

Yes. We currently accept Passport, CareStar Waiver, Buckeye & Aetna (MyCare Ohio Waiver), and SNAP.

Learn how easy it is to begin receiving home delivery from Mobile Meals.