Our mission is to provide resources that enhance the emotional, social, and physical well-being of seniors, adults with disabilities, and those who care for them.

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Nutrition Programs

Meals on Wheels, Community Meals, Frozen Take-Out Meals, & Liquid Nutritional Supplements for Island County Residents Age 60+

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Colin has to choose between heat or paying other bills.  His family lives far away, he can’t drive, and his phone is broken.  I’m his Meals on Wheels delivery driver and often the only person he sees all week.  We share stories from our lives; we’ve become friends.  One day Colin needed help.  Had I not arrived, he would have had no way to reach anyone.  I called ISR which launched the staff into action to get him the help he needed.  What would have happened if I hadn’t arrived?  Instead, he’s OK this evening because of Meals on Wheels and people who care.

In 2021 our Nutrition program supplied 74,709 meals to Island County.

Wondering what we are currently serving?

Eating well is key to a robust immune system and maintaining health and well-being.


Our Programs

Meals on Wheels

  • Nutritious, well-balanced meals (that meet 1/3 of daily nutritional requirements for older adults) delivered to your home at noon by friendly volunteers. Provides essential human connection.
  • Client wellness checks provide information, resources, and a sense of security for family and loved ones.
  • For short-term and long-term needs. Delicious, healthy meals; most meals made from scratch; sugar free and gluten free meals available.
  • Contact Emilly MacCormick, Meals on Wheels Intake Specialist. Contact information is phone 360-321-1615, email meals@islandseniorservices.org.
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Frozen Take-Out Meals

  • Available Monday, Wednesday and Friday at locations throughout Island County; contact us to arrange pick-up.

Community Meals

Leo’s Place Community Meals are available at Island Senior Resources Bayview every Wednesday except for holidays. Come join us and share in the spirit of community. 

  • Lunch 11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m and coffee time 9 a.m. –  2 p.m.

Community meals are available in Coupeville on Wednesdays beginning August 3, at the Coupeville United Methodist Church (608 N. Main St., Coupeville).

  • Lunch 11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Liquid Nutritional Supplements

  • Available by the case. 
  • Doctor’s prescription required.
  • Suggested donation $30/case of 24.
  • Contact Debbie Metz, Nutritional Program Director, phone 360-321-1600 or email debbiem@islandseniorservices.org.

Eligibility and Cost

  • Recipients must be age 60+ (or the spouse of person 60+); unable to shop for and/or prepare a full meal; and at risk for malnutrition.
  • Meals are provided “by-donation” and clients pay what they can. Donations are needed to keep the program running.