Ann Arbor's Meals on Wheels program reduces hunger and food insecurity for homebound adults (age 18+) in Ann Arbor who are frail, medically compromised, or have a short- or long-term disability that impacts their ability to shop and prepare complete, nutritious meals. Meals are delivered Monday-Saturday; Call for more details.
The Bryant Community Center operates food distributions every Wednesday and Thursday from 9am-1pm, but guests can arrive as soon as 8:30am. Numbers are called using a lottery system instead of first come, first serve.
Participants should bring a Photo I.D. and proof dependents live in their household, if possible.
The CSS Emergency Food Program distributes groceries and personal care items to low-income families and individuals on a monthly and/or emergency basis. Clients are also given referrals to other agencies for clothing and other critical services as needed on Tuesdays from 8:30am-12:00pm.
The Emergency Food Program welcomes donations of food and personal items. Please call in advance to schedule a drop-off time.
Jewish Community Center serves hot lunches on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12-12:30pm. Call at least a day in advance for a lunch reservation. Lunches are $5.50, seniors 60+ pay a discounted price of $3.
Food Pantries at Packard Main and Packard West supply groceries to patients in need. They also offer nutrition advice and food stability planning services. Must be a client of Packard Health to receive food; call ahead to make an appointment.
The food pantry is open Tuesdays 1pm-6:30pm and Wednesdays 9am-1pm. You can receive a day’s allotment of food (three meals) for each person within your household. Make an appointment for this service up to 12 times each year. Fresh produce is also available - no appointment necessary.