Nationally, one in six older adults struggle with hunger

Research has shown that proper nutrition plays a major role in helping to keep us healthy as we age, but in the 2017 Community Assessment Survey of Older Adults, almost 50% of our local seniors reported difficulties in maintaining a healthy diet.

With funding through the Older American’s Act and local grants, Thrive Alliance is committed to reducing senior hunger and promoting better health outcomes.

To address hunger in our communities, we partner with local community agencies, senior housing complexes, and senior centers to provide a hot, nutritious meal. 

Commonly referred to as, “Senior Nutrition Sites or Congregate Meal Sites,” there is much more than just a meal provided. At each location, people meet, socialize, and make new friends.

When someone is not able to get to one of our Nutrition Sites, home-delivered meals may be an option. Contact our Aging and Disability Resource Center to learn more about home-delivered meals.

Many locations provide educational topics and activities that promote the physical, economic, mental, social, and physiological well-being of the participants.

For more information, please call 866-644-6407.


Bartholomew County

Armory Apartments
646 Franklin Street
Columbus, IN 47201

R. Anderson
Community Center
421 McClure Road
Columbus, IN 47201

Brown County

Willow Mannor
72 Willow Street
Nashville, IN 47448

Decatur County

Greensburg Adult Center
905 East Main Street
Greensburg, IN 47240

Jackson County

Crothersville Senior Center
114 East Main Street
Crothersville, IN 47229

Seymour Community Center
107 South
Chestnut Street
Seymour, IN 47274

Jennings County

Jennings County Senior Resource Center
515 Buckeye Street
North Vernon,
IN 47265

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