Senior Nutrition Program

The Tehama County Community Action Agency admininsters Tehama County's Senior Nutrition Program.

The Senior Nutrition Program provides a wonderful opportunity to build new friendships with others in the community in a warm and welcoming environment. Tasty, nutritious meals prepared and served from the kitchen in Red Bluff give seniors an opportunity to eat out or have a meal delivered.

Seniors, aged 60 and older who are physically or mentally challenged and unable to attend one of the dining sites may qualify for home delivered meals.

A hot, nutritionally balanced meal that meets 1/3 of the recommended dietary allowance is delivered Monday through Friday (certain restrictions apply).

To reserve or cancel a meal, or for more information contact us at (530) 527-2414.


Adopt-A-Senior

The Senior Nutrition Program would like to give you the opportunity provide a meal to a local senior through Adopt-A-Senior! Click here for more information.
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Lunch Menu for Seniors

Senior Nutrition March 2017 Menu
Senior Nutrition April 2017 Menu

 

 

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Much fun was had by all at the 3rd annual Senior Nutrition Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser on Friday, May 20th.

The Red Bluff High School Choir sang Broadway show tunes from their recent performance and students from Vista, Red Bluff High School, Mercy High School and the Young Marines assisted in serving throughout the evening.

The dessert auction featured special guest auctioneer Tommy Tehama (aka Bill Goodwin) and brought in over $1500 with 12 desserts on the auction block These funds help the Senior Nutrition Program maintain current levels of services, delivering about 90 meals a day to homebound seniors. Lunch is also served to about 50 seniors a day at the Corning Senior Center and Red Bluff Community Center.

Dessert Auction

The Senior Nutrition Program and seniors in our County greatly appreciate the support of the generous community we live in.

Bob Williams winning Raiders afghan made by homebound senior

Bob Williams


To view the videos shown during the event, please click on the links below.

Senior Nutrition Program In The News

Food Day 2016: Nutrition, Friendship and Compassion

Extra Meals for Homebounds Seniors During the Holidays,
Published by the Red Bluff Daily News

Frozen Meals











 

 

Latest Events

Adopt-A-Senior

The Senior Nutrition Program would like to give you the opportunity to sponsor meals for local seniors through the Adopt-A-Senior Sponsorship Program!

 

FREE Tax Services!
Find out when and where you can file your Federal and State Income taxes by clicking here. *Services begin January 17th, 2017*

 

Nutrition Education
Are you interested in learning how to eat healthy on a budget? Or maybe learning about some healthy meal options that your kids will love? For more details, and to view the Nutrition Education Newsletter, please click here.

 

Tripartite Board Opening

The Community Action Agency is seeking volunteers to be appointed to the Tripartite Board of Directors for the local Community Action Agency. The appointments to be made would represent the low income sector and the City of Tehama Representative.

 

Are you interested in learning easy steps to reduce your water usage? Click here.

 

Senior Nutrition
To view the menus for Senior Nutrition, please click here.

 

Recreational Activities
Click here to view a list of Recreation Activities that are available in our area! Click here to see a list of activities that will Keep Kids Engaged This Summer (via Expect More Tehama).

 

Tehama Food Share
Any 501(c)3 or faith based organization is invited to participate in Tehama Food Share, which will provide access to low cost food purchases and delivery. If interested in more information call 530-527-6159. 

 

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This project is funded in whole or in part by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 in cooperation with the California Department of Community Services and Development Department.