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Programs

Meals- On-Wheels

Our hot, nutritious noon-time meals are available to be delivered to your door on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. The cost is $8.00 per meal. Each meal includes a soup/salad, main entrée and a scrumptious dessert. Take a look at the upcoming menus and give us a call to see if there is a route near you (613-279-3151). Subsidy available.

Frozen meals can be ordered and delivered by our Volunteer Drivers. See frozen meals menu below.

Frozen meals provide the convenience of a delicious meal, whenever you want, all you have to do is heat it up! A variety of options available: poultry, beef, pork, fish, pasta, and soups. Entrees are $6.50 and include a side and vegetable, soups are $1.50. Frozen meals are available for ordering once monthly. Orders are due the 3rd Wednesday of each month, with delivery at the end of each month either by pick up or delivery. Excellent option for those days you spend wondering, “what’s for dinner tonight?”

“When COVID hit, we as a family decided to try meals-on-wheels for our mom. My mom would like to thank everyone involved in making this program available, she absolutely loved the food, and the delivery staff that went above and beyond. For family, this was invaluable to us.”

“Living so far from my father proves to be challenging in many ways. I am extremely grateful for the Meals-on-Wheels program knowing that he can have a warm, nutritious meal delivered to him, a few times a week, is a comfort.”

Transportation

*Frontenac Transportation Services Volunteer drivers take seniors to medical appointments, grocery shopping and other events as necessary. A fee is charged for these services. Subsidies for seniors are available through Community Support Services.

Community Café

Rural Frontenac Community Services presents Community Café: a new drop-in program connecting seniors to local health services and programs through guest speakers and wellness activities. This is a free program for seniors ages 60+. For more information, call 613-279-3151 ext 106

Upcoming Dates and Locations

Wednesday February 8: Picadilly Community Hall (1025 Oak Flats Rd, Piccadilly) Presentation by Susan Irwin regarding Wills and Power of Attorney. In partnership with SALT. Doors open at 11am. Soup and Social to follow.

Wednesday February 22: Ompah Community Hall (10200 Rd 509, Ompah) Presentation by North Frontenac Fire Chief, Eric Korhonen, information and safety tips to protect yourself and your home. Doors open at 11am. Soup and Social to follow.

Seniors And Law Together (SALT)

SALT is an innovative community partnership of community service groups and local law enforcement. A committee that includes agencies and residents develop and present topics of interest to older adults in rural Frontenac County.

Donate to Rural Frontenac Community Services

Donate Online

You can donate online from the convenience of your home by using our Canada Helps form from the following link.

Donate By Phone

If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to Rural Frontenac Community Services, call 613-279-3151

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