ADRC frozen meals program gaining in popularity

With in-person lunches still prohibited at all Door County ADRC locations, seniors in need of a meal are turning to several alternative methods. Curbside service is available as long as the food is ordered the day before. Director Jake Erickson says that sites outside of Sturgeon Bay have added distribution dates, but there has still been a dropoff from normal levels seen when people were able to convene. Meals on Wheels is picking up some of the slack, but not all. Erickson says the most growth has been seen in the frozen meals program.


ADRC’s Sturgeon Bay campus is open, but capacity is limited. The fitness center and computer terminals are available except when lunches are handed out from 11:30a-12n.


*Photo courtesy of the Door County ADRC website


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