Frequently Asked Questions

Meals on Wheels

How much do Meals on Wheels cost?

To be eligible for Meals on Wheels provided by AgeWell Services, you’ll need to be 60 or over, homebound, and living in Oceana, Ottawa, or Muskegon counties.

A preliminary assessment will determine eligibility and your suggested donation amount based upon your self-reported income. You will receive a monthly contribution statement based upon how many meals you receive that month and your determined suggested donation amount. This is a donation and it is optional, however, donations do play a crucial role in assisting the program with serving all participants who need meals. Suggested donations are typically a $3.50-$6.00 range. Any and all amounts will be appreciated.

AgeWell Services assists any age needing homebound meals. For those under 60, there is a minimum cost of $7.00 per meal.

How do I sign up for Meals on Wheels?

Meals on Wheels can deliver a hot meal to your door Monday to Friday and frozen meals for weekends or as a second meal. Participants can select options from a sandwich or salad menu if they prefer. Meals on Wheels also delivers nutritionals supplements if prescribed by your doctor. The first step is to call (231)755-0434 or 1-800-442-6769. You will speak to an intake team member who will do a simple phone assessment to determine eligibility. To be eligible for Meals on Wheels provided by AgeWell Services, you’ll need to be 60 or over, homebound, and living in Oceana, Ottawa, or Muskegon counties. If you live outside of these counties, visit Meals on Wheels America to find an organization that delivers to your area.

Senior Transportation

How to find Non-Emergency Medical Transportation?

AgeWell Services Senior Medical Transportation Program provides door-to-door, non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) for low income Muskegon County residents. We provide transportation to Muskegon County healthcare providers. Participants must be 60 years old or older and must be at 150% of the poverty level or less. Participants must also be able to transfer in and out of a vehicle by themselves (walkers and canes are acceptable).