Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels
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Helping the Homebound

We seek to reduce hunger and food insecurity for those unable to shop for and prepare meals for themselves.

About Us
Seeking to Reduce Hunger & Food Insecurity

Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels, a program of U-M Health Department of Community Health Services, seeks to reduce hunger and food insecurity in a culturally responsive manner for the homebound in Ann Arbor area who are unable to shop and prepare complete nutritious meals for themselves because of their health.

Meals are currently being delivered Monday-Saturday to clients. Individuals can choose between a hot meal, sack lunch, or both. Ensure is also available to those who are at nutritional risk.

To learn more about Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels, visit the About Us page. To request or refer someone for meals, visit the Our Services page. To get involved and support our work, visit the Volunteer and Give page.


Learn about eligibility to receive services from AAMOW and how to make a referral.


Volunteers serve a critical role in helping us serve our homebound neighbors. Learn more about volunteering.

Contact Us

We're available off-site Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and in-office on Tuesdays, Thursday, and Saturdays from 8:30am-4:00pm.

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