Congregate Dining

Congregate and dining programs provide lowcost meals that are enjoyed in a community setting. Transportation may be provided.

VON Hamilton Congregate Dining

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Program is on pause due to COVID-19
Cost:
Service
$9.50/meal maximum. Transportation is available for an additional fee. Fee adjustment available for low incomes. All fees are billed monthly.
Who can access this service:

Older adults and people with disabilities

How to apply:

Contact to register

Offers meals served in a group setting that provides an opportunity for socializing. Developed for older adults and people with disabilities who would like to get out of the house more often. Transportation is available for a fee.

Diners' Club Congregate Dining Program

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Contact:
Carole Taylor, Program Coordinator
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Third Thursday monthly (except July, August, December)
Cost:
Program
$15 includes meal, dessert, and tea or coffee
Who can access this service:

Older adults

How to apply:

Contact to register

Program offers a monthly nutritious meal and social time at a location in Glanbrook/Binbrook. Participants from outside of Glanbrook are welcome, but must arrange their own transportation. Transportation can be arranged for participants who reside in Glanbrook.

Diners Club, Welcome Inn Community Centre

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Contact:
Ruth Kaulback, Seniors Program Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator
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Cost:
Program
Tuesday meal: $4.50
Who can access this service:

Older adults living in the central and north end of Hamilton.

How to apply:

Contact to register.

Weekly home-cooked lunch followed by activities such as singing, games, and excursions. July and August dates include brunch and/or a day trip.

Life Long Care Program

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Contact for information.
Cost:
None
Who can access this service:

Open to all urban Indigenous men, women, and their families.

How to apply:

Contact to register.

Provides community support services to urban Indigenous clients, regardless of age, who are disabled, chronically ill, frail, or elderly. 

Services include:

  • friendly visiting
  • security checks/reassurance service
  • congregate dining
  • transportation¬†
  • Aboriginal support