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The California Department of Aging administers nutrition services funded by the federal Older Americans Act and State general fund dollars through a network of 33 Area Agencies on Aging and their service providers.
Nutrition services for eligible seniors will not be denied for failure to make donations. Senior Nutrition is a California Department of Aging (CDA) program. What does this mean?
AAA Registered Dietitian
Contract Therapy Services, Inc.
Lunchtime meals are available for anyone 60 years and older at several sites located throughout Kern County.
List of sites
Supplemental Food Assistance is a California Department of Aging (CDA) program. What does this mean?
Golden Empire Gleaners, Inc. - Senior Sack Program
Provides low-income seniors 60 years of age and older with two bags of groceries twice a month. A one-time $2.00 membership registration is required. Call for the location nearest you.
Kern County Food Bank, Inc. (provided by Community Action Partnership of Kern)
Distributes Government surplus food to low-income individuals on a monthly basis. Presentation of two-year pre-registration card plus current address is required. Pre-registration card available by presenting current food stamp card or verification of income. Call for information on the next distribution date and location. Some home-delivery available. Emergency food boxes for seniors also available.
Verification of Eligibility Form (PDF)
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