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Burbank Nutrition Services

September is National Senior Center Month 

The 2023 theme for National Senior Center Month is "Discover Yours". Find out more Here! 

Burbank residents age 60+ are eligible to receive meals from Burbank Nutrition Services. These meals are available by pick up at 3 different City sites on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Weekly meals are $2 suggested donation (cash or check).* New Burbank Nutrition Services enrollees must be Burbank residents to be eligible.
Call the Burbank Nutrition Services office at your prefered pick-up location:

Joslyn Adult Center
1301 W. Olive Avenue

McCambridge Recreation Center
1515 N. Glenoaks Boulevard

Tuttle Senior Center
1731 N. Ontario Street
Download and complete a Congregate Meal Intake Form. Submit form to burbanknutrition@burbankca.gov.
Pick up your meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Participants are automatically registered for pick-up every week unless a cancellation is made.

Need to cancel a week? Call the office where you are registered.

Learn more about nutrition and physical activity! Pluse live food demonstrations. FREE giveaways to those who attend. Classes will take place on August 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th from 11 am-12 pm. All classes will be taught by a registered dietitian. Lessons will include Burget Friendly eating tips. quick meal tips, and helpful food facts.
Download the Event Flyer

Burbank residents age 60+ who are unable to pick up meals may be eligible to receive meals from the Home Delivered Meals Program. Meals are delivered once a week at a scheduled time. Each delivery includes meals for the week, and are $3 suggested donation (cash or check).* All participants receive reassurance calls as part of the program. New Burbank Nutrition Services enrollees must be Burbank residents to be eligible.

California Department of Aging Recognizes Burbank Nutrition Services for their contributions to the older adult community.

California Department of Aging (CDA) has begun posting success stories on their website for the month of March. On this occasion, we would like to highlight The City of Burbank’s Burbank Nutrition Services success story. Their story has been posted to the Older Californians Nutrition Program Success Stories page! See the California Department of Aging article here.

Older Californian Nutrition Program Success Stories!

"I suffer from spinal stenosis and when I stand for long periods of time, my back begins to hurt. It is very difficult to prepare food when you use a walker and try to prepare yourself a meal. The Burbank Senior Nutrition Home Delivered Meal program has been very beneficial to helping me maintain a better quality of life. I know that I am eating a nutritious and well-balanced meal every day. Their food tastes good and they are very generous. I look forward to receiving my meals and seeing the friendly staff (especially Diane) and volunteers. The program has been wonderful! Thank you HDM!" - R. Keech (Client)

Sandra and a volunteer smiling"The Burbank Nutrition Services Home Delivered Meal program has been so good to me. I feel so appreciative of the meals and with Sandra’s program supervision and professionalism. The support of the friendly staff and volunteers is amazing. I always look forward to speaking with and seeing them. The program is constantly working to provide delicious, nutritious meals and striving to make it better each time. I am very thankful for the services." - S. Green (Client)

Home delivered meal client J Lawson"The Burbank Nutrition Services Home Delivered Meal program is great! My mother was on the program, and she enjoyed it. The meals are delivered by friendly and dedicated people and their food is very good (better than some restaurants). Thank you." - J. Lawson

Call the Home Delivered Meals Program (HDM) at (818) 238-5366 to register. Participants must be Burbank Residents age 60+.
Download the HDM Intake Form and HDM Client Agreement. Submit both forms to hdm@burbankca.gov.
Be home for scheduled delivery. Need to cancel a week? Call the Home Delivered Meals Program (HDM) at (818) 238-5366.  

For more information about HDM, download the HDM Guidelines.

*Your donation is voluntary and is not a requirement to receive a meal if you are eligible for the Elderly Nutrition Program.
This Senior Nutrition Program is funding in whole or in part by Los Angeles County Dept. of Aging & Disabilities.

Additional Programs and Resources
"Nourishing News" is a publication that provides great information and activities to learn more about a proper nutritious diet. Download the informational materials in English or Spanish.