Order Ensure from any UCHRA county office for only $23* a case. Not only will you save money, but all profits received goes back into your counties Nutrition program as part of our current fund raiser.
Download a copy of the Ensure Flyer here.
Ensure Order Form click here.
*Please call your local office for pricing on Glurcerna and other Ensure specialty products.
The Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency's Nutrition Program for Old Adults and Adults with Disabilities is participating in the national March For Meals campaign. This event will bring awareness to City and County Mayors by asking them to take part in delivering meals within their counties. March for Meals is a national campaign held during the month of March to raise awa reness of senior hunger and to encourage action on the part of local communities.
Watch the video PSA for March For Meals to learn more!
Program Goal: Provide persons age 60 and over and individuals with disabilities a nutritious noon meal either in a group setting or in their home; strives to improve the quality of life for the elderly by providing sound nutritious meals five - seven days a week. The home delivered meal program also provides daily contact to individuals that are home bound and enables them access to other in-home services.
Congregate noon meals are provided at Senior Citizens Centers located in all 14 Upper Cumberland Counties. Anyone age 60 or older is eligible to receive a meal at the congregate site. In order to assure a meal, reservations must be made the day before. Nutrition education is provided monthly to the congregate participants and also to the home delivered clients, keeping seniors abreast of updates in the area of nutritional needs and breakthroughs.
The "Title III" Home Delivered Meal Program is designed to assist persons age 60+ and/or the spouse of someone 60+ a nutritionally balanced noon-time meal and thereby avoiding premature institutionalization.
The "Options" Home Delivered Meals Program provides meals for residents of the State of Tennessee; persons 18 years of age or older; must have a physical disability; and must be limited in daily and independent activities.
The "Family Caregiver" Home Delivered Meals Program is designed to give relief to anyone who is a caregiver of a senior 60 years of age or older. This program can also give relief to grandparents or other senior relatives who are primary caregivers of children not more than 18 years of age.
The "Medicaid Waiver" Home Delivered Program provides meals for residents of the State of Tennessee over the age of 21 who meet financial requirements to receive Medicaid as determined by the Department of Human Services; meet the TennCare Pre-Admission Evaluation (PAE) medical criteria for level 1 nursing facility; and have an identified caregiver available to assure their health, safety and welfare; and be able to receive services in the home at a cost less than that of institutional care.
The Community Services Block Grant Programs provide a limited amount of funding to deliver meals to persons under the age of 60 who meet program guidelines.
Counties Served: 14 counties of the region Funding Sources: TN Commission on Aging, churches, UCDD Area Agency on Aging, civic groups, local governments, individuals, United Way, TN Department of Human Services
If you know someone that needs home delivered meals or would like to participate in our congregate meals at the county sites or volunteer to assist with the meals program please contact your local UCHRA office or 931-528-1127. Please ask about our self-pay and sponsored meal program.
Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency is a Partner Agency of Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. Second Harvest is a private, not-for- profit, tax exempt organization with a mission to feed hungry people and work to solve hunger issues in our community. Second Harvest works with a network of approximately 500 Partner Agencies like Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency to distribute food to those in need throughout 46 counties in Middle and West Tennessee. To learn more, visit secondharvestmidtn.org.
|Cannon County||Fentress County||Pickett County|
|609 Lehman Street||308 Main Street||105 South Main Street|
|Woodbury, TN 37190||Jamestown, TN 38556||Byrdstown, TN 38549|
Site Manager: Lavada Scott
Site Manager: Sue Huff
Site Manager: Eudean Reeder
|(615) 563-2916||(931) 879-8040||(931) 864-6540|
|View Map||View Map||View Map|
|Clay County||Jackson County (3 Sites)||Putnam County|
145 Cordell Hull Drive
|K-1 Nutrition Site||186 South Walnut|
|Celina, TN 38551||707 School Drive||Cookeville, TN 38501|
|Site Manager: Phyllis Collins||Gainesboro, TN 38562||Site Manager: Beverly Almo|
|(931) 243-3674||Site Manager: Lisa Locke||(931) 528-1285|
|View Map||(931) 268-9840||View Map|
|Cumberland County||Smith County|
|1433 Livingston Road||Granville Nutrition Site||140 Davis Street|
|Crossville, TN 38555||6026 Granville Highway||South Carthage, TN 37030|
|Site Manager: Bob Silvis||Granville, TN 38564||Site Manager: Betty Dillard|
|(931)-456-0691||View Map||(615) 735-0476|
|View Map||View Map|
|Fairview Nutrition Site|
|DeKalb County (3 Sites)||2230 York Highway||Van Buren County|
|Fiddlers Manor||Gainesboro, TN 38562||779 Old McMinnville Highway|
|712 Walker Drive||View Map||Spencer, TN 38585|
|Smithville, TN 37166||Site Manger: Margaret Fraser|
|Site Manager: Jeanen Lawson||Macon County||(931) 946-7151|
|View Map||607 Highway 52 By-Pass||View Map|
|Lafayette, TN 37083|
|Liberty Nutrition Site||Site Manager: Donna Lewis||Warren County|
|103 College Street||(615) 666-3377||809 Morrison Street|
|Liberty, TN 37095||View Map||McMinnville, TN 37110|
|View Map||Site Manager: Pearl Smith|
|Overton County||(931) 473-6652|
|Alexandria Nutrition Site||1013 Bradford Hicks Drive||View Map|
|118 Edgewood Street||Livingston, TN 38570|
|Alexandria, TN 37012||Site Manager: Debra Seibers||White County|
|View Map||(931) 823-7323||321 East Bronson|
|View Map||Sparta, TN 38583|
|Site Manager: Rhonda Goodwin|
Many thanks to our partners, The United Way and The Area Agency on Aging!