The Nutrition Program helps seniors maintain proper health with hot, nutritious meal prepared and packaged in our kitchen at 30th Street.
Each year we serve over 83,000 meals at various dining sites in southeastern San Francisco, and we deliver about 78,216 meals to homebound seniors.
In addition to a balanced meal, our seniors are given an opportunity to socialize and share a meal in a community setting. These simple actions lead to healthier living and wholesome dietary practices.
A registered dietitian plans each menu to ensure the meals meet seniors’ nutritional needs.
If you would like to learn more about the community dining room at the 30th Street Senior Center, please click here.
If you are interested in learning more about our home delivered meals, please click here.
Nutrition & Health Education
Nutrition classes are offered in English and Spanish at 30th Street Senior Center through the Department of Consumer Education, Health and Nutrition at City College of San Francisco. Nutrition education is offered in other languages at satellite sites around San Francisco. Nutrition education classes focus on adults 60 years and older and cover a variety of topics, including information on how to control cholesterol, how to read food labels, how to increase fiber intake and how to prevent food borne illness.