We regret to inform you that our program has reached capacity and we cannot add any additional people for the foreseeable future. (**If you receive COPES or New Freedom services, please reach out to your Long-Term Care case manager to inquire about the possibility of receiving meals through either of those programs.)
While Chicken Soup Brigade is regretfully unable to provide services to you at this time, there are other organizations in your area providing meal and groceries to seniors who are accepting new clients. King County 2-1-1 is an excellent resource. Their operators have very comprehensive knowledge of programs across the county, including access to food, housing, transport, healthcare, legal help, financial aid and more. To speak to them, simply dial 2-1-1 Monday to Friday 10AM-5PM and follow the prompts.
Please feel free to reach out to the Care Advocate Team at 206-957-1686 if you have any questions. You can fill out the form below if you would like to be put on our waiting list.
You are eligible to apply if you:
- 60+ years of age (55+ for Native Americans and Alaskan Natives)
- Live in King County
What are the benefits I'll receive?
- Home Delivered Medically Specific Meals: Wholesome, homemade meals are prepared in our own kitchen, and frozen for convenient reheating at a later time. Most meals meet the nutritional guidelines of the American Heart Association and American Diabetes Association. Specialized meals meeting diets such as vegetarian, no gluten/no dairy, or easy digestion are available. Any of our menu options can be made suitable for people with chewing and swallowing difficulties.
- Assessment & Consultation with a Registered Dietitian: Dietary Counseling, called "Medical Nutritional Therapy," includes a thorough assessment of each client’s nutritional health and individual dietary needs by a registered dietitian. Together, the dietitian and client determine which diet changes work into the client’s current lifestyle, including social and financial limitations.