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The Community Meal program provides a free nutritionally balanced meal three times per week for financially challenged families and individuals in Waukesha County. The meal schedule is coordinated with other meal programs in Waukesha County to ensure that there is a free meal each night of the week without duplication. Additionally, one evening per week a wellness clinic is provided by the Pro Health Care Community Outreach Nurse program. Participants can receive free basic health screenings, health advice and referrals to free or low-cost healthcare to address more serious health concerns. Finally, there are opportunities available for individuals and families to socialize and be part of a community through the meal and groups, such as a knitting club, that meet after the meal.
Hours of Operation:
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 5:00pm
Participants will be asked to provide their name and basic demographic information to the Community Meal Intake Volunteer upon their first visit. During later visits to participants will need to check in with the Intake Volunteer.
For more information on receiving services from the Community Meal Program contact The Salvation Army at (262) 547-7367.
Looking for ways to Give Help to the Community Meal program? Contact The Salvation Army at (262) 547-7367.