(March 20, 2020) The Community Nutrition Program has implemented changes to service starting Monday, March 23, 2020 to help reduce contact at Community Nutrition Sites during this COVID-19 health crisis.
Project Open Hand will begin providing frozen 5-meal packs to CNP clients at 730 Polk Street for those CNP clients who wish to pick up five days worth of frozen food. Daily To-go meals will still be served at the open CNP sites. The frozen 5-meal pack will match our current menu cycle including dairy and fruit. Clients can walk in or have the option for services to be delivered directly to their car.
Where: 730 Polk Street, San Francisco
When: Beginning March 23, 2020 Mon-Fri (weekdays) until further notice
Service: Frozen 5-meal pack
Contact: 415-447-2310 for more information on frozen meal pack pickup service
Requirements: must be a CNP client and have the proper appliances to reheat the meal safely at home. Safe heating instructions are marked on all meals.
(March 16, 2020) Please read the following updates to our Community Nutrition Program sites. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause for our clients, but the health and safety for everyone is of the highest priority during health crisis.
(If site is not listed, they are still open during regular times for modified service).
Aquatic Park – CLOSED until April 7th or further notice
Pomeroy – CLOSED until April 7th or further notice
Since 1998, Project Open Hand has served nutritious meals - breakfast and lunch - to San Francisco seniors and adults with disabilities at 10 community sites located across San Francisco.
Many of our dining locations offer daily social and educational activities, including nutrition classes, bingo, arts and exercise. Project Open Hand's nutritious meals and community site activities can improve health outcomes by lowering risks for disease, depression, and cognitive decline.
Seniors (60 years or older) and adults with disabilities (18-59 years old) are eligible for the Community Nutrition Program.
Residents of San Francisco and Alameda Counties who are living with serious illnesses may be eligible to receive nutritious meals and fresh groceries through our Wellness Programs. Click here to learn more about Project Open Hand's nutrition services for the sick and vulnerable.