Nutrition & Other Resources

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Cost: Meals are FREE to qualifying older adults 60+, living in the communities between the Peak to Peak area, from Allenspark to Nederland. No financial qualifications required.  To schedule your weekly Meal Delivery, call NAS at 303-258-0799.
Donation:  $5 is suggested per meal. No one 60+ years old will ever be denied a meal due to the inability to contribute financially.
When: Deliveries are scheduled once per week, Monday or Wednesday.  Special delivery options can be available on a case-by-case basis.
What to expect at delivery:  Volunteer drivers & NAS staff deliver meals. All drivers have had background screenings, as required by Boulder County Area Agency on Aging.  Your driver will knock on your door and wait for you to answer before leaving.
Each meal includes: Vegetable & fruit, whole grain bread, and protein (fish, chicken, beans, pork). Meals:  All meals are catered by Word of Mouth Catering in Boulder, whose nutritious meals are approved by Boulder County to serve our senior community.  They serve Lyons, Longmont, Louisville and other Boulder County programs.  *Click here for the nutritional analyses of the frozen meals we may offer.

How many meals: Number of meals available each week are based on client needs & current program funding. The meals are delivered frozen in microwavable, reusable & dishwasher safe plastic containers.

Funding source:  Nederland Area Seniors is a non-profit organization that relies on volunteers and donations to provide community programming.  This meal delivery program is funded through Boulder County Area Agency on Aging and the generosity of business and individual donations.

Join us for a fresh, tasty, nutritious home-cooked meal. On Wednesdays, we serve lunch at noon at the Nederland Community Center multipurpose room, located at 750 Hwy 72, 1/2 mile north of the traffic circle (intersection of Highways 119 and 72) in Nederland.  Please check our menu and schedule and contact us at 303-258-0799 or to reserve your spot.  If you are interested in the nutritional analysis of our monthly meals, please follow this link.


Nederland Area Seniors meals are funded through Boulder County Area on Aging and the generosity of individual community donations. Nederland Area Seniors is a non-profit organization that relies on volunteers and donations to provide community programming.  If you are new to our lunches, please complete this form and bring it with you next time you join us or send it to  We also have printed versions that you can complete during lunch – no problem!  These forms help us make sure we are refunded for each meal we provide to our community.

*IMPORTANT: The following major food allergens are used as ingredients in many of our meals: Milk, Egg, Fish, Crustacean Shellfish, Tree Nuts, Peanuts, Wheat, Soy, and Sesame. Please notify staff at 303-258-0799 for more information about these ingredients.

Additional useful resources:


The TRU PACE program provides seniors in the Boulder County community the care they need to remain living safely in the community.  Click here for more information on what they offer.


Windhorse Elder Care offerS in-home services ranging from basic companion care and housekeeping to advanced psychological care, from one hour per week to 24-hour coverage.  More info here.


Need help with getting to doctors appointments, picking up prescriptions, or any other medical-related transportation? Contact Wondem Mequaanent at Hi Medical Transportation at 720-276-8274 or


Anyone interested can call VIA’s Mobility Specialists at 303-444-3043 or toll-free at 1-888-647-9768.  Online registration is also available at Once registered, a trip can be scheduled through Via’s Call Center from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. A ride may be scheduled from one to seven days before the ride is needed. Same-day rides may also be available. 


Every 4th Thursday of the month, organizations and governmental entities send eligibility specialists and enrollment personnel to the Nederland Community Center.  Get your questions answered regarding Medicaid, legal assistance, Housing and Human Services, schedule a mental health appointment and more. You can also visit the Ned Food Pantry and Clothing Closet.  





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