The Nutrition Program provides hot nutritious meals meeting the one-third Recommended Dietary Allowance. These meals are available at community focal points or they are delivered to an individual’s home if they are unable to attend a congregate meal site.
To find out more information about these programs, please contact the program manager, Kaitlyn Johnson at 307-777-5048.
There are many online handouts and resources provided by different nutrition organizations available online. Use this section as a starting point for educational nutrition information.
See the following list of national and local organizations:
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Cent$ible Nutrition Program
National Resources Center on Nutrition and Aging
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
Tufts MyPlate for Older Adults
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Additional Policy Documents
AGNES Client Information Document
Food Storage Requirements
Leftovers Policy- Container Information Sign and Labels
Meal Tracking Log – Unregistered Eligible Participants
Menu Planning and Nutrient Sources
Nutrition Education- Approved List with Documents Booklet PDF
Request to Provide Reduced Meals
Temperature Monitoring Log
Voluntary Contribution Policy Information
Waiver Request for Livestock Donations
Wyoming Food Safety Rule 2012
Policy Guidance & Standards
Regulatory authority for the Title III-C programs comes from the Older Americans Act. Please see the links below for additional information.
Administration on Community Living
Older Americans Act
Policy Guidance for the Title III-C Nutrition Programs comes from the Older Americans Act. See the following links for additional information.
Dietary Guidelines for Americans
OAA Nutrition Program Did You Know…?
Older Americans Benefit from OAA Nutrition Program Article
Title III OAA Requirements Chart
Program Monitoring & Reports
Meal Cost Tool
Meal Cost Tool