Stay Healthy

Congregate Meals

Congregate meal sites are places like senior centers where lunch is served on weekdays to individuals age 60 or older. At Senior Centers people come together to enjoy a meal, meet and talk with friends, participate in health programs, and find out about services. Some Senior Centers have transportation available from your home to the center.

Who Qualifies?

  • 60 years or older and their spouses
  • Disabled person living in the home of person 60 years or older

Senior Center List

Boise Senior Activities Center Boise Website Facebook Page
Metro Meals Boise Website Facebook Page
Northgate Senior Village Boise Website Facebook Page
Samaritan Village Apts Boise Website Facebook Page
Caldwell Senior Center Caldwell Website Facebook Page
Metro Community Service Caldwell Website
Cambridge Senior Citizens Cambridge Website Facebook Page
Cascade Senior Center Cascade Facebook Page
Council Senior Center Council Facebook Page
Eagle Community & Senior Center Eagle Website Facebook Page
Garden City Senior Center Garden City Facebook Page
Three Island Senior Center Glenns Ferry Website Facebook Page
Rimrock Senior Center Grand View Website Facebook Page
Homedale Senior Center Homedale Facebook Page
Horseshoe Bend Senior Center Horseshoe Bend Facebook Page
Boise Basin Senior Center Idaho City Website Facebook Page
Kuna Senior Center Kuna Website Facebook Page
Marsing Senior Center Marsing Website Facebook Page
McCall Senior Center McCall Website Facebook Page
Melba Senior Center Melba Facebook Page
Meridian Senior Center Meridian Website Facebook Page
Mountain Home Senior Center Mountain Home Website Facebook Page
Nampa Senior Center Nampa Facebook Page
Saint Alphonsus Meals On Wheels Nampa Website
New Meadows Senior Center New Meadows Website Facebook Page
New Plymouth Senior Center New Plymouth Website Facebook Page
Parma Senior Center Parma Facebook Page
Payette Senior Center Payette Facebook Page
Star Senior Center Star Facebook Page
Weiser Senior Center Weiser Facebook Page

Diabetes Self-Management Program

This evidence- based program from Stanford University is for people living with or taking care of someone with diabetes that would like to learn more about living a healthy life with a chronic condition. The class meets once a week for six weeks and covers topics such as: diabetes, healthy ways to manage high and low blood sugars, stress reduction techniques, and the importance of nutrition, diet and exercise. The class is FREE and at the end, each participant receives a copy of “Living Well with Chronic Diseases” book and a relaxation CD to take home!


Upcoming 2018-2019 Classes:


July 11th– August 15th Capital Plaza Sr. Housing 9:30am- 12pm

July 11th– August 15th Franklin Plaza Sr. Housing 1pm- 3:30pm

August 13- September 17th Shenandoah Estates 9am- 11:30am

November 6th– December 18th Meridian Public Library 9:30am- 12pm

January 8th– February 12th Willow Park Assisted Living 1pm- 3:30pm