We are thrilled to begin reopening again! We remain focused on the safety and well-being of our clients, staff and volunteers. COVID is still in our communities and many people are not fully vaccinated. We want all those in our care, and their families, to remain safe and reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.

As of July 6th, the following changes are in effect for Phase One Reopening.

Council on Aging Offices


373 NE Greenwood Office – Open to Visitors

Our Greenwood office is small so we encourage you to make an appointment to see us. We are open Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Our phone number is (541) 678-5483.

  • All visitors are required to wear masks, sign in and complete a COVID-19 self-screening. 
  • Visitors are not required to be vaccinated. We will not be checking for proof of vaccination. 
  • All staff are vaccinated and will wear masks when meeting with visitors.
  • All volunteers are required to be vaccinated by September 1st, and will wear masks for any in-person meetings with visitors or clients.

1036 NE 5th Street Office – Closed to the Public

We continue to run our Bend Meals on Wheels program and Grab-N-Go lunches from this location.

Meal Site Updates


Community Dining Program

  • We are working on plans to reopen in-person dining in the near future.
  • We continue to provide lunch meals Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday as drive through Grab-N-Go between 12:00 noon and 12:30 PM.
  • As a heads up, we will be requiring all in-person diners (clients, guests and caregivers) to be fully vaccinated, no exceptions, when we reopen community dining in Bend. To be considered fully vaccinated, you need to have had your 2nd shot for 2 weeks in a 2-dose series like the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or for 2 weeks after a single dose vaccine, like the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
  • We will continue to offer lunch meals to go for those who are not vaccinated or would prefer to not eat in a communal setting.

Meals on Wheels Program

  • All Meals on Wheels drivers continue to wear a mask, use hand sanitizer and be free of any illness or cold/flu symptoms.
  • Meals on Wheels volunteers can now enter a home to deliver meals if the client wishes. If the client does not wish to have the meal brought into the home, we will continue to deliver meals to a client’s door.
  • Meals will continue to be delivered regardless of vaccination status of our Meals on Wheels clients.
  • Clients will not be required to wear a mask while the Meals on Wheels driver is in their home.
  • If you have any questions please call your Bend meal site coordinator at: 541-604-5763

Community Dining Program

  • We are working on plans to reopen in-person dining in the near future.
  • We continue to provide lunch meals Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday as drive through Grab-N-Go between 12:00 noon and 12:30 PM.
  • As a heads up, we will be requiring all in-person diners (clients, guests and caregivers) to be fully vaccinated, no exceptions, when we reopen community dining in Bend. To be considered fully vaccinated, you need to have had your 2nd shot for 2 weeks in a 2-dose series like the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or for 2 weeks after a single dose vaccine, like the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
  • We will continue to offer lunch meals to go for those who are not vaccinated or would prefer to not eat in a communal setting.

Meals on Wheels Program

  • All Meals on Wheels drivers continue to be required to wear a mask, use hand sanitizer and be free of any illness or cold/flu symptoms.
  • Meals on Wheels volunteers can now enter a home to deliver meals if the client wishes.  If the client does not wish to have the meal brought into the home, we will continue to deliver meals to the client’s door.
  • Meals will continue to be delivered regardless of vaccination status of our Meals on Wheels clients.
  • Clients will not be required to wear a mask while the Meals on Wheels driver is in their home or if or if you both are talking to them outside.
  • If you have any questions please call your Sisters meal site coordinator at: 541-797-9367

Senior Center

Open Monday through Friday for activities from 9 am – 4 pm

Community Dining Program

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Meals on Wheels Program

  • All Meals on Wheels drivers continue to be required to wear a mask, use hand sanitizer and be free of any illness or cold/flu symptoms.
  • Meals on Wheels volunteers can now enter a home to deliver meals if the client wishes.  If the client does not wish to have the meal brought into the home, we will continue to deliver meals to the client’s door.
  • Meals will continue to be delivered regardless of vaccination status of our Meals on Wheels clients.
  • Clients will not be required to wear a mask while the Meals on Wheels driver is in their home or if or if you both are talking to them outside.
  • If you have any questions please call your La Pine meal site coordinator at: 541-797-9107

Senior Center

The Senior Center remains closed for activities until mid September. For questions call the Senior Center at: (541) 475-1148

Community Dining Program

Grab-N-Go meals are offered Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday’s from 12:00 noon to 12:30 pm

Meals on Wheels Program

Meals on Wheels meals are delivered Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday for a total of 7 days of meals if the client requests a week of meals.

Senior Center

The Senior Center is open Monday through Thursdays for activities from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon. For questions call the Senior Center at: (541) 447-6844

Community Dining Program

Community dining remains on hold until new equipment for kitchen arrives in August.

Meals on Wheels Program

Meals on Wheels meals are delivered Monday-Friday.

Senior Center

The Senior Center will open for activities on August 3rd. For questions call the Senior Center at: 541-548-6325

Community Dining Program

Community dining is now open Monday – Friday from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Meals on Wheels Program

Meals on Wheels are delivered Monday – Friday.