Senior Cafés

LifeStream has 20 senior community cafés throughout 12 counties in Indiana. Lunch is provided on a donation basis (suggested donation of $2.50) to those who are 60 years of age and over and their spouse. Meals are provided to those below the age of 60 for a small fee of $6.50. Reservations to eat lunch at a café must be made at least one business day in advance by calling the site you plan to attend or call 800-589-1121.

The café sites provide more than just a meal, it is an opportunity to be active and engaged in the community.

To make a donation to the LifeStream Senior Cafés CLICK HERE

Café Locations

What’s for Lunch?

Here’s what we’re serving at congregate sites this month. If you’re on the home delivered program these will be delivered a week later. Due to COVID-19, menus may be subject to change. Please call 800-589-1121 if you have any questions.

Fayette, Franklin, Rush, Union and Wayne Counties

Blackford, Delaware, Grant, Henry, Jay, Madison, and Randolph Counties

Café Chat

LifeStream publishes a bi-monthly nutrition newsletter that is distributed to the sites and home-delivered meal participants. Get to know the people behind the nutrition program, what meal is being served, recipes, and nutrition and wellness resources.

Plan Your Visit

Are you ready to enjoy lunch at one of our senior cafés? If you are attending one of our cafés for the first time, please fill out the form below or call 800-589-1121. Your reservation must be made at least one business day in advance. Please note that completing the intake form does not reserve your meal order. You will need to call LifeStream’s office to reserve your meal.

Home Delivered Meals

LifeStream can deliver meals right to your door if you live in our 12 county service area. Home-bound individuals age 60 years and older might qualify to receive a meal at home on a donation basis. Meals are available for anyone for $6.50 . Learn more about home delivered meals by calling 1-800-589-1121.

Senior Safety Net

LifeStream Services partners with Second Harvest Food Bank to offer monthly food distributions for those who are 60 and over. Proof of residence and ID are not required. Senior Safety Net is currently offered at the following locations:

Farmers Market Vouchers

The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) provides fresh, unprepared, locally grown fruits, vegetables, and edible herbs to income-eligible seniors who are over the age of 60.

Those who are interested in applying for vouchers or learning more about this program should contact Dana Pierce, Nutrition Administrator, at 765-808-9059 or Micole Leverette, Community Services Administrator, at 765-620-9907. If your call is not answered, please leave a message and your call will be returned in the order in which it was received. If you are approved, the vouchers will be mailed directly to your residence.

Please review the 2021 SFMNP Income Guidelines to determine if you are income eligible for this program – SFMNP Income Guidelines.

Those that are eligible for this program will receive SFMNP checks to buy fresh, locally grown produce from authorized growers at authorized locations. View the full list of markets here.  Please call the location ahead of time to check on any restrictions, times or bundles that may be in place.


*Please note submitting this application does not guarantee the applicant qualifies for the voucher program.*