We’re here to help nourish you on your journey
UPDATE: In this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, Open Arms is making temporary exceptions and serving a wider variety of individuals who need quarantining. At this time, eligible clients may include the elderly with underlying health issues, COVID-19 positive patients or patients with other critical illnesses outside of our core clients. Please contact the OAM client services department directly at 612-767-7333 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
If you’re living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, MS, ALS, ESRD, CHF, COPD, or have been impacted by COVID-19 and would benefit from assistance with food, Open Arms may be able to provide you delicious meals free of charge. We cook and deliver fresh, high-quality meals that sustain and nourish you.
Meals from Open Arms are more than just food
- Our meals are a daily reminder that you are not alone in your journey.
- Our chefs take care of the work, so you can spend your energy on what’s important in your life instead of shopping and cooking.
- Our service eases your financial burden.
- We help you care for your family’s nutritional needs.
Open Arms meals are medically tailored, tasty, convenient and healthy. Our professional chefs focus on using fresh ingredients in our meals instead of heavily processed food, so you can rest assured that you are getting great nutrition. We even have five urban farms that produces beautiful veggies for our kitchen during the summer and fall.
We want you to get the best nutrition possible, and we know how to cook for different illnesses. Our dietitian works with our chefs to design healthy menus, and is always available for individual nutrition counseling. We also offer several different menus tailored for specific diet needs, and try our best to accommodate allergies and special diet requirements.
Currently, we serve approximately 1,000 clients, caregivers and dependent children each week in the Twin Cities area. Read what our clients think of our service.
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