Attention: The BSRI Senior Centers and Sites continue to modify programs until further notice. BSRI is not a distribution point for receiving a Covid-19 vaccine. You may visit https://novanthealth.org/brunswickvaccine or call the public health line at (910) 253-2339 to schedule a vaccination appointment OR call BSRI at (910) 754-2300 and indicate your zip code in a message for Case Management and we will forward to the Case Manager located nearest your residence for assistance in scheduling with Novant. Click on the "Coronavirus Info" box below for more information regarding Covid-19. SHIIP appointments will continue to follow pandemic guidelines. To contact AARP NC directly for income tax preparation availability please call (866) 389-5650.

Case Management

BSRI Programs and Services

Our facilities provide meals to eligible home-bound adults 60 years of age and older residing in Brunswick County.

The hot mid-day meals are delivered by volunteer drivers.

Our Meals on Wheels volunteer drivers are happy to serve the BSRI community by delivering top quality meals to qualified program participants.

Home delivered meal services can be accessed by contacting the Case Management Department to request an in-home assessment for eligibility.

Enjoy viewing (by clicking the videos below) the Meals on Wheels 2016 March For Meals & BSRI MOW REVISE originally released in 2013 (Note: Updated website is www.bsrinc.org and phone number is 910-754-2300.

The Meals on Wheels program relies on a dedicated team of community volunteers to provide a weekday hot meal, friendly visit, and so much more to homebound seniors throughout Brunswick County. If you are interested in volunteering with Meals on Wheels, please complete the secure online volunteer application located on the Volunteer page of this website. To access that page please Click here.

Eligibility:

To remain eligible for the Home Delivered Meals program, you must be:

1. 60 years of age or older; the spouse of an eligible service recipient; or a disabled non-senior residing with an eligible service recipient.

2. Homebound- unable to leave home unassisted

3. Living alone and unable to have nutrition needs met by family, friends, or a professional caregiver (Aide)

4. Unable to cook and/or shop- due to ill health; lack of food preparation facilities (stove or refrigerator); or inability to meet special dietary needs.