Senior Farmers’ Market: This program provides one-time coupons for purchasing fresh fruit and vegetables at participating farmer’s markets. There is an application process, and eligibility criteria apply.
Social 60 + Cafes at Senior Centers: Arlington has three Senior Centers that offer hot lunch Monday through Friday: Langston-Brown, Arlington Mill, and Walter Reed Senior Centers. These services are federally subsidized, with voluntary contributions by participants. Contact the Senior Centers to learn more.
Langston Brown, 703-228-7369
Arlington Mill, 703-228-6300
Walter Reed, 703-228-0955
Arlington Food Assistance Center: AFAC provides supplemental groceries to Arlington residents. You can receive an AFAC referral from the Department of Human Services, a social service agency, or an Arlington County school. Residents who are 60 or older should contact the Aging and Disability Resource Centerfor more information. If you are under 60, contact the Department of Human Services’ Clinical Coordination Unit (703-228-1300) for a referral.