Hot Meal Program
The Hot Meal Program is so much more than community dining. We provide a safe environment to feel cared for, feel deserving, and feel like a part of this neighborhood. We offer a large variety of hygiene products, warm socks, gently used clothing, and shoes. Additionally, we have partnered with Lahai Health to offer basic healthcare and Medical Teams International for dental. Through these engaging partnerships, we are able to provide weekly blood pressure checks, blood glucose checks, foot care, fall prevention clinics, and a wide array of dental services at no cost.
Free Community Meals
We serve delicious, nutritious, restaurant-quality meals three times a week in a safe and comfortable indoor setting. All are welcome!
Monday Dinner: 4-6 pm
Location: Greenwood Senior Center
525 N 85th Street, between Dayton
Ave. and Fremont Ave. N.
(Bus: #5 & #45)
Tuesday Dinner: 4-6 pm
Wednesday Lunch: 11 am-1 pm
Location: St. John United Lutheran Church
(Fellowship Hall entrance in back)
5515 Phinney Ave. N., across from
Woodland Park Zoo (Bus: #5)
Free Medical Clinic
Every Wednesday, 11 am – 1 pm
In partnership with Lahai Health
A doctor is available every week to offer preventative and primary healthcare services. Patients have access to full medical exams, resources to obtain low to no-cost prescriptions, lab tests, and referrals to medical specialists. They also offer foot care clinics on a regular basis.
Our medical services partner Lahai Health is a clinic providing health care to underserved individuals and families in King and Snohomish Counties.
They donate their time and talents to care for our community in order to make a difference. “We want our lives to mean something. We work alongside others who share a desire to find solutions for the thousands who fall through the cracks of the system.”
Free Dental Clinic
On hold- volunteers needed!
In partnership with Medical Teams International
Dentists, would you like to use your skills to serve the community? We partner with Medical Teams International to hold free dental clinics for anyone who needs them. Right now, we need volunteer dentists to maintain this important service. Volunteer or help us spread the word today!Volunteer for the dental clinic
Learn more about the Mobile Dental Clinic
Free Physical Therapy
Every Wednesday from 11 am to 1 pm
Provided by Emma Mitsui, PT, DPT, Therapydia
- One-on-one, hands-on treatments designed around your unique body and goals
- Tailored exercise programs to improve movement and function
- Pinpoint the root cause of your condition for lasting pain relief
Free Clothes & Shoes Store
Wednesdays, 11 am – 1 pm
In Partnership with Woodland Park Presbyterian Church
Pick up gently used clothes, shoes, sweaters, jackets, and hats. New underwear and socks are also available.
Free Hygiene and First Aid Store
Mondays, 4-6 pm
Wednesdays, 11 am-1 pm
We offer a wide variety of free hygiene supplies and first aid products, from shampoo and toothbrushes to antibiotic creams. Supplies are available during our Monday and Wednesday meals.
How to Help
Thank you for helping us build community bridges and for everyone who needs a helping hand or a meal.
- Volunteer: We couldn’t run the program without the help of our wonderful volunteers!
- Donate to our wish list: Purchase an item (or two!) from our Amazon Wish List, and they will go straight to our Hot Meal Program to serve our PhinneyWood community. Or bring items from this list to the Phinney Center.
- Donate bulk food or supplies: Contact [email protected] or 206.783.2244 if you have a donation of food or dining supplies.
Donate funds Volunteer
Happier at the PNA Hot Meal Program
Free meals are just a part of the picture
Dental Services come to the Hot Meal Program
In the news:
The Atlantic: “Who Will Run the Soup Kitchens?”
The Seattle Times: “Volunteers stay home, meal programs go to-go — and homeless feel the effect of social distancing from coronavirus”
Download a Hot Meal Program flyer
The Hot Meal Program is supported in part by Seattle Human Services and Food Lifeline.
Banner photo taken at the PNA Hot Meal program by David Inman