Elders Nutrition Program

Download: Elders Program Brochure (pdf); Elders Program Service Area (pdf)

Upcoming Elders Program Events:
To be announced

CIMC Elders Program Overview:

The California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc. (CIMC) administers six grants funded through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Community Living/Administration on Aging. The grants for the Elders Program are authorized in Title VI of the Older Americans Act.

The program is designed to provide a comprehensive and coordinated system of supportive and nutritional services for eligible Indian elders. Services are available at:

● Chico/Mechoopda Rancheria, Fort Bidwell Reservation, Pauma Reservation, and Scotts Valley Rancheria

● Cold Springs Rancheria and Susanville Rancheria

● Berry Creek Rancheria and Santa Ysabel Reservation

● Coyote Valley Reservation and San Pasqual Reservation

● Enterprise Rancheria and Mooretown Rancheria

● Tejon Indian Tribe and Upper Lake Rancheria

● Robinson Rancheria and Sherwood Valley Rancheria

● Big Sandy Rancheria and La Jolla Reservation

Each service responds to locally identified needs and improves the quality of life.





● Congregate Meals


Improve nutritional status, and reduce isolation through social interaction/visitation.


● Home Delivered Meals


Improve nutritional status, reduce isolation through social interaction/visitation with deliverer, and assess client’s home situation.


● Information and Assistance


Assess client situation, improve the quality of life, and promote independence.

(916) 564-2892 | (800) 640-2462 | TTY: (800) 748-5259 | FAX: (916) 641-6338

California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc. (CIMC) is funded in part by the U.S. Department of Labor.
CIMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.