Nutrition Services RFPQ Training. Last updated 12/20/2023

Nutrition Services UCR Guide

Nutrition Services Billing & Reporting

Nutrition Services Goals

  • Reduce hunger, malnutrition and food insecurity
  • Promote socialization
  • Promote the health and well-being of older people

Reporting Requirements for Congregate and Home Delivered Meals

  • Participant Name
  • Prime# or UCR Alt ID
  • Date and Score of Nutrition Risk Assessment
  • Number of meals provided for the month
  • Program under which the meals were authorized.
Nutrition Education:

Congregate meal providers must provide and report nutrition education quarterly.

Home-delivered meal providers must provide and report nutrition education annually.

The nutrition education report must contain:

  • The topic discussed
  • The date and location of presentation
  • The name of the presenter
  • The title of the presentation
  • The names and prime number or organization ID of who attended the education

Congregate Meals

  • Adults 60+ and their spouses (regardless of age)
  • Individuals with disabilities (regardless of age) who reside with an older adult
  • Volunteers (regardless of age) providing services during meal hours.
  • People 50+ Aging with HIV/AIDS Long Term Survivors
Meal Requirements
  • Meals should be provided on-site at the frequency of at least one (1) hot meal per day, five (5) days a week.
  • Meet Nutritional Quality Standards
  • Complete Nutrition Risk Assessments annually
  • Complete Nutrition Education quarterly
  • Collect RealD Data
  • Develop a strategy to allow participants to make confidential donations for congregate meals
  • Develop an Emergency/Disaster Plan

Home-Delivered Meals

  • 60+ and homebound
  • Be the spouse of an eligible older adult
  • Disabled persons under 60 living in a housing facility where a senior meal site is located
  • 60+ unable to shop/cook for self
  • 60+ unable to tolerate group situations
  • Must be able to eat the meal in a reasonable time
  • 50+ person Aging with HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors
  • Multnomah County Resident


  • May be hot, cold, frozen, dried or canned with a satisfactory storage life.
  • Provide meals within two (2) business days of request.
  • Must have a plan to ensure participants receive meals during emergencies


  • Must take referrals from ADVSD and our contracted partners.
  • Gatekeeper for Adult Protective Services referrals.
  • Must develop a strategy that allows participants to make confidential donations.
  • Must report conditions of neglect, abuse, or exploitation. See the nutritoin training powerpoint slides for details.

Data Collection:

  • Collect RealD Data in UCR.
  • Nutrition Risk Assessment must be completed at intake and updated annually.
  • Home Delivered Meal (ADL/IADL) Assessment must be completed in-person and updated annually.

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