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Our Services

A Loving Spoonful’s services include: the Daily Meals Program, Family Pantry Program, Emergency Services Program, Community Support Meal Program, Pre-Natal Program and MAT Program.

Our new catering social enterprise will help to sustain the above programs.

As the cost of food continues to rise it is challenging for many of our vulnerable or at-risk populations. A high quality and nutritious meal is being harder and harder to access, which has resulted in increased referrals and requests for meal support.

Through a series of health and nutrition programs that are individually tailored to meet the specific needs of our varied client base, we aim to improve body weight, nutrition absorption, quality of life and – ultimately – independence and food security in a mutually respectful and empathetic environment.

Our Services

Are you or someone you know living with HIV in Metro Vancouver and in need of nutritional support? A Loving Spoonful offers a meal program and nutritional counseling to improve the quality of life for individuals and families affected by HIV.

A Loving Spoonful provides temporary meal service; usually for a 3 month or 6 month term, to individuals who are HIV positive and referred by a health care professional.

A Loving Spoonful’s Daily Meals Program has expanded to include the Family Pantry Program. This program provides fresh fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy, proteins and snacks to support families referred to the program.

A Loving Spoonful’s Emergency Services Program: providing full nutritional support to hospital discharges and homebound individuals with an acute medical need who have no mobility for 6 weeks. We also may provide a 7-10 one time emergency meal provision where there is a time sensitive transition to the standard Daily Meals Program.

Through innovative and collaborative partnerships A Loving Spoonful provides subsidized meal support to vulnerable populations living in Single Room Accommodations.

Are you struggling to access healthcare and support services after receiving an HIV diagnosis? We’ve made it easier for you by compiling a list of clinics and AIDS Serving Organizations (ASOs) to help you find the best fit for your unique needs. Check out our local list of community resources available to support individuals living with HIV.

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