Senior Resources

Meals for Curbside Pick-Up

Every Friday from 11:30am to 12:30pm at the Mary Phillips Senior Center (41845 Sixth St.) until normal operations are restored. We encourage seniors to call in advance to reserve their meal. For more information or to reserve your meal, please call 951-694-6464. If you are a senior (60+) and are not a member of the Senior Nutrition Program, please print and fill out the application and bring it with you. 

Home Delivered Meal Program

The Home Delivered Meals Program through the Riverside County Office on Aging is for individuals 60 years of age or older who may be at nutrition risk due to transportation or health issues that prevent them from taking care of their own nutritional needs. For more information regarding this program, please call the Office of Aging at 1-800-510-2020.

Aging & Disability Resource Connection of Riverside County

For information and assistance on the most sought-after contract or referral services available to Riverside County’s seniors, please call the Office of Aging at 1-800-510-2020. Assistance specialists will connect callers to the appropriate service.

Temecula Noon Rotary Club/ Senior Outreach Committee

If you are or know of a senior at home that is in need (IE: a call to lift their spirits, food box to be delivered, medicine to be picked up, etc.), the Temecula Noon Rotary Club would love help! Please call 951-445-7204. 

National Council on Aging

For valuable tools and resources available to seniors, please visit

Community Mission of Hope

Here to help in times of crisis, the Community Mission of Hope offers senior residents of Temecula, Murrieta, Aguanga and Anza a free box of fresh food and commodities Monday through Friday, 10am to 12pm, via a drive-through service. After your first visit, a Case Manager will contact you for a phone intake. For more information, please visit or call 951-444-1404.

Synergy Homecare

Available to provide assistance with delivery medication and other basic essentials. For more information, or to request assistance, please call 951-296-2214.

Grandparent Scams

The Federal Trade Commission warns seniors of potential scams related to Coronavirus, and encourages anyone receiving a family emergency call to resist the urge to act immediately, verify the caller’s identity, and do not send cash, gift cards or money transfers. For more information, please visit their website here

For additional help and information, please call the Mary Phillips Senior Center at 951-694-6464. Staff members are available to direct your call and provide support where needed. Our team of caring staff will also be making weekly calls to check on our local seniors. 

Grocery Stores with Senior Hours

Senior Hours: 7am-9am daily
30530 Rancho California Rd
31960 Temecula Pkwy

Senior Hours: 8:30am-9:30am Tuesdays and Thursdays
29655 Rancho California Rd.

Barons Market 
Senior Hours: 9am-10am daily
31939 Rancho California Rd.

Senior Hours:  8am-9am Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays only
26610 Ynez Rd.

Food 4 Less
Senior Hours: 6am-7am daily
26419 Ynez Rd

Organic Roots
Senior Hours: 8am-9am daily
40458 Winchester Rd.

Stater Bros
Senior Hours: 7am-8am daily
31813 Temecula Pkwy

Senior Hours: 6am-7:30am daily
33145 Temecula Pkwy

Senior Hours: 8am-9am Tuesdays and Wednesdays only
29676 Rancho California Rd

Trader Joe’s
Senior Hours: 8am-9am daily
40665 Winchester Rd

Senior Hours: 7am-9am daily
29530 Rancho California Rd

Senior Hours: 6am-7:30am Tuesdays and Thursdays only
40435 Winchester Rd


CVS (free pharmacy delivery)
31771 Rancho California Rd
Store hours: 7am-9pm

Rite Aid
Senior Hours: 9am-10am daily
31797 CA-79
39782 Winchester Rd