Healthy Foods and Wellness

The Neighborhood House has transformed our institutional food services to a farm-to-table model so that our low-income clients can eat, access and learn to use healthy, fresh, locally-sourced and sustainable foods to improve their overall health and well-being. 

Executive Chef Lynn Loflin, with her Sous Chef and kitchen staff, now serves more than 90% fresh produce (roughly 50% of it locally-sourced), locally-grown and milled whole grains and sustainably harvested fish and local organic meat in creative menus, with selections such as fresh pollock from the Gulf of Maine, bulgur burgers, quinoa pilaf and – most local of all – salad made with arugula harvested from our Green Roof and Garden. We serve over 400,000 meals annually to clients throughout our programs including three meals a day in our Women's Mental Health Shelter and the Center @ Lenox Hill Neighborhood House.


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Healthy MEALS

Healthy MEALS

community supported agriculture (csa)

community supported agriculture (csa)

The Teaching Kitchen

The Teaching Kitchen