The Isle of Man Department of Health and Social Care has issued leaflets regarding options for Meals on Wheels customers following cuts.
Last month the department announced it would end a contract with charity Age Concern, which costs around £150,000 a year, on 12 January 2018.
Following the announcement Age Concern claimed the DHSC had not consulted with them, and that residents aged between 90 to 102 depend on the service.
Age Concern, formerly Age Isle of Man, have been providing meals to people since 2008, but now two different suppliers have been named.
Health Minister Kate Beecroft defended her department's decision to end the contract, saying in a Tynwald sitting, "Nobody is going to be left unsupported if they need support."
A statement issued by the DHSC said: "Everyone currently receiving meals – around 300 people in total – has today been contacted by the Department and assured they will be provided with support if they need it."
The Meals on Wheels leaflet explains the meal options available and details a number of additional services and benefits not currently available.
Anyone who has any queries or would like more information should contact Adult Social Care by telephoning 686179.