HOME DELIVERED MEALS
are delivered to frail and homebound clients each weekday. Hot
meals prepared daily are available to qualified individuals and
frozen meals are delivered to clients that are out of the
immediate care area. For details on qualifications and available
areas, please email or call our office.
homemaker services started in 2000. Staff helps meets the needs
of frail clients by performing light housekeeping tasks around
the house once a week. For details and a qualification screening
contact our office by email or phone.
(Health Insurance Benefits
Staff and volunteers at the Cloudcroft center are trained to
offer assistance with any insurance needs. We can help with
supplements, Medicare problems, SSI, or medicines that may be
out of reach financially. Contact us by email or phone to visit
with a trained counselor today.
Regularly scheduled recreation programs are available at our Cloudcroft
Center. cards, games, dances, sing-a-longs, and special parties
are held throughout the year. For a list of activities for the
current month check our calendar of events page. Recreational
trips are scheduled frequently throughout the year. Check with
our office for special trips to see the sights in New Mexico.
HEALTH AND NUTRITION
Nutrition classes sponsored by the Otero County Extension
Office are offered throughout the year. Flyers and other printed
materials are distributed several times a year and are intended
to remind our clients about the importance of attention to their
nutritional needs. Blood pressures and blood glucose checks are offered every
Thursday. These services performed by the Cloudcroft EMS
volunteers are a great benefit to our program and are offered at
the Cloudcroft Center.
A treadmill and stationary bike will be
available at the Cloudcroft Center by Fall 2001.
55 Alive driving courses are offered at least twice a year.
Contact our office to get your name on a list for the next
Fax and computers are available for use at our Cloudcroft
A lending library is available at