Welcome to the

Community Services Center

What is Community Services Center &

What do we do?

 

Community Services Center is a nonprofit organization based out of Portales, NM. Our main purpose is to improve the quality of life for as many people as we can. We do this by offering quality programs and services that strive to meet the needs of the general public. Year after year, we provide services to hundreds of people in Roosevelt County and surrounding areas.

Mission Statement

The mission of Community Services Center is to provide on-going opportunities to empower all of the people of Roosevelt County to collaborate in reducing community problems. This enlightened concept will become the norm of the community.

In meeting the needs of the public we address issues by groups:

Seniors

  • Senior hunger

  • Home bound seniors unable to cook for themselves

  • Senior loneliness

  • Senior boredom

  • Handicapped adults requiring supervision

  • Medical transportation for those with Medicaid

  • Food pantry assistance

  • Utility assistance 

Adults

  • Medical transportation for those with Medicaid

  • Handicapped adults requiring supervision

  • Food pantry assistance

  • Utility assistance 

DISCLAIMER: Community Services Center has a zero tolerance policy regarding drug and alcohol use by its employees.

Programs & Services

Offered

 
  • Adult Day Care

    Designed to provide assistance for handicapped adults who are considered to be at risk and require care and supervision during the day.

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  • Personal Homecare

    State approved Medicaid program designed to improve the quality of life for consumers 21 years of age or older who are disabled or elderly. Trained caregivers assist in home setting.

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  • Non-Emergency Medical Transportation

    Offered to Medicaid recipients. Provides transportation from home to doctor's appointment and back home. Transportation provided across New Mexico and 150 miles into West Texas.

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    information

  • Food Pantry

    Offered to all individuals in need of food assistance. Two bags with assorted goods are provided and juice if available. Individuals may receive food every three months. 

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  • Foster Grandparent Program

    Purpose is to have seniors assist children who need more individual attention. Assist children with reading and provide one-on-one tutoring. Paid

    (tax-free) stipend of $3.00 per hour.

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  • Retired Senior Volunteer Program

    Offers volunteers over the age of 55 the opportunity to make significant contributions to government and non-profit agencies. Help community to be better place.

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  • Senior Companion Program

    Purpose is to create volunteer community service opportunities for low income individuals age 55 and over. Provide supportive services to assist adults with exceptional needs and companionship. 

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  • Senior Meal Site

    Prepares and serves nutritious meals in a congregate setting. Offered to seniors and general public and served Monday through Friday from 11:30 am until 1:00 pm. 

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  • Home Delivered Meals

    Offered to seniors age 60 or over who are home bound. Meals are delivered Monday through Friday from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. A home assessment is required. 

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  • National Family Caregiver Program

    Goal of program is to provide temporary respite care to those who are home bound residents. Must be 60 years of age or older. No income qualifications.

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  • Utility Assistance

    Assistance with gas heating bills.

    *Call to see if funds are available

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    information

  • Medical Equipment Loan Bank

    We have a collection of medical equipment available to lend to individuals. Call to check what we have in stock. 

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    information

 

Senior Meal Site & 

Home Delivered Meals 

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