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Santa Fe, New Mexico, Kitchen Angels Free Meals For Homebound Persons

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Since our founding in 1992, Kitchen Angels has responded to the urgent needs of those in our community who have been overlooked by traditional service providers. Kitchen Angels serves those under the age of 60 who are living with a chronic or terminal illness, the elderly in severe medical crisis, and dependents (under the age of 12) of single parent clients. Our clients are homebound and experiencing a medical or health crisis due to disease, accident, surgery or hospitalization. Many of our clients are among our community's most vulnerable members. 

( My take on this organization is that this is great and I can think of many people needing a service like this in their city!)

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 in response to Cherokeeladyaz...   

Oh honey

Try to check into what I gave you and for your dogs see this

try to find a  place for your dogs or call the human society they can't strave to death. I know it is hard.

and try one or few of these but apply right now especially in the below link.


I love and care about you . I have been trying to get you to do some of these for a while. It is too bad your kids can't help you when you where there for them.

Please call the numbers I gave you. I wish the laws were different on the reservation..

love and I Know that doesn't pay the bills


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It would be great to have something like this here on the reservation. I am a non native widow living in the home of my husband . When he passed away all of our money to pay bills went too. I have a small social security check which covers my transportation for me and my wheel chair, but not utilities, food , clothing or medications . I am diabetic my accucheck runs from the mid to high 1oo's to 419 recently. I have no one here to load my wheel chiar or have gas money to get to a dr 100 miles away in Gallup, NM. That is where i also have to go to the er as well.

I was told by IHS that i should not be using even the er for any reason, since i am non-navajo and have no cencus number of my tribe /Cherokee.

I need food, and water for drinking, cooking and laundry, "grand ma" pull ups, and other personal hygene items as well... Is there help out there some where. My dogs have not been fed in days and have started to try to kill the weaker ones so they dont eat the food that is available.... No food bank here, when there was one it was only junk food given out . 

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