Menus are designed to contribute to the wellness and healthy growth and development of young children and are available without regard to race, color, age, national origin, sex, disability or reprisal.
The Child and Adult Care Food Program makes meals available free of charge to students enrolled in Head Start Early Head Start programs throughout New Mexico and free or reduced meals to child and adult care programs which are qualified participants.
For more information about the CACFP, interested persons can call Beverly Billy, PMS Food Program Supervisor, at 505-320-6050.
Presbyterian Medical Services has been designing and delivering quality accessible integrated health, education, and human services in response to identified community needs since 1969. The organization largely serves rural and multi-cultural populations. For more information about Presbyterian Medical Services, please visit pmsnm.org or call 800-477-7633.