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Echo Inc

Echo Inc
401 S. Commercial Farmington, NM 87401
Services Offered:

Economic  Council Helping Others, Inc. provides numerous services to low-income  individuals and families in San Juan County. These services include the  following:

  • Commodity  Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) - assists income qualified seniors 60  years or older, monthly, with nutritious foods, basic nutrition  information and recipes.

  • The  Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) - is provided monthly in  emergency food boxes for resident low income individuals, families and  other feeding programs in the area such as soup kitchens, shelters and  pantries. Please bring your Picture I.D for adults and proof of physical  address.

  • Emergency  Food Boxes, hygiene kits and infant boxes (EFB) are provided up to 4  times in twelve months for individuals or families in crisis with  Picture ID for adults, other legal document for minors.

  • Agency Surplus Program (ASP) provides both food and non-food items at or below cost to other non-profit feeding programs.

  • Food  and Nutrition (FaN) monthly special diet boxes are provided to  individuals on specially prescribed diets (such as medically fragile,  diabetes, etc.) who cannot qualify for other programs. Please provide a  letter from your family doctor, proof of physical address, proof of  household income and a Picture I.D. Supplies limited.

  • Fresh  Produce Program (FPP) provides fresh produce as available, free of  charge to low income individuals, families and other feeding programs as  they are picking up any other qualified benefit.

  • Holiday  Food boxes - Merry Christmas/Thanksgiving are available during holidays  in cooperation with other Service providers. Picture ID for adults, any  other legal document for minors, proof of physical address &  household incomes.

  • BackPack  School Pantry Program (BPP) provides individually packaged, kid-  friendly foods in nondescript backpacks to area Elementary School Food  Pantries. School personnel determine children at risk for returning home  to empty shelves and send the food home with information on assistance  to families.

  • Volunteering  Program (VIP) provides on the job training to individuals (16 years or  older if unaccompanied by adult); a safe, fun, supportive environment  for adults to learn skills prior to re-entering the job market; a  variety of tasks for community minded families and individuals;  corporate groups looking for ways to serve the community while they work  on team building skills; college and school clubs and classes, scouts;  church youth groups and other civic clubs.

  • Community  Service Worker Program (CSWP) provides a volunteer job site for youth  (17 years or older) and adults who need to satisfy pre-sentencing, court  mandated or re-habilitation ordered community service hours.

  • Job Site Programs are provided in cooperation with a number of local job training programs for special needs youth and adults.

Requirements:

All ages, everyone is welcome

How to Access Services:

Call 505.326.3770

Direct/Emergency Contact: