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Matt 25 is a cross-cultural, multi-denominational, community-based effort to pool resources, experiences, and energies to help those in need. At the Hope Center, our goal is to provide a neutral, easily accessible, prominent site in the community where people can access needed services. This is an excellent opportunity for volunteer involvement in Clovis.  We are a 501(c)3 corporation. 

The agences and ministries who are housed in this building can work together to meet an individual or family's needs. When a person walks through the door of the Hope Center, they are usually looking for one agency in particular to meet a certain need or answer some questions they may have.  However, as staff talks to them, they may discover that another agency/ministry can assist them in another way.  There is great synergy and a spirit of collaboration as we partner together to meet the needs of the whole person.  The benefit for our tenants is they can teach each other about different resources and it helps build a great community within the building. We'd love to have you come in and pay us a visit.

American Red Cross

1-800-560-2302

Providing emergency services throughout the community and in a five county area.

Big Brothers-Big Sisters

575-627-2227

Helps youth who need a positive role model in their life connect with an adult willing to mentor them (Amanda Ware point of contact).

Bread of Life Ministries

575-693-7693

Free distribution of food and clothes along with limited financial assistance.

Saturdays 8:30am-10:30am. Closed on the 5th Saturday of the month. Closed on a Saturday closest to a national holiday.

Eastern Plains Community Action Agency

Clovis 575-769-1094
Portales 575-356-6038

Emergency assistance for low- income households/people (when funds are available):

  • Food, Rent, Medical, information/ referrals

CACFP (Child & Adult Care Food Programs

  • Provides meal reimbursements for eligible daycare providers.

  • Provides training on Nutrition and Child Development 

(Portales) Mon – Tue 11 – 4 (Clovis) Wednesday – Friday 11-4 PM.

Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails

575-554-5665

The Girl Scout mission is to build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. They will learn what it means to be a leader and find their voice- all while earning badges and having fun with their friends.

Monday-Wednesday 10am – 4pm or call for an appointment.

La Casa Summer Food Program

575-935-8100

The La Casa Family Health Center Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) ensures that all children continue receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. In Clovis, we will serve over 24,000 breakfasts and 75,000 lunches. 

8:00 – 5:00pm M-W-F business hours.

La Casa Family Health Center Outreach

575-935-8100

  • ISD Application help

  • Insurance application help

  • Health education classes and resources

  • Car seat program

Life Skills Learning Center

575-935-4411

“Learning to Live, learning to Love” provides tools to learn to break free from the past, develop emotional maturity, rebuild lives and learn how to create healthy inter-personal relationships. State certified domestic violence offender treatment.  Counseling services including substance abuse counseling, family, PTSD, and others.  Bilingual counseling available.  Hold classes for teen court.  

Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

Matt 25 Programs

575-763-4400

  • Whiz Kids Tutoring. A program helping local churches partner with Clovis Municipal Schools to provide tutoring help for elementary students.

  • Gabriel’s Garden. Community Garden grown on-site to assist low income families with fresh produce

  • Medical Closet. Collect medical equipment (walkers, wheelchairs, shower chairs, etc.) to assist people  

      in need

  • Emergency Food. Agencies refer clients for needed food, household items, etc.

Meals on Wheels

575-714-6325

Delivers independence to elderly and homebound individuals through nutrition, safety checks, and friendly smiles. By appointment.

9 AM - 1 PM office hours.

New Beginnings

575-935-4GLU (4458)

Operates halfway house for released inmates. Gives stable housing, job development, counseling, etc. to help with reintegration. 

Monday-Friday 10am-2pm.

New Mexico Legal Aid

575-769-2326
833-545-4357 Albuquerque Intake Hotline

Free legal services for New Mexicans in civil cases, including:

  • TANF, Food Stamps, SSI Social Security, other public benefits

  • Housing Rights

  • Consumer Problems

  • Native American Rights

  • Farm Worker’s Rights

  • Domestic Violence and Family Law

Ronald McDonald House

575-935-3500
806-744-8877

  • Assists families with ailing children by providing a place for the family to stay while their child is receiving hospital services.

United Way

2-1-1 or 575-935-0211

Uniting Neighbors, Changing Lives, 211 Help Directory and also has a career closet called Successful You with professional clothing for interviews.

Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm

Vet Fed Care Net

703-650-5163

Performs physical and mental health examinations on veterans for disability determination. Appointments are made through Vet Fed network.

Volunteer Action Center

Individuals, groups, companies, Local non-profits, agencies and organizations wishing to give back and make a difference can find projects and “Volunteer Needs and events” waiting for them at our website or call 2-1-1 to get involved.