Native Community Food Distributions 
Over 65% of urban Natives living in Santa Fe experience food insecurity issues due to the high cost of living. Food is now available at the following locations:

The Santa Fe Indigenous Center distributes FREE bags of groceries and care bundles every other week at our Santa Fe location. 
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Our 2023 Native Community Food Distributions are 10am-12pm @ 1420 Cerrillos Road in Santa Fe –

  • Jan 6th, Jan 20th
  • Feb 3rd, Feb 17th
  • Mar 3rd, Mar 17th Mar 31st
  • Apr 14th, Apr 28th
  • May 12th, May 26th
  • Jun 9th, Jun 23rd
  • Jul 7th, Jul 21st
  • Aug 4th, Aug 25th
  • Sep 8th, Sep 22nd
  • Oct 6th, Oct 20th
  • Nov 3rd, Nov 17th
  • Dec 1st, Dec 15th  

In response to the increased need for food, the Santa Fe Food Depot has food distributions at different locations, click here for more information.

Thanks to the First Nations Development Institute for their generous support of our food programs.

Emergency Financial Assistance
The Santa Fe Indigenous Center provides Emergency Financial Assistance to the Native community of Santa Fe for those experiencing extreme financial hardships. Over the years the Santa Fe Indigenous Center has helped with funeral costs, eye glasses, food, emergency travel, utilities about to being shut off, eviction costs and more. If you would like more information or to see if you qualify for assistance, call 505-660-4210. 

Click Here to submit emergency financial assistance application online.

Special thanks to Blue Cross/Blue Shield of NM for their support of our Emergency Financial Assistance program.

Clothing & Food Distribution 
The Santa Fe Indigenous Center distributes clothing, household and health items when available. If you are interested in donating or are in need of donations, call the office 505-660-4210.

Resource Center
The Santa Fe Indigenous Center serves as a resource center for those seeking special services. We have lists of organizations that provide assistance with rent, food centers, low-cost housing, medical services, services for children & babies and more. If you are in need any special services, please call our office at 505-660-4210.

Mental Health Resources

Other Native health resources:

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