Child and Migrant Services, Inc.

Farm workers are a critical component of the 22 million dollar fruit production sector of Mesa County. However, they face unique challenges, when they arrive and during their integration to our community. CMS empowers their skills and strengthens their community connectedness. Help us meet our goal!

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Hospitality Center

Class

Human Services 

Beneficiaries

Adults
Children (4-12 years)
Families
Immigrants, Newcomers, Refuges
Migrant Workers

Description

The CMS Hospitality Center offers a wide variety of services to migrant and seasonal farm workers and their families in Mesa County. We provide information and referral to community resources including health care providers, access to basic needs assistance, a year-round food pantry, hot meals, as well as emergency assistance.

The majority of our members are migrant and settled farm workers of Latino heritage.

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Evidence of Program's Success

Migrant and seasonal farm workers are able to meet their basic needs while living and working in Mesa County. Client testimonials and program service data show that workers and their family members benefit from safety net services and linkage to community resources, including health care access. The Hospitality Center is a place for respite, camaraderie and building community.

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