After School & Winter Break Supper Meals Program for Children

The Supper Meals Program for Children provides warm meals after school in City community centers and other locations during the APS school year and winter break.

Contact Us

Supper Meal Program for Children

(505) 767-5817

Community Recreation Administrative Office

(505) 767-5800

A city employee hands a packaged lunch to a child in a park.

Supper Meals Program

The Supper Meal program provides Albuquerque children with warm meals to enjoy after school and during winter break. Supper Meals are available to all children. The meals are automatically provided to all registered CABQ community center program participants. If your child is not registered in a community center program and would like to receive Supper Meals, please contact the site ahead of time to ensure your meal is ordered.

For information on Summer Meals visit Summer Food Service Program for Children.

Please note that dates, times, and locations are subject to change. Please check this page regularly for the most up-to-date information. Please contact the site directly for serving times. All meals will be served on a first-come, first-served basis.

Dates & Times

  • Meals are served Monday through Friday during the school year, in conjunction with the schedule at Albuquerque Public Schools
  • Winter Meals are served during site hours Monday through Friday during APS Winter Break. Please contact each site for the schedule
  • Serving times vary at each location, so please call the site directly for serving times
  • Meals will be served at each location for one hour.

2021 Winter Break Meal Sites

Rules for Participants

  • Supper Meals are provided to all registered community center participants
  • Supper Meals are available to all children. Non-registered participants, please contact the site ahead of time to ensure your meal is ordered
  • All meals will be served on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Must be ages 1–18 to participate in the program
  • We ask that face masks be worn, if possible
  • Any misconduct that disrupts the Supper Meal Program will not be tolerated.

Table: 2021 Winter Break Supper Meal Sites

Updated Dec. 6, 2021. Sites are subject to change.

Location Name & Address Phone
Alamosa Community Center:
6900 Gonzales Road SW
Barelas Community Center:
801 Barelas Road SW
Cesar Chavez Community Center:
7505 Kathryn SE
Dennis Chavez Community Center:
715 Kathryn SE
Heights Community Center:
823 Buena Vista SE
Herman Sanchez Community Center:
830 Williams SE
Holiday Park Community Center:
11710 Comanche Rd NE
Jack Candelaria Community Center:
400 San Jose SE
Jeanne Bellamah Community Center:
11516 Summer Street NE
Joan Jones Community Center:
3928 Rincon NW
Loma Linda Community Center:
1700 Yale SE
Los Duranes Community Center:
2920 Leopoldo NW
Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center:
501 Elizabeth Street SE (Only on 12/26 and 1/2)
McKinley Community Center:
3401 Monroe NE (No meals 12/21)
Mesa Verde Community Center:
7900 Marquette NE
North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center:
7521 Carmel Ave NE
Singing Arrow Community Center:
13001 Singing Arrow SE
Snow Park Community Center:
9501 Indian School Road NE (No meals 12/21)
Taylor Ranch Community Center:
4900 Kachina Street NW
Thomas Bell Community Center:
3001 University SE
Wells Park Community Center:
500 Mountain Road NW
West Mesa Community Center:
5500 Glenrio NW
Westgate Community Center:
1400 Snow Vista SW

Bernalillo County Sites

Location Name & Address Phone
Los Padillas Community Center:
2117 Los Padilla Road SW
Mountain View Community Center:
201 Prosperity SE
Raymond G. Sanchez Community Center:
9008 4th Street NW

Other Sites

Location Name & Address Phone
S. Broadway First Choice Community Health Care:
1401 William Street SE
S. Valley First Choice Community Health Care:
2001 N. Centro Familiar SW


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