Bluff Area Mutual Aid

We're Bluff Area Mutual Aid, also known as BAMA. 

As Bluff and the surrounding communities prepare for the onset of COVID-19, it is more important than ever that we support each other. Rural areas across the country will be hit hard by this virus, as local hospitals will be under strain and food shortages are expected. The Bluff area, and our neighbors on the Navajo Nation and the Ute Mountain Ute Nation, are no exception.

That's why we're stepping up to form a mutual aid network for the greater Bluff area. We can be the most resilient if we work together to ensure that our neighbors and communities are cared for. For those that are unable to leave their homes because of COVID-19, were are here for you. We are offering support for individuals and families in greater Bluff area as they are available, including: Deliveries, food, water, firewood, diapers, toilet paper, hygiene products, help applying for unemployment benefits, and information.

This service is free but we need your help to make these deliveries possible! Please lend your support to our campaign to help the communities of Bluff, the Utah portion of the Navajo Nation, and White Mesa areas!

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Bluff Area Mutual Aid 
Bluff, UT
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