Weld County Emergency Shelter Options
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Organization AddressPhone NumberPopulation ServedRestrictions/Requirements for ProgramGoal of ProgramLength of StayRemoved From ProgramGetting ConnectedAdditional ServicesHousing?Hours of OperationOther Info
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A Woman Place
2620 E Prospect Rd #160,
Fort Collins, CO 80525
970-221-4977Male and Female DV victimsCase by case—screening processSupport, basic advocacy, client centered support30 daysN/ACall- screening [location of shelter is confidential]Counseling, groups, legal advocacy, ways of seeking safetyEverything is provided in shelter at no costCan provide services for ppl not staying in shelter
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Greeley Transitional House1206 10th St, Greeley, CO 80631970-352-3215FamiliesBackground check, sobriety, willing and able to workIndependent living 60 daysNot working, breaking sobrietyReference from DHS, Human Services, Guad. Shelter, 211, school district, word of mouth Case management, life skills classes, Tenant educational program (rights, how to read a lease, etc.) Shelter houses 12 families, also have partnerships with landlords, separate aptsOffice open from 8-5; 24 hour shelter, applications can be accepted on the weekend but not processed until weekday
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Guadalupe Shelter
1442 N 11th Ave, Greeley,
CO 80631
970-353-6433Families, single men & womenSober, have or looking for employment, save money for when they get outIndependent living120 daysBreaking sobriety, no job, violence, or breaking any other rulesWalk-ins, DHS, 211Case management, life skills classes Housing at guadalupe apartments, requires Housing Choice Vouchers, 47 total units24/7Required to be gone during the day
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Intervention Community Corrections Services (ICCS)1101 H St, Greeley,
CO 80631
970-584-2520Only accepts parolees, diversion, court orders, and probation clientsSobriety; rule books – 36 pages super strictReintegrate parolees felony offenders successfully into societyDepends on sentencing – case-by-case basis Violating terms and agreements; rules; --> go back to jailCourt ordered referralcommunity corrections, branch of intervention—provide private probation offices, urine analysis, breath analysisHave to be referred through court order24/7Working with the Be Smart program trying to be positive aspect, for every negative behavior find four positive[behaviors]-implemented 2 years ago
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Oxford House2300 Plains Ct, Fort Collins, CO 80521970-797-2214Male/Female recovering addicts & alcoholicsRecovering; no sex offendersSobriety – independence – like-minded people living/working together to achieve a goalNo limit Breaking sobriety or rules Probation, parole, HS, Social Services, DHS, Daniel Fuchs- daniel.fuchs@oxfordhouse.orgHold service positions in order to run the houses; Drug testing 2 times a week 2 in Greeley, 2 FT Collins, 1 Loveland; $200 deposit, $500/mnth includes everything except food/hygiene, ~8 ppl per house, family/comfortable living environmentLive-in programInsurance not accepted, have to be out of the house 9am-3pm each day, self-support
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The Rock Foundation1542 7th Ave
Greeley, CO 80631-4136
970-352-9571Medium to high risk of rescinding paroleesReferral from parole; motivated to workBecome independent—stable job, own housing etc.Depends on sentencing – case-by-case basis Violating parole, not being accountable or transparentParole referralComplete MRT Program to gain work certification [forklift training, etc.], help with deposit for next living arrangement, food helpWork to pay rent—required to be enrolled in program,screening process- $500-$600/monthM-Th 8:30-5MRT(therapy);Pro-social activity @ night
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The Way Home for WomenGreeley, CO
970-388-2919
Women with addictionsMin. of 10 days sober; no sex/violent offenders; case by caseSobriety through the power of Christ90 days; some stay for up to a year [case by case] Breaking sobriety or rules Call Emmalee any time --970-388-2919Groups; Mentors; Housing; treatment, etcLive-in facility-$400/month; covers all costs- food, lodging, counseling, etc. Live-in program
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Hope At Miracle Shelters
Fort Lupton, CO 720- 517- 6617
Families with children
under 18
Background test, no drugs or alcoholStable Housing
30-60 days
Since housing is scarce,
if a family is on the right
track, the length of
stay may be extended
Violence,
breaking rules,
continued discipline
Web page
http://hopeatmiraclehouse.org/

Partnered with churches—
First United Methodist,
Crossroads Church,
7th Day Adventist Church
Case Management-
provides resources for
resume, job search,
places to rent,
social services
connections, etc.
October 1 -- March
7am-7pm
7 days a week
Continued support even after
someone moves out of
their program
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Almost Home
231 N Main St.
Brighton, CO
80601
303-659-6199
Shelter serves families;
Utility Assistance can be
given to singles and families
Shelter- pass drug test,
must be from Weld/Adam County
Rental Assistance- source of income,
up to date on rent, one-time assistance
Shelter- finding housing
Rental Assistance- no
eviction, stabilization
Shelter- typically 45 days
(extensions on case by
case basis)
Violence, non-compliance,
arriving after hours, not
keeping up assigned
responsibilities (ie keeping
space clean),
police involvement
Brief phone questionaire
to determine if you fit the
qualifications, will schedule
in person apointment
afterwards
For people leaving the
shelter, they can help
with the first month's
rent and deposit
if necessary.
Rental and Utility assistance
maxed at $500.
Office hours: M-F 9-5
24-hour shelter
3 months after utilizing the rental
assistance program they will
follow up to make sure the family
is stable- 85% success rate.
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