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Fort Collins Homeless Resource Guide
COVID-19 Service Provide Program Information
Up to date information on current services being offered by area agencies and temporary program changes as a result of covid-19.
For information on additional community resources, please visit United Way of Larimer County - https://uwaylc.org/.
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AgencyPhoneAddressSeeing clients in person?Additional Information send changes to hrg@summitstonehealth.orgWebsite
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* indicates a differnt number from normal service.
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Shelters/Meals
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Catholic Charities
(970) 484-5010
460 Linden Center DriveYES
Extended-Stay Program shelter beds available
for men, women and families. Emergency overflow beds available for women and
families only starting June19. Space is limited due to Covid-19 restrictions.
emergency overflow beds available for women and families only to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions. Entry time for emergency overflow families 4pm. Women’s emergency overflow line up in outdoor heated tent starting at 5:00 PM with entry and dinner stating at 7pm. All meals provided for guests staying overnight.
https://ccdenver.org/larimer-county-services/
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Fort Collins Rescue Mission
(970) 224-4302
1301 Blue Spruce Drive -temporary mens overnight shelter
316 Jefferson Street-main shelter (no client services currently being offered here)
YESEmergency overflow shelter for men with expanded space to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions located at 1301 Blue Spruce Drive, beginning November2nd. Nightly access begins at 5:30pm. Dinner served at 5:30pm in shifts. Breakfast served in the morning and bagged lunch provided to guests at breakfast. The property is closed 7am-5:30pm.https://fortcollinsrescuemission.org
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Family Housing Network
(970) 484-3342
1606 South Lemay Avenue, Suite 103YESFamilies in the shelter program will remain at one church facility for forseeable future. Still doing prescreens and case management by phone. http://www.faithfamilyhospitality.org
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Day Shelters
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Murphy Center
(970) 494-9940
242 Conifer StreetYESMulti-agency resource center, one-stop-shop of services. SummitStone Health Partners, Homeward Alliance, Catholic Charities, Veteran Services, Street Dog Coalition, Showers, Laundy, Mail, Computers, Digital Offices and more. Building Open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
-Limited Outdoor Day Services M-F 8am-5pm
-8am-10am check-in, health screenings, coffee/snacks
-9am Lottery for shower and laundry held in garden
-10am-4:30pm mail and locker access (as staff is available); Appointments

**New Saturday and Sunday services, 8am-1pm, Outdoor Day Services
-8am-10am Check-in and health screenings, Snack bags and juice (no coffee, no meals)
-8am-5pm: Outdoor heaters, portable bathrooms, drinking water, handwashing station
9am-4:30pm Mail and Locker access (as staff is available)
-Saturday and Sunday, showers, laundry, computer access and inside appointment are NOT available.
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Murphy Center FOR INCLEMENT WEATHER DAYS, SPECIFIC DETAILS WILL BE POSTED HERE970-494-9940242 Conifer Streetyes
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Catholic Charities
(970) 484-5010
460 Linden Center DriveCatholic Charities not currently operating as a day shelter
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Family Housing Network
(970) 484-3342
1606 South Lemay Avenue, Suite 103YESNew day center is OPEN! Modified hours are Monday-Saturday 9am-4pm. Families must complete an intake to gain access to the Day Center, and required to engage in case management as well. Each individual will need to wear a face mask (encouraged to bring their own, but staff will provide if necessary). Each individual will have temperatures checked and recorded prior to entering the building. Capacity to sere within the building at any time is 20 people.
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Westminster Presbyterian Church ONLY OPEN WHEN INCLEMENT WEATHER DAYS HAVE BEEN DECLARED1709 West Elizabeth StreetYES
specific days only
During Inclement Weather Days Westminster Presbyterian Church will be open for some guests for day shelter. Guests will be notified of inclement weather days at Murphy Center, Catholic Charities and Fort Collins Rescue Mission and given instructions on how to access; anyone is welcome, even if they aren't using other shelters.
-Additional bus support available
-Hours 8am-5pm
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Housing Information
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Neighbor to Neighbor* 970-488-23831550 Blue Spruce Dr, Fort Collins, CO 80524NOStill offering homelessness prevention and first month's rent assistance via phone appointments only. No in-person counseling sessions available at this time. Call 970-488-2383 to schedule a phone appointment.https://www.n2n.org
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Healthcare and Behavioral Health
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Alpha Center
(970) 239-2272
1212 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524Some ServicesStill seeing clients for some needs, not currently doing STI testing.https://thealphacenter.org
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Christ Clinic(970) 481-23903920 S Shields St, Fort Collins, CO 80526http://christclinicfc.org
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Family Medicine Center(970) 495-88001025 Pennock Place, Fort Collins, CO 80524
https://www.uchealth.org/locations/uchealth-family-medicine-center-fort-collins/
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Health District of Larimer County
(970) 224-5209
120 Bristlecone Dr, Fort Collins, CO 80524https://www.healthdistrict.org
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Larimer County Health Department
(970) 498-6700
1525 Blue Spruce Dr, Fort Collins, CO 80524https://www.larimer.org/health
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Northern Colorado Health Network
(970) 484-4469
400 Remington St #100, Fort Collins, CO 80524Some ServicesSeeing clients as minimally as possible face to face, clients may see differnt providers based on availability as they've reduced in office staff, case management services being done remotely. Syringe Access is still open, swithced to grab bags so clients do not have face to face contact with staff. Some testing services currently on hold, Suboxone clinic still running, recommended that clients call ahead of time. Check coloradohealthnetwork.org for up to date information.
https://www.coloradohealthnetwork.org/northern-colorado-aids-project
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Planned Parenthood
(970) 493-0281
825 South Shields St, Suites 4 - 7, Fort Collins, CO 80521Some ServicesCurrently taking appointments for urgent and time sensitive needs, annual exams not being scheduled until after April 20. Update per website.https://www.plannedparenthood.org
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UCHealth-PVH
(970) 495-7000
1024 S Lemay Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524YESHospital and Emergency Roomhttps://www.uchealth.org
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Salud Family Health Centers
(970) 484-0999
1635 Blue Spruce Dr, Fort Collins, CO 80524Regular medical services. Reported that as of 5/20 Salud is doing COVID testing. Tent set up in parking lot, free with insurance, $80 without. Available to people who are symptomatic, believe they've been eposed or work in public setting.
https://www.saludclinic.org/fort-collins-blue-spruce
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SummitStone Health Partners: 24/7 Crisis Services(970) 494-42001217 Riverside Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524YESMobile crisis counselors available 24/7/365. Walk-in behavioral health urgent care daily 8am-midnighthttps://www.summitstonehealth.org
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SummitStone Health Partners: PATH(970) 494-9940242 Conifer StreetYESBehavioral Health services offered on a walk-in basis Monday-Friday 9am-1pm. 1-4pm Behavioral Health counselors availble for in person, telehealth appointments and connecting to other SHP providers via telehealth.https://www.summitstonehealth.org
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UCHealth-Mountain Crest Behavioral Health Center(970) 207-48094601 Corbett DriveYESIOP services being offered virtually to ongoing clients. Intakes being screened via phone and then completed in person at Mountain Crest. Outpatient clinic moving to telehealth by end of the week of 3/23. Inpatient numbers are reduced to allow for single room occupancy, residenal clients being confined to their rooms, still receiving individual treatment.
https://www.uchealth.org/locations/UCHealth-Mountain-Crest-Behavioral-Health-Center/
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Employment
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People Ready(970) 490-59771708 East Lincoln Avenue #4YESOperating as normal, associates or new applicants should call before coming in. Main door locked but associates/applicants can still enter for necessary contact. Please call to arrange.
https://www.peopleready.com/customer/locations/fort-collins-co-1150
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Trojan Labor(970) 416-0070202 Airpark DriveYESNo chagnes to notewww.trojanlabor.com/fort-collins
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Larimer County Workforce Center(970) 498-6600200 West Oak StreetNOComputer lab is closed, appointmetns still availble via phone for other services.https://apps.larimer.org/workforce/
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Hand Up
(970) 439-1814 (Kristen direct)
NANOOver-the-phone employment support and Career Closet services (with a slight delay in turn around). Call Kristen Dewitt, Hand Up Case manager at 90-439-1814 to connect. Kristen also doing walk-in hours at Murphy Center Wednesday from 9am-noon, available during other hours via phone. Sign up to meet with her by contacting directly, or contacting Murphy Center front desk. https://www.homewardalliance.org/hand-up/
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Food Assistance
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Food Bank for Larimer County(970) 493-44771301 Blue Spruce Drive, Fort CollinsStill operating and providing food to community. Many ongiong changes to service and delivery. Food available at Food Bank buildings and many locations in the community. Updates available at foodbanklarimer.org Lunch Lab free meals for kids offered at varying locations (schools, parks, libraries, etc) through the county. Check HERE for lunch lab locations. https://foodbanklarimer.org
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Salvation Army(970) 207-44723901 South Mason StreetSit down breakfast not being served currently. To go breakfast, sack lunches, clotes, etc still available, go to South side of building window for supplies from 8:15-9:30am M-F until further notice.If outside of this time window, still come they will try to accomodate. Food boxes and hygiene items still available, please call ahead to coordinate or email lila.fernandes@usw.salvationarmy.org ; curb pick up. Utility and Rent assistance available via dorothy.durlin@usw.salvationarmy.org, specific qualifications apply, call or email questions. No laundry available at this time. Spiritual conseling and encouragement available via main phone line or above emails.https://fortcollins.salvationarmy.org
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FoCo Cafe(309) 368-1659225 Maple StreetNOTemporarily Closed - https://www.fococafe.org/ https://www.fococafe.org
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Poudre School District Free Meals-during closureGrab-and-go lunches available at 7 schoool sites throughout PSD including Laurel, Beattie, Bauder, Olander, Linton, Poudre High, Eyestone. See link in website columns for specific times.
https://www.psdschools.org/FreeMeals-SchoolClosures
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Serve 6.8 Resource Center970-449-54011239 East Drake RoadFinncial and Spiritual: resource navigation still available. Fill out "Need Help" form on website homepage, someone will be in touch asap. Food and Hygiene: 19 distribution centers in Serve 6.8 partner churches located across Ft. Collins, Windsor, Loveland, Wellington and Greeley. Visit website for list od days, times and locations of each distribution site. Food is currently offered 7 days a week for delivery, please submit a "Need Help" reques found on website.https://serve68.org
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Public Benefits
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Department of Human Services(970) 498-63001501 Blue Spruce Drive
https://www.larimer.org/health/health-department-general-info
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Dedicated Navigator Program(970) 494-9940242 Conifer StreetService currently suspended until further notice.
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Veteran Services
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Cheyenne VAMC Homeless Program
307-920-1752/ 307-509-9813
460 Linden Center Drive/242 Conifer StreetNOEmergency shelter programs, housing vouchers, VA enrollment, access to VA medical and mental health services. Staff now seeing clients in person: Tuesday am at Catholic Charities (Ft. Collins) and Thursday am at Housing Navigation Center (Greeley). Rotating in-person and virtual: Monday 11am-3pm at Murphy Center (Ft. Collins),Tuesday pm at Guadalupe Center (Greeley), and Friday am at Murphy Center. Please call Hunter at 307-920-1752 or Tabi at 307-509-9813, as needed.https://www.cheyenne.va.gov
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Larimer County Veteran Services970-498-7390200 West Oak Streethttps://www.larimer.org/veterans
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Veterans Compass970-658-5498215 West Oak Street, Suite 102https://veteranscompass.org
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Back Home Program, Volunteers of America
* 970-391-9925 (970) 999-5877 Betsy Sullivan Veterans Serivices
116 West Harvard Street, #4All staff working from home and available via phone and email. All services being offered remotely. Potential hotel vouchers available for veternas over 60 due to Corona Virus, call for inquiries.https://www.voa.org
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Clothing/Gear
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Junior League Career Closet970-482-05942900 Souuth College Avenue, Suite LBNOCloset currently not taking donations or appointments through at least March 31.
https://www.jlfortcollins.org/community-impact/junior-league-career-closet/
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Kid's Closet (First United Methodist Church)970-482-24361005 Stover Streetas of 3/26 evaluating plan. Currently not offering clothing, will provide update asap.
https://mhuw.communityos.org/zf/profile/service/id/304865
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Homeward Alliance (Murphy and night outreach van)242 Conifer StreetYESGear room access MWF mornings for guests with current intake at Murphy Center.
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The Dream Room970-493-2557316 West Mulberry StreetEmergency needs ONLY, meeting clients outside. Only taking referrals from other providers, not client direct asks at this time.
https://www.adoptiondreams.org/the-dream-room/
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Fort Collins Rescue Mission316 Jefferson StreetYesTuesdays 1pm-4pm in Chapel area staff are hosting a womens clothing closet, ongoing
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Other Resources
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Catholic Charities Senior Services (FC)970-494-9725Support with food boxes, resources, rent related issues, SNAP, OAP, insurance, advocacy, etc. All senior services currently being done via phone.
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Colorado Legal Services970-493-2891211 West Magnolia StreetYESID project closed until further notice. Applications for other legal services being taken by phone at 970-943-2891 or online at www.coloradolegalservices.org Office is closed to in-person appointments.https://www.coloradolegalservices.org
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Crossroads Safehouse970-482-3535421 Parker StreetYESVictims of domestic violence and/or intimate partner violence needing safe shelter can call the 24/7 line for screening. If victim seeking services does not have safe access to a phone, they may come to shelter in person to complete screening. https://www.crossroadssafehouse.org
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Disabled Resource Services970-482-27001017 Robertson Street, Unit BNOOffices closed until further notice. Staff still taking calls and working with clients via phone, please call. Loan closet (loaning of medical equipment like walkers, crutches, etc.) taking appointments. Call main number and Terry can make appointment for those needing to pick-up or return equipment.https://disabledresourceservices.org
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Downtown Transit Center970-221-6620250 North Mason StreetCurrently no fare or passes required. Busses currently running, with exception of some of the routes serving CSU (routes that run on campus). Transit centers (lobbies) closed to the public, phones still being staffed as normal 7:30-5 M-F. Additional busses added to 8/81 routes due to increased ridership. COVID ON DEMAND TAXI SERVICE(for routes that have been suspended): Call 970-225-4831 to schedule an on-demand trip. Trips must be scheduled the same day that the ride will be taken. Call center hours are Monday through Friday from 5:30 am to 8:00 pm and Saturday through Sunday from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm. http://www.ridetransfort.com
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Family Center/La Familia970-221-1615309 Hickory Street #5https://thefamilycenterfc.org
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Fort Collins Bike Co-Op970-484-97141501 North College Avenuehttp://fcbikecoop.org
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Homeward Alliance Peer Recovery Navigator* 970-539-7731242 Conifer StreetConnecting with individuals with substance use disorder over the phone to connect to MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) services. Call Lari Bangert 970-539-7731 to connect
https://www.homewardalliance.org/dedicated-navigator/
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Homeward Alliance Re-Entry Program* 970-305-3861242 Conifer StreetYESCurrently still taking referrals from DOC or self-referrals. To qualify individuals must be on parole or discharged from a DOC facility in last 12 months, along with other requriements. Please click link in column G to request a phone intake with one of our case managers. For any questions, call us at 970-305-3861.Bree will be at Murphy Center, Wednesday July 15 12-2pm for walk-in hours. Starting Monday, July 20 holding weekly walk-in hours 12-4pm.https://www.homewardalliance.org/re-entry/
https://www.homewardalliance.org/re-entry-program-intake-appointment-request-form/
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Larimer County Justice Center
https://www.larimer.org/facilities/justice-center
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Matthews House970-472-0609531 South College Avenue, 220 North Grant StreetStaff not transporting , practicing social distancing. Doing phone and email consult as much as possible.https://thematthewshouse.org
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Mckinney Vento Educational Resources970-420-3242PSD Child Nutrition Program sack lunches available at Riffenburgh Elementary 11am-noon daily, June 1-July 24, 1320 East Stuart Street, Fort Collins. Many other food pick up locations available, please see Food Assistance section above.
https://www.psdschools.org/programs-services/federal-programs/homeless-students
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Municipal court/Special Agency Session970-221-6800215 North MasonYESThe City of Fort Collins Municipal Court is operating its normal hearing schedule. If you are scheduled for a hearing, please use the north entrance to 215 N Mason and proceed through security screening on your assigned date. Walk-in customer service is open Monday through Friday from7:30AM to 11:30AM. This information is subject to change. Please check the Court’s webpage for the most current information, www.fcgov.com/municipalcourt or email court@fcgov.com if you have questions. Current Probation and SAS clients should contact Bernadette Felix at 970-416-8003 if they need assistance.
https://www.fcgov.com/municipalcourt/sas.php
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Outreach Fort Collins970-658-0088YESStaff back downtown Monday-Friday 9-5.https://www.outreachfortcollins.org
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Sava Center970-472-42044812 South College AvenueYESStill open for advocacy and therapy, either in person or via zoom/phone. Loveland office currently closed, tentatively opening early April. Fort Collins and Greely offices open. Rape crisis line still being staffed 24/7, crisis line is 970-472-4200https://savacenter.org
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Serve 6.8 Resource Center970-449-54011239 East Drake RoadFinncial and Spiritual: resource navigation still available. Fill out "Need Help" form on website homepage, someone will be in touch asap. Food and Hygiene: 19 distribution centers in Serve 6.8 partner churches located across Ft. Collins, Windsor, Loveland, Wellington and Greeley. Visit website for list od days, times and locations of each distribution site. Food is currently offered 7 days a week for delivery, please submit a "Need Help" reques found on website.https://serve68.org
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Social Security/IRS Office866-336-7385301 South Howes StreetNOClosed to walk in services. Phone and internet services still available.https://www.ssa.gov
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Street Dog Coalitionthestreetdogcoalition.orgYESStarting June 23, The Street Dog Coalition will be returning to The Murphy Center every Tuesday from 2pm to 3pm. The Street Dog Coalition remains committed to providing the best possible support for both ends of the leash, providing free one health veterinary services to unsheltered individuals. Please sign up in advance at the front desk; walk-ups appointments are not guaranteed. Due to COVID-19, all clients will be required to wear PPE and be mindful of social distancing. Additionally, dogs should be on leashes and cats in carriers.
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4 Paws Pet Pantry970-484-7297328 South Link LaneWednesday and Saturday 12-2pm, if there is a pet food emergency please call and leave a message.http://4pawspetpantry.org/
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Colorado Mask ProjectLink to a google survey for either making masks to be disributed, or to request non-medical masks. This link specifically for shelters and homeless service providers. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ecld1r2OIPeH4j0mvJ0ZHU4J58q6ZYi6qBOA91617kw/viewform?edit_requested=true Questios can be directed to Max Nathanson max.nathanson@state.co.us
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Harvest Farm970-568-9803YESTaking new admissions. New admissions must test negative prior to entry and be coming from a controlled environemtn such as jail or Mountain Crest.
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