Longmont Housing Authority

Community Resources

The Longmont Housing Authority is fortunate to partner with local organizations providing additional service opportunities to our resident communities. 

On this page, you may find links to these organizations and partners.

Caring.com is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses and other loved ones. On this website you can find expert guidance on finding senior care and senior living options near you, caregiving advice from top experts, information on assisted living, memory care, and in-home care, independent living, nursing homes, and hospice.

For more information:
Website:   https://www.caring.com/
Phone:     800-973-1540

City of Longmont Senior Services & the Longmont Senior Center
The Longmont Senior Center offers a wide range of recreation and wellness programs as well as supportive services.  Check out the quarterly GO catalog, online or in print, for information about such opportunities as day trips, classes,  computer/technology education, and support, concerts and special event, exercise programs, health education, as well as free drop-in activities like billiards, bridge, and shuffleboard. Some activities require registration and have a fee, many are free, and scholarships are available. Staff-provided consultation and referral regarding resources, assistance to getting services, and counseling is also available and at no charge.

 

For more information:
Location:  910 Longs Peak Ave., Longmont, CO 80501

Website:  www.LongmontColorado.gov/senior-services
Phone:     303-651-8411                                              

Cultivate - Seniors Flourishing in Every Community
Cultivate is a 47-year-old non-profit providing volunteer-powered services to Boulder County residents 60 and better.  Cultivate's services include:  grocery shopping and delivery, minor home repairs, yard work, snow shoveling, and rides to medical appointments for veterans and their family members.

 

For more information:

Website: www.cultivate.ngo
Phone:    303-443-1933

Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley builds decent, affordable housing in partnership with low-income, hardworking families in the St. Vrain Valley School District and Estes Park. St. Vrain Habitat is celebrating 30 years of service to the community and recently dedicated its 100th home. Currently, Habitat is building in Dacono, Longmont, Lyons, and Estes Park, and has funded more than 180 homes internationally through its tithe program.

For more information:

Website:  www.stvrainhabitat.org

Phone:     303-682-2485

HOPE provides the only year-round overnight service center for the homeless community in Longmont while offering supportive follow-through services. Our overnight center offers showers, laundry, hot meals, and storage. Our case management supports those we serve get back on their feet and into housing. We also provide year-round street outreach services to connect with the individuals on our streets on a deeper level. We strive to eliminate barriers of access which keep homeless individuals on the streets and provide life-sustaining support to individuals experiencing homelessness.

For more information:

Website: www.hopeforlongmont.org

Phone:    720-494-4673

Longmont Meals on Wheels helps older adults, people with disabilities and people home from a recent hospital stay with proper, affordable nutrition so they can stay self-sufficient in their own homes for as long as possible. The agency delivers meals to and checks on homebound individuals in Longmont and Niwot and serves lunch at the Longmont Senior Center for older adults.

For more information:

Website: www.longmontmeals.org

Phone:    303-772-0540

OUR Center  

Our Mission:
We help people move toward self-sufficiency by unifying community resources.  Since 1986, the OUR Center has worked to unify a safety net of available resources to help families in the St. Vrain region with short-term hardships meet their basic needs and move towards self-sufficiency.  In partnership with our participants, our goal is to be recognized as a leader in transforming people’s lives by joining them in reaching their potential as productive citizens.

 

For more information:
Website:  https://www.ourcenter.org/

Email:      info@ourcenter.org
Phone:    303-772-5529 

St. Vrain Valley Schools Homeless Education 
McKinney-Vento Act is federal legislation designed to address the problems that children and youth experiencing homelessness have faced in enrolling, attending, and succeeding in school.  The McKinney-Vento Act allows for students to remain in their school of origin, defined as the school the student attended when permanently housed or the school in which the student was last enrolled, for the duration of their homelessness and for the remainder of the school year if they secure permanent housing. 

For more information:

Website:  http://www.svvsd.org/about/departments/homeless-education

Contact:  Luis Chavez, Homeless Education Liaison

Phone:    303-682-7262

Email:      chavez_luis@svvsd.org

Via is a full-spectrum mobility manager offering paratransit, travel training, and mobility options information and referral services. Via also provides a wide range of community and group educational resources related to transportation for older adults, people with disabilities, and others living with mobility limitations.  

 

For more information:
Website:  https://viacolorado.org/
Phone:    303-447-2848
Espanol:  303-444-3043 

If your organization provides a service to the community you would like listed as a resource on this page, please email Melissa.Chatwell@LongmontHA.com to see if your organization meets criteria.

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