Our programs and services are designed to help people experiencing homelessness connect with solutions that best fit their unique situations. Whether you need emergency services like meals and shelter or a more long-term solution like our New Life Program, we are here to help.

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Breakfast and Dinner are provided daily for those who are staying at our shelter overnight.

  • Breakfast: 7:00 a.m.
  • Dinner: 5:30 p.m.

A sack lunch option is provided for anyone in immediate need of food at Murphy Center at 11:00 a.m..


Emergency shelter is available 365 days of the year for men in need. If you are homeless and want to escape the dangers of sleeping on the street, you are welcome to sign up for a bed at our shelter.


Our shelter services are available to men only. However, if you need assistance, please call us at 970.224.4302 and we will connect you to someone who can assist you further. We have 60 staff-appointed beds for 24/7 shelter and 20 overflow spaces for the daily lottery process.

How to Sign Up

Any men who desire to use our overflow beds need to go to the Murphy Center between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m., seven days a week, to sign up for the lottery list. We will announce overflow bed assignments at 3 p.m. at the Murphy Center.

If you are selected for a bed, you can come to Fort Collins Rescue Mission at 5 p.m. that evening to check in.

Case Management Services Available to Guests Staying at the Mission

The purpose of these case management services are to help guests connect with housing opportunities and to connect with available resources in the community. We do not offer case management services to the general public, just to those who are using one of the bed spaces.

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If you find yourself homeless or have suffered from addiction, abuse or other negative and destructive habits that have caused you to become homeless, we invite you to join the Mission’s Steps to Success Program to make a lasting change in your life. In the program, participants are given the opportunity to become productive, self-sufficient members of society as they work toward living in healthy community relationships.

“The Mission helped me realize where my life would be if I returned to drugs. They helped me learn how to be patient and how to connect with God and others.”

Lorenzo, Steps to Success program participant

New Life Program

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If you have suffered from addiction, abuse or other destructive habits, we invite you to join the Mission’s New Life Program at Harvest Farm to make a lasting change in your life. In the program, participants are given the opportunity to become productive, self-sufficient members of society.

“I like having integrity, being responsible, paying rent, and being a productive member of society. And I know I could not have done it without Harvest Farm.”

Jeremiah, New Life Program graduate

The New Life Program consists of:

  • Bible study
  • Counseling
  • Education
  • Life skills development
  • Work readiness
  • Case management

While in the program, you have a chance to develop skills to apply for a solid job and gain valuable work experience. Some qualifying graduates also receive a vehicle. Progress in the program brings increased responsibility and freedom, the reward of graduation, and a new life!

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Goals of the New Life Program

The four main goals of the program are to see long-term change in the following areas:

1) Overcoming Destructive Habits

Drug and alcohol abuse, poor financial decisions, unhealthy relationships and other destructive habits can cause anyone to think a “new life” is out of reach. Our goal is to see New Life Program participants like you transformed by overcoming destructive habits. By immersing yourself in the program, you will receive the help you need and experience victory over life-draining behaviors.

2) Maintaining Healthy Community

In the New Life Program, you will learn to build and maintain healthy community relationships. These relationships encourage accountability and foster continued productive participation in society.

3) Maintaining Sustainable, Full-Time Employment or Equivalent Income

As you advance through the program and pursue financial goals you set alongside Mission staff, you will eventually obtain sustainable, full-time employment or equivalent income.

4) Providing For Sustainable Housing

Finally, the ultimate goal of the New Life Program is to see each participant graduate and provide for their own sustainable housing needs.


To join the New Life Program, you must be:

  • At least 18 years old
  • Free of sex offenses and arson convictions
  • Physically able to work
  • Physically able to work and walk a minimum of 3-5 miles a day
  • Willing to give up all nicotine products immediately
  • Open to the message of Christ
  • Willing to submit to random drug and alcohol testing
  • Willingness to commit to 6-12 months of residential care
  • Serious about a life change
  • No cell phones allowed for a minimum of five months.

How to Get Started

  1. Review all the qualifications.
  2. Call the Harvest Farm intake line at 970.568.9803 for a phone interview to determine eligibility.
Learn More

Are you hungry and need a healthy meal? We offer breakfast and dinner to anyone in need, 365 days a year.

Are you homeless and need a safe place to sleep at night? We offer safe, clean shelter for up to 90 men and women each night.

Are you suffering from destructive life habits that have left you homeless? Join our Steps to Success Program to make a lasting change.

Are you struggling with homelessness, addiction, or other difficult life situations? Join our New Life Program at Harvest Farm.