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With the support of our community, we create lasting change in the lives of homeless men and women in Fort Collins.

Here’s How.


Meals

People who are hungry receive healthy meals in an encouraging environment, building trusting relationships with staff who can speak into their day-to-day struggles.

Shelter

Men and women are offered safe and warm shelter, away from the dangers of the street. This provides a basic level of stability, enabling people to focus on long-term solutions.

New Life Program

A unique program at the Mission’s Harvest Farm, where participants spend up to a year in an immersive, rehabilitation program focusing on education, work-readiness, and relationship building.

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“All throughout my life, whenever I was comfortable, I wasn’t making progress. I wasn’t growing…. The number one thing I’m trying to really base my life around now is being uncomfortable for the right reasons.”

See Kaileb’s Story
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“There’s a lot more people out there who are like me than I realized and they go through fairly similar struggles.”

Read Chris’s Story
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Philip’s path to homelessness started when he was very young. As a teenager, he began to feel the effects the abuse and absence of love from his parents, which led him to abusing alcohol…

Read Phillip’s Story
 
 
 

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Our Impact

Meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need

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94,233


Meals Provided

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48,185


Nights of Shelter

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51


New Life Program Graduates

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86


Of graduates maintained housing after graduation

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