Weather Activated Emergency Shelter: Overnight of 25 degrees or below, or significant precipitation. Day sheltering of 15 degrees or below, or significant precipitation.

HOPE’s nightly shelter is part of a network of services that lead to successful housing. We provide a hot meal, showers, laundry, storage, and a client advocate. Assistance with dental, medical, employment, and locating vital documents is also available to those who who are without a home, are in need of support, and qualify through Coordinated Entry. Request Info or call 720-453-6999 after 5PM/7Days/Wk.

A safe place to park if you are living in your vehicle. Services provided are restrooms, meals, showers, security, storage, a supportive community for people and pets, with resources to help establish permanent housing. Complete a SafeLot Enrollment Form and get started on a safe place to stay today. 

Do you need support as you navigate staying on the streets? We meet you where you are. Connect with a HOPE Team Member, who will be in touch with you shortly to schedule Outreach to your location. 

Let our Client Advocates be a guide to services and referrals that work towards making permanent housing a reality.  HOPE’s trained and compassionate staff provide support through counseling, referrals, advocacy, and more. Contact a Client Advocate directly or call 720-494-4673, M-F/10am-4pm. 

Coordinated Entry

HOPE’s services are part of a fully supportive program leading towards successful housing for those who qualify through Coordinated Entry (CE). This is a required first step in receiving services in Boulder County. The brief, 20-minute assessment, helps identify how we can support your needs, and what services will best meet them. CE is available in Longmont and Boulder.

Longmont / Call: 720-453-6096 M/T/W/Th, 12pm-5pm; Walk-in: M/T/Th 804 S. Lincoln St., 12pm-4pm, and HOPE Navigation Shelter, T/Th 5pm-7:30pm. Boulder / Call 303-579-4404. Walk-in: Age Well Center, 909 Arapahoe, Boulder, CO 80302. M/W/Th/F 10am-4pm & Tue 12pm–4pm

Emergency Shelter

Overnight of 25 degrees or below, or significant precipitation. Day sheltering of 15 degrees or below, or significant precipitation.

Offering showers, warm meals, internet access and a place to rest.  Locations: Messiah Lutheran Church, 1335 Francis Street and Journey, 2000 Pike Road. Call for emergency shelter  updates to 720-494-4673, after 5PM 720-453-6999.

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Medical Assistance

HOPE hosts pop-up clinics for medical assistance, testing, and vaccinations regularly in addition to dental referrals, and assisting with disbursement of prescription medications.

Outreach Center

HOPE provides non-perishable lunch sacks, water, clothing, mail, health referrals, assistance locating vital documents, and securing housing. Located at 804 S. Lincoln Street in Longmont, and open M/T/Th, 12-4pm & Fri 12-2pm, on a walk-up basis.

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