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

Over Night Shelter

HOPE offers nightly shelter as a fully supportive program leading towards successful housing. We provide showers, laundry, storage, case management and a hot meal to those without homes and in need of support. Do you need a place to sleep? We can guide you through the process to be part of our program. Click HERE to connect with one of our client advocates.

We are proud to provide Brewster, our transitional storage van as a safe place for you to store belongings during work, seeking employment, or even attending classes and appointments.

SafeLot

The HOPE SafeLot Program is one of the first of its kind in Colorado.

A safe place to park if you have to live in your vehicle. Services include: restrooms, meals, showers, security, storage, community and resources to help you get into housing. We are sorry that RVs are not accepted at this time.

Street Outreach

Are you without a home? Do you need support as you navigate staying on the streets? We meet you where you are. If you would like us to come to you CLICK HERE to connect with Andy, our outreach coordinator and he will make sure we come to you. Interested in being a part of this program or another volunteer role?

Client Advocacy

Every person that comes to us for help has access to all the resources we have, and one of the most valuable ones we provide are our client advocates. HOPE’s trained and compassionate staff work on a one on one basis to provide the support through counseling, referrals, advocacy and more.

Bike Program

Thanks to a partnership between local businesses and cycling enthusiasts in our community, HOPE is able to distribute bicycles to clients in our program with a demonstrated need. We accept donations of bicycles and bike parts, then volunteer bike mechanics refurbish the bicycles and add important features like lights and luggage racks so that each bicycle given to a HOPE client is reliable and safe. Having a bicycle helps people experiencing homelessness meet a vital need for transportation, which is an empowering step towards self-sufficiency. We have successfully given away more than 160 bikes!

Email: HOPEbikesLongmont@gmail.com to donate bike or bike parts!

Email: Janeth@hopeforlongmont.org if you are homeless and wish to enter our navigation program. The bikes we refurbish are given to those within the HOPE programs.

Day Shelter

Offering showers, warm meals, internet access and a place to rest. Currently only offered Saturdays starting at 1:00 PM at Faithpoint Church and early evening shelter starting at 5:30 PM nightly at journey church Sun-Wed and Faithpoint on Thurs and Friday.

Medical Assistance

HOPE has the ability through its partnership with Longmont United Hospital to assist those in need of a place to heal and recover. We have client support and also dedicated funds for short term hotel stays giving our those with medical challenges or coming through procedures a chance to recover with peace and ease. 

Emergency Assistance Program

HOPE provides non-perishable lunch sacks, bus passes, laundry vouchers, fills prescriptions, offer assistance filing for taxes and more, on a case-by-case basis. Our warehouse is open 12:00 – 6:00 PM on a walk-in basis. If you are in need you can also Click HERE for direct contact information to schedule an appointment.

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