137 Homeless Connection - Loveland, CO

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137 South Lincoln Ave
Loveland, CO 80537
: 970-685-4173
: http://www.lovelandshelter.com/
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Day Center
137 Homeless Connection is a program of House of Neighborly Service.

137 Homeless Connection Day Center: open M-F 8am-11:30am, M-Th 1pm-4pm by appointment. Services available are Shower, Laundry, Phone, Mental Health. Other services available.

Inclement Night Shelter: November through March.
Inclement Night Shelter open November 15th to March 31st

Inclement Night Shelter: A program of House of Neighborly Service (HNS): In partnership with several Loveland churches, Inclement Night Shelter assists the homeless on nights that can threaten life. Working with volunteers that pick up the homeless, take them to one of our partner churches; our volunteers do many things. Some drive, some provide overnight supervision, others provide meals and some help with program administration and leadership. We provide a hot meal on most nights. We also provide cots and a warm, safe place to sleep for adult men and women. The sleep area depends on the church area we have available to us. Often we get to enjoy a movie! Each church commits to opening their doors for two seven day periods (14 nights) during the winter season, roughly November thru March. That's 20 weeks. Each week the shelter rotates to another church in Loveland. This ensures that no one church is burdened with too much responsibility and that many people get to experience helping at different churches during the winter.

Inclement Night Shelter activates the shelter only if bad weather is forecast ( Night time low 20 degrees or below ). So some churches that are on-call for their week may actually only be open for 3-4 nights during their scheduled week. Inclement Night Shelter provides the portable cots and blankets for up to 30 people. 137-Day Center Shelter activates when ( Day time high 40 degrees or below ), Location is at 137 S. Lincoln Ave. Loveland.



Volunteers Requests by 137 Homeless Connection: Yes, 137 Homeless Connection provides a home base for their guests in a supportive, family-like atmosphere. Volunteering at 137 is like joining a welcoming family. Every volunteer brings their own life experiences and talents to 137 and those gifts are used in some amazing ways. Doug and Val, manager and assistant manager, have a way of finding those gifts so that volunteers have a fulfilling experience while meeting some basic needs of the guests that they serve.


Donation Requests by 137 Homeless Connection: Sleeping bags, Tarps, Tents, Winter boots, Blankets, Paper goods, Laundry soap, Shampoo, Soap and more.


Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2018-08-16

Important:
Many of these shelters now have waiting lists. Please call before going to them. Many waiting lists are very long. Shelters and service also go out of business. Always call ahead to confirm that this location is still active. If you find that this location is no longer operating, please send us a comment using the form below.

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Do you have items to donate? Contact 137 Homeless Connection at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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