These are mission organizations that are in Colorado. If you are interested in finding out more information regarding that organization, please click on the button to their website.
Alternatives to Violence
Working towards a violence free community:
24-Hour Crisis Intervention
Advocacy & Support
Child & Adult Therapy
Information and Referrals
Transition Living Program
All services are confidential and free of charge.
Blessed Beginnings is a mission of Mountain View Presbyterian Church, supported through an annual fund raiser, church support, and grants. Blessed Beginnings helps ensure that babies in the Loveland/Berthoud area have a safe place to sleep. We gift a new crib/mattress/layette to families/individuals who cannot provide these for their child. Social Service agencies refer clients to us, and we deliver once monthly. The objective of Blessed Beginnings is to further Christian love in our community by serving our Lord in a helpful, caring way.
Front Porch Ministry
(Meal & Outreach Ministry)
What we do:
1. Served 85000 Lunches since 2008 (220/week)
2. Ten Man Table Bible study offered
3. alcoholic recovery ministry
4. Inclement weather shelter member
5. Offers homeless people – showers – wash and dry clothes
Mission is: to “dignify and bring these homeless folks back up to where they feel they have some value in this community”
Christ's Church of the Rockies - Rev Tom Albracht & Jesus Zubia
Tomccr4sq@gmail.com or call 970-397-6035
Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center
Mission Work Camps
Partnership Day Camps: Vacation Bible School style camps provided free of charge to Plains and Peaks churches
House of Neighborly Services
MISSION STATEMENT: House of Neighborly Service assists and advocates for people challenged by the effects of poverty or facing situational crisis. EVERYONE IS WELCOME!!
Change Someone's Life
Help for today...intervention, basic and emergency services
Hope for tomorrow...programs and outreach, financial education, advocacy
House of Neighborly Services
Family Promise – A program of House of Neighborly Service for homeless families with children.
Family Promise is an affiliate of the National Family Promise Organization and follows the best practices of prioritizing goals and addressing common barriers to safe and long-term housing. Goals are based on each family’s needs and situation. Employment is a high priority, but equally important are debt reduction, savings, and life skills to equip adults with tools to gain and maintain stable housing.
House of Neighborly Services
Homeless Connection 137
For: Adult Homeless
Program: Open Mon – Sat 8am – 11:30 and by appointment and some evenings
Night Shelters ( 20 degrees or colder) provided at 10 host churches
Services: After seeing a caseworker include:
1. Advocacy for ID'S, housing, medical, legal, education, workplace, etc
2. Mail Boxes
3. Storage units
4. Provide survival gear – coats, sleeping bags, tents, etc
5. Showers, laundry, phone, computer, etc
6. Mental health counseling
7. Assess individuals for referral to New Life Program
Lago Vista Neighbor
WHO WE ARE:
A Christ-centered ministry in Lago Vista Mobile Home Park in Loveland focused on raising up Christian disciples, servant-leaders, and academically successful and career-minded students.
WHAT WE DO:
1. Afterschool and summer programs to help students become all God has designed them to be.
2. Homework Help
3. Art/Chess/Piano Lessons/Board Games
4. Panther Club (educational enrichment)
5. Summer Adventure (reading, music, art, recreation)
6. Middle School and High School Educational Programs
(Christian discipleship and servant-leadership training programs for
all ages (Bible club and Youth Groups)
Life Choices can offer help and confidential, non-judgmental support. You can let go of guilt and shame and feel forgiven and set free.
After-abortion stress can manifest itself in many ways. Some of the stress and emotion may be related to past abortion experiences.
Life Choices offers a comprehensive study for women who have experienced the loss of a child. They work with teens on an individual basis. Men are referred to our ministry partner Warren Williams.
Loveland's Community Kitchen
Our Mission: Food for those who are hungry, Conversation for those who are lonely, Rest for those who are struggling.
Loveland’s Community Kitchen offers a Continental Breakfast, Hot Meal, and To-Go–Bag programs to meet our clients’ needs. The Kitchen operates on a daily basis thanks to our dedicated core of volunteers and donors. Our volunteers are passionate about The Kitchen. Their caring spirit is the heartbeat of our organization. Our donors recognize the need The Kitchen is fulfilling and are committed to making a difference.
Our doors are open to everyone and our clients include the homeless, working poor, and seniors who are living on a fixed income
Loveland Habitat for Humanity
Founded in 1987, Loveland Habitat for Humanity builds homes in partnership with low-income families in need of decent, affordable housing. Our vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Working side-by-side with volunteers, Habitat for Humanity families help build their own homes and pay an affordable mortgage.
Habitat for Humanity works to eliminate barriers to a better, healthier, and more financially stable life. With the support of volunteers, donors, and our ReStore, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability, and self-reliance they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.
St Vincent DePaul
The Loveland Conference of St Vincent DePaul Society, a lay ministry of St John the Evangelist Catholic Church, assists community members in the Loveland/Berthoud area who are having difficulty paying rent or utilities. They provide non-perishable food and grocery gift cards when needed. Last year they provided $74,000 in aid to 182 local families.
St Matthews Medical Clinic
St. Matthew’s Medical Clinic is a non-profit, faith-based organization that provides free preventive medical services to children and adults in our community who have acute or chronic medical conditions. Services provided include physical checkups, and treatment for chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and cholesterol issues. Access to free or low-cost medications is also available.