Looking for resources outside of Unity of Fort Collins?
You’re in the right place. Check out the list below.
Need help during the pandemic?
Want to help others?
Check out the Fort Collins Delivery Network.
They are a start-up neighbor-to-neighbor organization that’s assisting folks who don’t feel comfortable leaving their homes due to COVID-19 (older people, immune compromised, sick, etc.).
They take orders for grocery or medication pick-up on their website from people in need, and connect them with one of their volunteers who will pick up and deliver their supplies (without contact).
They are just getting off the ground and are trying to spread the word!
They’re looking both for volunteers to help out and for folks
in need of supplies.
Volunteers and clients can apply and order on their website at www.fortcollinsdeliverynetwork
Substance Abuse and Co-occurring Disorders Treatment
The Recovery Village is an organization with locations across the country, dedicated to providing the best treatment possible to those struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. It is their philosophy that all individuals with the desire and ability to seek treatment are provided with the highest quality care at reasonable rates.
They strive to have their website be an educational resource by hosting helpful articles, blog posts, and resource pages to increase understanding and awareness of addiction—a disease that affects so many.
This portal contains a complete directory of all emergency shelters in the US, organized by state, with contact information (phone, web, address) as well as all of the services they offer, plus a curated compilation of national and online resources for those affected by homelessness looking for help. It also contains an overall study on homelessness in the US today.
Homeless Gear is a Fort Collins-based nonprofit that provides a continuum of services to individuals and families who are homeless or—in some cases—at risk of becoming homeless: supplies that help them survive in the short-term; connections to resources in the interim; and links to employment, housing, and self-sufficiency for the long-term.
They do more than distribute gear. They operate six programs that, collectively, help the people they serve to meet their basic needs, move forward, obtain employment, find housing, and regain self-sufficiency. They are also the Manager of the Murphy Center for Hope, a local resource center for people experiencing homelessness.
Vouchers/Money for Lodging, Bus Fares, Etc.
424 Pine St Ste 102
Fort Collins, CO 80524-2421
Phone: (970) 407-7000
Fax: (970) 407-7099