LOVELAND APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR THE CHRONICALLY HOMELESS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS
The seven unit apartment complex is designed to provide low-cost housing for clients who are chronically homeless but are capable of independent living. The complex was made possible through funding from Larimer Center for Mental Health, a HUD Grant, and a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) from the City of Loveland. Both therapy and intensive case management services are provided to the residents to assist them in maintaining independent living.
PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING
This program, funded by a HUD grant through the Division of Housing, provides housing vouchers and case management for the chronically homeless and disabled in Larimer County.
SISTER MARY ALICE MURPHY CENTER FOR HOPE
The Murphy Center is designed to be a "One Stop Shop" for services for families and individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Case managers connect guests with local agencies providing community resources on site. Services available include employment resources; housing assistance; financial counseling; transportation assistance; job training and educational opportunities; mental health and substance use disorders counseling; phone and computer access for employment contacts; medical room; washer/dryer, kitchen, showers and storage facilities; and play areas for children.
SUBSIDIZED HOUSING PROGRAM (HUD)
Section 8 certificates are administered by staff and are used at various housing locations in our communities. Subsidized housing is available to clients who live independently with minimal supervision. Care coordination is available for clients in this program.