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Community Services Department

Human Service Agency Funding Program

Funded Agency Information

The table below provides information regarding the currently funded human service agencies. The Agency Description is a brief explanation of the services provided, agencies may provide additional services/programs not included in the table.

2014 Funded Human Service Agencies
Agency Name
Total Funded
Agency Description
Agape Family Services
$20,000
Provides temporary shelter, food, and support services for homeless adults.
Alternatives for Youth
$15,000
Directly addresses the issue of teen substance abuse by educating parents about substance abuse, effects of drugs and alcohol, and supporting teens through recovery.
Association for Community Living
$5,000
Provides advocacy for children and their families and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Blue Sky Bridge
$10,000
Provides intervention, education, and family support services to victims of child abuse, and their families.
Boulder County Legal Services
$20,000
Provides legal services to low income people.
Boulder Shelter for the Homeless
$10,000
Provides temporary shelter, food, and support services for homeless adults.
Boulder Valley Women's Health
$15,000
Provides comprehensive family planning and gynecological health care services.
Center for People with Disabilities
$5,000
Provides information, resources and advocacy to assist people with disabilities in overcoming barriers to independent living.
CareConnect
$5,000
Provides a variety of volunteer opportunities to senior citizens to assist them in remaining self-sufficient and independent while promoting their physical and emotional well being. CareConnect also provides services to older people that prevent premature institutionalization, such as the handyman/fix-it program; medical insurance counseling; disability aid referral; medication abuse prevention; "vial of life" emergency medical information; shopping services; and telephone reassurance services.
Childcare Certificate Program
$150,000
Reimburses child care providers the gap between the State Dept.’s Colorado Child Care Assistance Program rates and the average market rate for providing child care.
Children First of the Rockies
$4,000
Provides safe-exchange services to foster parent-child relationships in a safe and supportive environment.
Community Food Share
$30,000

Provides food to partner agencies as well as direct distribution initiatives. Community Food Share's direct distribution includes an Elder Share program, a Mobile Food Pantry, an elementary school distribution called Feed the Future, and an Emergency Food Box program.

Dental Aid
$12,000

Provides low income county residents with dental care at approximately one-half the price of private dentists.

Ed & Ruth Lehman YMCA
$15,000
Provides preschool and pre-Kindergarten classes to prepare children for Kindergarten.
El Comité
$13,700
Provides programs and services to improve the social, economic and educational status of Longmont 's Latino residents.
Emergency Family Assistance Association
$5,000
Provides food and shelter, and other basic necessities to families, seniors, and people with disabilities living in Boulder and Broomfield counties.
H.O.P.E
$20,000
Provides life-sustaining support to homeless individuals, who are at-risk from living on the streets of Longmont
I Have a Dream Foundation
$10,366
Focuses on academic development programs for low-income children residing in neighborhoods where school dropout rates are high. Goal is to ensure that children are encouraged and supported during their critical school years
Immigrant Legal Center
$11,000
To provide affordable legal assistance for Longmont residents relating to immigration matters not handled by either Boulder County Legal Services or the Public Defender’s Office.
Inn Between
$30,000

Provides time-limited housing and support services for Longmont 's diverse homeless population, so that they may acquire stability in their lives, as well as increased skill and/or income level. Services are provided through Inn Between and participating agency staff; these services include: housing, employment assistance, educational services, food co-op, counseling, independent living and life skills classes, parenting classes, and linkages to numerous other resources.

Intercambio Uniting Communities
$15,000

To increase opportunities and independence for Latino immigrants and build a richer, more integrated community by reducing language and cultural barriers.

Longmont Meals on Wheels
$30,000

Provides hot, home-delivered meals Monday through Friday to older people or those convalescing. Meals on Wheels also serves a hot noon meal at the Senior Center .

Mental Health Center
$90,000

Provides outpatient therapy for children, adolescents, adults and families; home-based services for families with infants at risk of abuse or neglect and for emotionally disturbed elderly persons; services for adults with severe mental illnesses, including supported housing; day treatment and residential services for severely disturbed children and adolescents; rape crisis and emergency psychiatric services.

OUR Center Basic Needs
$45,000
Provides emergency and ongoing assistance with food, clothing, minor medical expenses, transportation, and furniture. Case management services are provided to assist with achieving self-sufficiency. The Center provides a hot noon meal daily for those of all ages needing nutrition
OUR Center - Aspen Center for Child Development
$45,000
Provides childcare and child development services to low-income families.
Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley
$79,800

Provides shelter, food, counseling, and follow-up support groups to victims of domestic violence.

Salud Clinic
$19,500
Provides primary, preventative, and supplemental health care services.
Tiny Tim Center dba TLC Learning Center
$25,000
Provides preschool children with disabilities a stimulating, individualized program that enables them to maximize their developmental potential and minimize the long-term effects of their disabilities. The program integrates special needs and typical children.
Veterans Helping Veterans Now
$10,000
Connects veterans and their families in need of assistance with veteran volunteers.
Via Mobility Services
$25,000
Provides a variety of transportation and mobility services to residents who have special needs and cannot access public transportation.
Wild Plum Center
$55,000

Provides educational, health, nutritional, mental health and disability services to low-income children and their families.

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If you have any questions, you may contact Karen Roney, Director of Community Services at (303) 651-8633, e-mail address: karen.roney@ci.longmont.co.us , or Sally Raney, Executive Assistant at (303) 774-4339, e-mail address: sally.raney@ci.longmont.co.us.