Life Centers are an innovative shared-space non-profit facilities operated by House of Neighborly Service. 21 non-profit organizations are currently sharing space in Loveland’s Life Center and 8 are in the Berthoud Life Center.
By sharing space, each partnering organization ensures access to vital resources and programs, creating greater impact collectively. We maximize agency resources and contributions by sharing overhead costs.
BERTHOUD’S LIFE CENTER opened on October 17th, in the Outpost Building on the campus of Grace Place Church, 375 Meadowlark Dr, Berthoud. Many organizations have committed to serving the Berthoud Community.
**To designate your contributions to the Berthoud Life Center, write Berthoud in the NOTES box on our donate page or in the memo line of your check. New landing page will soon allow a designation button for Berthoud.
House of Neighborly Service
Disabled Resource Services
HNS Family Navigators
Food Bank for Larimer County – Grace Place Mobile Food Truck 10:00-11:30
2018 Dates: Jan 13 & 27, Feb 10 & 24, March 10 & 24, April 14 & 28, May 12,
June 9 & 23, July 14 & 28, Aug 11 & 25, Sept 8 & 22, Oct 13 & 27, Nov 10, Dec 8
LOVELAND’S Life Center is currently home to 21 non-profit organizations and 2 mobile units:
House of Neighborly Service-Basic and Emergency Services
Angel House-Homeless Families with Children
Dept of Human Services-Youth and Family Services
Neighbor to Neighbor-Rental and Mortgage Assistance
Healthy Beginnings/Banner Health-Prenatal Care
Birthline of Loveland-Pregnancy Resource Center
Catholic Charities-Clinical Services
Catholic Charities-Senior Outreach
Genesis Project of Northern Colorado
St Matthews Medical Clinic-Free Medical Clinic
Matthews House-Youth and Family
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
WinGs Ministries-Single Mothers and Families
WorkLife Partnership-Advocates in Workplace
Church At Loveland-Family Life Blended, Strengthening Families
Kingdom Way Ministries-Faith in the Workplace
Children’s Speech and Reading Center
In-Step Counseling and Resources
Larimer Health Connect
Restorative Justice Community Council
Sunrise Medical Mobile Unit
People Ready-Job Connections
Life Center Public/Community Spaces available for rent.
Several Life Center Community Spaces of various sizes are completed and ready to be used by the community, please contact our Life Center Facility Coordinator for more information: 970-667-4939 X118 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ways to Support the the vision of the Life Center : HNS has raised 75% of the funds needed to complete the Life Center, but we need your help to close the gap to complete the community spaces intended to serve our youth, seniors, and adult populations with education, health, and life skills, and enriching activities.
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The Life Center Playground will be a fun and safe place for children who’s families access Life Center services, children of families in the Angel House Program (program for homeless families with children), or attending classes.
The Loft Youth Room will serve 200 youth a year, along with 75 family units. Tragically, suicides have become the 2nd leading cause of death for ages 10-24 in the United States (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2016. Additionally, school bullying statistics show that 1 in 4 kids are bullied on a regular basis. Our youth today struggle with their identity and it is our responsibility to give youth a home away from home. A SAFE PLACE!
Stocks and securities can be a great way to support the Life Center and you may be eligible for an income tax deduction for your gift. Please contact our accounting team at (970) 667.4939 x 136 for instructions on transferring stock.
Life Centers are easily duplicated, we believe every community should have one. Please speak with the Executive Director, Glorie Magrum, if you are interested in a partnership. 970-342-2273 email@example.com