HNS: COVID-19 Response
House of Neighborly Service is SAFELY serving our community during the COVID-19 Crisis:
- Monday-Thursday, 9am-4pm. First Thursday of the month, Noon-7pm
- (970) 667-4939
- 1511 E. 11th Street
- Tuesdays/Thursdays, 9am-4pm. First Tuesday of the month, 9am-7pm
- (970) 532-0161
- 375 Meadowlark Drive
Utility Bill Assistance: residents residing within the Thompson School District boundaries may receive assistance with past due utility bills. Please call or stop by for instructions for requested documents, (970) 667-4939 (Loveland) or (970) 532-0161 (Berthoud).
Food Assistance: residents are able to come for pre-packed food baskets; based upon family size and availability of product 2x a month. Please bring a proof of address and income. Walk-up process is in place.
Other Basic Need Services: prescription and gas vouchers may be available as funding allows. Gas vouchers are for medical appointments or work related.
Clothing Boutique: clients may shop in the Boutique but need to make an appointment on the day of, at the west windows. (Only one person in the household, must wear a mask, no child care available). Clothing donations are accepted on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00-3:30 or until full capacity is met.
Family Promise (formerly Angel House): Family Promise is at capacity and will not be accepting new clients at this time but continues to serve the families currently enrolled in the program.
137 Homeless Connection: effective March 17, 137 is following recommendations for social distancing. Open for services Monday/Wednesday/Friday, 8AM-11:30AM; Tuesday/Thursday by appointment only. Four individuals allowed in the building at a time.
PAT: Families are being met in person (following recommended guidelines) as well as virtually.
Volunteers: volunteers should use their own discretion whether to come in or not. You are important to us! If you fall within the at-risk category, please stay home. Contact the manager of the program where you volunteer if you have questions.
Donations: we are in need of monetary and food donations in order to prepare for and meet the needs of our community members for food and other assistance. To make a monetary donation, please go here.
Items currently needed:
- peanut butter
- canned tuna, canned chicken
- canned beans
- canned fruits & vegetables
- canned soup/stew/chili
- baking mixes
- toiletries (shampoo/conditioner, hand soap, etc.) and household products (paper goods, laundry/dish detergents, cleaners)
Please take care.
For the most current advisories about COVID-19 and what you can do to keep healthy and safe, visit the Center for Disease Control link below: COVID-19 Updates.