House of Neighborly Service provides for basic needs, makes referrals, and advocates for people who are experiencing the effects of poverty or situational crises. HNS is a trusted partner, bridging gaps and providing tools to create long term and lasting change for people in our community.
Brief history of organization:
House of Neighborly Service was established in 1961 and has served residents in south Larimer County for 50 years. HNS has three sites: the main office in Loveland, a 20 year office in Berthoud, and a 2 year old site in Loveland, 137 Homeless Connection, a resource center specifically designed to meet the needs of homeless adults.
How many total clients are served annually:
How are Empty Stocking funds expended to
benefit your clients:
Over the past four years, the Northern Colorado Empty Stocking Funds have provided case management for 1,609 clients in addition to basic needs provision..
What is the true, lasting impact of the Empty
Stocking Fund on your organization/clients:
Over the past decade HNS has shifted its focus towards more extensive case management, client involvement and accountability, education and work related workshops. The funds from the NCESF campaign support these essential case management services.