Many of the people we serve are without hope, disengaged from the community and no longer accessing services through the traditional agency system. When it comes to that segment of the population, the number and quality of available services almost does not matter… after all, if people do not even walk through the doors of the programs and agencies that exist to support them, then progress is not only difficult — it is impossible.

How do I get help?

Three nights per week, we send volunteers onto the streets of Fort Collins to engage directly with people experiencing homelessness. We distribute supplies, share resource information, build relationships and help connect people to other services in the community.

If you are looking for assistance during the weekday, please consider visiting us at the Murphy Center. Or, if you are out-and-about during the day, you might bump into a staff member from a separate, partner organization that also provides Street Outreach services: Outreach Fort Collins.

  • Assorted stops in Fort Collins
  • October through April – First Presbyterian Church, 531 S. College Avenue

Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, 7 PM to 10:15 PM

How can I help?

Want to join the Street Outreach team?

Volunteers must be 18+ and commit to at least one shift per month, approximately 3.5 hours per shift.

“We had an amazing time.  I am not going to lie, I was a bit nervous at first, but it turned out to be an amazing experience.  My eyes were really opened to something I had held a stereotype for a long time.” – Street Outreach volunteer, reflecting on her first shift

(970) 658-9878
volunteer@homewardalliance.org

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