Modern homelessness is a broad and complex issue affecting adults, leaving its mark on children and taking a toll on communities across America.
Families experience homelessness because of issues such as unemployment and underemployment, illness, and neglect. In Greeley and across Weld County, their situations are further complicated by a lack of affordable housing.
One night costs just $30
$210 supports a family for a full week
The Greeley Family House provides temporary housing and support services to families who are experiencing temporary homelessness
Since 1985 the Greeley Family House has been providing emergency shelter to families. The House meets this critical need for approximately 80 families each year. And The House assists more than 40 families with post-shelter housing stabilization support. The House is supported by public and private foundations as well as donations from individuals and businesses.
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Provide temporary housing and support services for families experiencing housing instability