Who Lives At the House?
Families at the Greeley Family House are experiencing temporary homelessness. For many of the families, their homelessness was driven by a personal crisis so severe that the family had to choose between paying rent or handling the crisis.
95% of families in The House are living at or below the 2019 federal poverty level of $25,750 for a family of four
78% are single-parent families
67% of adults are between 18 and 30
About half of the adults are employed and half are looking for employment while here
69% of residents are Hispanic
90% of families come from Greeley/Evans and another 7% from surrounding Weld County communities
85% of families find permanent housing and employment before exiting the program
100% of families are drug and alcohol free, a requirement for entering the program
The average length of stay for families is 60 days
If you or someone you know needs help - call the Greeley Family House at 970-352-3215.