Our community outreach program is directed toward women at risk, including women from the community corrections facility, homeless shelters, abuse shelters, women experiencing personal life challenges and broken relationships.
Room 4 Hope was awarded the above plaque in recognition of the services and support of the women residents at the Larimer County Corrections facility in
Ft. Collins, Colorado. Thank you LCCC for giving us the opportunity to serve our community.
Room 4 Hope
A place for women to find comfort, encouragement and support
Our attendance is growing at a steady pace. With this growth, we have been able to accomplish more, and have a greater impact on our community.
Our New Beginnings program is successful due to the donations of furniture and household items from individuals who are down sizing, moving or redecorating. We also want to recognize the volunteers who have helped us move apartment furnishings into over forty apartments in the past two and a half years.
In the past eight years, through the generosity of our mentors, their churches and other friends, we have met a broad array of needs represented by our Room 4 Hope women. Those needs include Bibles and study materials, dental assistance, apartment furnishings, medical bills, children's Christmas gifts, school supplies, computers, wheelchairs, clothing, food and many personal items.
Who we serve:
Participants are women who come from various backgrounds seeking support and encouragement. We have continued to find women by contacting women's abuse shelters, court drug programs, judges, probation officers, detention centers, halfway houses, alternative sentencing units and homeless shelters.