Cold Weather Care

Shelter details

  • Added Feb 11, 2021 | Last Update Oct 18, 2021
  • PO BOX 351594
       Westminster, CO 80035
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  • (303) 847-9072

Description

We are an emergency homeless shelter that operates during the cold winter months of October through April.

Cold Weather Care partners with a network of churches to provide safe, warm shelter during our coldest months.

Each guest has a secure, personal place to sleep, on a bed, along with a pillow and blankets. As much privacy is afforded as the space in each church allows.

Families with children are able to stay together as a family unit within one sleeping space.

3 Meals a Day
CWC provides a community of love to advance to the success of individuals and families.

Each day our volunteers prepare breakfast along with a bag lunch for our guests. Every night we sit down alongside our guests to a hot, nutritious meal provided and served family style by volunteers.

Small teams of trained and dedicated volunteers spend evening hours with our guests to offer emotional support, engage children in fun activities, and build lasting and meaningful relationships.

Case Management
CWC provides more than just shelter and food. We offer intensive case management services to all guests, which include assessments, service planning, goal setting, life skill development, referrals, and advocacy.

The guests work one-on-one with the Case Manager to develop personalized self-sufficiency plans. Focused effort is then concentrated on those factors that are contributing to, or have caused homelessness. Remaining in our program is contingent upon positive participation and active efforts toward goal achievement.

Check website to see how many beds are available. They publish this on the website.

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