We can make homelessness
Rare, Short-lived and Non-Recurring
Every night there are people in Fort Collins without a place to sleep. They are our neighbors, our relatives, our veterans and our youth. They deserve better and we, working together, can do more.
Homelessness isn’t somebody else’s problem. It is our problem. And we are the solution. All of us have a part to play in meeting the challenge of people in our community who are living on our streets. Only by coming together can we make homelessness rare, short-lived and non-recurring.
Homeward 2020 4 Roles Within Our Community
Homeward 2020 brings together agency leaders, elected leaders, and community members to strategize and plan how to respond to homelessness.
We ignite action in the community to influence practices and strengthen community systems capable of making homeless rare, short-lived, and non-recurring.
Homeward 2020 promotes the use of best practices and advances data-driven strategies shown to effectively reduce the rates of homeless.
Homeward 2020 gathers, synthesizes and distributes local and national data to better understand the scope of homelessness as well as improve our local response to homelessness.
John, Currently Homeless
Maggie Walsh, Assistant Chief of Staff, Director Veteran Initiatives, CSU
Jeff Mihelich, Deputy City Manager, City of Fort Collins
Trent, Currently Homeless
Tina, Point in Time Count volunteer
Jacob, Currently Homeless
Buddy, Living in His Truck