On Campus

Academic Advancement Center

(970) 491-6129 |
117 Gibbons Building

The AAC helps assist low-income, first-generation college students, foster youth, and students with disabilities to stay in college until they earn their baccalaureate degree. Some of the services that they provide are tutoring, workshops and one-on-one support.

Collaborative for Student Achievement

(970) 491-7095
1415 Meridian Ave., offices in the Multi-purpose Stadium East Building

The Collaborative for Student Achievement provides a variety of services geared towards helping students graduate. Some of their services include undeclared advising, health professional advising, and outreach and support programs.

**Elliot Cooper, Academic Advisor
(970) 491-7095 |

Elliot is the Adult Learner & Veteran Services liaison for undeclared student advising. His office is located in the stadium. He is a great resource for incoming students.

Education Abroad

(970) 491-5917
Laurel Hall

Education Abroad offers a wide variety of programs in many different countries. Check out their website for upcoming meetings and information on specific programs. Students with families and/or spouses can bring them along. Additionally, certain programs are covered by the GI Bill.

Pinnacle Honor Society

Pinnacle National Honor Society, recognizes the outstanding contributions and accomplishments of non-traditional students. To become a member, you must: identify as a non-traditional student, have a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average, and have a desire to be involved in campus or community activities among other requirements.

**SALUTE: Veterans National Honor Society

(970) 491-3909

SALUTE is the first national honor society established for student veterans and military in accredited 2-year and 4-year institutions of higher education. One unique element of our honor society includes the 4 tier system which is designed to encourage student veterans to strive to improve their GPAs and advance to higher tier levels in the honor society during their academic careers.

Admissions Office

(970) 491-6909
711 Oval Drive

The admissions office can help advise with all student tracks whether it is transfer, veteran, or undergraduate. They can also help assist with any information in helping make your time at CSU memorable.

Office of the Registrar

(970) 491-4860
Centennial Hall

The office of the registrar can help answer any questions about transferring credits from prior institutions or military experience, run audits for your degree, Ramweb and Ramrecords. The registrar office also assists with ordering and receiving transcripts, and does appeals for transfer credits.

Krystal Ryczek

Krystal Ryczek is our office liaison that helps our students understand their transfer credits and any other questions pertaining to credits and classes.

Transfer Student Center

Brittany Pearce, Associate Director
(970) 491-1830 |

Sue Hendrickson, Assistant Director
(970) 491-7387 |

The Transfer Student Center works with adult learners and veterans through the admissions process. Our office assists with filling out the transfer admissions application and helps report the progress of the application. We make the admissions decisions in our office for the transfer population. We also counsel the students that are not admitted and create a plan of action to gain admission in the future.

On Campus

Ram Kidz Village

Ram Kidz Village (RKV) is a drop-in, educational program operated by ALVS available to all currently enrolled student parents. Services are provided for children ages 12 months – 11 years old. Attendance is first-come, first served basis. All volunteers and staff complete background checks. Managers and assistant managers are first aid and CPR certified.

Health and Human Sciences’ Youth Sports Camp

(970) 491-6318 |

There are two different camp seasons for the YSC, summer and after school. The after school program welcomes school age children from K-6th grade and runs from after school until 6:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. Summer programs run from May 30-August 19. For more information, visit their website!

Off Campus

Early Childhood Center (CSU Affiliate)

(970) 491-7082 |

ECC provides childcare for children ages six weeks to six years old. Child care runs from 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. There is a $50 application fee per family.  For more information, visit their website!

Early Childhood Council of Larimer County

(970) 491-6318 |

Boys & Girls Club of Larimer County

(970) 484-5198 |

The Boys & Girls Club provides membership for children ages 6 to 18 for $10 a year. Activities and supervision is provided from 2:30-7 p.m. on Monday-Friday and from 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. on non-school days. For more information, visit their website!

B.A.S.E (Before and After School Enrichment) Camp

(970) 266-1734 |

B.A.S.E. Camp offers before and after school programs on-site at PSD elementary schools. Membership is based off of a sliding fee scale. For more information, visit their website!

Northside Aztlan Community Center

(970) 221-6655 |

Northside Aztlan Community Center provides a wide range of programs for children. Youth Nights take place on Thursdays from 3 p.m. – 9 p.m., is free of charge and serves children ages 12-18. For more information, visit their website!

The Sunshine House at Colorado State University

(970) 491-2862 |

The Sunshine House offers childcare for children between the ages of infants and pre-k. They also have programs for school age children with their Before/After School program.  For more information on their programs and tuition rates visit their website!

On Campus

Assistive Technology Resource Center (ATRC)

(970) 491-6258
Room 302, Occupational Therapy Building

The ATRC ensures equal access to technology and electronic information for CSU students and employees with disabilities. Services include assistive technology assessments and training, as well as consultation and education regarding accessibility and universal design of mainstream and instructional technologies.

**New Start for Student Veterans

(970) 491-5930 |

Erica Schelly Billingsley
(970) 491-5809 |

New Start supports current and incoming CSU student veterans with service-related injuries, helping them achieve success in college and ultimately in the career areas of their choice. New Start services include support in addressing memory, concentration, and/or physical challenges; stress management; the use of critical academic skills necessary for college success; peer mentoring; recreation connection and assistance; and connection to campus and community resources.

Student Disability Center (SDC)

(970) 491-6385
223 Lory Student Center

SDC provides support and help for students with both permanent and temporary limitations and chronic illness/health conditions (physical and mental health). Limitations include, but are not limited to, mobility, hearing, seeing, and learning. Chronic illness/health conditions include, but are not limited to, depression, diabetes, epilepsy, celiac, and concussion.

Restoring Effective Sleep Tranquility (REST)

Natalie Rolle MOT OTR/L, Student Veteran Coordinator
(970) 491-5181 |

REST is a program at Colorado State University that has been offering group-based and individualized sleep improvement education and support to qualifying post-9/11 student veterans since 2015. The program is directed and delivered by occupational therapists with advanced clinical training in cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia. This program is directed by Dr. Aaron Eakman, PhD, OTR/L, member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

Off Campus

Division for Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)

(970) 223-9823
2850 McClelland Drive, Suite 2000

DVR assists person with disabilities to succeed at work and live independently. Some of the services that are provided include: training services, vocational training, academic training, personal and vocational adjustment training, job coaching, on-the-job training, job-seeking skills training, books, tools and other training materials.

VA Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E)

Tony Taylor

Becky Hoerth

Services provided by VR&E include: help with job training, employment accommodations, resume development, and job seeking skills coaching. The VR&E can also help assist with Veterans starting their own businesses or independent living services for those who are severely disabled and unable to work in traditional employment.

On Campus

Asian Pacific American Cultural Center

(970) 491-6154
Lory Student Center 333

The Asian Pacific American Cultural Center provides programs and services to support the retention, graduation and success of students.  The office contributes to an inclusive campus environment by providing resources for Asian/Pacific American awareness and education.

Black/African American Cultural Center

(970) 491-5781
Lory Student Center 335

The Black/African American Cultural Center promotes a diverse, inclusive campus environment and serves as a resource to the campus community as well as surrounding communities, through academic, professional, cultural and personal development programs that embrace Black and African American experiences.  The primary goal is to enhance the overall college experience so that students achieve academically and are able to compete in a global society. The office has as one of its foremost goals to enhance students’ knowledge of the culture, history, heritage, and traditions that are unique to the African American experience.

El Centro

(970) 491-5722
Lory Student Center 225

El Centro’s mission is to provide an inclusive learning environment that welcomes all CSU students. El Centro supports and strengthens the academic and cultural experiences of students by providing workshops, leadership opportunities and Latina/o cultural awareness programs that promote student success and retention.

Native American Cultural Center

(970) 491-1332
Lory Student Center 327

The Native American Cultural Center (NACC) office was established in 1979. Our mission is to ensure a successful educational experience for students by providing support and services related to recruitment, retention, graduation, and community outreach. The office embraces and encourages a supportive environment based on the traditions and cultures of Native American peoples.

Pride Resource Center

(970) 491-4342
Lory Student Center 232

The Pride Resource Center seeks to foster a campus free of prejudice, bigotry, harassment, and violence by providing a space for all members of CSU communities to explore and increase their understanding of aspects related to sexual orientation, gender identity and expression in an open and nonjudgmental environment.

Women and Gender Advocacy Center

(970) 491-6384
Lory Student Center 234
112 Student Service Building

Women and Gender Advocacy Center provides programs and resources focusing on all genders, social justice, and interpersonal violence prevention. Additionally, WGAC provides advocacy and support for victims of sexual violence, stalking, sexual harassment and relationship violence. Our purpose is to provide a safe and affirming space for the students we serve at Colorado State University while supporting systemic change to end all forms of oppression within our community.

On Campus

The Career Center

Lory Student Center Room 120

State of Colorado Department of Labor and Employment

Sharon Lindell, Veterans Employment Representative
(303) 514-0438 |

Off Campus

Larimer County Work Force Center

(970) 498-6600
200 West Oak Street

The Workforce Center provides easy access to a wide array of employment and training services as well as educational funding. They also provide referral services to a wide array of partner agencies and other community-based organizations who offer health and human services.


To apply for programs, services, and possible funding you can apply here.

On Campus

CSU Health Network

(970) 491-7121

Hartshorn provides a variety of services including medical services, physical therapy, optometry and dental services. Appointments can be made online or on the phone.

Off Campus

**VA Fort Collins Outpatient Clinic

(970) 224-1550
2509 Research Blvd.

Services provided at the Fort Collins VA Clinic include primary care, mental health counseling, audiology, nutrition counseling as well as physical therapy and occupational therapy services once per month. Additionally, the on-site laboratory provides routine blood draws. Hours are Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. – 5: p.m.

**VA Transition & Care Management (TCM)

Drew Waldbauer, VA Case Manager
(307) 274-5707 |

The mission of TCM is to provide a seamless transition from military service to the VA health care system by addressing physical and emotional concerns associated with combat zone
service and adjustment to civilian. Drew is available to students who have a variety of VA questions and in the ALVS Office every Wednesday.


(970) 494-4040 

SALUD provides primary health care and dental services. SALUD accepts most health insurances, including Medicare and Medicaid. For those without health insurance, they offer discount services based on income.

Off Campus

Catholic Charities

(970) 484-5010
460 Linden Center Drive

Catholic Charities provides emergency services and has a shelter, The Mission in addition to serving three meals a day, as needed. They have specific women’s services as well.

Fort Collins Rescue Mission

316 Jefferson Street

Emergency services contact Tom Konstanty
(970) 224-4302 |

Fort Collins Rescue Mission serves breakfast starting at 6:30 a.m. and dinner starting at 5:30 p.m. They have 90 beds for both men and women. Other services they provide are a Steps to Success program and New Life Program, both in which help direct clients into rebuild their lives.

Volunteers of America

(970) 472-9630
405 Canyon Avenue

Volunteers of America provides food and nutrition services, domestic violence and homeless shelters, emergency services, as well as veteran services.

Some of their veteran services include housing counseling, intensive short-term case management, and temporary financial assistances to prevent or resolve homelessness.

On Campus

Housing & Dining Services

(970) 491-4743

CSU Housing and Dining Services provide a variety of services for students. These services include on-campus meal plans for the dining halls, RamCard, as well as housing options in university apartments.

Apartment Life – Apartment Life is made up of one, two, and three bedroom apartments in Single and Family Communities for residents from around the world. These communities are available to all CSU Students*, Post-doctoral Fellows, and Visiting Scholars.

Off-Campus Life

(970) 491-2248

In addition to having resources for housing off campus, OCL provides a variety of programs such as ride share, locker rentals, and rideshare.

Off Campus

Fort Collins Housing Authority

(970) 416-2910

FCHA offers a diverse range of housing programs throughout Fort Collins for those in need of affordable housing each year. Residents they assist include families with children, elderly, disabled, formerly homeless and/or veterans.

Neighbor to Neighbor

Home Ownership & Affordable Housing Program:
(970) 484-7498
1550 Blue Spruce Drive

Renters Program:
(970) 494-9705
242 Conifer Street

The mission of Neighbor to Neighbor is to open doors and advances lives from homelessness through homeownership by providing sustainable housing, supportive services, and education to the Larimer County community.

Volunteers of America

(970) 472-9630
405 Canyon Avenue

Volunteers of America provides food and nutrition services, domestic violence and homeless shelters, emergency services, as well as veteran services.

On Campus

Office of Financial Aid

Heidi Stuckert, Assistant Director for Student Success
(970) 491-4674 |

Heidi is the Adult Learner & Veteran Services liaison in the Student Financial Services Office.  She can offer financial information regarding things such as loans, grants, in-state tuition, FAFSA, and much more.

Veteran’s Education and Benefits Office (VEBO)

VA Certifying Officials

  • Katherine Sykes
  • Kristina Nordwall
  • Jenn Buchfink


Phone: (970) 491-6340

Fax: (970) 491-2283

In Person: 100 Centennial Hall | No Appointments Required
Fall/Spring Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday – Friday
Summer: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM Monday – Friday
If you would like to set up an appointment, use their Appointment Link.
Colorado State University
Attn: Veteran Benefits Office
1063 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, CO 80523

On Campus

Student Legal Services

(970) 491-1482
284 Lory Student Center

Student Legal Services provides free legal assistance to CSU undergraduate students. Continuously registered grad students may receive service by paying the semester fee of $8 for fall or spring, or $5 for summer. Hours are from 8:15 a.m. – 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday.

On Campus

Counseling Services – CSU Health Network

(970) 491-6053
151. W. Lake Street

The CSU Health Network provide various counseling services including, but not limited to: individual and group counseling, Specialized Alcohol and Drug Treatment, Emergency Services and Primary Care Behavioral Health Services. Your student fees provide access to a wide range of mental health support resources at no additional cost. Visit Counseling Services on the 3rd floor of the Health & Medical Center, and they’ll work together with you to find the resources that are best for you.

Psychological Services Center (CSU)

(970) 491-5212
C-36 Andrew Clark Building

The Psychological Services Center offers a variety of services on a sliding fee scale. An initial intake appointment is $5. Full-time students seeking services at PSC are charged a flat rate of $15 an hour. Services they offer include psychological evaluations, individual therapy, couples and family therapy, and child/adolescent therapy.

**Veteran’s Integration to Academic Leadership (VITAL)

Dr. Delia Sosa
(307) 286-1562 |

VITAL is the VA’s approach to reaching out to student Veterans to help facilitate the transition from Soldier to student. VITAL provides education and coordination of VA, campus, and community resources for student Veterans, ease of access to mental health counseling and supportive services, and create sound partnerships based upon unique needs of each campus.

Off Campus

Mountain Crest Behavioral Health

(970) 493-1157
4601 Corbett Drive

Mountain Crest Behavioral Healthcare Center helps adults and adolescents with mental health issues and substance abuse issues. Inpatient and outpatient programs are available.

Summit Stone

(970) 494-4200

Summit Stone provides a variety of resources such as addiction treatment, anger management, dual disorder services, mental health supportive services, women’s services, etc.

Summit Stone Crisis Walk-In Services

(970) 494-4200
1917 Riverside Ave.

This center offers 24/7/365 care to people of all ages in behavioral health crisis.

**Vet Center

(970) 221-5176
702 W Drake Building C

The Vet Center offers readjustment, sexual trauma/harassment and bereavement counseling for combat veterans and service members. The Vet Center offers individual, group and family counseling among other services. Their hours are Monday & Friday 7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Tuesday-Thursday 7:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. by appointment. Please call their office for more information on time and dates of group counseling.

For assistance after hours, weekends, and holidays call: 1-877-WAR-VETS (1-877-927-8387)

**Veteran Crisis Line

1-800-273-8255 Press 1
Text 838255

The Veteran’s Crisis Line connects Veterans, their families and friends in crisis with qualified caring responders through the Department of Veteran Affairs. Everything is confidential and they can be reached on the phone, via text or through online chat. Support is available 24/7, 365 days of the year. Support for deaf and hard of hearing individuals is available.

On Campus

Victim Assistance Team (VAT)

(970) 492-4242

Free and confidential services to assist Colorado State students and any friends or family who have been sexually assaulted on or off campus. They are available 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.

Off Campus

Crossroads Safehouse


Crossroads offers free safehousing, advocacy, legal assistance, transitional housing, and education for those experiencing domestic violence. Services provided include food, clothing, and support for residents.

Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Center (SAVA)

(970) 472-4204
4812 S. College Ave

SAVA’s direct victim services provide a safety net to individuals impacted by sexual violence. Services include inclusive therapy, support groups, and individual advocacy.

24-Hour Rape Crisis hotline (970) 472-4200

On Campus

**American Legion, CSU Post 1879

The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veteran’s organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is the nation’s largest wartime veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow service members and veterans.

Climbing Wall

Rec Center

The climbing wall is housed in the Rec Center at CSU and offers both bouldering and rope climbing. Open bouldering operates during normal Rec Center hours. Roped climbing is open from noon – 10 p.m. Monday-Friday and starts at 3 p.m. on weekends. For more information, check out their website!

Campus Rec Outdoor Program

(970) 491-1669
Rec Center

The Outdoor Program (OP) at Colorado State encompasses the climbing wall at the Student Recreation center, and offers over 50 different trips, clinics, and events throughout the year aimed at providing students with the skills to experience outdoor recreation opportunities throughout Colorado.

Intermural Sports

(970) 491-6671

Intermural Sports is a program offered by the CSU Rec Center. There are a variety of IM sports that you can sign up for that include, but are not limited to: badminton, basketball, bowling, dodgeball, flag football, golf, tube water polo, volleyball, and so many more! For more information, such as team sign up and fees, check out their website.

Rec Center

(970) 491-6359

The nationally recognized Rec Center at CSU offers a variety of opportunities to engage in. Some of their facilities include: aquatic center with a current channel, sauna, and rock wall, climbing wall, fitness studio, gym and track, workout spaces including weight room, cardio area, boxing area and TRX Suspension training space. Campus Recreation’s Fitness Program hosts a variety of programming and classes, including group fit, cycle, and mind/body fitness classes, personal trainer fitness camps, dance & martial arts classes, and one-on-one training with personal trainers.


(970) 491-1682
Lory Student Center 210

SLiCE brings together student organizations, student leaders and student volunteers under one umbrella; making the campus a better community and a more involved place. Being involved in SLiCE programs allows students to enrich their academic and social experience at CSU. The office also assists recognized student organizations in obtaining official university recognition, program planning, public relations, financial/budgetary matters, and leadership development for organizational officers, members, and advisors. More than 400 campus organizations reflect interests such as academic, political, religious, sport clubs, programming/service, governance, social, Greek, and special interests.

**Student Veteran Organization (SVO) , CSU Chapter

The CSU Veteran’s Group is an official member of the Student Veterans of America.  The SVA is a network of student veterans’ groups from college campuses throughout the United States.  It works as an advocate for student veterans at the local, state and national levels.  CSU was the first SVA chapter in Colorado.

Off Campus

**Healing Warriors Program

970-776-VETS (8387)

The Healing Warriors Program provides Acupuncture, CranioSacral therapy, and Healing Touch to our Active Duty and Veteran service member community, for assistance with pain management and PTSD symptoms. They provide services for Veterans, Active Duty service members of all branches of service, and their families, including partners and parents.  Each new patient receives 3 free sessions of their choice, and each visit after that is at a reduced cost of $35.

**Adaptive Recreation Opportunities

(970) 224-6027
215 N. Mason Street, 3rd Floor

ARO provides veteran-specific programming including archery, adaptive cycling, aquatic exercise, and iRest yoga (this class is specifically designed for military populations with great research to back up all of the practices).

**Hearts and Horses

(970) 663-4200
163 N CR 29 Loveland, CO

Hearts & Horses, a non-profit therapeutic riding facility nestled in the foothills of Northern Colorado, has been changing lives for people with disabilities since 1997. In addition to our work with handicapped individuals, we offer Equine Assisted Learning programs for at-risk youth. Our instructors are rigorously trained and certified by PATH Intl., the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International. Hearts & Horses is a PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center – the highest level of accreditation possible and is a highly regarded training facility for therapeutic riding instructors. Please contact them to see how Wounded Warriors could help pay for services for you!

**No Barrier Warriors

(970) 484-3633 |

The mission of No Barriers Warriors is to improve the lives of disabled veterans through transformative, experiential learning in challenging environments.


(970) 221-6655

The Recreator is a comprehensive community resource that includes information on City of Fort Collins Recreation facilities, programs, events, and activities. The Recreator features a diverse collection of community-wide opportunities for all ages and abilities. The Recreator is published quarterly and available throughout the community and on online.

**Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing

Steve Perry |

Help Physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities, including education and outings.

**Team Rubicon

Team Rubicon’s primary mission is providing disaster relief to those affected by natural disasters, be them domestic or international. By pairing the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders, medical professionals, and technology solutions, Team Rubicon aims to provide the greatest service and impact possible.

**Soldiers to Summits
Jason Eckman |

Our program integrates with the rehab process and helps soldiers restructure how they approach their past and future. Through the S2S experience, we provide veterans with camaraderie and support systems they can depend on.

**Veteran Expeditions

Nick Watson |
Nathan Perrault |

A community oriented and outdoor focused organization. Our approach is strategic and holistic—focusing on three main areas—the mind, body, and giving back purpose. The Mind—with a focus on building community, through shared stories and experience. The Body—through outdoor experience and reconnecting with the land Veterans served. And Giving Back Purpose—through outdoor employment opportunities. Our organization’s goal is to deliver the greatest impact to Veterans through a variety of outdoor trips and event.

On Campus

Adult Learner & Veteran Services

(970) 491-3977
Lory Student Center 288

For more information, contact the Assistant Director Lisa Chandler (970) 491-0415 or

Eagle Feather

(970) 491-1332
Lory Student Center 218​

The Native American Cultural Center offers tutoring for a variety of classes. Tutoring is available on a walk-in basis or to set up an appointment, email tutors directly.


(970) 491-3132
801 Oval Drive

TILT offers tutoring Sunday-Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.. For more information on courses available and tutors, contact the TILT office.

On Campus

Educational Opportunity Center

(970) 491-1077
The Access Center 304 Student Services Bldg.

Educational Opportunity Center is a national initiative focused on assisting adults in identifying, enrolling, and paying for college. Services include career awareness, financial aid assistance, educational and admissions assistance, as well as referrals to community agencies and additional support services.

Student Resolution Center

(970) 491-7165

Student Resolution Center provides a comprehensive array of approaches to support Colorado State University values of interpersonal civility, respect for human dignity, and the honoring of community standards. Our purpose is to support students as they overcome mistakes. Engage in character development with an emphasis on ethical decision-making and integrity. And resolve conflict at the lowest level possible through education, facilitation, and support.

Student Case Management 
(970) 491-8051

Student Case Management & Referral Coordination provides crisis prevention and intervention services. In difficult situations such as medical, mental health, behavioral, personal or family crisis, illness, or injury a student or family may find it difficult to navigate the resources and services available. Student Case Managers consult with students, faculty, staff, families, and providers to offer guidance on the next best steps.

Off Campus

**Joining Community Forces

Suzanne Buemi
(720) 250-1186

To meet the needs of the military members and their families, the Front Range Joining Community Forces meets once a quarter in a neutral location. The intent is to bring the community together and share in the services that each non-profit organization provides to support our military of all branches and components.

Project Self Sufficiency

(970) 407-0305
2001 South Shields D-203

Project Self Sufficiency assists low-income, single parents in their efforts to achieve economic independence and become free from community and government assistance while building and maintaining strong, healthy families. Services include: career exploration and planning, adult education, training and job readiness, and career-related employment.

SNAP (Food Stamps)

(970) 498-6300
1501 Blue Spruce

Supplemental food assistance for low-income families.

United Way Larimer County

(970) 407-7000
424 Pine Street, Suite 102

United Way offers a wide variety of services to help reduce poverty in Larimer County. Some of their programs include 2-1-1 which is a service to connect people to the community for resources. Some of these resources include aging services, disaster recovery, food, housing & utility services, free tax preparation, legal assistance, holiday assistance, etc. They also have a Womengive program.