Grand Valley Coalition for the Homeless

Partner Agencies

CES participants

  1. Adult Protection Services

    Adult Protection serves as a program that helps connect the at risk adult with services and resources.

  2. All On the Line Grand Junction

    A movement of Americans, working to create fair congressional districts where voters select their representatives rather than vice-versa.

  3. Cardinal Capital

    Cardinal Capital Management, Inc. is a national housing developer based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with more than 9,500 units of housing across Wisconsin, Iowa, Colorado, Arizona and Georgia.

  4. Center for Independence

    The Center for Independence provides training and advocacy for those with disabilities. Services range from low vision programs, deaf and hard of hearing services to transitional and job training.

  5. CHFA

    CHFA strengthens Colorado by investing in affordable housing and community development. We offer financial resources to strengthen homeownership, affordable rental housing, and businesses.

  6. Colorado Mesa University

    Founded in 1925, Colorado Mesa University is a comprehensive regional public higher education institution offering liberal arts, professional, and technical programs at the master's, bachelor's, associate and certificate levels.

  7. Colorado Health Network

    Since 1983, Colorado Health Network has sought to innovatively and equitably meet the evolving needs of individuals in Colorado living with and at risk of acquiring HIV. Colorado Health Network is a statewide organization and currently serves over 5,250 individuals living with HIV by providing a broad spectrum of holistic support services including medical and oral health care, case management, mental health, and substance abuse counseling, nutrition services, and financial assistance.

  8. Colorado Legal Services

    Legal help for low-income Coloradans seeking assistance with civil legal needs.

  9. Community Department of Correction and Parole

    Mesa County Community Corrections provides custody, security, and rehabilitation services to sentenced offenders, ensuring the opportunity for clients to maintain employment.

  10. Community Food Bank

    The Community Food Bank in Grand Junction has been committed to feeding those in need in Mesa County since 1978. Our mission is to provide nutritious food to individuals and families in crisis. There are no income qualifications or other restrictions on who is eligible to receive a 3-day supply of emergency food.

  11. Department of Human Services

    The Mesa County Department of Human Services, established in 1936, provides multiple services to the citizens of Mesa County. The Department is administered by the Mesa County Commissioners, acting as the County Board of Human Services. DHS employs and/or contracts approximately 250 employees, providing supportive or direct services to clients with a $24 million budget.

  12. Department of Veterans Affairs

    The VA Western Colorado Health Care System exists to serve the veteran through the delivery of timely quality care by staff who demonstrate outstanding customer service, the advancement of health care through research, and the education of tomorrow's health care providers.

  13. Early Learning Ventures

    ELV is a Colorado-based not-for-profit organization dedicated to expanding access to quality, affordable child care. The organization focuses its efforts on improving the quality of early child care programs offered at the nation’s center- and home-based child care facilities—85 percent of which are small, independent businesses that lack the infrastructure and resources to invest in quality improvements.

  14. Food Bank of the Rockies

    The Food Bank of the Rockies helps families thrive by efficiently procuring and distributing food and essentials to the hungry through our programs and partner agencies.

  15. Front Range Clinic

    Front Range Clinic takes an evidence-based and unique approach to drug addiction treatment and addiction medicine. We recognize the immediate need and the small window of time available to provide outpatient medical care to individuals battling addiction.

  16. Grand Junction City Council

    In 1921 the citizens of Grand Junction voted to employ the Council-Manager form of government. This system combines the political leadership of elected officials with the managerial expertise of an appointed local government manager. The members of the City Council are elected by the citizens of Grand Junction to make policy decisions and laws, similar to a board of directors in a private company.

  17. Grand Junction Housing Authority

    The Grand Junction Housing Authority helps people when they are most vulnerable to regain their footing, and together we strengthen the community.

  18. Grand Junction Visitor Center

    Visit Grand Junction is a department of the City of Grand Junction and is dedicated to marketing the Grand Junction area to attract year-round tourism, thereby providing for a sustainable and consistent economy and enhanced quality of life for residents.

  19. Grand Valley Peace and Justice

    Grand Valley Peace & Justice was established in 1990. In order to serve the common good of all, we invite all denominations and communities to join with us to effectively create and implement projects and programs on local, national and international justice concerns.

  20. Grand Valley Catholic Outreach

    Grand Valley Catholic Outreach is the collaborative effort of many churches and individuals offering emergency services to people in need with the help of over 500 volunteers.

  21. Hilltop

    Sometimes we all need a little help facing life’s challenges. For 65 years, Western Colorado has turned to Hilltop for compassionate and comprehensive human services.

  22. HomewardBound of the Grand Valley

    HomewardBound operates as an independent non-profit and is the only year-round homeless shelter within a 200-mile radius of Grand Junction.

  23. Housing Resources of Western Colorado

    We want to make our community a better place by providing these housing services to those in need: Affordable rentals through our property management program, Housing rehabilitation loan program to assist homeowners with necessary health and safety repairs, a Homebuyer Education class that prepares first-time buyers to be successful homeowners, Homeownership through the Self-Help build housing program, and Energy efficiency upgrades on homes through the Weatherization Assistance Program.

  24. Job Corps

    Job Corps is a tuition-free training and education program that connects eligible young men and women with the skills and educational opportunities they need to establish real careers.

  25. Junction Community Church

    Junction Community Church is a vibrant, diverse, and growing community of faith where all are welcome.

  26. Karis, Inc.

    Karis, Inc., was created after its founder recognized there was a need to help youth experiencing homelessness in Mesa County.

  27. Latimer House

    Hilltop’s Latimer House helps those who have experienced domestic violence or sexual assault move from crisis to confidence.

  28. Mesa County

    Mesa County supports and enhances our community by efficiently addressing needs and services.

  29. Mesa County Libraries

    Mesa County Libraries enrich lives and build community through opportunities to learn, discover, create, and connect.

  30. Mesa County Public Health

    Mesa County Public Health, formed in 1948, provides a wide range of public and environmental health services to Mesa County residents and, in some programs, the region. Our mission, to maintain and improve health through assessment of community health status, policy development to support effective programs, and assurance of high quality, effective education and service, is the driving force behind our programming and community collaborations.

  31. Mind Springs Health

    Mind Springs Health is the leading behavioral health provider on Colorado’s western slope, offering you a full-range of mental health and addiction services, from mobile crisis response to individual, family, couples and group programs for all ages.

  32. Moffat County United Way

    By mobilizing our community through financial resources, United Way can fund agencies that provide support services to individuals and families therefore improving their lives through direct impact.

  33. Rocky Mountain Health Plans

    Rocky Mountain Health Plans is Colorado-based and Colorado-focused. We were founded in Grand Junction more than 40 years ago to provide Coloradans access to high-quality healthcare.

  34. Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

  35. Sans Soucy Law, LLC

    With over 10 years of experience, San Soucy Law LLC has been working with Colorado’s disenfranchised to help navigate the legal pitfalls of getting the assistance they need.

  36. School District 51

    Mesa County Valley School District 51 is the largest school district on the Western Slope of Colorado and the 14th largest school district in the state. Our boundaries stretch from the Utah border to Palisade, from the Bookcliff Mountain Range down to Whitewater and Gateway. Each day, nearly 3,000 employees serve 22,000 students in 46 of our schools & programs.

  37. SCL Health - St Mary's

    SCL Health is a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization dedicated to improving the health of the people and communities we serve, especially those who are poor and vulnerable.

  38. Solidarity not Charity

    Solidarity Not Charity is a free association of individuals dedicated to mutual aid, interconnections, and empowering all to seek truth, justice and creative, sustainable, holistic solutions for our community and our world.

  39. The Arc Mesa County

    Through collaborative effort, influencing public policy and increasing public awareness, The Arc Mesa County advocates for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and their families, wherever they may be, to ensure their opportunity to pursue personal goals, be educated and live, work and recreate with other community members.

  40. The Molina Center

    The Molina Center began as the dream of Merle Vostatek when he purchased a 40 acre parcel of rural land near Molina, CO in the 1960s. He envisioned it to be used for the betterment of humankind, as a refuge from the rigors of contemporary society, as a place for learning how to live in harmony and cooperation with nature and each other, and as a venue for rejuvenation and sustainability.

  41. Volunteers of America

    Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. Through more than 50 distinct human service programs throughout the state of Colorado, including housing and healthcare, Volunteers of America helps more than 200,000 Coloradoans each year.

  42. Western Colorado Alliance for Community Action

    In 1980, people from across western Colorado came together to create a unified voice, organizing people to build grassroots power over the decisions that impact their lives. Joined together as Western Colorado Congress, we won precedent-setting victories for landowners, consumers, our environment, and everyday people in our communities. Now, we are launching the next 40 years of grassroots community organizing as the Western Colorado Alliance for Community Action.