2022 Human Service Agency Funding Program

City of Longmont colorado
Last date: 
Thursday, September 9, 2021
United States

Detailed Description

The City of Longmont has opened its 2022 application process for human service grants to community agencies to assist the most vulnerable residents to meet their individual and family’s basic physical, social, economic and/or emotional needs.

Overall, funding will target a range of safety net services (that includes prevention, early invention and support services) that strengthen the following areas so individuals and families can stabilize and thrive:

Housing Stability: supporting a continuum of affordable housing options; helping people find and sustain stable housing.

Self-sufficiency and resilience: supporting households during tough economic times; helping households attain steady employment with livable wages and move toward self-sufficiency; and helping households remain as self-reliant as possible.

Food & Nutrition: helping households obtain adequate quantity and quality of food.

Health & Well-being: ensuring access to affordable medical, dental and mental health care.

Education & Skill Building: starting young and continuing throughout all stages of life, offering education, and skills training that are the building blocks of self-sufficiency.

Safety and Justice: ensuring safe and supportive environments for vulnerable children and adults.

Eligibility Criteria

  • The city will consider applications from private or public, not-for-profit or for-profit, non-governmental or governmental agencies that serve Longmont residents. All agencies must be legally incorporated entities in good standing.
  • Eligible agencies must primarily serve low and moderate-income Longmont residents, and must be able to document that their services benefit a significant number of Longmont residents. Agencies that operate on a countywide or regional basis must also demonstrate how they successfully involve the Longmont community in planning and program development to most effectively address the needs of Longmont residents.
  • City of Longmont funding is intended to support direct service non-sectarian programs. These funds are not intended to be used as start-up money to establish a new human service agency or program, or for major capital purchases or facility improvements.


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