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Shelter from homelessness with nutritious food and health services

During the two hours each week, UCHealth employees have built meaningful relationships with Redtail Ponds residents and helped to identify other health gaps, such as pain management and care coordination. CHI has held nutrition and mindfulness classes and added acupuncturist Bruce Hinckley from CHI, who now spends one hour a week caring for residents More...

By |2023-12-18T11:42:03-06:00March 16th, 2023|Community Stories, Community Stories Featured|

Housing Catalyst, BHS Impact Fund Grantee, provides innovative programs for individuals with complex needs

Housing Catalyst received a grant from the BHS Impact Fund Grant Program to fund a Behavioral Heath Clinician (BHC) to provide therapeutic services for residents living in Permanent Supportive Housing.  The clinician supports the stability and behavioral health of 120 formerly homeless residents by providing crisis intervention, individual and group therapy, case management, and More...

By |2023-12-18T11:42:04-06:00January 31st, 2023|Community Stories, Community Stories Featured|

Artist Noé Barnett installs murals at Oak 140

On September 9, artist Noé Barnett unveiled two murals he created for Housing Catalyst’s newest affordable housing development, Oak 140. The murals feature Barnett’s signature floral designs and visible light spectrum combined with outstretched hands, signifying how members of a community both reach out for help and extend a helping hand to others. An More...

By |2023-12-18T11:42:23-06:00September 12th, 2022|Community Stories, Community Stories Featured, News|

Redtail Ponds and Mason Place host barbecues with Fort Collins Police

This spring, Housing Catalyst was able to renew a tradition that had been paused by the pandemic. Fort Collins Police joined residents as Mason Place and Redtail Ponds for some good food and great conversations. Redtail Ponds began hosting the “trust-building barbecues” to give residents and law enforcement a chance to get to know More...

By |2023-12-18T11:42:25-06:00June 16th, 2022|Community Stories, Community Stories Featured|

Coloradoan: Fort Collins’ Mason Place provides a roof for 60 previously homeless residents

Walter Roberts hasn't had a place to call his own in quite some time. He can't really remember how long it's been except that it "was a long time ago." Roberts, 65, moved into Mason Place a couple of weeks ago. Here in the heart of Midtown Fort Collins, he has his own bedroom and bathroom, a kitchen and More...

By |2023-12-18T11:42:51-06:00February 10th, 2021|Community Stories, Community Stories Featured|
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