The Inn Between of Longmont, Inc. (Inn) was established in 1993 out of the collective efforts of a coalition of 23 community agencies to address homelessness. Since then, the Inn has grown from one facility with 31 units to four facilities with 72 units of supportive housing. In 2015, in order to meet the growing need for affordable housing in our community, the administrative offices were moved from 250 Kimbark Street to a commercial building to provide space for an additional five units of housing at this facility. By providing these five additional units, the Inn will prepare to bridge a gap in the affordable housing market. The Inn has a total of 72 units; 16 three-bedroom, 15 two-bedroom, 19 one-bedroom and 22 Single Room Occupancy (SRO) units. In 2015, we housed 263 individuals; 108 of those were children residing at The Inn.
Goal: To provide safe, time limited, low cost supportive housing to low income families and individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Objective: To be the agent of change for clients by meeting critical housing needs to empower them to achieve stability.
Goal: To educate residents to become self-sufficient
Objective: To ensure necessary resources and case management support are in place help residents set goals and action plans and build skills needed to live independently with stability.
Goal: To collaborate with the community to address homelessness and affordable housing needs for a diverse low-income popul
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