Local Assistance Resources: Louisville, Colorado
Page Updated May 2021
Sister Carmen Community Center offers food assistance, distributing pre-packaged food boxes to those in need.
- Food to meet nutritional needs
Includes financial assistance for home repairs
Cultivate (formerly known as Boulder County CareConnect) is a nonprofit organization that has been helping seniors in Boulder County since 1972. Our mission is to help seniors flourish through active engagement with their community.
The Fix-it Program provides minor home repairs to adults age 60+. The goal with the Fix-It Program is to decrease the risk of falls in and around the home. YardBusters and IceBusters are both part of the Fix-It program.
Their experienced volunteer Fix-It team provides minor home repairs, once-per-year yard clean-up and snow removal. Participants are asked to provide materials for all home repair and maintenance jobs.
- Fire alarm installation
- Grab bar installation
- Installation of weather-stripping
- Lamp and switch repair
- Wheelchair repair
- And much more
Most supplies for repair jobs are the responsibility of the client. In some instances, grab bars are available at no cost.
Path to Home supports adults experiencing homelessness with 24/7 access to basic needs services such as meals and safe shelter.
- 24/7 access to shelter
- Case management
- Coordinated Entry services to access housing opportunities
Through intensive, immediate service engagement and custom navigation plans clients are able to quickly access housing options other than emergency shelter.