Northern Colorado CAHP System

The Northern Colorado Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement System (CAHPS) provides streamlined and equitable access for Northern Coloradoans who are experiencing homelessness. CAHPS is a collaborative effort, relying on numerous agencies to achieve success. Northern Colorado CAHPS participants include:

Alternatives to Violence

A Woman’s Place

Brain Injury Alliance

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Denver (Larimer and Weld County campuses)

Centennial Board of Cooperative Educational Services

City of Fort Collins – Social Sustainability

City of Fort Collins – Municipal Court

City of Loveland – Community Partnerships

Colorado Health Network

Connections for Independent Living

Crossroads Safehouse

Disabled Resource Services

Family Housing Network

Fort Collins Rescue Mission

Greeley Transitional House

Homeward Alliance

House of Neighborly Service: 137 Homeless Connect and Family Promise (formally known as Angel House)

Housing Catalyst

Larimer County AIIM Program

Loveland Community Kitchen

Loveland Housing Authority

Murphy Center for Hope

Neighbor to Neighbor

North Colorado Health Alliance and the Community Action Collaborative

North Range Behavioral Health

Northern Colorado Continuum of Care

One Community, One Family

Outreach Fort Collins

Rocky Mountain Health Plans

Salvation Army (Greeley and Loveland)

Division of Housing, State of Colorado Department of Local Affairs

SummitStone Health Partners

The Matthews House

United Way of Larimer County

United Way of Weld County

Cheyenne VA Healthcare System

Volunteers of America (VOA)

UNC Sociology Department

Weld County Department of Human Services