Get Involved with Weld’s Way Home

Volunteer at the Housing Navigation Center.

We are seeking volunteers who can commit to five hours a week to help Weld County’s homeless population. Volunteers will help guests find and secure housing and access needed services like mail and laundry. All volunteers are trained in Housing First strategies. For questions or to get started, email Nicole Quinn. More detailed volunteer opportunity descriptions can be found below: 

Intern with the Housing Navigation Center.

The Housing Navigation Center is seeking a part-time, unpaid intern, preferably with a background in Human Services or a related field. Benefits include experience in diversion, HMIS (Homeless Management Information Systems), networking with partnering agencies, and direct service opportunities. If you are interested in helping those at risk of homelessness or experiencing homelessness using a Housing First model, please apply by emailing Nicole Quinn. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. More information can be found at the link below:

Serve the homeless in Weld County.

The Cold Weather Shelter (open Nov. 1, 2019 – April 15, 2020) is seeking volunteers to bring and serve food at the cold weather shelter. To sign up or to get more information, please contact Steven McLaughlin @ 970-616-8606 or This is a great opportunity to make a significant impact with those experiencing homelessness. An excellent way to serve with your family, friends, church group, student group or co-workers!

Be a community leader for Weld’s Way Home.

Housing instability and homelessness are complex issues that require a highly collaborative approach. Weld’s Way Home is looking for leaders from all sectors to join our working groups. Email Melanie Falvo today to find out how we can utilize your unique skills and expertise to carry out the work of Weld’s Way Home.