Without coming together to find food, shelter, and resources, human beings would not exist today. From the beginning, it was known that being a part of a community not only helps us to survive, but to…Read More
Community Center Services
COVID19 Update 3/19/2020:
Effective Monday, March 23, 2020, OUR Center changed its hours of service for food (groceries and lunch).
Groceries will be available once/week via a drive-through service at 220 Collyer Street in Longmont on the following schedule:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday: 9:00am – 12:00 noon
Tuesday – 1:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Participants will need to show photo ID and address verification, as usual. New participants will be asked to complete an Intake form.
Lunch will be served via a drive-up service 12:00-1:00pm daily (7 days a week). Existing participants should present their meal card. New participants should present a photo ID.
Resource appointments will be available via phone only until further notice. Call 303-772-5529 or email email@example.com.
All classes and in-person meetings are suspended.
We are committed to serving the community with basic and essential needs, and we appreciate your patience and cooperation during this unprecedented time.
Read our latest press release here:
Why We Do What We Do
Boulder County is one of the wealthiest counties in the nation; yet tens of thousands of people live below the federal poverty level. The federal poverty level is a national average poverty benchmark and doesn’t take into account the actual cost of living in an expensive place like Boulder County. When fixed incomes don’t meet a need or emergency situations arise, greater Longmont residents need a hand-up to prevent homelessness, maintain work and performance in schools, and enhance family and individual potential.
Learn more about us from this video from our Sunflower Sundown Fall Benefit on September 14, 2019:
The OUR Center understands these situations and has created a welcoming, supportive and inclusive place for greater Longmont residents to seek an array of services to regain or begin their road to self-sufficiency. In mutual collaboration with our program participants, we develop personalized plans to assist individuals and families move toward self-sufficiency. With services in hospitality care, personal development and family assistance so that those in need can find the support they need. Each participant meets with a Resource Navigator to explore their personal Self-Sufficiency Matrix and, through two-way follow-up, they regain or begin the road to self-sufficiency. We provide confidentiality, respect, compassionate care, and honesty with all individuals and families.
The OUR Center, a non-profit in Longmont, Colorado, assists individuals and families in need of food, resources and to develop vital life-long skills to enable self-sufficiency.
Download our 2019 Annual Report here: Annual Report 2019
(Photographs by Joshua Buck // Consortium Productions … www.consortiumproductions.com)