Outreach

Who we serve

Who we serve

Our participants are women at risk who come from various backgrounds seeking support and encouragement. We have continued to find women by contacting women's abuse shelters, court drug programs, judges, probation officers, detention centers, halfway houses, alternative sentencing units and homeless shelters. We welcome any woman experiencing personal life challenges.

“I cannot thank you enough for everything you do for all of us at (Larimer County Corrections).  The hope is truly here.  THANK YOU for ensuring our ladies are loved and cared for as they journey their way through our doors back into theirs… I see the transformation in many ladies, and the first thing I ask is, “do you go to Room 4 Hope?”  and 99% of the time, the answer is YES.

What room 4 Hope is doing here make such a positive difference in the lives of these ladies, and most surely the lives of their families." Lori Whitson, Alternative Sentencing Manager, Criminal Justice Services.

Our Goals

Our Goals
  • Provide a safe and confidential environment where personal issues can be expressed.
  • Offer support and encouragement from mentors.
  • Provide a support group where each voice is heard and respected.
  • Equip our women with the knowledge of practical Biblical teachings.
  • Encourage our women to express themselves in a wholesome respectful manner.
  • Direct our women to resources for employment, housing and economic aid.
  • Endeavor to accompany women to important life events.
  • Maintain ongoing relationships through personal communication and prayer.
  • Build self-esteem and encourage confidence.
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Our Community Outreach Program

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Our Community Outreach Program

“Faith sees the invincible,
Believes the incredible & Receives the impossible”

​In the past 13 years, through the generosity of our mentors, their churches and other friends, we have met a broad array of needs represented by our Room 4 Hope women. Those needs include Bibles and study materials, dental assistance, apartment furnishings, medical bills, children's Christmas gifts, school supplies, computers, wheelchairs, clothing, food and many personal items.

Room 4 Hope was awarded this plaque in recognition of the services and support of the women residents at the Larimer County Corrections facility in Ft. Collins, Colorado. Thank you LCCC for giving us the opportunity to serve our community. Our Room 4 Hope attendees have made great strides in their lives to become better mothers, family members and citizens.

In addition to the plaque, Room 4 Hope was awarded recognition for the community work accomplished during the year.  The awards are from Group publishing and Group Gives (Group Realty) for which we are so thankful.

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