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City of Longmont Seeks Letters of Intent for Navigation Services for Adults Experiencing Homelessness

Post Date:08/11/2017 1:22 pm

The City of Longmont, the City of Boulder and Boulder County are collaborating on a new countywide systems approach for serving adults experiencing homelessness to improve coordination, align resources, and ultimately be more effective in helping people achieve stable housing.

The City of Longmont is requesting Letters of Intent (LOI) from entities that wish to provide Immediate Resolution and Short-term Navigation services for adults experiencing homelessness. Immediate Resolution and Short-term Navigation are intended for people who require limited assistance to resolve their housing crisis and return to stable housing. The City of Boulder will procure these same services for its community, and the cities of Longmont and Boulder will work together with selected contractors to ensure that services are as consistent as possible throughout Boulder County.

More details about these Navigation services can be found in the online Request for Letters of Intent.
 
Eligibility: Existing nonprofit agencies or governmental entities with experience in providing related or similar services for homeless adults in Longmont are eligible to submit Letters of Intent. Providers must be based in the City of Longmont with established relationships and knowledge of local issues and community and housing resources.

Application Process: All interested entities must submit Letters of Intent to Karen Roney, Community Services Director, 350 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501 or karen.roney@longmontcolorado.gov by 5:00 p.m. on August 31, 2017. The City will accept hard copy or digital submissions via email. Late submissions will not be accepted.

For more information, please contact Karen Roney, City of Longmont, at 303-651-8633 or  karen.roney@longmontcolorado.gov.


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