The Servant’s Heart Corporation
Is a community outreach to individuals, families, and Veterans struggling with homelessness and facing a range of obstacles. The goal of our work is to help each individual reach their full potential. Our approach is to meet each person where they are and support them as they work toward a life of stability, productivity, meaning, hope, and self-sufficiency.

Schwindt Foundation Center
Many individuals need short-term stabilization before they can find housing that will meet their long-term needs. That’s why Schwindt Foundation, will provide up to12- months of housing at an affordable rate to homeless individuals looking to obtain self-sufficiency.
We encourage and hold each person accountable as they strive to address and overcome the issues that they face. An individual does not become homeless overnight. They do not go from having a home, job, and family to living on the street in an instant. Their life unravels over time. It takes time to stitch that life back together. Everyone must be ready and willing to do the hard work (reflection, healing, and focus) to step back to a life of stability, productivity, meaning and hope. The Schwindt Foundation Center supports them on that journey, providing guidance, tools, encouragement, and love.

Day Center Programs
The Day Program is well-structured and welcomes guests into the Center each day to meet their immediate needs while providing case management and other support. The Program is designed to support homeless individuals on their journey through homelessness, in keeping with our mission of Meeting Needs… Reclaiming Self-Sufficiency.

We provide:

  • Structured case management
  • Mail distribution and use as a stable address, vital for engaging with
    government agencies and potential employers.
  • Coordination of transportation for medical and social service appointments,
    in conjunction with Case Management.
  • Medical and dental resources
  • Computer access and training.
  • Financial management training
  • Job readiness/Job training and preparation
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Life-skills education/Training in household management
  • Church Services/Bible Studies/Spiritual development
  • Cultivating healthy relationships
  • Accountability

Rhoades-Hospice/Respite Room
Hospice or Resptie Care to help homeless individual diagnosed with chronic and terminal illnesses. This program caters to those that have been told by a physician that they have 6 months or less to live. As funding allows, SF provides rental assistance, support services and case management, while local hospice providers provide medical care, medications and hospice specific services.

Independent Advocacy

What is independent advocacy?
Advocacy services help people – especially the most vulnerable – to be involved in the decisions that affect their lives.

An advocate can

  • · help you express your opinions
  • · provide information
  • · help you understand and explore your choices
  • · offer practical help, such as writing letters and attending meetings
  • · make sure the correct procedures are followed.
  • · helpful if there is any disagreement with anyone.
  • · represent your wishes without judging or giving a personal opinion ,
  • · make sure your voice is heard.
  • · during assessments, such as hospital discharge or needs assessments
  • · when planning or reviewing your care and support
  • · if there are changes to your services
  • · if there is an investigation into possible abuse
  • when making complaints

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Volunteering Opportunities
The Servant’s Heart. Corp. Volunteer Program is designed to creatively engage people in their unique talents.

Volunteering doesn’t take any special skills or extensive experience – and there’s never a shortage of organizations looking for help. Once you begin your volunteer position, don’t hesitate to offer help outside of your assigned job. Our society would not be as strong as it is without folks willing to help those in need. Get started and volunteer today.

Learn to do it your self workshops

Anyone can learn new skills, bit it’s easier if you have someone to serve as an instructor.  One of the biggest ways to save money through the years is to “do it ourselves.”  We offer hands on workshops. In the following areas.  There is a wonderful sense of accomplishment and empowerment that comes from knowing that you can do things like this for yourself. That feeling grows with each new skill you master.

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    Basic Car Maintenance Make an appoinment email:
    • Oil change
    • Tire rotation 
    • Tire air pressure
    • Battery maintenance 
    • Safety checks
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    Basic Home Maintenance Make appoinment
    • Fix leaky faucets, 
    • A light fixture
    • Re-purpose old into new
    • Importance of cleaning gutters
    • Winterizing the home and more
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    Bringing It Back To The Basics Starting Spring 2020

    Learn the basics of planting a garden. We believe that growing your own food is a skill that EVERY one should learn. 

    Growing your own food is a sure way to ALWAYS have food on the table. With proper garden care, your garden can be a permanent food source for you and your family.

Organizations that TSH serves alongside
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    Faith Family Hospitality (FFH)

    We provide backpacks, school supplies, and clothes to help homeless children who are starting or going back to school. The Servant’s Heart, Corp. also holds photo sessions for their families as pictures aren’t something they can afford, not even school pictures. We make sure they have school pictures and family pictures.

    Every child deserves to be happy on Christmas day. That is why our organization hosts a Christmas drive, Christmas party, and a visit from Santa for homeless kids to make them feel the holiday cheer. 

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    Fort Collins Rescue Mission
    • The Servant’s Heart Toiletry Drive and Bra Drive
    • Christmas Stocking Stuffed With Socks and Gloves 
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    Family Housing Network
    Serve 6.8 Family Day
    Murphy Center of Hope
    Catholic Charities

Recycle! Reuse! Reduce! Re-purpose!

Boxes into a little Red Barn
Old t-shirts into a shirt for your child
Food Jars into storage jars

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Additional Information

Homeless Shelters

  • Catholic Charities: 970-484-5010
  • Murphy’s Center: 970-494-9940
  • Ft. Collins Rescue Mission: 970-224-4302
  • Faith Family Hospitality, FC: 970-484-3342

Other Local Resources

  • Disabled Resources: 970-482-2700
  • Colorado Legal Services: 970-493-2891


Help us to inspire and encourage meaningful change. The Servant’s Heart, Corp. in Fort Collins, Colorado highly appreciates any form of help toward our cause. Making a donation, no matter how small, will make a great difference in someone else’s life. It is through your help that we can continue our mission and help the less fortunate in our community transcend their circumstances. To make a cash donation, kindly click the button below.