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Schwindt Place

A door to lock at night for our neighbors that are homeless. Some need a fresh start and others a second chance.

Today, I met a 70-year-old homeless man. I'll call him Jaxson. He was tired, hungry, in pain, and failing to thrive. Jaxson was giving up. Down to 124 lbs, he carried everything he owned in a backpack, used a walking stick to get around, then one day he suffered a bad fall. This resulted in a broken leg, surgery, hospital stay, rehab in a nursing home, and back to the streets. Every night his bed is on the sidewalk. He suffers through the rain, the snow, and the hot sun daily. His meds are hard to get refilled and he always has to watch his back. Sadly there are people who will take advantage of Jaxson and steal his meds. The Servant's Heart wants to make a difference in the life of Jaxson.

Help The Servant's Heart provide a home for men and women like Jaxson.

They're not asking for a handout. They're asking to be seen, some clinging to hope, others afraid to hope. They're somebody, yet nobody is looking for them. For the most part, they feel invisible to be so visible. Help The Servant's Heart, to bring hope, change, and second chances.

The Schwindt Community Home will offer a comfortable and secure place to live. A place to call home, a place to feel safe at night, a place where there's a hot meal, hot shower, the comforters must have and the homeless long for.

We need your help to make this happen. Will you please donate today.

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Street Outreach

Help by volunteering and/or donating.

Help us to inspire and encourage meaningful change. We provide food, needed items, mentoring, emergency/temporary shelter, information, referrals to assisted programs, encouragement, and support through our mobile street outreach team.

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Independent Advocacy

is a way to help people have a stronger
voice and to have as much control as possible over their own lives.

The role of an independent advocate is to support and represent the person.

The purpose of independent advocacy is to: Assist and support clent to speak out/speak up for themselves. Ensure that a Client's voice is heard and listened to. Assist clients to achieve their goals and/or to access the services they need. Safeguarding clients who are vulnerable and discriminated against or whom services find difficult to serve. Empowering clients who need a stronger voice by enabling them to express their own needs and make their own decisions.

For more information contact us.

Referral to Counseling

Professional counselors help clients identify goals and potential solutions to problems that cause emotional turmoil; seek to improve communication and coping skills; strengthen self-esteem; and promote behavior change and optimal mental health. ides to a client.

Assistance Program

Class on vehicle maintenance
Help with paperwork: SSI/SSDI
Food Stamps
Food Bank
Grocery gift card
Gas gift card
Pet food Dog/Cat
Food Motel Night/El Palamino (Ft. Collins)

Drop-in at the office
Set up appointment
Learn more about St Outreach
Pick up a gift card (not always available)
Non-Perishable food bag
Bottle of Water
Cup of coffee
Bible Study



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.