Larimer Campus Community Resources

Below are some community resources available to our students attending the Larimer Campus in Fort Collins and Loveland.

Food for Thought is a food pantry located on campus, and is available to all students taking classes. The pantry stocks a variety of food items, such as peanut butter, canned goods, bread and fresh fruits and vegetables. The kind of food that is available varies depending on food deliveries and donations.

Students simply sign in with their S number and take one bag full of food a week. Food for Thought is open Mondays and Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. and is located in the small building next to the greenhouse, off of Starflower Road between Little Bear Peak and Maroon Peak. 

The food pantry is funded through donations and a partnership with the Larimer County Food Bank.

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  • Planned Parenthood: (970) 493‐0281; (800) 230-7526
    • Trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world. Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of women, men, and young people worldwide.
  • Larimer County Human Services: (970) 498‐6300
  • Loveland Housing Authority:(970) 667‐3232
  • Neighbor to Neighbor:
    • Fort Collins: (970) 484‐7498; (970) 494-9705
    • Loveland: (970) 663‐4163
    • Stable housing is vital to individual, family, and community health. Without meeting basic housing needs, families struggle with other needs such as meals, education, employment, and health care. Neighbor to Neighbor is the primary housing resource for Larimer County residents, with services fostering the basic human need for stable housing.
  • Fort Collins Rescue Mission: (970) 224‐4302
  • Larimer County Office on Aging: (970) 498-7750
    • Emergency Shelter Resources
CCAMPIS (Child Care Access Means Parents in School) is a federally funded program that provides child care subsidies to qualified students who are enrolled part-time or full-time at FRCC. Student-parent applicants must meet certain requirements set forth by the Department of Education to be eligible for child care assistance through CCAMPIS. Learn more.

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  • Larimer County Pro Bono Program: (970) 402‐2075
    • The Larimer County Pro Bono Program attempts to match residents with private attorneys for certain legal matters. The Program provides referrals, as available, to private attorneys (Pro Bono) and to appropriate agencies for residents of Larimer County who meet financial and income guidelines.
    • The Pro Bono Program does not handle bankruptcy, criminal, workers compensation, social security or personal injury cases.
  • Victims Compensation Fund
    • This Fund consists of money provided through fees levied against persons convicted of felonies, misdemeanors and certain traffic offenses. Persons victimized by crime in Larimer County can apply to the Fund to have certain costs associated with the crime committed against them paid for.
    • Compensable costs include medical, funeral, and counseling expenses as well as residential doors, locks and windows if they are damaged or destroyed during a crime.
    • The Victim Compensation Fund is administered by a Board of Directors appointed by the District Attorney.
  • Larimer County Human Services: (970) 498‐6300
  • Health First Colorado  The state Medicaid resource for eligible individuals. Apply for eligibility online.
  • The Health Care Clinic in Fort Collins accepts students and their families for medical care including telemedicine and urgent care. Insured and uninsured accepted. Pay out of pocket for uninsured patients.
  • The Christ Clinic in Fort Collins has two locations for non-urgent medical needs not COVID-19 related. The clinic offers free primary care for patients in an outpatient setting. Appointments only.