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La Puente Home, Inc.

The San Luis Valley has some of the highest poverty in the state. We are the only nonprofit providing a network of services to address the neediest among us, including children, families, homeless. We provide shelter, housing, food, meals, prevention (rent, electrical, heating etc.) assistance.

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Human Services
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Alamosa, San Luis Valley, 5 Protective Factors, family support, 2-gen, poverty, homelessness, AmeriCorps, volunteerism, food bank, hunger, food desert, child maltreatment, child poverty, child abuse, child neglect, families, garden, thrift stores, Collective Impact, Two-Generation Approach, Strengthening Families Framework, Center, Del Norte, Monte Vista, Saguache, Crestone, Moffat, San Luis, Antonito, La Jara, South Fork, Creede, Costilla, Conejos, Mineral, Rio Grande, Coffee House, Milagros, Rainbow's End, Rural Outreach, rental assistance, energy assistance, firewood, nutrition education, Social Enterprises, service volunteer, community building, emotional resiliency, social resiliency, stabilization, crisis, dignity, strengthening, food choice, Family Resource Center, Working Together, AmeriCorps, Rural Alliance for Dignity

Service Areas

Colorado Counties Served

  • Alamosa
  • Conejos
  • Costilla
  • Mineral
  • Rio Grande
  • Saguache

Zip Codes Served

  • 81001
  • 81123
  • 81151
  • 81140
  • 81124
  • 81152
  • 81133
  • 81126
  • 81138
  • 81129
  • 81141
  • 81148
  • 81120
  • 81154
  • 81132
  • 81149
  • 81125
  • 81155
  • 81143
  • 81131
  • 81102
  • 81130
  • 81134
  • 81136
  • 81146
  • 81153

States Served

  • Colorado

Nations Served

  • United States
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