Severe Weather Shelter Network is saddened by the need for The Action Center to close it's shelter. The Action Center is a very important partner with Severe Weather Shelter Network as we both seek to assist people experiencing homelessness to a place of safety and stability. Homelessness continues to be on the rise in the
Severe Weather Shelter Network is done sheltering for the season. We look forward to partnering with all of you again next fall! We celebrate that we registered 399 individuals over the course of the season. You helped us do that! We sheltered 45 nights. It was a mild winter again this year, but we are
Homelessness is a difficult topic. When we see someone, a person sitting on the sidewalk alone, it makes us uncomfortable. There is an innate desire to turn away and not engage. The dirty fingernails, the dirty clothes, the dirty face looking up at you...it can be to hard to take. We wonder what it
Severe Weather Shelter Network is introducing a brand new event! Purchase your tickets by clicking here The theme of the event is undergirded by Philippians 1:6 “And I am sure that God, who began the good work within you, will continue His work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus
Severe Weather Shelter Network is approaching the end of our sheltering season. So much has happened in the last several months that is exciting! I encourage you to click on the link and peruse our March Newsletter. Celebration is all through out! Launch of a new shelter rotation in Arvada. Launch of a new partnership
Volunteers will gather this Sunday, January 14th from 1-3pm at the Lakewood Elks Lodge to receive training and orientation for our new Warming Site. 34 individuals have stepped up to the plate to help staff this site. We are looking for another 10-15 individuals to join us and make the staffing complete! Is that you?
Severe Weather Shelter Network and the Lakewood Elks Lodge are partnering together to provide a Warming Site in the city of Lakewood. Why are we celebrating this partnership? Warming Sites are a very important part of our sheltering structure. Warming Sites provide a specific indoor location for our shelter guests to gather to wait for
Severe Weather Shelter Network continues in a five year collaborative relationship with Heading Home seeking to address the needs of those who are experiencing homelessness in Jefferson County. Heading Home has a primary goal to end homelessness in Jefferson County. They are seeking to do this in a multifaceted approach that includes housing solutions, legal
Why did we commission a quilt? After all, there are a number of people, maybe especially the younger generations, that think quilts are old fashioned and irrelevant. However, we believe there is a significant amount of symbolism to be uncovered within quilts that speaks to our ministry. Quilts represent comfort and healing. They embody relationship
Giving Heart and Severe Weather Shelter Network share a unique partnership. Out of all the community service providers that Severe Weather Shelter Network works with, Giving Heart is the one that bears the image of Christ as we do. We share a passion and deep value around entering into relationship with those we encounter.