VCP Village - Longmont.
Renderings for VCP Village - Longmont, located between Rogers and Nelson Roads by South Anderson Street in Longmont, Colorado
VCP Village - Longmont is a crossover venture between Veterans Community Project, the City of Longmont, and HMS Development. Located on a 2-acre property, approximately 13 miles northeast of Boulder, the Village will feature 26 tiny houses and a 3,000-square foot Community Center. Each single residency home will be 240-square feet; the Village's five family homes are 340-square feet and can sleep up to 7.
VCP Village provides everything a Veteran needs to live with dignity and safety; trauma-informed design with new furniture, appliances, housewares, bedding, and utilities, free of charge. More importantly, VCP Village provides sanctuary and the emotional space needed for the Veteran and VCP’s Veteran Support Services team to thoroughly address the underlying causes of his or her homelessness.
Using Kansas City's proven one-on-one case management model, Village residents and VCP’s specially-trained case managers work together to achieve incremental, lasting results in the areas of health and wellness, education, employment, financial literacy, and the development of a personal support network.
Once desired goals are met, VCP assists each Veteran in securing a permanent housing solution and continues follow-up case management for a year. Each Veteran is allowed to take the entire contents of his or her tiny home as they transition to a new life.
On Thursday, August 27, 2020, VCP officially broke ground on VCP Village in Longmont, Colorado.
Special thanks to speakers Governor Jared Polis, Longmont City Manager Harold Dominguez, and Kevin Mulshine from HMS Development as well as elected officials from Colorado and Kansas City, Missouri who helped us celebrate this milestone event.
(video compliments of Longmont Public Media)
VCP in the news.
Partners and House Sponsors (as of September 2020)
"Community" is VCP's middle name for a reason; VCP Village is a project for the community, by the community. You can help be a part of a movement that ends Veteran homelessness in Colorado.
Co-Founder, Veterans Community Project
(Currently Active Duty Deployed)
Executive Director, VCP Colorado
720-340-2916 Ext. 2201
Director of Development, VCP Colorado
720-340-2916 Ext. 2301
Director of Veteran Support Services, VCP Colorado