Moffat County gets new community housing

by Nicole Inglis
Craig Daily Press

Craig, Colo.– On the 700 block of Yampa Avenue, two houses represent the past and future of Moffat County’s community housing organization.

One of those houses became a home, which was renovated by the Moffat County Chapter of Routt County Habitat for Humanity in 2007.

The other house, the abandoned and boarded-up Simmons House, is the next project for the Moffat County Fuller Center for Housing, formerly the Moffat County Chapter of Routt County Habitat for Humanity.

With a new property and a new partnership with a national Christian nonprofit agency, the Moffat County Fuller Center is ready to move into the future of improving sub-standard housing for low-income families in the area.

The Moffat County Fuller Center will be the first Fuller Center partner in Colorado, joining more than 60 communities across the country and 16 foreign countries. Continue reading>>


Contact or donate to the Moffat County Fuller Center here.

Check out this list of US Fuller Center covenant partners.

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