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Flood 2013 Recovery Information

Long-Term Recovery Group

Flood survivors: Do you have unmet financial needs? The case management office of the Long-Term Recovery Group – Larimer County Floods (LTRG-LCF) is now open at the following location to assist you:

Long Term Recovery Group

Case Management Office
350 E 7th St, Suite 3
Loveland, CO 80537

  • Phone: (970) 461-2222
  • Hours: Monday – Friday; 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Email: LCFloods2013@gmail.com

Contact this office to arrange an appointment to discuss your situation and learn what resources are available to you.

How To Get Assistance

The Long-Term Recovery Fund is administered by Long-Term Recovery Group of Northern Colorado (LTRG-NoCo), which is made up of more than 50 nonprofit agencies, government organizations, faith-based groups and concerned citizens. The Fund will be used specifically for long-term recovery needs of Larimer County residents affected by the floods. United Way of Larimer County is serving as the fiscal agent for the Fund.

To be eligible for assistance, residents must have suffered losses in the September 2013 floods in Larimer County. Residents must meet with LTRG-LCF case managers, who will assess situations, identify resources, and refer residents to possible sources of assistance, including funds available from the LTRG-LCF. Learn more »

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