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Mrs. Connie Zimmerman

Executive Director and Founder

Colorado Homeless Families Inc

HQ Phone: (303) 420-6634

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Colorado Homeless Families Inc

7447 W. 61St Ave

Arvada, Colorado 80003

United States

Company Description

Colorado Homeless Families (CHF) is a non-profit transitional housing program. CHF serves families with children who are classified as "New Poor" (families who are homeless for the first time) or "Working Poor" (families who earn low wages and cannot keep ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Founder
Police Academy

Education

CHF Transition Housing Program

Bachelor of Arts

Sociology and Human Services

Web References (192 Total References)


Staff - Colorado Homeless Families

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CHF Staff from left to right : Case Manager, Norm Strasheim; Maintenance Worker, Andrey Russ; Receptionist, Janie Mitchek; Case Manager, Kirsten Baynham; Office Manager, Elaine Nava; Executive Director, Connie Zimmerman; Maintenance Supervisor, Jamie Parmley and Bookkeeper, Bonnie Russell

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Connie Zimmerman, CEO and founder of CHF in 1987 - Connie has been a past President of the CHF Board of Directors. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Human Services. Connie has over 35 years of experience in the field of housing and assistance with refugees, runaway teens, senior citizens and homeless families. She has been successful in organizing the homeless families into a self-supporting community. She was on the Board of Trustees for Crossroads Baptist church during their building program, and served as chairperson for 5 of the 6 years she was on the Board. She also served 4 years as a chairperson of Operation Blessing as a diaconate member of Crossroads Baptist Church. These experiences proved valuable as she has since built 12 town homes, The Family Education Resource Center, which houses the CHF offices, and completed a 3 duplex development at the end of 2004, one of the duplex was built by Extreme Makeover Home Edition. Connie purchased over 75 HUD properties using up to 42 of these properties to house the current homeless population living at CHF transitional community. Thirty-one of those properties were sold at cost or very discounted prices to homeless families graduating from the CHF transitional housing program to self-sufficiency. Connie has been successful in soliciting assistance from local, state and federal government agencies, private foundations, and individuals to address the various needs of the homeless families including the last seven town homes built in 2010. Under her leadership, Colorado Homeless Families has housed 484 families with children since its foundation.
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Connie Zimmerman, Colorado Homeless Families' Executive Director and Founder, has been selected as Arvada's Woman of the Year. Connie was selected for this honor by a committee of past award winners on the basis of her extraordinary contributions to the Arvada Community for over 25 years. READ ...


Board of Directors - Colorado Homeless Families

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Mrs. Connie Zimmerman, the Executive Director, founded Colorado Homeless Families in January, 1987. Connie had 15 years prior work experience with housing and social service issues -elderly, poverty, juvenile, teens and runaways- in addition to the 25 years with families at Colorado Homeless Families. She has worked with various organizations and contractors to build and/or buy 66 transitional houses for homeless families, and she has housed and assisted 484 homeless families to self-sufficiency. Since 1987, Connie has purchased over 75 HUD properties and sold them at cost to homeless families graduating from CHF Transition Housing Program.

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Connie Zimmerman, Colorado Homeless Families' Executive Director and Founder, has been selected as Arvada's Woman of the Year. Connie was selected for this honor by a committee of past award winners on the basis of her extraordinary contributions to the Arvada Community for over 25 years. READ ...


Colorado Homeless Families | R.B. Ranch, Inc.

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Mrs. Connie Zimmerman, the Executive Director, founded Colorado Homeless Families in January, 1987. Connie had 15 years prior work experience with housing and social service issues -elderly, poverty, juvenile, teens and runaways- in addition to the 25 years with families at Colorado Homeless Families. She has worked with various organizations and contractors to build and/or buy 66 transitonal houses for homeless families, and she has housed and assisted 362 homeless families to self-sufficiency. Since 1987, Connie has purchased over 75 HUD properties and sold them at cost to homeless families graduating from CHF Transition Housing Program.


Colorado Homeless Families | R.B. Ranch, Inc.

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Connie Zimmerman, Founder and Executive Director - Connie has been a past President of the CHF Board of Directors. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Human Services. Connie has over 35 years of experience in the field of housing and assistance with refugees, runaway teens, senior citizens and homeless families. She has been successful in organizing the homeless families into a self-supporting community. She was on the Board of Trustees for Crossroads Baptist church during their building program, and served as chairperson for 5 of the 6 years she was on the Board. She also served 4 years as a chairperson of Operation Blessing as a diaconate member of Crossroads Baptist Church. These experiences proved valuable as she has since built 12 town homes, The Family Education Resource Center, which houses the CHF offices, and completed a 3 duplex development at the end of 2004. Connie purchased over 75 HUD properties using up to 44 of these properties to house the current homeless population living at CHF transitional community. Thirty-one of those properties were sold at cost or very discounted prices to homeless families graduating from the CHF transitional housing program to self-sufficiency. Connie has been successful in soliciting assistance from local, state and federal government agencies, private foundations, and individuals to address the various needs of the homeless families. Under her leadership, Colorado Homeless Families has housed 398 families with children since its foundation.


Colorado Homeless Families | R.B. Ranch, Inc.

www.coloradohomelessfamilies.com [cached]

Connie Zimmerman, Founder and Executive Director - Connie has been a past President of the CHF Board of Directors. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Human Services. Connie has over 35 years of experience in the field of housing and assistance with refugees, runaway teens, senior citizens and homeless families. She has been successful in organizing the homeless families into a self-supporting community. She was on the Board of Trustees for Crossroads Baptist church during their building program, and served as chairperson for 5 of the 6 years she was on the Board. She also served 4 years as a chairperson of Operation Blessing as a diaconate member of Crossroads Baptist Church. These experiences proved valuable as she has since built 12 town homes, The Family Education Resource Center, which houses the CHF offices, and completed a 3 duplex development at the end of 2004. Connie purchased over 75 HUD properties using up to 44 of these properties to house the current homeless population living at CHF transitional community. Thirty-one of those properties were sold at cost or very discounted prices to homeless families graduating from the CHF transitional housing program to self-sufficiency. Connie has been successful in soliciting assistance from local, state and federal government agencies, private foundations, and individuals to address the various needs of the homeless families. Under her leadership, Colorado Homeless Families has housed 398 families with children since its foundation.

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