Learn how Grand Junction became a safe space for people experiencing homelessness and their pets. Complete the form below to download this project's case study.
A support system looks different for everyone. For some, it’s a close-knit family. For others, it’s their beloved canine.
Discovering Pallet, HomewardBound of the Grand Valley (HBGV) decided to build a private, secure village for unhoused pet owners. In just a few hours, a 10-shelter community was put up where people could live their pet companions, while still accessing meals, showers, and services.
Animals often are major anchors to feelings of hope, purpose, and stability.– Anna Stout, Executive Director of Roice-Hurst Humane Society in Grand Junction