Nearly 25 years ago, McKee Foundation supporters linked arms in creating the Loveland Community Health Center (LCHC), a resource providing the right care, at the right time, in the right place for uninsured and underinsured members of our community.

LCHC has relocated and increasing since that time, to accommodate more patients and greater needs, expanding medical care services to include dental care, mental healthcare, pharmacy, and wraparound support for vulnerable members of our community.

Today, there is a significant need to expand once again, influenced by a burgeoning population and ever-increasing healthcare costs. One in three north Loveland residents currently live at or slightly above poverty levels, and 80% are unable to access LCHC’s current singular location – largely due to transportation challenges.

This multifaceted need inspires the construction of LCHC North – an additional 22K square-foot care campus located
at HWY 287 and 65th Street in Loveland. The facility which, will eventually serve 10,000 individuals in north Loveland and
south Fort Collins, is slated to open its doors in the spring of 2025. Individuals who need it most will be able to safely
access the facility via walking or cycling if other transportation is unavailable.

McKee Wellness Foundation is launching a $2M capital campaign to support this $15.3M initiative, which, in combination with funds already sourced, will help bring the first phase of the facility to fruition, and allow for future expansion.

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