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Harvest Farm is a 100-acre farm and rehabilitation center for men seeking to break the cycle of addiction and homelessness. Located in Wellington, Colorado, the Farm accommodates up to 72 men who participate in our New Life Program.

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Harvest Farm is a 100-acre farm and rehabilitation center for men, located in Wellington, Colorado. Owned and operated by Denver Rescue Mission, the Farm hosts up to 72 men who participate in our long-term New Life Program with the goal of breaking the cycles of addiction and homelessness.

Through work readiness training, education, counseling, and more, program participants gain the skills, stability and self-esteem necessary to become productive, self-sufficient members of society.

New Life Program participants pursue academic and vocational studies, covering topics such as resume building and interview skills. Relational and life skill courses also tackle themes such as anger management, self-awareness, debt elimination, and budgeting. GED and other educational opportunities are also available as needed.

A Special Connection to Fort Collins Rescue Mission

Fort Collins Rescue Mission and Harvest Farm operate under the umbrella of Denver Rescue Mission which has been serving the homeless and poor in Colorado and changing lives in the name of Christ, since 1892.

While Fort Collins Rescue Mission meets the immediate, physical needs of homeless men and women—such as meals, shelter and stability—we also strive to help people find self-sufficiency. Many of the men who participate in the New Life Program at Harvest Farm enter the program through Fort Collins Rescue Mission or Denver Rescue Mission.

"I’d been fighting all my life.... I had to trust that the staff at Harvest Farm were here to help me, they didn’t want anything from me and they weren’t here to judge me."
- Jeremiah, New Life Program graduate

"I’d been fighting all my life.... I had to trust that the staff at Harvest Farm were here to help me, they didn’t want anything from me and they weren’t here to judge me."
- Jeremiah, New Life Program graduate