The Larimer County Works Program
These forms can be downloaded and turned into your coach as an attachment by email, or scanned and emailed or faxed.
Welcome to the Larimer County Workforce Center!
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The Larimer County Works Program
A chance at a better future starts here!
Whatever your situation, background, or time in life, the Larimer County Workforce Center is organized to help you move forward. Our program is designed with the idea that no two people are alike. Discover your own pathway to success by setting goals that make sense for you. Our expectations of you are high, but always realistic.
When you arrive at the Workforce Center, you have the opportunity to work with a dedicated career coach and gain access to training, classes, and internships. We provide a partnership that will help keep you on track. Participating in the Larimer County Works Program is a required commitment for the benefit of you and your family.
Feel good about where you are heading!
You will work with career coaches at the Larimer County Workforce Center (LCWC) to assist you in developing a plan to increase your household income. Your plan will be based on your goals and circumstances. You will work toward goals you’ve chosen that will benefit you and your family.
Access “My Journey to Success” and your Monthly Time Sheet (MTS) at www.tuapath.com. Please call your coach with questions or concerns.
Frequently Asked Questions to help you move forward
Do You Need Childcare?
Colorado Childcare Assistance Program (CCAP)
- Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm (usually no more than a few minutes wait) at (970) 498-6300, option 4 (for childcare assistance) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
What Community Resources are available to me?
Do you need information on community resources? Check out the United Way Resource Lists at: http://uwaylc.org/get-
Contact your coach for up to date information on community resources (food, shelter, childcare, counseling, advocacy).
How do I report changes?
Department of Human Services (DHS) information:
Report changes to income, new sources of income (both earned and unearned), changes in household composition and/or if you move to DHS by the 10th of the month following a change. You can do this by these methods:
Call the Benefit Information Center (BIC) at 498-6300.
www.Colorado.gov/PEAK; you will need your case number which starts with “1B”.Report changes and check the status of your case on-line through PEAK at
Have you created an account on Colorado Peak?
Have you created an account on Colorado PEAK? You can access information on your benefits if you do: Click on this link to learn more and/or set up an account: Colorado.gov/PEAK
A hiring event is an opportunity to meet face-to-face with an employer to discuss and apply for their open positions. The Larimer County Workforce Center hosts weekly hiring events for a variety of employers in our Loveland and Fort Collins offices. Fill out the form by clicking REGISTER if you would like to receive email notifications about our hiring events.
The Larimer County Workforce Office along with the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, Unemployment Insurance Office is now offering claimants the ability to chat with a customer service agent. This service is available Monday thru Friday from 8 am to 4 pm, Monday thru Friday at the Fort Collins Workforce Center (200 W Oak Street, Suite 5000). For questions, please call (970) 498-6600.