Address:606 Belue LaneRuston, LA 71270Map & Directions
Services: Pregnancy test, counseling, and referrals. Follow-up visits to help ensure a healthy pregnancy. Parenting education groups allow parents to provide better care for their children.post abotion counsel groups and limited ultra sounds.
Hours: Office hours: Monday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Eligibility: Need pregnancy test/counseling or parenting classes/baby items
Documents To Bring: Standard information form and a need picture id.
Address:331 E 71st StShreveport, LA 71106Map & Directions
Services: Our mission is to bring Christ's message of love to the poor and vulnerable by providing quality social services to families and individuals without discrimination and in accordance with Catholic Social Teachings and professional standards.
Hours: M-F 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Eligibility: 150% of Poverty guidelines
Documents To Bring: Call for appointment
Address:1541 Kings HwyShreveport, LA 71103Map & Directions
Services: Camp Friendship is a week long day camp for children with Spina Bifida ages three years old and up. Each child has a counselor to facilitate their day of activities including swimming, crafts, games, theme related guests, entertainment, and a field trip. Older teens and young adults may participate in our new transition program or as counselors. The transition program offers vocational training and options along with post secondary educational preparation as well as self advocacy and independence training. All of the child's personal needs are cared for through out the day including cathing, diapering, medications, etc
Hours: 24 hour a day answering service
Eligibility: Children with Spina Bifida ages three years old and up
Documents To Bring: Application forms (available on Web site) returned by June 1, along with $30.00 membership dues
Address:520 Olive StShreveport, LA 71104Map & Directions
Services: Highland Center works to meet the physical and spiritual needs of individuals, strengthens families and builds healthier communities across the region.
Hours: Office hours: 8a - 5p Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Call the number listed for eligibility requirements.
Documents To Bring: Call the number listed for more information.
Address:814 Cotton StShreveport, LA 71101Map & Directions
Services: Providence House is a structured transitional, non-profit, community project providing housing for homeless families as well as services aimed at needs from an emotional, medical, educational and employment standpoint. This program has attainable objectives that give measurable results, ensure a high degree of success and put the burden of responsibility and accountability on the family. In order to stay at Providence House a family must commit to successfully complete the Providence House Program, and in doing so, regain their independence and self-determination.
Project Next Step provides transitional housing and related services to homeless, single women and families. Project Next Step is committed to promoting the well being of the women and maintaining their sense of dignity. This transitional housing program provides a variety of social services including educational, employment skills, life development skills, counseling, recreational opportunities and support services.
The goal of Project Next Step is to break the cycle of homelessness so that single women and families are able to regain their independence and self determination. This will lead to a productive and stable life in the community.
Hours: M-F 8A-5P
Eligibility: Call the number listed.
Documents To Bring: Must go through the Providence House Family Shelter first.
Address:921 Shreveport Barksdale HwyShreveport, LA 71105Map & Directions
Services: What is a Crisis Pregnancy?
Any time a woman or young girl finds the world around her crumbling to pieces because she is pregnant, she is experiencing a crisis pregnancy Her pregnancy may be wanted or unwanted, planned or unplanned She may be confused and uncertain about what to do She may feel betrayed, manipulated, helpless, angry, fearful or trapped.
The Ark-La-Tex Crisis Pregnancy Center was opened in 1994 The Center serves the entire community regardless of race, creed, nationality, age or marital status Any person who seeks the aid of the Center can rest assured that his or her right to privacy will never be compromised. The ArkLaTex Center also has a program where women can be assisted with diapers for their babies.
All services provided are free.
Hours: M&W 9:30A-12:30P, 1:30P-4:30P
T&TR 9:30A-12:30P, 1:30P-7:30P
Eligibility: Pregnant women or teens.
Documents To Bring: Call for an appointment.
Address:1506 Mt Holly RdEl Dorado, AR 71730Map & Directions
Services: Christmas Baskets, Clothing, Diapers, Food Pantries, Formula/Baby Food, Household Goods, Personal/Grooming Needs, Shoes, Thanksgiving Baskets, Thrift Shops, Toy Donation Programs
Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Eligibility: Contact agency for requirements. Families or individuals with low income.
Area Served: Serves Union County and parts of Columbia and Ouachita Counties.
Documents To Bring: Drivers license or photo ID. Proof of income. Social Security card.