Address:547 S Main StSpringhill, LA 71075Map & Directions
Services: The Webster Parish Police Jury serves as a community action agency serving low income residents of the parish Its mission is to offer assistance in food distribution, emergency assistance, counseling and referrals, housing issues, homeless issues and other community service programs to the low-income families and individuals of the parish Eligibility is determined by individual program guidelines.
The Springhill Office of Community Services is a satellite office of the Office of Community Services in Minden, to serve the residents of North Webster Parish Services are much the same as the Minden office, to include: transportation to area hospitals (No charge for Medicaid card holders, small fee for others), issue food stamps the 1st and 2nd Thursday of the month, LIHEAP assistance every 6 months and issue commodities every 3 months.
Leona Vowell - Driver/Support Staff
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Eligibility: For low-income residents of Webster parish who meet criteria.
Documents To Bring: Call the number given or come to office.
Address:601 Benton RdBossier City, LA 71111Map & Directions
Hours: 8:30 AM - 5PM, Mon - Thu
Eligibility: Any one with need
Documents To Bring: Call or come to office
Address:201 John Wesley BlvdBossier City, LA 71112Map & Directions
Services: The First United Methodist Church of Bossier City will assist clients with a variety of services such as: food for only Bossier Residents-once every three months and possibly bus tickets, etc Assistance depends on availability of funds. They no longer pay utilities and rent.
Please call Jane Cooper first.
There is also a food bank available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon Call ahead to Jane Cooper or church office - Helping Hands. (Emergency Food Service).
Hours: Office hours: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Tuesday - Friday.
Eligibility: Must Have Picture I.D.
Documents To Bring: Call the number given for more information.
Address:700 Benton RdBossier City, LA 71111Map & Directions
Services: The Bossier Office of Community Services is a private, non-profit organization The Board of Directors serves as the governing and administrative authority of the Agency The Board is comprised of one-third of the membership representing the private sector, one-third representing the poor, and the final third which represents public officials.
It is the mission of the Bossier Office of Community services to provide beneficial and essential program services to the residents of Bossier, Claiborne, Union, Morehouse and Webster Parishes. applications for Head Start Contact Susie Shular at (318) 747-1045
Applications for Early Head Start and transportation (Medicare ONLY) call Mrs. Deborah Hamilton Bossier Office of Community Services are also have disaster services assisting evacuees with utilities only if the have proof showing they have resided in Bossier since the hurricane.
Hours: M-F, 8A-4:30P
Eligibility: It is the mission of the Bossier Office of Community services to provide beneficial and essential program services to the residents of Bossier and Morehouse Parishes. An applicant must be as resident of Bossier Parish or any other parish that the agency services through contract. Applicants receiving food stamps, supplemental security income, general assistance, or aid to families are eligible. Persons within established poverty guidelines are also eligible. For evacuees, have to have proof showing they have resided in Bossier since hurricane to receive assistance with utilities.
Documents To Bring: Call 318-747-1045 to get the documentation needed.
Address:200 E Stoner AveShreveport, LA 71101Map & Directions
Services: The Salvation Army offers a variety of programs and services that assists people in our community. - - PROGRAMS: - Saints Alive--Mainly services seniors in the 71101 zip code but Greenwood, Jewella, Mooretown, Queensborough, Hollywood Heights, Stoner Hill, and Allendale are serviced too. Must be 55 and over to participate with planned activities, meals, nutrition education, exercise, and field trips. - Corps Community Center--where activities are held - Merkle Center of Hope--Homeless shelter for single women, women with children, single men, and veterans. Offers on-site case management, 2 meals/day plus snacks, laundry. - Boys and Girls Club--After-school and summer program for kids. - - SERVICES: - Disaster Services--Immediate aid, psychological support, and spiritual counseling. - Social Services--Food boxes, rent/mortgage assistance, and utility assistance. - Angel Tree--Christmas assistance, for those who qualify, to help provide gifts to their children during the holidays. Deadline has passed for 2017 assistance. - Thrift Store--Currently closed at this time for remodeling.
Address:520 Olive StShreveport, LA 71104Map & Directions
Services: Program designed to assess, determine and assist services for supportive services for Veterans Services included Case Management, Outreach, Housing Relocation, Stabilization Services and Financial Assistance.
Hours: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday and evenings by appointment.
Eligibility: Call the number listed.
Documents To Bring: Call the number listed.
Address:3500 Fairfield AveShreveport, LA 71104Map & Directions
Services: The St. Vincent DePaul Society is a Catholic organization with conferences affiliated with most Catholic Churches in Northwest Louisiana The SVDP provides assistance to persons in need including: Emergency financial assistance; advocating; household items; and food pantries Callers are assisted through calling the SVDP hot line.
Hours: M-F, 9A-11A & 1P-3P
Documents To Bring: Call 318-865-7807.
Address:3017 W 70th StShreveport, LA 71108Map & Directions
Services: Helping with water for Shreveport residents Only.
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday - Thursday and Friday offices are closed.
Eligibility: You must have a low-income. We assist Shreveport residents only with their water bill.
Documents To Bring: Call the number listed. Applications taken Monday - Thursday only.
Address:2020 Centenary BlvdShreveport, LA 71104Map & Directions
Services: Children's Hospital, New Orleans, Pediatric AIDS Program (PAP) sponsors the Maternal/Child AIDS Program (M-CAP) through use of title Part D Ryan White funds. Besides providing the necessary advocacy to HIV+ women, children, adolescents and families, the program provides health management, counseling, volunteer services and childcare. We initially offer services to all HIV+ pregnant mothers and continue services after delivery, whether or not HIV infects the newborn. M-CAP provides services to the nine Northwest LA parishes.
Our staff includes a resource developer and a care coordinator. Together they coordinate efforts with other medical and community organizations to improve existing and/or to establish new services to meet the continuing needs of HIV+ mothers and their families.
A Care Coordinator will help you in gaining access to a full range of needed services including medical, social, educational, housing, benefits, finances, legal and other support services. Monthly follow-up meetings are provided to ensure quality of care and services.
CLIENT SERVICES COORDINATOR
The Client Services program helps the HIV+ mother and her family meet basic needs of living such as:
*Personal Care Items
*Prescription drug & eye glass assistance
*Health Insurance Continuation
Hours: Office hours: 8:00am -5:00pm Monday -Friday, Intake on Wednesday
Eligibility: AIDS or HIV infected
Documents To Bring: Call number given.
Address:6675 LA-1Shreveport, LA 71107Map & Directions
Services: North Pointe United Methodist Church assists with utility bills but has very limited funds.
Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. Monday - Thursday ; 9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. Friday.
Eligibility: In need of assistance with utility bills.