Address:4467 LA-24Bourg, LA 70343Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away)
Services: Provides food and groceries to a variety of sites that help persons needing extra support.
Hours: Third Sat of each month 11am-1pm (Food Pantry) Mon-Fri 8am-7pm (Toll Free Hotline Assistance)
Eligibility: Individuals and Families with low income within coverage area
Address:1000 Wallis StHouma, LA 70360Map & Directions
Hours: Second and Fourth Mon of each month 1pm-3pm (Food Pantry) Mon-Fri 8am-7pm (Toll Free Hotline Assistance)
Address:320 Progressive BlvdHouma, LA 70360Map & Directions
Services: A case manager helps consumers who are on a waiting list for a supportive housing program HMIS System Administration (Homeless Management Information System).
Hours: 9:00A-5:00P Monday-Friday
Address:8026 W Main St #101Houma, LA 70360Map & Directions
Services: keywords: clerk of court city court parish government rental assistance utility assistance medication assistance home ownership loans home repair commodities adult education section 8 youth placement services leadership development leadership development dropout program marriage certificate passports arrest records court records deed records mortgage records lien records last will and testament records voting machines election results jury duty parish council members
Parish Government Administration; Provides general information, administration, courts, cultural resources and economic development, finance and fire department.
Administrative departments are:
Clerk of Courts: 7856 Main St., Houma, LA 70360
City Court: 7887 Main St., Houma, LA 70360
Recreation: 126 Boundary Rd., P. O. Box 2768, Houma, LA 70361, Sterling Washington, Director
Housing and Human Services: 809 Barrow St., Houma, LA 70360, Darrel Waire, Director (985) 873-6584, (985) 873-6798 (community development aimed at reducing poverty)
? Emergency Assistance: with rent, utilities and medications for low-income individuals (985)873-6817;
? First Time Home Buyers Program: assists first time buyers with home loans. Melanie VanBuren (985) 873-6528;
? Housing Rehabilitation: assists low-income families to bring their existing homes up to parish codes. Must meet low-income guidelines. Application necessary. Call Kelly Cunningham at (985) 873-6837;
? Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program: provides assistance to low-income, seniors and others who experience a financial situation every 6 months with utility bills. Must meet low-income guidelines. Application necessary. Call Reggie Billot at (985) 873-6817;
? Needy Family Food: distributes USDA commodities to seniors and low-income families Must meet low-income guidelines. Application necessary, Call Reggie Billot at (985) 873-6817;
? Project Learn: provides a literacy program for adults who want to improve reading and writing skills and improve language skills;
? Section 8 Rental Assistance Program: allows low-income families safe and sanitary rental housing. Housing must meet standards of federal government. Must meet low income guidelines. Application necessary. Call Myra Fanguy a (985) 873-6799;
? Youth Build Terrebonne: offers counseling, education leadership, construction training, job placement and follow-ups. Targets youths between the ages of 16-24 who have dropped out of high school. Call Michael LaGarde at (985) 873-6891.
Hours: 8:00am -4:30pm Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Residents of Terrebonne Parish
Documents To Bring: Call for information
Address:254 Magnolia StHouma, LA 70360Map & Directions
Services: Food and household goods to low-income individuals. Documentation needed: benefits print out/referral from food stamp office, bills, proof of income and social security card for each child.
Hours: 9-Noon/Monday (without appointment; 1pm-4pm/Wednesday (
Address:420 Magnolia StHouma, LA 70360Map & Directions
Services: Fresh Start assists clients, who are homeless and have an identified physical or mental disability, in acheiving and maintaining permanent housing by providing a wide range of services, including case management, life skills training, mental health treatment, and transportation.
Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Eligibility: Fresh Start assists clients who are homeless and also have a documented physical or mental disability.
Documents To Bring: Call Casey Guidry @ (985) 879-3966 to arrange for an intake assessment.
Address:1220 Aycock StHouma, LA 70360Map & Directions
Services: Keyword: Pregnancy Counseling Food Assistance Mortgage Delinquency and Default Resolution Counseling Debt Counseling
Addresses social service concerns for individuals at risk or families in crisis. Programs offered are:
Assisi Bridge House and Independent Living Program - offers a residential halfway house for chemically dependent men. The Independent Living Program is a transitional program for men who have successfully completed the Asissi Bridge House program (Bernadette Thibodaux, Administrator).
Catholic Housing Services - enables first time homeowners to purchase homes with credit, knowledge of budget counseling and education (Paul Ringo, Program Manager).
Coastal Entrepreneur's Net to Success (CENTS) - renders training and small business loans to support the development and growth of micro-enterprises (Patrick Murphy, Program Manager).
Emergency Assistance - assists individuals and families in crisis from fire, flood or other natural disasters, emergencies, funeral expenses and medicine (Jennifer Gaudet, Caseworker).
Foster Grandparent - provides opportunities for low-income persons age 60 and older to offer supportive services to children. Foster grandparents work with 0-21 year olds who are having trouble adjusting to school, homeless or emergency shelters or other settings. Foster Grandparents work with children on location and earn a tax -free stipend that may not affect any other benefits (Van Johnson, Program Manager).
Good Samaritan Food Banks - Assists with emergency food, household and personal items to individuals or families in Crisis (Reynold Pitre, Program Manager).
Maternity and Adoptions - services community with pregnancy counseling and adoptive placements with couples within the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux. Pre-placement home studies for inter-country adoptions (Robert Gorman, Executive Director).
Project Self-Help - helps adults with education, employment skills or essential materials/uniforms for employment (Jennifer Gaudet, Program Coordinator).
St. Lucy Day Care and Child Development Center - offers a preschool and child development service for 6 month to 5 year old children. Sliding scale, scholarships available (Carolyn Woods, Program Manager).
Eligibility: low income
Address:125 Coast Guard RdDulac, LA 70353Map & Directions
Services: Provides community services for Christian pre-school, tutoring, homework clubs, computer labs, library, piano lessons, emergency services, community home repairs, food distributions, recreation activities and community health center. Commodities and produce are distributed.
Eligibility: Dulac residents in need of services
Address:4325 W Park AveGray, LA 70359Map & Directions
Hours: Second Wed of each month 10am-1pm (Food Pantry) Mon-Fri 8am-7pm (Toll Free Hotline Assistance)
Address:721 Canal BlvdThibodaux, LA 70301Map & Directions
Services: Help with clothing and food Also help with small bills, electric, gas and food stamps Will make referrals.
Keywords: Rental Payment Assistance Utility Assistance Food Assistance Clothing
Eligibility: Anyone is eligible