Address:48 KendrickGreensburg, LA 70441Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away)
Services: Information & Assistance, Outreach, Recreation, Telephoning, Utility Assistance, Congregate Meals, Home Delivered Meals, Nutrition Education, and Wellness Personal care program, caregivers support program.
Hours: M-F, 7:30A-4P
Eligibility: Those in need of food must live within St. Helena Parish. Call for specific street specifications.
Documents To Bring: Call for intake.
Address:53 S Main StGreensburg, LA 70441Map & Directions
Services: Services Include:
Education, literacy program, after school tutoring, advocacy, weatherization, utility bill payment assistance, handicapped equipment, retired senior volunteer program, & disaster services
Hours: M-F, 8A-4:30P
Eligibility: Low income, veterans.
Documents To Bring: Walk-ins welcome, Medicaid by appointment only
Address:PO Box 936Greensburg, LA 70441Map & Directions
Services: B.R.A.C.E.S.: Offers referrals to Case Management agencies and organizations who are equipped to address resident's needs. Supplies resources that aid rural populations in regards to social service issues Offers capacity building tools that aid rural communities in regards to community development and stability.
Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Eligibility: Call 225-222-6057 for information
Documents To Bring: Call 225-222-6057 for information
Address:12126 Liberty StClinton, LA 70722Map & Directions
Services: Information & referral, housing assistance, weatherization, emergency food voucher, utility bill payment assistance, Foster Grandparent Program, Head Start Program, literacy and vocational programs, retired senior volunteer program, Teen Pregnancy Program, medicaid, LACHIP, & LiHeap
Eligibility: Low to moderate income and/or disabled individuals.
Documents To Bring: Application taken on a first come, first served .basis
Address:11102 Bank StClinton, LA 70722Map & Directions
Services: Personal Care, Day Care transportation service, Outreach, Recreation, Telephoning, Utility Assistance,Congregate Meals, Home Delivered Meals, Nutrition Education, and Wellness
Caregiver support program
Hours: M-F, 7:30A-3:30P
Eligibility: 60 years and older
Documents To Bring: Office of Elderly Affairs intake forms
Address:5746 Rollins RdZachary, LA 70791Map & Directions
Services: Aids individuals with food, energy assistance, and emergency services (rent, utility bills)
Income guidelines must be met
Hours: M-F, 8A-5P
Eligibility: Income guidelines must be met
Address:13211 Jackson RdZachary, LA 70791Map & Directions
Services: Low Income and Families in need food program
Project Care for the elderly
FEMA program when funds are available
Headstart program for 3-4 yr olds, income based.
Emergency rent & electric assistance when funds are available
Administers funds for LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program).
Eligibility: Based upon income; 70739 North of Hooper Rd.
Documents To Bring: Application process for many services
Address:615 Bendat StMccomb, MS 39648Map & Directions
Services: This agency supplements the monthly food and nutritional needs of senior adults and people with handicaps. Every Monday and Friday at noon, a home cooked meal is offered free of charge for anyone in the community.
St. Andrew's Mission offers an array of programs to help the less fortunate. Including, but not limited to bill payment assistance, food, clothing, senior center activities, congregate meals.
Hours: Program times vary. Call for details.
Eligibility: Applicants must be from Pike or Amite counties.
Documents To Bring: Call for details
Address:300 N 5th StPonchatoula, LA 70454Map & Directions
Services: Point of contact for services and assistance for residents of Tangipahoa parish, age 60 and over.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-2:30pm
Eligibility: Over 60 years old; resident of Tangipahoa Parish
Documents To Bring: Call or walk in to apply; Social Security card and proof of residence required
Address:12292 Jackson RdSaint Francisville, LA 70775Map & Directions
Services: Home Delivered Meals, Congregate Meals, Provides transportation to places such as senior centers, medical appointments and social service agencies. Homemaker services- Provides assistance with light housework, and shopping. Supportive services (respite care, personal care, sitter services) for family caregivers of older persons.
Telephone calls to check on older persons and/or provide emergency response units.
Provides short-term utility bill assistance to low-income elderly who meet eligibility.
Services to maintain and/or improve mental and physical well being (exercise, health screenings, medication management education, nutrition education, socialization and recreation).
Hours: M-F, 8A-3P
Eligibility: Low income adults 60+
Documents To Bring: Call for more information. Intake process may vary between programs and services.