Addressing Community Needs

 Each year, we provide 10,000+ meals for seniors and children and administer 16,000+ service responses.
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Basic Needs:
  • Emergency Food Pantry

  • Home Visits to elderly and housebound residents to assess needs

  • Thrift Store for clothing and household items

  • Christmas Baskets (food, toiletries, other essentials)

 

Dignity & Independence:
  • Representative Payee & Budgeting Program for individuals who need assistance in coordinating finances to live independently

  • Empowering Seniors Program to provide ongoing engagement among senior citizens, and activities that provide spiritual, emotional, and social support

  • Alcoholics Anonymous Support Group & Narcotics Anonymous Support Group

Educational Offerings:

  • After School Tutoring 

  • Summer Renaissance Program for children and teens aged 6-17 for enriching academic, cultural, and recreational activities

  • Career Education Program (CEP) to help high school students learn first-hand about career possibilities with on-the-job training

  • Youth Power Project

  • Children's Library

Soup Kitchen
Community Events:
  • Black Pot Cook-Off
  • Family Fun Day & Bingo
  • Festival of Words Community Stage​
  • Trick-or-Treat and Winter Wonderland celebrations
  • Pre-teen/Teen Extravaganza​​
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First Aid

Disaster Relief:

  • Grab-n-Go Meals for Children

  • Grab-n-Go and Delivery of Meals for Senior Citizens and Housebound Residents

  • Emergency Support Services

Call us!

We respond to every individual who needs assistance.

 

Call us at (337) 662-5838 so we can ensure someone is available to assist you with your specific concern.

Currently, Food Pantry pick up is available - please call first. We are also delivering meals and essentials to senior citizens and housebound residents. 

We welcome individuals and families who have been displaced by disasters to contact us for assistance. 

 

All are welcome at our table!