Volunteers of America Greater Baton Rouge began in 1921 as a family shelter.
Today, our housing and homeless programs have grown to meet the changing needs of South Louisiana and the unique challenges that low-income households face finding safe, decent, and affordable housing. People served range from chronically homeless adults living on the streets, to individuals and households who are experiencing a housing crisis for the first time, to people in jeopardy of losing their homes. Volunteers of America provides a range of services designed to meet people where they are and encourages them to play an active role in their own recovery. For many, we are the first link in a continuum of care that enables them to move towards stability and self-sufficiency.
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I need help with my rent for June 1 I have a 4,5 year old who's in need of help I'm a single parent who have to pay ppl to watch my kids to work bc of schools and daycare are close I'm not getting the hours to pay my rent and take care of my kids
3949 North Boulevard
Baton Rouge, LA - 70806