YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL – Applications are available

July 23rd, 2015

Are you a teen who is passionate about helping Providence House?  Ready to take your involvement to the next level?  We are looking for our 2015-2016 Youth Advisory Council Members!  Applications are available now!  The PH-YAC is a group of committed teens who are chosen to serve for the school year.  They are involved in […]

A Flood of School Supplies!

August 13th, 2013

Backpacks, school supplies, school uniforms – collected throughout the year and stored in the basement of Providence House so that homeless children would have plenty of brand-new school supplies in August.  Then, on July 16, a massive plumbing problem flooded the basement and approximately 90% of those wonderful back-to-school supplies were ruined. By the next […]

Definition Of A Hero‬

April 28th, 2016

Candice says that before Providence House, she was having trouble balancing working part-time and trying to go to school at Blue Cliff College. This caused problems with her significant other. It just wasn’t working. She lost her job and then her vehicle and her school counselor suggested she contact Providence House. Candice reached out in […]

The Charmaine Family

April 20th, 2016

Charmaine says that life was great until she moved to Shreveport to pursue a relationship. After staying with a friend for a while, they began having disagreements. She and her children Trevaeh and Navaeh had nowhere to go. After researching shelters in Shreveport, Charmaine determined that Providence House was the best opportunity for her and […]

The Power of 25

April 11th, 2016

YOU HAVE THE POWER TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE. King and his mother arrived at Providence House in December of 2015. With no family or resources, we were their new family and their place of Hope. King is now thriving at daycare and has made several new friends. His mom has her own apartment through our […]

Welcome Verni Howard, new Executive Director of Providence House

December 24th, 2015

Verni Howard is a native of Shreveport and joins us from Chase Bank where she served as Vice-President in the Government and Not for Profit Banking Group. With more than 18 years of non-profit banking experience, Verni brings a keen understanding of financial management and a strong background in relationship and team development.  She has […]

2014 Domestic Violence Extends Closure

April 25th, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE         April 24, 2014 Contact: Simone Hennessee Executive Director, Providence House PH: 318-221-7887 Domestic Violence Safe House Timeline Extended Safe House Operations to Continue until June 30, 2014 Due to an outpouring of support for the victims of domestic violence from individual and institutional donors, it has become possible […]

Parkway Student Partners with Providence for Senior Project

December 30th, 2013

“As long as I can remember, my family has always donated clothing to Providence House.  So when it came time to do my senior project and find a mentor, this is where I came.” – Kaitlyn Christie Ms. Christie, a senior at Parkway High School, chose to work closely with Jennifer Horton, Resource and Volunteer […]

Mardi Gras at Providence House

February 13th, 2013

SHREVEPORT, LA — It’s carnival season in Louisiana and the revelry has reached all the way to the Providence House as the children of the Providence House Child Development Center threw their third annual Mardi Gras parade. This year, the theme was “Cirque du Soliel” and featured four krewes: Lord of the Rings Krewe, Krewe […]

Domestic Violence survivor on her way to independence

February 8th, 2013

Jane* lived with her abuser for approximately 10 years; years of verbal and emotional abuse and, when he was drinking, physical abuse as well. Afterward, he would tell her that he would never mistreat her again, and then the cycle would repeat itself. She finally reached her limit, called the Providence House crisis line and […]

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The Providence House
814 Cotton Street
Shreveport, LA 71101

Office Phone: 318-221-7887
Crisis Line: 318-226-5015

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