Your Journey Home Starts Here!

The mission of Providence House is to break the homeless cycle one family at a time. Providence House is a residential treatment facility for homeless families with children, providing comprehensive support services for improving the family structure.

How We Help

We address the core barriers that lead to homelessness and allow families (single men, single women, or married couples with children) a chance to start again, to find hope and to gain the independence that they have never had or once lost.        

Get Involved

We cannot do it without you, and we are asking you to get involved. There are so many ways for you to partner with us in our mission to end the cycle of homelessness in the Shreveport/Bossier area.

Donate In-Kind

Donate In-Kind

Donate Now

Donate Now

Volunteer

Volunteer

Our Results

Providence House is the primary referral source in the community for homeless families with children. We receive more than 75 new inquiries each month from families with children seeking shelter. Since opening in 1988, 665 families have graduated from Providence House including:  
665
1328
1992

Adults

Children

Total People

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Stay connected to the movement to break the cycle of homelessness one family at a time.

Need Help?

Sometimes things happen which cannot be overcome without help. If you are experiencing that kind of personal devastation or you know someone who is struggling in such a way – perhaps a family member or a friend – there is help at Providence House.

Our Stories

Meet Annette
“I am so thankful for the way my life turned out. And what I’ve discovered about myself in
Daily Needs
The same supplies that help your home run smoothly are needed to help Providence House run efficiently as
National Tell-A-Story Day: “Kelly”
The narrative below was part of an activity at Providence House for National Tell-A-Story Day. The intention was

Power of $25

Your monthly gift can provide food, clothing, shelter, education, and support that can forever transform the lives of families in need.