Read Our Stories

Learn more about our families and how they overcame homelessness.

Giving Ideas

Giving Ideas So many of you have reached out to help us this holiday season and we are beyond grateful! Our Adopt a Family program and Holiday Baskets have been hugely successful this year

Meet Annette

“I am so thankful for the way my life turned out. And what I’ve discovered about myself in it.” –Annette P.   Annette’s journey includes being an only child, facing homelessness, being abused, and hearing

Give For Good 2022

Grow Your Heart when you Give For Good. Support Providence House! Providence House is proud to once again participate in Give For Good, North Louisiana’s largest giving event! The event was established in 2014

Just in Time for Spring Cleaning

Providence House’s Donation Center is reopening Monday, March 7. Your clothing and furniture donations help tremendously and we could not do this work without your support. Our drive-up donation center is located behind Providence

Give for Good 2020

Give for Good 2020 Give for Good was May 5th, 2020 and Providence House knocked it out of the park! Give for Good is an annual Community Foundation event that takes place in May

Kimberly Thomas

Kimberly had lost everything, including a place to stay and was facing jail time. She had no job, and she and her children Ka’Lajea and Kentravious were sleeping in a car. She had nowhere

Shunta Marston

Shunta Marston and her 2 children Shaniya and Amya, had been living in a motel and unemployed and when her money ran out. Having nowhere to go, she called Providence House hoping to find

The Johnsons

The Johnsons were struggling, had no jobs and could not provide for their children Naylon and Jaya. They called Providence House because they had heard that it had a good program to help families.

Erik Graham

Erik and his daughter Skyler were living what he describes as an unstable life with no direction before coming to Providence House. He was working part-time as a landscaper, and there was just not

Marquita Ellison

Marquita and her son Donte were living in a motel. She was working at Circle K. When they changed her hours to overnight, she made the choice to quit her job, because she did

Leslie Cooper

Leslie says life was overwhelming. 11 years ago, she divorced her husband due to domestic violence. Since that time she had received no child support to help her raise her children. She was working

Deloria Cooper

Deloria and her 6 children Mitesha, Shakerria, Tamar, Sha’Tyra, Cimino, and Kaharia would have to stay in separate places at night just to have a safe place to stay warm and dry. Each morning,

Susan White

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