How We Help

Our Programs
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.  Our three strong pillars include:


Providence House operates a 4-STAR Child Development Center (CDC) exclusively for homeless and low income children ages zero to five years.  Working to Learn is our full-time, adult HiSET (High School Equivalency Test)/GED program.  Adult residents have the opportunity to earn their high school equivalency diploma with an option to dually enroll with Bossier Parish Community College. 


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The “House” accommodates up to 27 families (80 people). With the support of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the City of Shreveport, our goal is to rapidly get families housed and provide the necessary support to become self-sufficient.

Supportive Services

Providence House employs case managers, a  professional counselor, a full-time dietary team, and a full-time teaching staff. This team, along with administrative staff, provides a complement of supportive services including financial literacy, parenting and life skills classes, employment preparation, and a workforce development program.  

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.

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Power of $25

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