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1.House Of Refuge Ministries
1509 Highland Rd
2.Corporates By Bren
2502 Gates Cir
3.Bishop Ott Shelter Program
1623 Convention St
4.Louisiana Housing Alliance
1726 Pruyn St
447 3rd St
6.Louisiana Housing Alliance
412 N 4th St Ste 102
Housing Consultants & Referral ServiceSocial Service OrganizationsShelters
7.Ebr Housing Development 4 Roosevelt
1255 W Roosevelt St
Housing Consultants & Referral ServiceSocial Service OrganizationsShelters
8.Alzheimer's Services Of The Capital Area
3772 North Blvd
Social Services-Information & Referral ProgramsSocial Service OrganizationsAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesHuman Services Organizations
I can't tell you how great it feels to be a part of the team at Alzheimer's Services. Each day I get to see the impact we are making in the lives of the families we serve, and it is so rewarding to know we are making a difference. We have a few caregivers I've come to know pretty well, and when they visit, it's like seeing a friend. And when they smile and give me a hug and ask how I'm doing, despite their own struggles, it gives me such joy because I know they feel at home here. Whenever someones asks me what I do, I feel like I should precursor my answer with an apology because I end up going on and on about who we are and what we do and the pride I have for being a part of Alzheimer's Services definitely comes through. I just want everyone in the Baton Rouge and surrounding areas to know about the great resources we have available and that we are here to help those facing this difficult disease.
9.Michael A Cascio, MSW, LCSW, BCD
9229 Bluebonnet Blvd
PsychotherapistsCounseling ServicesMental Health ServicesCounselors-Licensed Professional
10.YMCA Of The Capital Area Metro Office
350 S Foster Dr
Social Service OrganizationsHealth ResortsCommunity OrganizationsHealth Clubs
The Y is a nonprofit, community service organization with a focus on strengthening the community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The Y nurtures the potential of every youth and teen, improves the nations health and well-being and provides opportunities to give back and support neighbors. The Y also makes sure that everyone, regardless of age, income, religion or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. YMCA Baton Rouge operates 9 facilities in the Capital Area, including Addis.
11.Salvation Army The
7361 Airline Hwy
Thrift ShopsBusiness & Trade OrganizationsCharitiesSocial Service Organizations
Went there on Wednesday 50% off of every thing ✌️✌️
12.Delta Clinic Of Baton Rouge Inc
756 Colonial Dr
Abortion ServicesSocial Service OrganizationsClinics
Abortion is one of the safest surgical procedures for women in the United States. Fewer than 0.5% of women obtaining abortions experience a complication, and the risk of death associated with abortion is about one-tenth that associated with childbirth. Abortion is the second most commonly performed medical procedure for women in the last thirty years, second to Caesarean sections.Our goal is to support women and their families in making informed decisions about their health, and to encourage them to become active partners in their care.
1819 Florida Blvd
Drug Abuse & Addiction CentersAlcoholism Information & Treatment CentersSocial Service Organizations
Hi, my name is Jeanne and I'm an alcoholic; recovering but still an alcoholic. I went to BRDetox May 25, 2011. I've been clean since that time. I remember the people I was with and think of them often. Some of you I see from time to time, others I've lost touch with. The staff, who took care of me, YOU are beautiful. My experience at the center was life-changing and life-saving. I got my life back. Everyday I'm grateful for the chance to live another day clean, free, and sober. Ladies and gentlemen...Thank You...(just doesn't seem to enough).
14.Lighthouse For The Blind
2773 N Flannery Rd
Blind & Vision Impaired ServicesSocial Service OrganizationsDevelopmentally Disabled & Special Needs Services & Products
I am very interested in finding out more on this organization. My name is Donna Smith and I am inquiring for my nephew Dustin White who lost his eye sight 3 yrs ago. Dustin is 29 years old. I am at a road block dealing with whats available out there for Dustin. Thanks
3121 College Dr Ste B
CharitiesFoundations-Educational, Philanthropic, ResearchResale ShopsSocial Service Organizations
111 N 22nd St
Residential Care FacilitiesSocial Service Organizations
Worst program ever! The staff are rude, uneducated, and not empathetic to their clients needs.
260 S Acadian Thruway
CharitiesSocial Service Organizations
Founded in 1996, Youth Oasis is a nonprofit agency that serves runaway, throwaway and homeless youths in the age groups of 10 to 21 years. The agency operates Kaleidoscope Emergency Shelter, which provides food, safety, educational and support services for residents. It also offers the Passages Transitional Living program, which includes placement, mentoring, and vocational and job training sessions, as well as assists consumers in the development of action plans. The agency additionally provides individual, group and family counseling and aftercare services. Youth Oasis life skills training that includes the component of computer tutorials, personal hygiene education and interpersonal skills development. It is located in Balton Rouge, La.
18.Volunteers Of America
3949 North Blvd
Social Service OrganizationsCharitiesNurses-Home ServicesHome Health Services
Volunteers of America of Greater Baton Rouge is a human services organization that provides adoption, pregnancy, foster care and mental health services. It operates an alternative school that teaches academic, social and independent living skills to students and offers parenting programs and family strengthening classes for children, as well as their caretakers. Volunteers of America of Greater Baton Rouge also provides prevocational services to individuals with developmental disabilities. With a presence in Baton Rouge, La., the organization is a charter member of Volunteers of America, which is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization that offers a variety of human service programs, including housing and health care. Founded in 1896, the parent organization serves more than 2 million people in over 400 communities.
19.Baton Rouge Housing Authority
4731 North Blvd
Housing Consultants & Referral ServiceCity, Village & Township GovernmentSocial Service OrganizationsGeneral Contractors
Established in 1941, the East Baton Rouge Housing Authority is an independent agency that provides homes and other suitable living facilities for low-income families. It operates administration, finance and public housing departments. The authority provides moving options, rental assistance and temporary housing arrangements through its assisted and public housing programs. It operates more than 10 development sites that are designed to accommodate families, senior citizens and people with disabilities. Some of the complexes listed by the East Baton Rouge Housing Authority feature ovens, refrigerators, freezers, and playground and laundry facilities. It also offers public housing leasing assistance, rent collection and resident eviction services. Located in Baton Rouge, La., the East Baton Rouge Housing Authority serves more than 3,500 families.
20.Capital Area Human Svc Ctr
4615 Government St
Physicians & Surgeons, PsychiatryMental Health Clinics & InformationMental Health ServicesPhysicians & Surgeons
Established in 1997, the Capital Area Human Services District provides community-based programs and services relative to mental health, developmental disabilities and addictive disorders. It provides social, psychological and psychiatric evaluations; individual, group and family counseling; and residential and supported living programs. The district also provides treatment for sexual abuse victims, dual diagnosis services, and medication and case management. In addition, the Capital Area Human Services District provides respite care, crisis assessment, and behavioral and family support. It is located in Baton Rouge, La.
21.Council On Aging
5790 Florida Blvd
Senior Citizens Services & OrganizationsSenior Citizen CounselingSocial Service OrganizationsGovernment Offices
The East Baton Rouge Council on the Aging, also known as EBRCOA, serves senior citizens in East Baton Rouge Parish. The council offers advocacy and planning services. It provides personal care and operates health screening clinics. The East Baton Rouge Council on the Aging manages assistance and marketing departments. It administers nutrition and wellness programs. The council conducts classes in computer technology. It offers several sports activities, such as softball, football, volleyball, and track and field. The East Baton Rouge Council on the Aging provides a variety of home-delivered meals.
22.Foundation for Historical Louisiana
502 North Blvd
AssociationsSocial Service OrganizationsBusiness & Trade Organizations
About FHL The Foundation for Historical Louisiana was founded in November of 1963 with the purpose of promoting local interest in the heritage of Baton Rouge and Louisiana. The Foundation uses the resources of today to preserve the treasures of yesterday and improve the quality of tomorrow. Our aim is to promote cultural awareness and to encourage economic growth that revitalizes our communities. We seek to unite community leaders, business people, historians, teachers, and preservationists in a coalition approach to historic education and preservation advocacy. The mission of the Foundation for Historical Louisiana is to promote the preservation of the cultural and architectural heritage of Louisiana through education, advocacy, and stewardship.
23.Louisiana State Of
602 N 5th St
State GovernmentGovernment OfficesSocial Service Organizations
The Louisiana Public Service Commission, also known as LPSC, is an independent regulatory agency. The commission has been in operation since 1921 and is a part of the state of Louisiana. It employs a staff of more than 200 people. The commission has jurisdiction over publicly owned utilities that provide water, wastewater, natural gas and telecommunication services. The Louisiana Public Service Commission operates the Do Not Call program. The department operates legal, economics, transportation and audit divisions. It also regulates intrastate transportation services, including towing and waste hauling. In addition, the Louisiana Public Service Commission has jurisdiction over electric cooperatives in Louisiana.
24.Louisiana Commission-The Deaf
628 N 4th St
Deaf Organizations & ServicesSocial Service OrganizationsDisability Services
Founded in 1980, Louisiana Commission for the Deaf promotes, coordinates and facilitates public and private services for individuals with visual and hearing impairments. The commission advocates for the needs and rights of people with speech disabilities. Louisiana Commission for the Deaf has more than 5 community-based regional centers that offer document and telecommunication interpretation, advocacy and referral services for more than 40,000 people annually. It offers telephones, telebraillers and amplification equipment. The commission is a part of the Louisiana Department of Social Services, Which offers child and foster care, independent living, rehabilitation and food services. Louisiana Commission for the Deaf maintains a presence in Baton Rouge, La.
25.Probation & Parole
504 Mayflower St
State GovernmentProbation ServicesSocial Service OrganizationsGovernment Offices
The Division of Probation and Parole/Adult is a part of the Louisiana Department of Corrections, which is operated by the government of the state of Louisiana. The division focuses on the security and safety of the general public. It is responsible for the enforcement of legal statutes and community-based programs. The division supervises more than 62,000 offenders. The Division of Probation and Parole/Adult has more than 15 offices throughout Louisiana. The division employs a staff of over 550 people and conducts nearly 4,800 investigations annually. The Division of Probation and Parole/Adult operates a variety of substance abuse, anger management, job training and mental health treatment programs.
26.Family Support Office
627 N 4th St
Social Service OrganizationsState GovernmentCommunity OrganizationsGovernment Offices
Located in Baton Rouge, La., the Office of Family Support is a state division that provides child care, adoption and foster care services. The division administers the Food Stamp Program, which is a federal program that provides financial assistance for low-income individuals and families to purchase food items. Its child support enforcement services include paternity establishment and the collection, modification and distribution of support orders. In addition, the Office of Family Support offers child support and counseling services. The division is a part of the Louisiana Department of Social Services, which operates through information and support services, human resources, and planning and budget divisions. The department offers evaluation, job placement, counseling and training-related services to individuals with visual impairments. It provides vocational rehabilitation services to people with disabilities.
27.Department Children & Family
627 N 4th St
Social Service OrganizationsState Government
The Louisiana Department of Social Services is a state government agency that provides financial assistance and social services for the citizens of Louisiana, and for rehabilitating persons with disabilities. Its services include children s support programs, adoption services, vocational rehabilitation, food stamps, child welfare services, cash assistance and services for visually impaired individuals. The department is composed of the Executive Office of the Secretary, which includes Louisiana Rehabilitation Services; the Office of Management and Finance; the Office of Family Support; and the Office of Community Services. The Louisiana Department of Social Services has headquarters in the A. Z. Young Building in Baton Rouge, La.
28.Family Service of Greater Baton Rouge
4727 Revere Ave
Social Service OrganizationsCounseling ServicesCounselors-Licensed ProfessionalCommunity Organizations
Family Service of Greater Baton Rouge, also known as FSGBR, is a private social service agency that annually serves more than 14,000 families and individuals. The agency offers AIDS education, counseling and testing services. It also provides assistance with the prevention and early identification of HIV infection. Family Service of Greater Baton Rouge s family preservation program provides in-home therapy services for youths on probation. In addition, the agency operates a child and family counseling center that assists with the treatment and prevention of anger, grief, anxiety, depression, temper tantrums and oppositional behavior. Its art therapists have expertise in psychological theories and visual arts. Family Service of Greater Baton Rouge organizes workshops for parents, teachers and community groups to enhance their knowledge and skills in the areas of parenting and child development and abuse prevention.
29.Louisiana Health & Rehabilitation Options
2121 Wooddale Blvd
Social Service OrganizationsRehabilitation ServicesHealth & Welfare ClinicsCommunity Organizations
Founded in 2000, the Louisiana Health & Rehab Center offers services and programs for individuals with metal retardation, developmental disabilities and behavioral disorders. Its Mental Health Rehabilitation Services unit provides individual, group and family counseling services. The organization maintains Reality House for the victims of drug and alcohol abuse. Additionally, the Louisiana Health & Rehab Center offers job training and assistance services. It provides crisis intervention, medication administration and case management services. The organization offers various recreational activities, including games and movies, as well as conducts outing to parks, restaurants and zoos. The Louisiana Health & Rehab Center conducts sessions related to social skills, character and self-esteem development. It is located in Baton Rouge, La.
30.Community Resource Coordinator
7732 Goodwood Blvd
Community OrganizationsSocial Service Organizations
Community Resource Coordinators, also known as CRC, is an independent, nonprofit agency that provides a range of long-term support coordination services. Founded in 1992, it serves youths, senior citizens and individuals with developmental disabilities. Community Resource Coordinators administers various educational, disability, Early Steps, assistive technology, therapeutic, job training and Medicaid programs. The agency also offers transportation, parental support, housing, recreational, advocacy, counseling and independent living skills training services. Community Resource Coordinators is located in Baton Rouge, La.
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