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North Baton Rouge Community Center

2013 Central Rd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70807
(225) 775-6815 Office
(225) 774-2842 Fax
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M-F

Gregory Handy
Interim Director
nbrcc@brgov.com


 



Mission Statement

The North Baton Rouge Community Center functions as the focal point of social, medical and recreational activities for citizens in the North Baton Rouge area.  The NBRCC houses the Earl K. Long Outreach Clinic, Office of Social Services and Governmental offices of Elected Officials.  In addition, the center contains a large gym, a dining room, and a game room that provide many hours of enjoyment for North Baton Rouge community residents.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Agencies/Programs are located in the NBRCC?
Does the NBRCC have after school Tutorial programs?
Is there a Medical or Dental office located in the NBRCC?
Is your facility available for rental functions?
Is your facility open on weekends?
What are your hours for recreation?
What type of programs or services do you offer for Senior Citizens?
How do you apply for Food for Families/Seniors?
Are Food For Families/Seniors available to pick-up commodities at the NBRCC?

What type of services do you have to offer at North Baton Rouge Community Center?

The North Baton Rouge Community Center offers a variety of activities and accommodations suitable for both public and private  functions.  The facility has both large and medium sized meeting / conference rooms allowing for private meetings and conferences.  The larger room serves as a game room with a supply of tables and video games.  The gymnasium area is suited for most indoor league and tournament sporting events and offers a stage and dressing area, which would accommodate moderate theatrical or orchestral stage presentations.  The gym features a fully equipped kitchen.

What Agencies/Programs are located in the North Baton Rouge Community Center?

Listed Below are the names of Agencies/Programs that are located in the NBR Community Center, the services they provide and the Agencies Telephone numbers.

  • Metro Councilman Chauna Banks-Daniel District 2 (225) 389-4699
  • Mayor-President Melvin "Kip" Holden  (225) 389-3100
  • Earl K. Long Medical Clinic  (225) 389-1000
  • Office of Social Services (provides services for energy assistance, Emergency assistance, TANF Program, LLATP Program, FEMA Program, CSBG, grant program, Income Tax and Commodities) for available funds and qualifications call (225)778-1007 or (225) 778-0969
  • Comprehensive Health & Social Services provides services such as:
    • Elderly Affairs, a program designed for citizens over the age of 60 with emphasis placed on Health Screening to eligible clients.
    • The homemaker program provides light housekeeping duties one hour daily one day per week.
    • Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Program provides non-residential prevention and diversion services to youth and the Community through educational training in delinquency prevention and substance abuse.
    • Transportation provided for enrolled participants from area schools.
    • Emergency Food Pantry applications are taken Monday through Wednesday and Friday of each week from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Food is issued on Thursday at 1:30 p.m.
    • Summer Day Camp available, call (225) 775-9621 for more information
Does the North Baton Rouge Community Center have an after school Tutorial program?

Yes, the Community Center offers two sessions, from 3:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday.

Is there a Medical office or Dental office located in the North Baton Rouge Community Center?

There is no Dental Office located in the Center.
Earl K. Long Outreach Clinic Operation Hours are from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday & from 8:00 a.m.-11:30 p.m. on Friday.

Is your facility available for rental functions?

Yes, for functions such as Wedding Receptions, Family Reunions, Banquets and Meetings.

Is your facility open on weekends?

Facility is open on weekends for rental activities.

What are your hours for recreation?

Recreation hours 3:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.

What type of services or programs do you provide for Senior Citizens?

At the NBR Community Center we offer an Exercise Program, Computer Literacy Classes and Ceramic Class.

How do you apply for Food For Families/Seniors?

You can apply for Food For Families/Seniors by calling 1-800-522-3333.
Food For Families is administered by the Catholic Diocese of New Orleans.

Are Food For Families/Seniors available to pick-up commodities at the North Baton Rouge Community Center?

Yes, Food For Families/Seniors distribute 40 lbs. of food on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Monday of each month.