If your organization is involved in affordable housing, community
development / neighborhood improvement activities that are focused in lower income
person(s) or neighborhoods in East Baton Rouge Parish, you're invited to submit a
description of the organization and what you do. We will post appropriate submissions on
What to submit: Please provide the name of the organization,
mailing address, contact person, and phone number. Define the geographic area in which the
organization functions. Include a summary of the types of activities in which you are
involved. Postings are limited to one type written, single-spaced, letter size page.
How to submit: You can mail your description to: Office of
Community Development, P.O. Box 1471, Baton Rouge, LA 70802 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Community/Neighborhood Based Organization Listing
Baton Rouge Green
Committed to preserving and restoring our natural urban forest and improving the quality
of life of our citizens.
Capital Area United Way (CAUW)
Capital Area United Way is a volunteer-based network of people who raise money to fund
critical community services to those in need.
Caleb, Inc. Community Development Corporation
The Caleb CDC is a faith based service and development corporation in business to offer
complete developmental opportunities to individuals.
Chaneyville Community Center
The center is located in the northeast section of East Baton Rouge Parish. It offers
the local community a wide variety of activities and assistance.
Catholic Community Services (CCS) Citizens Advocacy for
Persons with Disabilities (CAPD)
Services provided by the CAPD include; Information and referral, Partnerships,
Empowerment, Advocacy, and its Partners Program.
Catholic Community Services (CCS) Families First Program
CCS's Families First Program provides transitional housing for homeless families
Delmont Service Center
Provides a continuum of programs, services, and activities that meet the needs of our
East Baton Rouge HEAD START
Providing comprehensive services to eligible pre-school children and their families
Gulf Coast Teaching Family Services, Inc.
A non-profit organization providing comprehensive human service programs and assistance to
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Baton Rouge
"It's Not Just Building Homes, It's Building Communities".
Hibernia Community Development Corporation
Established in 1996, Hibernia CDC is a wholly-owned, not-for-profit, subsidiary of
Hibernia National Bank dedicated to improving the quality of life for citizens of the
communities they serve.
Mid City Redevelopment Alliance, Inc.
Founded in 1991 for the purpose of revitalizing the Mid City region of Baton Rouge.
Office of Social Services
Social Services is the designated Community Action Agency for East Baton Rouge Parish.
Options Foundation, Inc.
Founded in 1993 by a group of social service professionals. The Options Foundation
provides therapeutic residential group home services for boys and has under development
"Options Villa". Options Villa is a project that will provide supported
housing for homeless mentally ill person(s).
Scotlandville Community Development
Scotlandville CDC is committed to improving and revitalizing the Scotlandville
St. Vincent de Paul Dining Room
Established in 1982, the St. Vincent de Paul Dining Room is the largest mass-feeding
facility in the Baton Rouge area.
The Baton Rouge Area Foundation
A catalyst for philanthropy and a funding source for nonprofit organizations in the
community since 1964.