Frequently Asked Questions

If you are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, or know someone who is homeless, help is available.  LSNDC, along with other service organizations within the state of Louisiana, are ready to assist persons who are homeless.  These organizations provide a range of services and forms of assistance, including emergency shelter, food, job training and placement assistance, and housing counseling.  For general information on available resources, please visit the Home page on the LSNDC website.


Q: I am homeless, and I need help.  What can I do?

A: The LSNDC website has information about shelter, food, health care, jobs and other assistance for people who are homeless.  Please click on the following link to search for resources that may be able to help you. FIND HELP


Q: I know someone who is homeless.  How can I help?

A: You can tell your friend about the resources listed on LSNDC’s website for people who are homeless.  And while you are there, you may want to explore volunteer opportunities and some other ways you can help the homeless.    


Q: What is LSNDC doing in my community to help address the problems associate with homelessness?

A: LSNDC has 10 regional Continuum of Care programs within the state of Louisiana that support local community agencies.  These entities tailor programming to meet the needs of their communities.  You can read more about LSNDC programs to help the homeless on our website.  LSNDC Statewide Contacts    Click Here for Interactive Louisiana Housing Services Access Point Map