Volunteers of America North Louisiana is one of the largest providers of safe, affordable housing in Northwest Louisiana. We were one of the first organizations to offer housing for people with disabilities. Today, we provide supportive housing for people with chronic mental illness, developmental disabilities, physical permanent disabilities, very low-income seniors and Veterans.
Residents have their own apartments while accessing support services to cope with whatever obstacles they face. If you or someone you know is in need of housing, please contact the appropriate residential facility below and fill out an application today.
|Housing Property||Location||Who We Serve||Contact|
|Corbitt Lodge||1725 Corbitt Road, Shreveport La||Low income individuals with mental illness||Pamela LaFleur,
|Greenwood Lodge||4121 Greenwood Lane, Shreveport La||Low income individuals with developmental disabilities
|Embassy Apartments||2901 Dee Street, Shreveport La||Veterans||Amanda Bullock,
|Independence Lodge||2319 Riverwood Drive, Bossier City La||Low income individuals with developmental and physical disabilities||Lori Phills,
|Independence Meadows||706 Independence Circle, Ruston La||Very low income individuals with mental illness||Mary Miller,
|McAdoo||1002 Texas Street, Shreveport La||Very low income individuals with chronic mental illness||Hope Connections|
|South Pointe Place||1133 South Pointe Parkway, Shreveport La||Low-Income Seniors, Veterans||Amanda Bullock,
|Pine Haven Square||115 Rainbow Drive, Pineville La||Very low income individuals with chronic mental illness||(318) 767-0102|
|New Haven Square||2503 Culpepper Road, Alexandria La||Very low income individuals with chronic mental illness||Kelley Long,