Opioid addiction has propelled to epidemic proportions in the city of New Orleans and in the communities on the Northshore. Read More
Efforts to help drug addicts in St. Tammany Parish were discussed during the Leadership St. Tammany Alumni Foundation breakfast March 14 in Covington. Read More
Situated near New Orleans' prominent Pontchartrain Expressway is a 100-year-old building in the midst of major changes. New Orleans Mission, a 30,000-square-foot facility that houses 300 men and women struggling with homelessness and addiction, is in the process of being rehabilitated, thanks in part to a $500,000 Affordable Housing Program (AHP) grant from Fifth District Savings Bank and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas (FHLB Dallas). Read More
Freezing temperatures and hazardous road conditions are expected overnight on the Northshore. Read More
A hot meal topped off with a Christmas gift left priceless smiles on the faces of hundreds of needy children, as they and others less fortunate were fed at the New Orleans Mission on Tuesday (Dec. 20).
Thanks to donated food and extra staffing from Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts, about 1,000 meals were served at the mission on Baronne Street near downtown New Orleans.
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- Opioid Addiction on the rise
- Leadership St. Tammany alumni work to address parish drug addiction problem
- Photo exhibit shines light on New Orleans homeless people, pets
- Consistency could be key to solving homelessness in New Orleans
- Historic New Orleans Building to be Rehabbed, Thanks to $500K Grant
- Warming shelter open in St. Tammany Parish
- Christmas comes early for kids in need at the New Orleans Mission
- Restaurant staff serve thousands of hot meals to New Orleans Mission
- We're providing help in this time of need.
- Giving Hope to the life destroyed by drugs...