Featured Highlights

  • Attend Workshop on Ethics In Supervision

    Dr. Torin Sanders leads our next Community Workshop on Friday, Oct. 31, at Audubon Zoo Dominion Center. Learn the steps of ethical decision-making and how to help your staff explore ethical issues. Registration for this credit course is $60. Click on the headline to register online or learn more
  • Remembering 9/11, Honoring Police Officers, Firefighters

    Volunteers of America still remembers. Our RSVP volunteers observed the 13th anniversary of 9/11 by delivering dozens of cookies to police officers and firefighters throughout St. Tammany. It was all part of the National Day of Service and Remembrance. At District 1 Fire Station 13, Slidell are, from left, Firefighters B. Callahan, T. Sanford and C. Shay. Click on the headline to see more photos.
  • Vigee A 'Women of the Year' Honoree

    Voris Vigee, our organization's Executive Vice President for Program Operations, has been honored by CityBusiness as one of the publication's 2014 Women of the Year honorees. Also a commissioned Volunteers of America minister, Vigee was recognized for her many professional and community contributions.
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Programs & Services

  • Children, Youth, & Family
    Services include Adoption & Maternity, Mentoring Children of Promise, Lighthouse after-school and summer enrichment and Healthy Lifestyle Choices.
  • Developmental Disability
    Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans helps persons with disabilities live independent and meaningful lives through Community Living Services and Supportive Living Services.
  • Elderly Services
    Keeping seniors healthy, safe and as independent as possible is the goal of many Volunteers of America services in the New Orleans region.
  • Fresh Food Factor
    Provides healthy meals to students in local schools, promoting good nutrition and healthy choices while helping to reduce youth obesity.
  • Housing
    Volunteers of America has long been active in supplying affordable housing to persons in need. In the years after Hurricane Katrina, our expertise and experience are more valuable than ever because affordable housing remains scarce throughout south Louisiana.
  • Mental Health Services
    Volunteers of America New Orleans Mental Health Services provides Community Coordination to help with housing, basic needs, entitlements, family functioning, education, special education, transportation, employment, money management, medical/dental, mental health, comprehensive assessment, and services planning.
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