Family Resources

There are a number of agencies within the area of the Middle District of Louisiana providing services which may prove helpful to families of defendants in federal criminal cases.  We list the websites of several larger organizations for your information.  Undoubtedly there are many other social projects of which we are not aware. Even if the scope of their potential assistance is more limited, please tell us how to contact them by clicking here.

Catholic Charities, Diocese of Baton Rouge www.CatholicCharitiesBR.org

  1. Behavorial Health Counseling www.ccdiobr.org/programs/behavorial-health.html
  2. Employment Services www.ccdiobr.org/programs/employment.html
  3. Crisis Pregnancy & Sanctuary for Life www.ccdiobr.org/programs/maternity-and-adoption.html
  4. Prison Ministry and Joseph Homes www.ccdiobr.org/programs/commnity-social-responsibility.html
  5. Immigration Legal Services www.ccdiobr.org/programs/migration-and-refugee-services.html
  6. Families First Housing www.ccdiobr.org/programs/community-social-responsibility.html

Salvation Army http://salvationarmysouth.org

Volunteers of America http://www.voagbr.org/

Healing Place Church www.healingplacechurch.org

Families in Need http://brgov.com/dept/juvenile/fins.htm

Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center www.brcic.org

Families Helping Families of Greater Baton Rouge http://fhfgbr.org/

Big Buddy Program https://www.bigbuddyprogram.org/

Behavioral Health Treatment Facilities http://www.projectknow.com/research/behavioral-health/

St. Vincent de Paul Society www.svdpbr.org
1. Food Services
2. Shelter/housing
3. Stores/distribution centers
4. Uniforms for kids
5. Prescription services
6. Disaster Relief

Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank www.brfoodbank.org