All too often, people experiencing homelessness or a mental health crisis end up in the back of a police car on the way to jail or a hospital emergency room. These outcomes can be both traumatic and costly, but there are better alternatives.
It's a sad truth that millions of people are forced to live on the streets, often struggling to find basic necessities like shelter, food, and healthcare. As a society, we must do more to help those who are homeless. This could mean supporting organizations that offer shelter and resources, volunteering our time to help those in need, or advocating for better policies and initiatives that prioritize the needs of the homeless community.
We cannot ignore this problem or simply hope that it goes away on its own. We must work together to find solutions and support those who need it most. Let's start by acknowledging the humanity of those who are homeless and making a commitment to help them in any way we can.
It is known that Ascension Parish has a homeless problem and Heavens Care is here to help. By CLICKING HERE and on the links below, you are helping us obtain resources to help these individuals or families experiencing unsheltered homelessness.
There are over 7,300 homeless people in Louisiana, but in the Unites States alone with the inclusion of Louisiana, there are over 590,000. The mission of Heaven's Care is to provide support, assistance, and resources to those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Our goal is to help individuals and families overcome the challenges associated with homelessness and achieve long-term stability and independence.