The City of Shreveport, in collaboration with the Power Coalition, Providence House, and other partners, is pleased to announce the availability of applications for financial assistance and supportive services for tenants residing at Villa Norte and Jolie Apartments.

This initiative, the Emergency Apartment Relocation Assistance Program, aims to provide necessary aid and resources to support our citizens during challenging times.

Listed below are the details of the meetings Friday (5/17/24):

MEETING ONE. Jolie Apartments

Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Location: Shreveport Public Assembly & Recreation Department (SPAR) Maintenance Facility 1033 Shreveport/Barksdale Hwy, Shreveport, LA, 71104

MEETING TWO. Villa Norte Apartments

Time: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Location: New Birth Baptist Church 836 North Market, Shreveport, LA 71107

For inquiries and further assistance, please contact the City of Shreveport, Department of Community Development, at 318-673-5900 or Providence House at 318-221-7887. We encourage eligible residents to take advantage of this opportunity for support and assistance.

Your well-being is of paramount importance to us, and we remain committed to serving you during these times of need. In an effort to ensure that all residents have access to the support and services being offered, SPORTRAN is dedicated to providing transportation to and from the designated application sites.

A letter will be sent to residents with SPORTRAN pick-up times. Also, SPORTRAN can be contacted by phone at 318-673-7400.

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