Community Resources

Community Type
  • 2-1-1

    Phone
    211

    Brought to you by United Way, 2-1-1 is a free and confidential service that helps people across the U.S. find the local resources they need 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Resource categories:  emergencies & disasters; crisis; food; health; housing & utilities; human trafficking; jobs & employment; re-entry; veterans.  If you need assistance, simply dial 2-1-1 from any phone.

  • Be Bossier

    BeBossier.com is written and edited by a team of people who love Bossier City, Louisiana. We discover compelling stories within our city and parish, so that we can share our passion with you. Our goal is to showcase all of the incredible resources and amenities Bossier has to offer. Whether you are looking to move to Bossier, start a business here or just wondering what the city is all about, you’ve come to the right place. 

  • Bossier City Farmer's Market

    The Market will be held from 9am-1pm each Saturday, April 7, 2018 through November 2018.  This family-friendly event is free, open to the public and will feature children’s activities including face-painting, games, and is even pet friendly.

  • Bossier Innovates

    Powered by the Bossier Chamber of Commerce, Bossier Innovates is your one-stop for information and resources to help you learn about the rich offerings Bossier Parish has to offer.  If you are new to Bossier, or are making the move here, this is a powerful resources to connect you to all the community services and iformation you need to help you get settled in.

  • Bossier Parish Schools

    We at Bossier Schools take great pride in being named one of the fastest growing school districts in Louisiana.  The Bossier School System is also recognized for continually exceeding the state average, even garnering international acclaim. Our state assessment scores and graduation rate routinely exceed the state average and our students are high achievers, recognized for performing in the top percentile in Advanced Placement (AP) courses.

  • Deaf Action Center

    The Deaf Action Center promotes the independence of the deaf, the hard of hearing and the multi-handicapped deaf in Louisiana. The Center has made a tremendous effort to provide services, support, and advocacy for this population by providing education to the general public, instructing and directing individuals interested in the field of deafness and encouraging leadership among members of the Deaf Community.

  • Everyone On

    EveryoneOn is a national nonprofit that creates social and economic opportunity by connecting everyone to the internet.  Through partnerships with local internet service providers, EveryoneOn is able to offer free or $9.95 home Internet service.  

  • Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana

    The mission of the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana is to serve as the primary resource for fighting hunger in Northwest Louisiana.  Their vision is to ultimately end hunger in Northwest Louisiana by effective food collection and distribution which will provide universal access to food for the needy in our communities.

  • Kidline

    Phone
    1-800-CHILDREN

    KIDLINE (1-800-CHILDREN) is an anonymous, toll-free, statewide telephone service offering crisis intervention, support, parenting information and referrals to community resources within the state of Louisiana. KIDLINE is now also available via text at 225-424-1533 or via web chat.  Counselors available 24/7.  Call, text, or chat for:  confidential emotional support; information on child development; positive discipline tips; information on community services; inforamtion on the Safe Haven Law; or information on Crime Victim Reparation.

  • LINCC

    Louisiana Initiative for Nonprofit & Community Collaboration is a web-based community platform that brings community resources together through one portal, providing data, knowledge and interactive tools for effective collaboration between nonprofits, government, funders, and other stakeholders about a wide range of issues which impact the quality of life of Northwest Louisiana, such as homelessness, health, education, and workforce development.

  • Louisiana Heroes' Scholarship Fund

    The Louisiana Heroes’ Scholarship Fund provides college and vocational school tuition to the children of Louisiana’s teachers, coaches, law enforcement officers, and first responders. Scott Chafin created the fund, in conjunction with the Community Foundation, by making an initial donation of $25,000.00. The fund will be kept alive by annual fundraisers and private donations. The Louisiana Heroes’ Scholarship Fund will award (5) $2,500 scholarships each year to Louisiana students based on merit and need.