Current Happenings & Big News:

HUD Continuum of Care Competition

  • Coordinated Access Point
  • Street Outreach Team
  • Drop-In Center
  • HMIS Regional Administration

Open Doors Capital Campaign

Are you experiencing homelessness or do you know someone who is?

In addition to serving as the Homeless Coalition lead for Northwest Louisiana, HOPE Connections also serves as the front door to the homeless system. We manage the homeless one-stop for this area, and operate the programs that connect clients to all of the agencies.

Client Services

The Homeless Coalition meets 4th Wednesday of each month at 9:00 am at HOPE Connections. Agencies, faith organizations, and  individuals meet to discuss strategic solutions to homelessness in our area, get to know each other better, and learn about new resources. Please join us!

Click below to become a member of the Homeless Coalition or to see who in our community is involved in the effort!

Be part of the solution!

The HUD Continuum of Care funded agencies in Northwest Louisiana have experienced  amazing growth/change over the past 4 years. It has been painful at times, but what we have created together is a system of homeless housing and services that actually works to end homelessness.

The link below is the application issued by HUD in October 2015:

The links below are the final submissions to HUD in November 2015: 

HOPE has never been so proud to work with the agencies represented in this application, and we want to share a few of the highlights!  


  • 0 Transitional Housing Programs
  • 100% of projects using the Housing First Model
  • 100% of projects operating as Low Barrier
  • 95% Rate of clients remaining in Permanent Supportive Housing or exiting to other permanent housing options

AND...the ultimate measure of our work

  • 40% reduction in homelessness overall
  • 37% reduction in unsheltered homelessness
  • 22% reduction in chronic homelessness
  • 57% reduction in unsheltered Veteran homelessness


HOPE Connections

Agencies working together to prevent and end homelessness in Northwest Louisiana