Community Renewal International's holistic educational programs for adults include HiSET test preparation and other skill-building and entrepreneurial classes.
In Fall 2023, The Arc Caddo-Bossier will open a second campus of their high-quality Child Development Center, the Goldman School at the Highland Center.
Volunteers of America North Louisiana's Teen Club provides a safe haven for high school students to work on homework, plan for future careers, and serve the community.
An office of the National Association for Hispanic Elderly, Project Ayuda's training program helps seniors citizens re-enter the workforce.
Project I/O is a non-profit dedicated to providing digital literacy programs and advocating for broadband access for everyone. Follow here for updates.
Basic Necessities provides diapers, period products, and incontinence supplies
at no cost to people in the ArkLaTex
who are experiencing economic challenges.
Volunteers of America North Louisiana's Level Up Program moves youth ages 18-24 into permanent supportive housing, while addressing current needs and past trauma experience.
Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention (LA-AID) support the emergency needs of legal asylum seekers reuniting with their families.
Heather Goodman-D'Anna, LPC, is an inclusive Licensed Professional Counselor who believes in empowering others through collaboration.
Valencia MHP is a professional mental health service that provides care to allow clients to heal mentally, physically, and spiritually.
NWLA RASA is empowering Latino and Hispanic communities in Northwest Louisiana by providing support, social, and educational services.
Church for the Highland anchors the Highland Center and works to build the "beloved community," where all people are welcomed to learn, heal, grow, and serve together.
Hosts of the annual Highland Jazz & Blues Festival, Highland Area Partnership, hosts community and cultural events.
Led by our neighborhood school's librarian, the Highland Library Project circulates donated books for readers of all ages.
Volunteers working to keep Highland a vibrant, creative, and historic neighborhood. Events include Second Saturday clean up's, quarterly neighborhood meetings, and more. Join.
Highland artists with studio space include Brown Studios and LodeStar Ensemble Theatre.
The Elite Corp of Louisiana is helps small business and job seekers grow their professional skills.
S.B.C. is a woman-owned small business based out of NWLA making handmade small-batch buttermilk biscuits with local ingredients. Order now!
Taqueria Flores creates mouth-watering, authentic Mexican food, sold in the Shreveport-Bossier area.