Covenant House New Orleans
Youth Homeless Shelter in New Orleans, LAVisit shelter homepage
Crisis Care Information611 North Rampart Street
New Orleans, LA 70112 Phone: 504-584-1111
Year Founded: 1987
Youth Served Every Year: 900
Executive Director: James R. KellyVisit Shelter Homepage
Who we are: Covenant House New Orleans (CHNOLA) serves youth ages 16-22. Our services are free and our doors are always open. Our team of caring professionals meets the immediate needs of youth in crisis and then develops an individualized plan for each young person to address their complex problems and help them take steps toward a productive and independent future.
Our shelter: When youth walk through the doors of our shelter, CHNOLA provides them with a hot meal, clothes, a bed, caring staff, and so much more. Individual medical care is provided on-site within 72 hours. We develop a personalized case plan with each youth and work with them every step of the way to reunite them with family, when possible, or develop the tools they need to live independently.
Our programs: Young people can access short-term emergency care through CHNOLA’s street outreach program, drop-in services, and emergency shelter. Our transitional housing program, Rights of Passage, helps youth hone life skills and prepares them for independent living. When youth are ready, we help them identify and move into affordable housing, while continuing to support their ongoing development.
|Hygiene supplies (street outreach)||Family reunification||Job readiness|
|Showers||Case management||Employment assistance|
|Clean Clothes||Art, music workshops||Financial readiness|
|On-site medical care||Substance-use counseling||Trafficking survivor services|
|Mental health care||Education assistance||Transportation assistance|
From the Peabody Award-winning Renaud Brothers, SHELTER takes an in-depth look at the lives of residents at Covenant House New Orleans. Watch the film to hear the stories of our youth bravely working to overcome the challenges that have brought them to our doors.
For "where are they now?" updates on the youth featured in the film visit shelterdocumentary.com