Baton Rouge Partner Organizations
LDSC positions are in line with our healthy futures initiative. Members will serve with organizations to provide nutrition and fitness education, mental health resources, and provide outreach for HIV/AIDS and substance abuse prevention.
BRYC's mission is to level the playing field for high-achieving, under-resourced youth by providing holistic college, leadership and emotional support services.
BRYC's goal: To cultivate the leadership skills and community consciousness of our Freshman and Sophomore Fellows as they mentor under-resourced 6th-graders from THRIVE Charter Boarding School every Monday through a curriculum focused on nutrition, fitness, and healthy living.
Service Learning Director
Program Mission and/or Goals:
In nutrition and fitness, we want to encourage lifelong habits for our students and families that make an impact on the larger community. We want to give students supplemental recreational experiences through our afterschool programs and “Holiday Camps”.
1-2 Student/Family Health and Fitness Coordinator
Established in 1990 as the Baton Rouge HIV/AIDS Regional Planning Coalition and incorporated in 1995 under its current name, HAART is the largest provider of Ryan White funded services in the DHH Region Two area and one of the three largest AIDS service organizations in the state. HAART is also the largest Louisiana provider of HUD-funded housing for persons living with HIV/AIDS.
Our Vision Statement
"HAART envisions a system that will ensure access to and awareness of high quality and culturally competent preventive and primary medical care and support services that respond effectively to the emerging needs of the community while reducing social stigmas."
Our Mission Statement
"HAART seeks to improve our community through health and wellness education, and the provision of comprehensive quality services."
Youth Engagement Coordinator
Youth Outreach Coordinator
"It is the BREC mission to provide quality parks and recreational opportunities for all the residents of East Baton Rouge Parish."
BREC Out! is an Outdoor Outreach program designed with the fundamental purpose of providing educational and recreational programming in a hands-on, outdoor setting using methods and styles that promote and encourage higher level thinking and character development. BREC Out! targets audiences that are at-risk with long-term results obtained through recurring interaction and mentoring from staff. The goal is to enhance self-esteem, to foster mental and physical development and improvement through guidance and instruction, and to develop the many characteristics associated with civic-mindedness and environmental stewardship.
Outreach Coordinator (1Position Open as of 9/20/2013)
We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun,
experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.
Volunteer and Community Outreach Coordinator
We provide support, education and advocacy to empower all individuals and families affected by sexual trauma, and engage and mobilize the community to prevent sexual violence.
To build a healthy community free from oppression and violence that fosters equality and acceptance of all its members.
Capital Area Alliance for the Homeless (CAAH) holds the fundamental belief that
everyone, no matter how deprived in circumstances of housing and necessities is
valued, entitled to dignity, respect, and is deserving of community assistance
and the opportunity to achieve a life of self-sufficiency.
The mission of the Capital Area Alliance for the Homeless is to provide a continuum
of care network for the homeless in the Capital Area (comprised of the civil parishes of Ascension, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Pointe Coupee, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana) through a coordinated body of diverse organizations and individuals. This body will address issues of homelessness in the capital area parishes; affect the development of resources to meet the needs of the homeless; provide for a formal assessment of homeless needs; and educate the community on homeless issues, needs, and priorities.
Capital Area Alliance for the Homeless (CAAH) holds the fundamental belief that everyone, no matter how deprived in circumstances of housing and necessities is valued, entitled to dignity, respect, and is deserving of community assistance and the opportunity to achieve a life of self-sufficiency.
2 Care Coordinators
We are committed to the best interest of all students by maintaining a climate
in which the school, parents, and community emphasize academic excellence and help students develop a sense of responsibility and respect for themselves and others.
Volunteer and Special Activities Coordinator