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Southeast Region

 Orleans Parish


        Plaquemine Parish


         St. Bernard Parish




                      Housing For Felons//We consider Tier 1, Tier 2 and  Tier 3  Sex Offenders.
                      Longterm and Short term Living
                      Roommate Housing
                      Veterans Housing Outreach Ministries
                      Phone: (504) 340-3429 and (504) 638-4730
                      Jefferson Parish,  Orleans Parish and Livingston Parish
                       Email: homeless.veterans66@yahoo.com

      Employment Assistance & Training 

                 Goodwill of Southeast Louisiana

                  Ex-Offender Reentry Employment Services

                  3400 Tulane Avenue, Suite 1000, New Orleans, LA

                   504-662-9585 |     Fax: 504.456.2698


          Medical Assistance, Mental Health & Trauma

       Sexual Trauma Awareness & Response

           STAR Greater New Orleans
                 123 N. Genois Street
                  New Orleans, LA 70119

                  24/7 Hotline (855) 435-STAR

         Support Services

Offender Reentry Program | Odyssey House


          Voice of the Experienced (VOTE)

                 2022 St. Bernard Ave.
​                 Suite 307
                 New Orleans, LA 70116



                 To contact staff:   admin@vote-nola.org

          Cornerstone Builders: Prisoner Re-Entry Program



               Innocence Project New Orleans

               Case Review Manager

              4051 Ulloa Street, New Orleans, LA 70119

              In Louisiana and Mississippi, the two states with the highest incarceration rates in the world, Innocence                       Project New Orleans frees innocent prisoners, exposes injustice and prevents wrongful convictions.

              Innocence Project New Orleans (IPNO) is a nonprofit law office that represents innocent prisoners serving life               sentences in Louisiana and Mississippi, and assists them with their transition into the free world upon their r               release. IPNO uses its cases to explain how wrongful convictions happen and what we can all do to prevent t               them. IPNO works with legislators, judges, lawyers, law enforcement and policymakers to protect the                             innocent within the criminal justice system.

             The Project currently only takes cases from Louisiana and south Mississippi. The Project only accepts                               application requests directly from prisoners and only by mail at the address provided. To request an                                 application, a prisoner should contact the Project by mail (no email or telephone).