Providing Community Services and Resources
Hurt, Help, Heal, Hope IV-H Home Retreat Center, Inc. is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit organization that provides a vital community-based resource service center facility that is responsive to the needs of the children, youth, families and elderly citizens of the various communities served. The Organization’s mission is to is to empower, to guide, to foster, and to support hurting, helpless and hopeless children, youth and families from low to moderate income levels to achieve a better life and future. We provide basic needs assistance and individualized and group resources and referral services in a compassionate, caring and confidential manner through the programs offer throughout the year at the Center.
Hurt, Help, Heal, Hope(IV-H Home Retreat Center), Inc. has been serving as the primary social services agency in rural East Baton Rouge Parish area since 2007. Our primary focus is to provide basic needs assistance, individualized and group resources and referral services to needy children, youth, families and the elderly. Basic needs assistance, individualized and group resources can include the provision of afterschool and weekend tutoring, homework and special classroom subject project assignment help; holiday, weekend and summer camps, special classroom subject project assignment help; holiday, weekend and summer Camps, food from our on-site food pantry, assistance with school uniforms and supplies.
In addition, we also provide program assistance to help our clients move toward greater self-sufficiency, including providing either individualized or group personal development programs that teach skills such as computer training for beginners, volunteer community service training, GED preparation assistance, financial planning, health and nutrition education, fitness training, legal resource assistance, community gardening, organizational development and career development seminars.
IV-H Home Retreat Center, Inc., is here to empower, guide, foster, and support children, youth, and families from low-moderate income levels.
Founded in 2006 and located in rural East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Hurt, Help, Heal, Hope IV-H Home Retreat Center, Inc. serves, as a children, youth and family community resources and services center. The center offers programs and services ranging from holiday and summer camps, tutoring, mentoring, homework and classroom projects support, clothing closet, seminars, GED support, Home Depot Community Garden among other children, youth and family needs. The Center operates in program and business segments to include Holiday and Summer Camps, Tutoring, Mentoring, Homework and Class Subject Projects, Community Service Support, Community Garden, Healthy Choices Healthcare Support, Problem Solving & Solutions, Banking, Budget and Financial Training, and Home Retreat Center Support through Volunteerism and Sponsorship Support training. The Center also provides other non-profits the opportunity to partner for special events and programs involving the areas of education, healthcare, business, consumer financing, etc. It has presence in other South Louisiana parish areas, East Baton Rouge, New Orleans, New Iberia, Lafayette, Livingston and West Baton. According to the company's current Annual Report government filing it remains in good standing as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and has a Board of Directors made up of 15 professional community leaders from the areas business, education, law, religion, healthcare and social services. In addition, there is a dedicated community volunteer base of more than 25 individuals.
The Current 2013-2014 business funding sources include the following:
DEEP SOUTH CRANE &
DOW PROMISE GRANT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
•To monitor and change the “ABC’s” of good character building – Attitudes, Behaviors, and Choices and bridge gaps in communication, human relations and interpersonal skills.
•To help youth make better choices, develop better conflict
The mission of Hurt, Help, Heal, Hope IV-H Home Retreat Center, Inc., is to empower, to guide, to foster, and to support hurting, helpless and hopeless children, youth and families from low to moderate income levels to achieve a better life and future.