New Beginnings Safe House - Baton Rouge, LA

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1270 Laurel Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
: 225-448-1528

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Description: Lean on Me, Inc. is a non-profit that provides transitional housing for homeless females. New Beginnings Safe House - is a place where women 18 and older can live in a safe and clean environment. We have 10 beds for single women and two family rooms.

Volunteers Requests by New Beginnings Safe House : We are currently seeking volunteers to work one-on-one with each cient in regards to savings, budgeting and goals.

Donation Requests by New Beginnings Safe House : We are currently seeking donations such as blankets, towels, sheets, food, and cleaning supplies. We also accept monetary charitable donations that could provide your business with tax breaks.

For more information, feel free to contact our office at (225) 448-1528. Please make all monetary donations in a check or money order payable to Lean on Me, Inc. and mail to P.O. Box 65334, Baton Rouge, LA 70896

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