$1465 in one day for the girls of Hooper Dorm! For all of you that liked and shared our post and contributed to our success, we thank you. For those that donated, we cannot possibly express to you the opportunities that you have helped to provide for the girls in our care-thank you!!!! Thanks to […]
It takes a village! Options for Independence- Hopper Dorm can’t say thank you enough To Victory Church of Houma who had numerous volunteers come out to help clean up around our dorm building and do general maintenance work. Also, a special thank you to Adam Dupuy who made these beautiful desk/vanities that are now in […]
A big shout out to Danos and the Danos Foundation who awarded our group home, Hooper Dorm, a generator. This donation will assist greatly with getting our residents home after a storm. Thank you!!!
OFI Open House-Thursday, December 14,2017
CARF Accreditation Survey-Monday, December 11 and Tuesday December 12,2017
Meet our child psychiatrist, Dr Thakur. Akanksha Thakur, MD is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Tulane University School of Medicine. After completing medical school at Tulane University School of Medicine in 2010, she trained in general psychiatry at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. She then returned to New Orleans where […]
USI Gives Back came today and cooked an amazing meal enjoyed by agency staff. Thanks USI! Jamie Gaspard, Ashley McKey Callahan, Angela Cangelosi Hebert and 17 others like this.
A great big thanks to the South Central Louisiana Human Services authority, executive director Lisa Schilling and staff for the donation of two boxes of composition notebooks to the girls of Hooper Dorm. We appreciate the support!
We were blessed to have Mary Benson from Cause of Carsyn with us today dropping off gift cards for the youth on campus to school shop with. Thank you, Mary, for all your hard work on this effort and to everyone who gave to this cause.
Special thanks to Ed and Amie Bice for their generous donation of 10 pairs of running shoes for the girls of Hooper Dorm!
Originally published in The Houma Times on July 26, 2017, by John DeSantis. Housing the homeless, feeding the hungry and aiding people with mental and physical obstacles to success are for most people miracles beyond reach.For Barry Chauvin and the staff at Options for Independence, it’s all in a day’s work – or a lifetime’s worth […]