Project Celebration, Inc. (PCI) is committed to helping individuals and families enhance their ability to live successfully in the community. Through education, advocacy and collaboration of all available resources, clients will develop the highest capacity for safety, self-reliance, and personal well-being.
Project Celebration offers many community programs such as:
- A Child's Advocacy Center
- Family Resource Center
- The Northwest Family Support Organization
- Taylor House Domestic Violence Shelter
- Sexual Assault Center
- A meeting place for the Anger Management program facilitated by the District Attorney's Office
How You Can Help:
Our agency takes monetary and material donations to better serve our clients. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated and are used to assist families in need, survivors of domestic violence, and survivors of sexual assault.
Project Celebration began as a group of mothers concerned about teenage alcohol abuse and an increasing use of drugs in the 1980's. They addressed the issue by implementing classroom drug education and promoting drug and alcohol-free parties beginning at the fifth grade level continued through High School.
Awareness of the reasons kids use drugs and alcohol forced the group to become involved in the social changes that helped the community shift attitudes. "Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities" and the "Children's Trust Fund" were two initial funders for projects and programs addressing the effect of chemical abuse and family violence.
Project Celebration now has a variety of programs geared toward helping families by providing services and links to services in communities throughout Region 8 in Louisiana.