LOUISIANA BASED PRODUCTION COMPANY & 501(C)3 THAT PRODUCES DOCUMENTARY FILMS SPECIALIZING IN VETERAN ISSUES AND HIRING VETERANS FOR FILM PRODUCTIONS.
A VETERAN IS SOMEONE WHO, AT ONE POINT IN THEIR LIFE WROTE A BLANK CHECK MADE PAYABLE TO “THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” FOR AN AMOUNT UP TO AND INCLUDING THEIR LIFE.
OUR VETERANS: PLIGHT OF THE HOMELESS
DID YOU KNOW:
ON ANY GIVEN DAY, THERE ARE ABOUT 400 HOMELESS VETERANS IN LOUISIANA, OF THAT 400, APPROXIMATELY 100 ARE WOMEN. THERE ARE A FEW HOMELESS MALE VETERAN SHELTERS AND ZERO HOMELESS VETERAN SHELTERS IN LOUISIANA. TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE VETERANS AFFAIRS HOMELESS PROGRAM, YOU MUST BE A VETERAN THAT WAS NOT DISCHARGED WITH A DISHONORABLE OR LESS THAN HONORABLE DISCHARGE.
News on Hurricane Ida
Louisiana's parishes feel 'forgotten' in the dark weeks after Hurricane Ida
Residents in Louisiana have begun the long process of recovery following Hurricane Ida, which destroyed or caused major damage for about 8,000 homes statewide. While the city of New Orleans has largely recovered, the coastal parishes of Lafourche and Terrebonne are struggling with prolonged power outages and a growing housing crisis. Community reporter Roby Chavez reports from the ground.
Hurricane Ida: One month later -
A WWL-TV Special Report
WWLTV crews report from across Southeast Louisiana a month after Hurricane Ida made landfall. Here's a look at where recovery stands. Hurricane Ida was nearly a category 5 storm when it made landfall in Southeast Louisiana on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, and like Katrina, Ida's destructive forces were unprecedented, demolishing homes, displacing communities, and destroying infrastructure.