Lakeview Area Senior Adult Ministry Inc
Rating: 5 stars 2 2 reviews 1,284
Human Services, Seniors
6118 Canal Blvd New Orleans LA 70124 USA
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1 person found this review helpful
I started going to the Lakeview Shepherd Center a little over a year ago. I went to the center to learn how to crochet and I have learned that and much more! I am also on a very limited income and needed assistance with dental care and the center helped me get great dental work through the LSU Dental School. It was almost free and a real gift that I shall not forget. Since having the dental work my health is better and I can spend more time crocheting.
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2 people found this review helpful
The Lakeview Shepherd Center (Lakeview Senior Adult Ministry) is a wonderful nonprofit resource center for seniors. There are daily classes with regular outings to museums and other points of interest. I have learned how to make a quilt, crochet and am now embarking on Brazilian embroidery. I also attend exercise classes that assist in keeping me healthy. I enjoy the friends I have made as well as the classes. This is a wonderful place for all of us who are 55 +. Visit the website at www.lakeviewshepherdcenternola.org to see all the neat stuff you can participate in...you will be glad you did!
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In addition to enjoying my time at the center the Director Ms. Tidy helped me find an affordable place to live. This was above and beyond and my new apartment is close by to the center, beautiful and affordable.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
give them more money to expand their mission to include a housing component for seniors. Just my thought!