Ahead of Nicholas, UL launched a beta version of a river stage forecasting model.
Coordination and public resources have fueled a scaled-up approach in Colorado Springs, a city on the radar of those working on the issue Lafayette.
Catholic Charities has joined six other local housing organizations in asking Lafayette Consolidated Government for a more permanent solution to homelessness — $6.5 million to purchase an out-of-use hotel that would be retrofitted into a permanent, low-barrier, non-congregate shelter.
Readers want to see ARPA funds go toward keeping the city afloat (literally) and its residents housed.
Language and access, not resistance, are big barriers to vaccines for Lafayette’s Latinos. ACLA’s solution is simple: knock on the door.
Alicia Moten went into Accelerate Northside with an idea and came out with a business, Essence of Aja, that could build wealth and opportunity for her and her child.
Communities across the country are grappling with how to spend their piece of the American Recovery Plan Act. That’s where you come in.
Join the club: How a Lafayette mother and son turned a lifelong mental health struggle into a haven for others
Clarice Gallegos once feared a call with news that her son was dead on the street. A clubhouse approach saved his life. Now, they’re bringing it to Lafayette.
Pellerin’s family and local activists want Lafayette to adopt a proactive policy for releasing body-worn camera footage.
A state program aims to make COVID-19 vaccinations accessible to residents of southwest Louisiana, where vaccine rates are low and people are displaced.
Using direct, compassionate and accessible language, the Acadiana Black Nurses Association has worked to improve health literacy from the ground up.
Despite new rules that would put the cost burden fully on the federal government, Louisiana’s hotel programs are ending, including the state’s largest in Acadiana.