Community Commitment

 

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Commitment Volunteers
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NOPD sharing their knowledge and working as� community liaisons
Honorary Community Partners sharing their hopes and dreams for the Carrollton area.
Computer Class 2
James Gray II, Becoming a Community Partner.
Thunder Mountain Child Development Center

Word of the Day

Each day words will appear on the Community Commitment Education Center's website; its meaning defined by Nicole L Bouie.  The definition of words are meant to inspire positive change within self and the community in which we live.

    Community Commitment Education Center's News, March 2019

 
What's Happening in Carrollton!
The Carrollton United Community Meeting begins at 6:00 p.m. Thursday, April 4, 2019
Carrollton Riverbend Neighborhood Association community meeting begins at 6:00 p.m. Thursday April 11, 2019.
Commodity Food Boxes- Monday, April 1, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. until 12:30. Any senior 60 and over can register to receive a food box. Persons must have a financial need and provide proof of income and live within Orleans Parish


Community Commitment's Word of the Day, March 18, 2019
Thoughts-Words of the mind that either hurt or help. For the child in school, they help with the choice to be creative or crafty. For the adult struggling through everyday life, they assist with personal harmony and mental health. To stay positive we must have clear goals in life, surround yourself with unselfish people who have your best interest at heart, and most importantly; you must have faith in god or your higher power. Thoughts are defined as The Gateway to Your Healthy Reality. NLB


Donate to the Community Commitment Education Center your support helps to strengthen a community. All donations will be used to promote and fund daily programs within the center. Press the donate button on the left of this screen or visit us at 8540 Spruce St. to make a donation. For a tax deductible donation make your payments to the Evening Star Missionary Baptist Church for Community Commitment (put Community Commitment in the memo) and mail it to 8540 Spruce St. New Orleans, La. 70118. We ask all persons interested in volunteering please contact us at 504-638-0044. Thank you, CCEC.

Our Mission

The Community Commitment Education Center was founded on the premise of one neighbor helping another. Our primary goal is to connect the people of our community with the available resources.  Community Commitment strives to serve the community through the development of: 

        * Community Advocacy
        * Improved Communication Skills for Adults and the Elderly
        * Social Skills Training for Adolescents and Young Adults
        * Emergency Assistance to Families in Need 

Community Advocacy - Once a client has requested our assistance with the preparation of documents or identifies a need for advocacy, a representative from the Community Commitment agency will work with the client to insure that his or her rights are identified and protected.

Improved Communication - Adult clients that may have problems with literacy or basic computer skills may receive tutoring on a weekly basis through small group or individualized instruction.

Social Skills Training - Training will be offered to school age youth and young adults looking for tools to improve their behavior and reduce their negative response to anger and life stressors.

Emergency Assistance - Financial assistance may be given to our low income clients who are in need of housing placement, the prevention of an eviction, or the disconnection of their home utility services.

Word of the Day - Each day a different word will appear on the Community Commitment website; its meaning defined by Nicole L Bouie. The definitions are intended to inspire positive change in the lives of our clients and those who view the website.
 www.communitycommitment.net

Nicole L. Bouie, LMSW
Executive Director

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Community Partners

Kevin Crandle - Florist Shimeka's Tax Service
Kay Danne - Owner Holmes One Stop- Breakfast & Lunch
Kathy Wendling, RAI Ministries Bernard Joseph Jr., Razor Sharp Barber Shop
Rev Norwood Thompson PhD, Southern Christian Leadership Confrence LINC, NOLA
Beverly Collins, Century 21 Ed Womac and Associates
Esplanade Pharmacy Legendary Cakes and Pastries

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