Welcome to Options Foundation

Options Foundation Inc. is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization dedicated to providing quality, affordable housing options for mentally ill adults. Options Foundation was organized in 1994 opening their first HUD Independent Living Project in 1999, offering 20 two-bedroom apartments serving forty individuals. Options further expanded and currently serves over 100 mentally ill adults.

The variety of housing options include Louisiana State licensed group homes and multiple independent living facilities with supportive services.

Our Mission

Options Foundation's mission

Options Foundation is a non-profit agency that specializes in providing housing for homeless, mentally ill adults.

The primary mission of Options Foundation is to provide quality housing for persons with severe, chronic mental illness. We provide a caring atmosphere that enables our residents to build a life in a safe environment that stresses independence, responsibility and self-sufficiency within the community.

If you would like to help support our mission, and continue to improve Baton Rouge and its surrounding areas by donating, please Read more.

Housing Application

Our facilities serve homeless males and females needing room, board, personal care and supervision due to their mental disorder and who desire training in basic life skills to become self- sufficient. Options Foundation offers independent, with some supportive services. Residents are able to share an apartment with individual rooms. Our facility has Residents that have successfuly lived independently since our opening in 1998. Our environment supports healthy management of Mental Health Systems within the community.

In order to apply for admission, please fill out the Housing application. Read more about options foundation

Latest News & Events | October 2019

9 Super-Helpful Ways to Take Care of Your Mental Health While Traveling

When Meredith R., 28, prepared to go on her meticulously planned vacation to Paris, she wasn’t thinking too much about her mental health. In fact, she kind of hoped her depression and anxiety would take a vacation of their own while she was living out a lifelong dream.

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