Monsignor Sigur Center
401 St. John Street
337.235.4972 ext. 190
The Msgr. Sigur Center offers resources for individuals and families in financial crisis. We serve both impoverished families and individuals, as well as people experiencing homelessness. Households facing an involuntary situational crisis can apply for financial assistance with utility bills, funeral expenses, and bus fare. The Center helps families keep the lights on, stay housed in their homes, and move back home with re-housing assistance for people experiencing homelessness.
Other services include free legal help through the Lafayette Parish Bar Association’s Volunteer Lawyer Program, street outreach services through partnerships with Volunteers of America and the Veterans Administration, screening for the free community pharmacy,
assistance with applying for food stamps, and referrals to other resources in the community.
If you are interested in donating items to support The Msgr Sigur Center,
contact our Marketing and Volunteer Coordinator, Casey Hollier, at
337.235.4972 ext 120 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Msgr. Sigur Center is supported in part by a PACT United Grant from United Way of Acadiana.