The Change Starts With You and Me

Make A Difference In Your Veterans Community Today

Our organization was brought together by several retired and disabled veterans in our community. Seeing the need to reach out a hand to their fellow veterans and soldiers, with a goal of putting veteran homelessness and suicide to an end.

Project 4 Hope is a Tiny House Village Transitional Program for Veterans and their families. We will offer life skills, cooking and family management classes. As well as, job placement, counseling programs, housing assistance and budget management. Our staff and volunteers will work closely with other veterans organizations to get the help and support our veterans need. They will work with them for 6 months and up to 24 months, to make sure they have the tools necessary to transition out of the program.

Our 7.5 acres will have several small cabin like homes for our veterans to be housed. The program will serve men and women as well as families. A large community center will welcome them to gather, have meals and entertainment as well as their counseling and classes.

The grounds will also offer a community garden, exercise course, disc golf course and fishing pond.

Long term goal is to offer permanent housing for our older veterans who may be on a fixed income and need an affordable place to call home.

We can't do this alone we need your help!
We are also Pet Friendly!!

Our Volunteer Board Members
Steve Lindsley, Founder
Doug Leavitt, BP

Tim Sloan
David Chelette
Rickey Robertson, Fundraising Chair
Sandra Jones, Volunteer Director & Project Manager 

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  1. 11% of the homeless adult population are veterans.
  2. 20% of the male homeless population are veterans.
  3. 32% reside in suburban / rural areas
  4.  51% of homeless veterans have some kind of disability
  5. 50% have serious mental illness
  6. 70% have substance abuse
2020 Veteran Suicide Rate
From April to June 2020, the military recorded 128 deaths by suicide, up from 115 during that period in 2019. That represented an 11.3% increase. And in the third quarter of last year, 154 service members lost their lives to suicide, up about 22% from 126 the previous year.

COVID was very hard on most of our veterans who already feel alone. We need to reach out in their time of need and let them know they are not alone and we are here to help!
You must be a veteran and military ID DD214
You must be clean of alcohol and drugs
You must be considered homeless or at risk of being homeless
You must be willing to work the program, and if you have an alcohol or drug addiction you will have to go to a rehab, for at least 3 months before entering P4H program

We serve both men & women with or without families.
We will do everything in our power to help you! We will treat you with dignity and respect.
What we expect in return is for you to do the same. We are here to serve and help you get back on your feet and move forward.
We ask that you work hard, listen and let us help you!


Donation Amount

Huge Thanks to Nick & Jennifer Van for their support of our Veterans

A Night at the RoadHouse

Come join us for a great night of fun and fundraising at Texas Roadhouse West Monroe. Come with flyer in hand for Dine to Donate, TRHWM will donate 10% of your meal receipt to Project 4 Hope! Bid on your favorite Silent Auction Item, Buy some P4H swag, Get a Raffle Ticket for Half a Beef and just enjoy a good time raising money for our Veterans Community!!

  • Date: 2/22/2023 03:00 PM - 2/22/2023 10:00 PM
  • Location: 108 Basic Drive, West Monroe, LA, USA (Map)
  • More Info: Texas Roadhouse West Monroe

  • 129 T Riggs Rd, Arcadia, LA, USA
  • Mailing Address: Project 4 Hope 3720 Hwy 557 West Monroe La 71292

Please contact us with any questions. We are a 501c3 and all donations are tax deductible.