Hands Anonymous Project


Virtual-Basic Financial Education Program helps people prevent homelessness and achieve financial security through case management, education, and emergency financial assistance. In addition, the program is a bridge between families and other organizations that provide financial assistance, including utilities, rental expenses, and mortgage payments.




  • Must be a resident of Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, St Bernard, St Tammany, St. Charles, St; John the Baptist, and St. James Parish.

  • Must be experiencing a financial crisis that puts housing at risk

  • Qualifying financial hardship must be recent (within the last 45 days of requesting assistance)

  • The client must be at a point where up to 12 months of case management and limited financial assistance will suffice to stabilize housing and build self-sufficiency skills

  • Must gather all documentation required to determine eligibility before enrolling as an applicant in the program

  • Financial assistance is dependent on the creation of and adherence to a collaborative plan for obtaining financial stability

  • Financial assistance will vary from one individual/household to another and is not guaranteed.  



Traveling to one of our office locations for financial education is often not convenient for distance, traffic, and work schedule. However, current technology can connect our team with clients no matter where they live. We had one thing in mind when considering this new service, increasing access to provide financial education for the many individuals who are currently unable to access services due to distance or cost.


  1. ​Call Hands Anonymous Project to schedule an appointment. You will be prompted to leave a message, and a case manager will return your call within five business days.

  2. Complete Hands Anonymous Project intake process

  3. Bring or submit required documentation with you to your scheduled appointment. 

  4. Submit completed application and required documentation 

  5. An intake specialist will review your application and provide information about your eligibility for the program

  6. If documentation is missing or additional information is needed, you will be asked to bring or submit additional documentation 



  • Last 30 days proof of gross income for ALL adults household members (pay stubs, Social Security card, SSI awards letter for the current year, unemployment, works comp, etc.)

  • Proof of child support payments, if applicable.

  • At least one government-issued identification for All adult household members (driver's license, military ID, state ID, passport, etc.) 

  • Proof of Residency (lease agreement or utility bill)

  • Proof of qualifying financial hardship






Hands Anonymous Project offers a four-part curriculum of Basic Financial Skills to help Individuals and families better their financial future.

Contents: Budgeting, Understanding Credit Reports & Scores, Dealing with Debt, Opening a Bank Account, Protecting your Identity. Starting your Financial Freedom

LOCATION:8825 W Judge Perez Dr. Chalmette, LA 70043 Suite B

Please RSVP by email or call at 512-220-7629

All participants will receive a certificate upon completion of the training 

The Board of Immigration Appeals authorizes qualified individuals to provide legal advice and services regarding immigration. Only attorneys and BIA accredited representatives are qualified to give your immigration advice. Please only seek assistance from an attorney or BIA accredited representative. Do not accept help from "notaries" or other unqualified individuals. 

Chalmette LA Main Office

8825 W Judge Perez Dr. Ste B

call at 512-220-7629

Chalmette, LA 70043