Livingston Council On Aging - Enhancing Lives, Community Stewardship
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Livingston Council on Aging has been providing services and aid to the senior citizens of Livingston Parish since 1973.  In that time, we have grown to five meal sites throughout the parish to better serve the growing population.  Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.  We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.


Just wanted to let everyone know that everything is going great after the scare we had today at the Denham Springs Senior center. The electrical problem has been fixed and we will resume transportation to the Senior center as normal tomorrow (11/12/15). We are very sorry for any inconvience this may have caused but it was something that was out of our control. I have to say that I am very proud of my staff and seniors for the calm and orderly way everything was handled today when we were evacuating the seniors from the building and getting them ready for the trip home. This is why the Fire Drills that we do every month is very important. The safety of our seniors and our staff is our main concern. I would also like to thank the Mayor Gerard Landry, the fire dept. and the police department for their speedy arrival and concern for our seniors today. We really appreciate your help and everything you do for our Seniors.

Leila Faucheux
Executive Director


You may contact us at:
949 Government Dr.
Denham Springs, LA 70726
Office: 225-664-9343 
Fax: 225-664-9344
Transportation:  225-664-0346
Office Hours:
Mon - Thurs.    7:30AM - 4:30PM
Fri.   7:30AM - 1:30PM 
Sat. & Sun:   Closed
Executive Director:  Leila Faucheux
Asst. Director:  Melane Kay Granger
Transportation:  Shannon Plaia
Nutrition:  Rosalinda Swayzer

Recreation:  Ruth Goodwin
You may also visit us on FACEBOOK at:
We would greatly appreciate any and all donations that will help us help the seniors in our Parish!!
If anyone would like to donate some beads, cups, stuffed animals or candy to the Council on Aging we would greatly appreciate it. Or if you or someone you know has alot of beads they want to get rid of we would love to come and pick them up and take them off of your hands. We will be in the Mardi Gras Parade in Walker on Feb. 10th and other parades during the year. You can call (225)664-9343 and ask for Leila Faucheux.
Mission Statement
The mission of the Livingston Council on Aging is to enhance the quality of life of senior citizens in Livingston Parish so that they can live independently as long as possible in the manner in which they choose.
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