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Welcome To The Network

The Louisiana Supported Living Network is a state-wide association, representing more than 300 private community providers. Combined we support more than 20,000 older adults and people with disabilities.

Nursing Home Photo

Four nursing home residents died in Tangipahoa Parish at a mass shelter where about 800 residents were reportedly packed into a warehouse for Hurricane Ida. Efforts to evacuate them by ambulance and other vehicles are underway in Independence, Louisiana on Thursday, September 2, 2021. (Photo by Chris Granger | The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate) ORG XMIT: BAT2109021548340494 ORG XMIT: BAT2109021749430581

STAFF PHOTO BY CHRIS GRANGER ( click link below for full story)

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Upcoming Events

Membership Meeting



Supervisory Training


[The Advocate]
Letters: State collusion with industry is the real nursing home scandal

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2022 Membership Form

How The Network works for you 


  • To support older adults and people with disabilities in enjoying  life conditions and opportunities at least as good as those of respected citizens.

  • To support inclusion and personal community memberships.

  • To build a capable and stable workforce.

Who We Are 


The Louisiana Supported Living Network was organized in 1998 



The Network organizes Quarterly Membership Meetings which feature state and national level officials. The Network annually presents four full-day training workshops to member agencies on best practices in support design and management. 


Information and Training
Quarterly Meetings
Training Workshops
Monthly Telephone Chats


Legislative and System Advocacy
Rate Increase Campaign
Medicaid Expansion
Wage and Hour Info and Advocacy
Medication Admin Policy
Licensing and Regulatory Policy
Managed Long Term Care

Always Available Consultation

Home and Community-Based Service Providers Licensing Standards Link

Network Partners




DoJ Campaign to Expand Services


The Network is working closely with the federal Department of Justice to promote litigation vs the State re the illegal confinement of 4000 people with severe mental illness in nursing facilities. DoJ is demanding community support and services for all 4000 people. This will represent minimally a $2.5 billion expansion of in-home support.


Click the link below to find your Legislator

Please check LaSRS  alerts for updates

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