Reported by: KPLC Staff
More help is on the way for homeowners still dealing with the Road Home Program.
Get your pen and paper.
The Road Home Program is hosting an informational session in Lake Charles.
It takes place tomorrow at Central School on Kirby Street.
It begins at 6 p.m and ends at 8 p.m.
Road Home team members will be on-site to offer homeowners one-on-one consultations to learn more about their application status and to answer any questions.
Participants should be sure to bring their Application ID numbers and Photo ID's.
For more information about the Road Home Program, call 1-888-ROAD-2-LA, or visit their website, www.ROAD2LA.org.
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