Sonshine House II

Sonshine House II serves low income women and women with children who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and have a disabling condition due to chronic substance abuse or other mental/medical health conditions. The project can also assist women with non-violent criminal histories including felony convictions which limit their access to other public housing opportunities.

One unit is fully accessible to persons with mobility disabilities and has adjacent designated parking. This unit is also designed to meet the needs of tenants with sight and hearing disabilities. The shared living and laundry areas are wheelchair accessible.

Community of Hope

Rays of Sonshine owns 12 rental properties in the Monroe area. They serve low income families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. All tenants are required to work a minimum of 15 hours a week and will participate in giving back to the community through our community service programs. All adult members of the household shall have a give back service plan and provide accountability in accordance with the Giveback Guidelines. Also, each home will be encouraged to have a budget and savings plan. Some of our rental houses and apartments are listed below.


Marie Brown

Community Housing Manager

For more information on housing and how to apply, call 318-323-0502 or 318-381-0028 to schedule an interview with Marie.

Rays of Sonshine Admission

Rays of Sonshine Treatment Program

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