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12292 Jackson Rd.

St. Francisville, LA 70775

(225) 635-0063  • Fax (225) 635-0095

Joyce Mullen, Contact Person


12221 Jackson St., Clinton, LA 70722

(225) 683-3308 • Fax (225) 683-3608

Linda Lee, Contact Person

Quad Area Clinton Head Start

3585 Hwy 63, Clinton, LA 70722

(225) 683-4234 • Fax (225) 683-3046

Monica Griffin, Administrator

Sharlene Bonds, Director Designee

Quad Area Jackson Head Start

3531 Cottage St., Jackson, LA 70748

(225) 634-2813 • Fax (225) 634-3026

Monica Griffin, Center Director


369 Sitman Street, Greensburg, LA 70441

(225) 222-6100 • Fax (225) 222-6124

Grace Callahan, Contact Person


45300 N. Baptist Rd., Hammond, LA 70401

(225) 567-2350   Fax (225) 567-2630

Naomi Hayden, Contact Person

302 Avenue F, Kentwood, LA 70444

(985) 229-6229 Monday and Friday

Debbie Butler, Contact Person


1134 Bene St., Suite 3, Franklinton, LA 70438

(985) 795-9088 • Fax (985) 795-9089

Kim Causey, Contact Person


717 East Ascension, Ste. E, Gonzales, LA 70737

(225) 644-8532 • Fax (225) 644-0109

Christy Lewis, Contact Person


20140 Iowa St., Livingston, LA 70726

(225) 686-3811 • Fax (255) 686-3812

Jackie Jones, Contact Person


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Waging war on poverty by helping people, changing lives and having fun at the same time.


A better tomorrow for all...


Community Action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.


To honor all people especially the vulnerable and weak. To empower the poor to take control of their own lives. To take action in elimination poverty to be mindful of the plight of the impoverished.

Quad Area History

•  Established in 1976 under the guidelines of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964. 

•  Our initiative changed our focus of not only providing services to our customers, but  

    through education and job training, helping them to become self-sufficient. 

•  Began with services to 4 parishes and increased to a 7 parish area.

•  Started as an advocacy for the poor and developed services by offering 12 programs at 11

    different sites. 

•  Implementation ROMA (Results Oriented Management and Accountability) in 1999 and

    Migrant housing as well as housing needs for our customers. 

•  Annual budget has grown from 17 cents to now over $9,000,000 and employment of local  

   people has grown from 3 to 100 with 300 part-time Foster Grandparents and


• Customer base has grown from 1,000 to now over 100,000 annually.

Wallace Sibley, Executive Director

Wallace Sibley earned an Associate's Degree in Biblical Studies in 1994 from the Gulf States Bible College in Baton Rouge after general studies at Southeastern Louisiana University. Beginning in 1995, he served as associate pastor for 10 years at Harvest World Outreach Ministries where he gained invaluable experience in leadership, counseling, growth strategy and quality control

In 2003, Wallace accepted the role of Job Developer for Quad Area CAA, Inc. The position required him to network with businesses and vocational schools in order to create new job and training opportunities for low-income people.

Wallace became the Executive Director of Quad Area CAA, Inc. in November of 2006. All of his previous training and experience have equipped him to direct one of the most successful Community Action Agencies in the country. He coordinates the work of the Board, Staff, and Programs of the Agency, shapes and directs the overall strategy, and provides the necessary leadership to facilitate the staff in their work.

Winnie Sibley, Executive Director, 1980 - 2006

Winnie St. Amant Sibley was the mother of six children, all of whom are involved in community service. She earned a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education and Social Studies from Southeastern Louisiana University and a Master's Degree in both Psychology and Guidance and Counseling from Louisiana State University. Mrs. Sibley had also gained her certification as a Community Action Professional.

After retiring from a teaching career of 30 years, Mrs. Sibley started as the weatherization supervisor. Her first year, she

won an award for doing the best job in the state of Louisiana in this program. In 1980, she became the Executive Director of of Quad Area CAA, Inc. Under her leadership, the agency's working budget increased from 17 cents a year to now over $7,000,000 annually.

Being an educator, Mrs. Sibley naturally took the point of view that fighting illiteracy needed strategy in our community. The literacy program was born, as well as the Head Start program. She led the re-organization of Quad Area CAA to implement ROMA (Results Oriented Management and Accountability) in 1999... the first community service organization to do so.

Mrs. Sibley was a nationally recognized ROMA trainer who served on the National Head Start Task Committee, won commendations form the Governor for outstanding community service, and served as Vice-President of the Louisiana Association of Community Service Organizations. Under the leadership of Mrs. Sibley, Quad Area Community Action Agency, Inc. grew in stature, ready to face the many challenges of the 21st century.

Quad Area Administrative Team:

• Tatyana Cressionnie, Fiscal Officer

• Nan Miller, Human Resource Manager

• Wallace Sibley, Executive Director

• Debbie Saik, Administrative Manager