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Magnolia Community Servicesimage

Founded in 1935, Magnolia Community Services provides support to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. moreThey offer support and services in twenty group homes throughout Louisiana, supported community living, vocational/day habilitation and wellness programs, and supported employment. less

Family Service of Greater New Orleansimage

Begun in 1896 as the Charity Organization Society, Family Service of Greater New Orleans offers a vast array of innovative programs to more than 17,000 families and children. more Schooling to help troubled children; Providing counseling for young mothers, those caught in a web of substance abuse, worried job seekers, former prisoners, single parents and troubled veterans; and by assisting employers in offering counseling services to their work force.Family Service of Greater New Orleans provides caring, confidential counseling for addictions, critical incident stress, child abuse, sexual abuse and anger management. less

Children’s Bureauimage

The Children’s Bureau of New Orleans promotes growth and resilience through prevention, advocacy, education and intervention in 1892. moreOur mission is to improve the quality of life for children and families in greater New Orleans through valid and proven programs that enhance and strengthen mental health and wellness. less

New Orleans Family Justice Centerimage

New Orleans Family Justice Center is a partnership of agencies dedicated to ending family violence, child abuse, sexual assault, and stalking through prevention and coordinated response by providing comprehensive client-centered, empowerment services in a single location. moreThewhere we all work y work to meet the needs of family violence, child abuse, sexual assault, and stalking survivors through comprehensive and accessible services, education and perpetrator-accountability. less

New Orleans Children’s Advocacy Center (NOCAC)image

The Children’s Advocacy is a child friendly place that provides a coordinated, multi-agency approach to the investigation and treatment of child sexual and physical abuse. moreThe NOCAC is a 501(c)3 non-profit program of Children’s Hospital New Orleans dedicated to serving victims of child physical and sexual abuse and ending child abuse in our community.NOCAC is co-located within the Audrey Hepburn CARE Center in a cottage adjacent to Audubon Park. less

Milestones Mental Health Agencyimage

Milestones Mental Health Agency, located in Uptown New Orleans, is a mental health rehabilitation agency for children and adolescents with severe emotional/ behavioral disorders. moreMilestones’s “Behavioral Health: Children and Adolescents Program” is accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities).Through this program, counselors and social workers from Milestones work with children at home and in school to provide personalized counseling and skills training, as well as offering parenting and family therapy.

Additional Milestones resources include a psychiatrist for medication management, and trained staff who are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for crisis services.For more information, visit the website or phone Milestones Mental Health Agency at 504.269.0234. less

New Orleans Children’s Health Project: Free Pediatric and Children's Mental Health Careimage

NOCHP has a dedicated team of specialty trained pediatric and mental health care providers that work to provide compassionate and comprehensive care to underserved communities in the Greater New Orleans area. moreThis program currently provides free mental health care including child psychiatry, social services including insurance enrollment, shelter/food assistance, health education, and direct medical care with after hours care and an On-Call pediatrician 24/7.

The mobile unit serves the Lower 9th Ward, Gentilly, Mid City, and Chalmette.Click the link for locations and schedules.Call (504) 988.0545 for more information. less

A River of Hope Mental Health Resource Centerimage

The Center, located in the Lower 9th Ward, offers free counseling, referral and support services to anyone in need. moreHours are Wednesdays from 8:30am-5:30pm, Thursdays from 1pm-9pm, Fridays from 9am-9pm, and Saturdays from 8:30am-5pm.The Center is located at the corner of North Claiborne and Alvar, across the street from the New Salem Baptist Church and located in the Community Resource Center building.,1600 Alvar Street.Call (504) 943-0207 for more information. less

Case Management for St. Bernard Residentsimage

BlueStone Ministries offers case management services and counseling to St&#46 Bernard residents. moreBlueStone Ministries points individuals and families to specific resources available for recovery, and helps answer questions regarding options and services that meet individuals’ needs.BlueStone Ministries also offers pastoral and crisis counseling to evaluate emotional and spiritual well-being.Services provided by BlueStone Ministries are available at the Community Center of St Bernard, 1107 LeBeau Arabi, on Thursdays from 10AM – 1 PM.All services are free and no appointment is needed.For more information call 504-473-7092less

Responsibility Houseimage

Responsibility House provides treatment, support, and counseling to dedicated families and individuals who struggle with substance abuse, homelessness, mental illness, and/or HIV/AIDS. morePrograms include a Social Detoxification Program (a short-term starting point for long-term treatment and recovery), a Residential Treatment Program (a 12-step program for men only), and a Supportive Housing Program (providing safe and decent housing with supportive services to families and individuals who are chronically homeless and also suffer from substance abuse, mental illness, HIV/AIDS, and/or other disabilities).Find out more about each program on the website or call 504-366-6217. less

Catholic Charities Mental Health Servicesimage

Catholic Charities offers a wide range of mental health services for children, adults, and families including individual counseling sessions, substance abuse treatment, and housing options for persons with chronic mental illness. moreVisit the website for more information or call Catholic Charities at (504) 523-3755. less

Mental Health Services at Covenant Houseimage

Covenant House in New Orleans offers low- to no-cost mental health services for youth and families&#46 For more information and an appointment, call (504) 584-1111.

Odyssey House Case Managementimage

Odyssey House is providing case management services for hurricane affected residents of Orleans parish. moreCurrently, there is a waiting list.Please contact them between the hours of 9am-5pm M-F at (504) 270-7155less

Project Lastimage

Project Last, a program offered by the Children’s Bureau, offers specialized Grief and Trauma Group and Individual Counseling to school aged children affected by trauma, loss, or disaster. moreProject Last has been shown to be very effective in reducing symptoms in children who are in crisis due to trauma and community violence.The program is available to Orleans and Jefferson Parish children ages infant to 17 and their families who are survivors of traumatic events, witnesses to acts of extreme violence, or victims of violence.For more information call 504-525-2366less

Louisiana Spirit Free Crisis Counselingimage

Individuals in need of crisis counseling can call Louisiana Spirit toll-free at 1-866-310-7977moreCallers can expect to speak with counselors who will then make appropriate referrals for counseling and other services. less

Mental Health Linksimage

List of links to mental health resources from the Department of Health and Hospitals