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Resources for Counseling and Support Living Well, Despite the Challenges. A project of Southern University at New Orleans Universities Rebuilding America Partnerships U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development George Amedee, Ph.D., Project Director

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A project of southern university at new orleans universities rebuilding america partnerships

Resources for

Counseling and Support

Living Well, Despite the Challenges

  • A project of

  • Southern University at New Orleans

  • Universities Rebuilding America Partnerships

  • U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development

  • George Amedee, Ph.D., Project Director

  • Stephanie Jordan, Project Coordinator

  • Authors:

  • Julianna Padgett, Ph.D., LCSW

  • Harry Doughty, MSW


  • Resources
    Resources

    New Orleans Adolescent Hospital and Community Services. 210 State Street, New Orleans, La.

    • For psychiatric hospitalization for children and adolescents ages 7-17 PH. (504) 897-3400

    • For outpatient mental health clinics: Central City Mental Health Clinic, 210 State Street, PH. (504) 897-3400,

    • 9:30am – 6 pm and Algiers Behavioral Health Clinic, 4424 General Meyer Avenue, PH. (504)434-8965, 8am-4:30pm.

    • For seriously disturbed adults, call the NOAH’s Single Point of Entry process which prioritizes available hospital beds,

      PH. (504)599-0247.

    • For after hours assistance, call COPELINE, PH. (504)523-2674.


    A project of southern university at new orleans universities rebuilding america partnerships

    Resources, cont’d

    Louisiana Spirit Hurricane Resources provides individual and group crisis counseling through provider organizations. Call 800-273-TALK

    • Catholic Charities in Orleans, St. Bernard and Plaquemines Parish, 866-891-2210

    • Volunteers of America in St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Livingston, St. Helena and Washington Parishes, 985-674-0488

    • Options for Independence in Jefferson, St. Charles, St. James, St. John the Baptist, Assumption, Lafourche, St. Mary and Terrebonne Parishes. 800-273-TALK.


    A project of southern university at new orleans universities rebuilding america partnerships

    Resources, cont’d.

    Family Service of Greater New Orleans offers counseling to individuals and families at six locations:

    • 2525 Canal Street, NOLA, 504-822-0800

    • 201 Evans Road, Harahan, La. 504-733-4031

    • 1799 Stumpf Blvd. Gretna, La. 504- 361-0926

    • 317 N. Jefferson, Covington, La. 985-641-1025

    • 3002 Jean Lafitte Pkwy., Chalmette, La.

      504-271-3781

    • 1377 Lindberg Street, Slidell, La., 985-641-7185


    A project of southern university at new orleans universities rebuilding america partnerships

    Resources, cont’d

    The Center for Family and Youth, 13101 River Road, Luling, La. offers counseling and educational services on a sliding fee schedule. Visit www.centerhope

    or call 985-331-1999.

    The T.E.C. Counseling and Training Center at Our Lady of Holy Cross College, 4123 Woodland Drive, offers counseling services Monday – Thursday, 11am – 8pm.

    504-398-2168.

    National Suicide Prevention Hotline800-273-8255.

    American Red CrossAccess to Care provides long term recovery support to hurricane victims, 866-794-HOPE or www.a2care.org


    A project of southern university at new orleans universities rebuilding america partnerships


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