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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Counseling and Support
Living Well, Despite the Challenges
New Orleans Adolescent Hospital and Community Services. 210 State Street, New Orleans, La.
Louisiana Spirit Hurricane Resources provides individual and group crisis counseling through provider organizations. Call 800-273-TALK
Family Service of Greater New Orleans offers counseling to individuals and families at six locations:
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.
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