Louisiana – Orleans Parish

This list is divided into six categories:

  • Emergency Services,
  • General Resources,
  • Children’s Services,
  • Domestic Violence Services,
  • Health Services,
  • Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.

For additional resources, consult the lists for neighboring parishes.


Advanced Air Ambulance
“Advanced Air Ambulance, Corp. is a highly dedicated, experienced and reliable air ambulance company. Advance Air Ambulance is fully licensed and insured; and provides air ambulance services with a large fleet of fixed-wing dedicated air ambulance aircraft that are fully equipped with the state-of-the-art medical equipment and medical staff.”
Phone: (504) 243-1117
Website: http://www.flyambu.com/

Ambulance Service
“A-MED Ambulance Service provides their services to the Greater New Orleans Region, Metairie, New Orleans, Kenner, Jefferson Parish, Orleans Parish, Saint Bernard Parish, and Plaquemines Parish.”
Phone: (504) 362-0262
Website: http://www.amednola.com

Emergency Fire Police
Emergency: 911
Phone: (504) 671-3911
Website: http://911nola.org

Emergency Medical Services
“New Orleans Medical Emergency Services is dedicated to providing the highest quality pre-hospital emergency care to individuals living in and visiting New Orleans.”
Emergency Phone: 911
Non-emergency Phone: (504) 658-2929
Website: http://www.nola.gov/ems/

New Orleans Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness

“The GOHSEP coordinates State Disaster Declarations authorized by the Governor. The GOHSEP staff is poised and ready to serve the people of Louisiana at a moment’s notice.”
Contact Person: Aaron L. Miller Phone: (504) 658-8700
Website: http://www.nola.gov/homeland-security/

Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office
Eastbank Office: Phone: (504) 822-8000
Westbank Office: Phone (504) 826-7045
Website: http://www.opcso.org/

New Orleans Emergency Alert Notification System
“The NOLA Ready Emergency Alert System provides accurate, immediate emergency notifications from the City of New Orleans to your cell, work or home phone, via text, email or voice message. Receive notifications about emergencies that may affect your home, workplace, child’s school, parents’ home, or any other locations within Orleans Parish.”
Website: http://www.nola.gov/ready/alert/

New Orleans Fire Department Headquarters
Phone: (504) 658-4700
Website: http://www.nola.gov/nofd/

New Orleans Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
“The New Orleans Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (NOHSEP) is responsible for disaster planning, response and recovery for the City of New Orleans.”
Phone: (504) 658-8700
Website: http://www.nola.gov/homeland-security/

New Orleans Police Department
“The New Orleans Police Department, under the leadership of Superintendent Ronal W. Serpas, is engaged in a complete transformation in its approach to ensuring that New Orleans is a safe place to live, work and visit.”
Phone: (504) 821-2222
Website: http://www.nola.gov/nopd/


American Red Cross- Southeast Louisiana Chapter
“The Southeast Louisiana Chapter serves Orleans, Jefferson, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles, St. John, Assumption, Lafourche, Terrebonne, St. Mary, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa and Washington Parishes.”
Phone: (504) 620-3105
Website: http://www.redcross.org/la/new-orleans

Arts Council of New Orleans
“The Arts Council works in partnership with the City of New Orleans, community groups, local, state, and national governmental agencies, and other nonprofit arts organizations to meet the arts and cultural needs of the New Orleans community through a diversity of initiatives and services.”
Phone: (504) 523-1465
Website: http://www.artscouncilofneworleans.org/index.php

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans
“Respecting the dignity and potential of each human person, Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans collaborates with the wider community to serve those in need.”
Phone: (504) 523-3755
Website: http://www.ccano.org

Elmwood Fitness Center
“Elmwood Fitness aims to keep the whole family fit. The club also makes the mind-body connection and offers nutrition services, massage and an array of fitness programs.
Phone: (504) 588-1600
Website: http://www.elmwoodfitness.com/Club/Scripts/Home/home.asp

Emergency Assistance Program of Hispanic Apostolate/Catholic Charities
“Assists families and persons in crisis with basic needs, including financial assistance when funds are available, food, welfare and legal referrals, and referrals to other private and public entities.”
Phone: (504) 457-3462
Website: http://www.ccano.org/immigration/

Family Service of Greater New Orleans
“Family Service of Greater New Orleans strengthens the emotional health and fosters the self-sufficiency of families and individuals.”
Phone: (504) 822-0800
Website: http://www.fsgno.org

Feed the Multitude at Holy Faith Temple Baptist Church
“Food bank, meals, computer literacy classes (T, W, Th 10-3). Clients must bring state issued ID, proof of residence & proof of income.”
Phone: 504-525-0856 (church office)

Greater New Orleans Disaster Recovery Partnership
“To support the regions’ long term recovery and work to respond to un-met needs not satisfied by other resources.”
Phone: (504) 708-2880
Website: https://www.giveback.org/cause/4587/GREATER-NEW-ORLEANS- DISASTER-RECOVERY-PARTNERSHIP.aspx

Hope House New Orleans
Hope House provides the following services: Emergency Assistance, Education for Justice, Adult Education, After-School Childcare, Family Transitional Housing Phone: (504) 525-2561
Website: http://www.hopehouseneworleans.org

Habitat for Humanity
Phone: 504-861-2077
Website: http://www.habitat-nola.org/

Hotlines and Helping Lines New Orleans, LA
Website: http://new-orleans.hubbiz.com/hotlines-helping-lines

Just the Right Attitude
JTRA: Just The Right Attitude (JTRA) is a Second Harvest Food Bank partner providing groceries and hot meals to low- and moderate-income residents in the Eastern parts of New Orleans.
Phone: (504) 309-2492
Website: http://www.jtra.org

Kingsley House – Adult and Senior Center
“Activities and recreation for adults and seniors; breakfast, lunch and snacks provided”
Phone: (504) 523-6221
Website: http://www.kingsleyhouse.org

Lighthouse for the Blind
Lighthouse Louisiana is a not for profit organization dedicated to serving the blind and visually impaired community by providing quality products, services, and opportunities for independence. Email at info@lighthouselouisiana.org
Phone: (504) 899- 4501

LSU AgCenter
“The LSU AgCenter has an array of information to help people in their recovery from the multiple problems caused by a hurricane. These problems include the danger of disease from insects, other pests and flood waters as well as illness from contamination by flood waters. Please heed the following advice.”
Website: http://www.lsuagcenter.com/portals/communications/publications/publications_catalog/
disaster information/storm recovery guide/storm-recovery-guide-for-homeowners-natural-hazard

Mary Queen of Viet Nam Community Development Corporation
“Interpreting & Translation services. Medicare/Medicaid/Food Stamp enrollment applications. Small business support. Community & workforce development.
Technical assistance with enrollment in healthcare marketplace.”
Phone: 504-255-9170
Website: http://www.mqvncdc.org

Mennonite Disaster Service
MDS is repairing and rebuilding homes in various areas of New Orleans, including Gentilly, Lower 9th Ward and Upper 9th Ward. MDS partners with organizations such as Catholic Charities, Crescent Alliance Recovery Effort (CARE) and Greater New Orleans Disaster Recovery Partnership (GNODRP).
Phone: (504) 309-9406
Website: http://mds.mennonite.net/projects/completed/new-orleans-la/

New Orleans Community Resource Guide
“This electronic version of the New Orleans Community Resource Guide is the result of a partnership between the Common Ground Health Clinic and VOTE (Voice Of The Ex-offender).”
Phone: (504) 365-8800
Website: http://nolaresourceguide.org/

Blind Services
“Blind Services is a section of Louisiana Rehabilitation Services’ Vocational Rehabilitation Program that provides services to eligible individuals who are blind or visually impaired.”
Phone: (225) 219-2943

New Orleans Transit Authority
“The Regional Transit Authority gets people moving around New Orleans. Our transit services bring hard-working commuters to their jobs, students to their schools, and fun-seekers to entertainment, shopping areas, and restaurants.” Phone: (504) 248-3900
Website: http://www.norta.com/

New Orleans’s Women’s Shelter
“The New Orleans Women’s Shelter’s (NOWS) mission is to enable women and their children to transition from a life of homelessness and poverty to one of stability and self-sufficiency. NOWS provides for families of diverse makeups and is one of the only shelters that accepts women over the age of 25 and accompanied children under the age of nine.”
Phone: (504) 962-NOWS (6697)
Website: http://nolawomenshelter.org

Orleans Parish School Board
Contains links to each school site.
Phone: (504) 304-3520
Website: http://www.opsb.us/schools/

United Way of Southeast Louisiana
“Serving Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa and Washington Parishes.”
Phone: (504) 822-5540
Website: http://www.unitedwaysela.org/our-impact

Volunteers of America of Greater New Orleans
“Volunteers of America of Greater New Orleans has been “touching lives, building community” since the 1890s, when we started helping indigent women and children. Today, we extend a hand up to children, families, seniors and persons with disabilities through a wide array of helping programs in 16 parishes in south Louisiana. Since Hurricane Katrina, Volunteers of America has energized new initiatives to rebuild and help survivors recover.”
Phone: (504) 482-2130
Website: http://www.voagno.org

YMCA of Greater New Orleans
“An after school program dedicated to teaching strong values and healthy living while providing academic enrichment.”
Website: http://www.ymcaneworleans.org

County Office
The most accurate internet database of county government offices in the United States. Use our website to locate you county assessor, board of elections, chamber of commerce, child support offices, colleges, coroners, courts, and much more, with all relevant details.
Website: http://www.countyoffice.org


Arc of Greater New Orleans
“Arc of Greater New Orleans has been an integral part of the New Orleans area community since1953, offering support and critical services to the area’s youngest residents and their families.”
Phone: (504) 897-0134 Family Service Coordination
Phone: (504) 897-4060
Website: http://www.arcgno.org/home

Boys & Girls Clubs of South East Louisiana Inc.
“Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence.
Boys & Girls Clubs are a safe place to learn and grow – all while having fun. It is the place where great futures are started each and every day.”
Phone: (504) 566-0707
General Website: http://www.bgcsela.org

Boy Scouts of America SELA Council
Scouting: The Southeast Louisiana Council, Boy Scouts of America, has been serving youth in the Greater New Orleans region since 1910. Scouting offers educational programs that teach leadership skills, survival skills, ethical values, character, caring skills, citizenship, and responsibility. Scouting builds real self- esteem and self-respect while giving boys, young men and young women opportunities to explore new horizons, achieve recognition, and participate in physical and mental fitness programs.
Phone: (504) 889-0388
Website: http://www.bsa-selacouncil.org

Bright School
“A collaborative with Bright School, the New Orleans Speech and Hearing Center, United Way Member Agencies and a local childcare center. This program provides special instruction, speech therapy, auditory training and audio logical support for deaf, hard of hearing and language disordered children in a resource room at the childcare center.”
Phone: (504) 256-9200
Website: http://www.thebrightschool.org

Child or Adolescent Therapists in New Orleans

Website: https://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/prof_results.php?city=New+Orleans&county=

Children’s Bureau of New Orleans
“The Children’s Bureau of New Orleans promotes growth and resilience through prevention, advocacy, education and intervention. Our 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.”
Phone: (504) 525-2366
Website: http://www.childrens-bureau.com

Child Care Centers in New Orleans
Daycares, Preschools, Learning Centers
Website: http://www.yellowpages.com/new-orleans-la/day-care-centers-nurseries

Child Support
The Child Support Section (IV-D) provides services to both custodial and non- custodial parents of minor children seeking to establish, enforce, and/or modify child support. This service exists as a result of an agreement between the District Attorney and the State of Louisiana Department of Social Services, to provide support enforcement services to applicants.
Phone: (800) 256-4650
Website: http://25thda.org/prosecution/child-support/

Covenant House
“Our team of caring professionals develops and implements intensive, individualized programs for each young person. Services include case management, health services, and educational and employment services.”
Phone: (504) 584-1111
Website: http://www.covenanthouseno.org

Department of Children and Family Services-Child Abuse
“Working to keep children safe, helping individuals and families become self- sufficient, provide safe refuges during disasters.”
Phone: (855) 4LA-KIDS ((855) 452-5437)
Website: http://www.dcfs.louisiana.gov/index.cfm?md=pagebuilder&tmp=home&pid=109

Department of Children and Family Services- Child Welfare
Phone: (504) 680-9100
Website: http://www.dcfs.louisiana.gov/index.cfm?md=directory&tmp=detail&id=121

Developmental Children Services Directory
Website: http://us.justdial.com/LA/New_Orleans/Developmental_Children_Services/ct_12050300

Jewish Children’s Regional Service
organization dedicated to the well-being of Jewish children and youth throughout seven Southern states.
Phone: (800) 729-5277
Website: https://www.pjlibrary.org/communities/jewish-childrens-regional- service-new-orleans/158

New Orleans Children’s Health Project
“To improve the health of underserved children, families, and communities in the Greater New Orleans area by providing guaranteed access to pediatric primary care
& behavioral health and through innovative approaches to prevention, advocacy, education, and research.”
Phone: (504) 988.0545
Website: http://www.nochp.org

New Orleans Children’s Hospital
Mission: “To provide comprehensive pediatric healthcare which recognizes the special needs of children through excellence and continuous improvement of patient care, education, research, child advocacy and management.”
Phone: (504) 899-9511
Website: http://www.chnola.org

New Orleans Websites: Children Services
Children and Youth Organizations in New Orleans
Website: http://neworleanswebsites.com/cat/hf/ch/c-org/c-org.html

Ochsner Children’s Hospital
“Ochsner Medical Center for Children is a non-profit, academic, multi-specialty, healthcare delivery system dedicated to pediatric patient care, research, and education. Ochsner Pediatrics specializes in comprehensive care for the whole child – from preventive care such as immunizations to lifesaving efforts such as heart-lung transplant.”
Phone: (504) 842-3900
Website: http://www.ochsner.org/services/pediatrics/

Project Fleur De Lis
“The objectives of the program are three-fold: to provide early intervention, to establish a mechanism for identification of and services to children with mental health needs, and to provide a wide range of and increased access to mental healthcare for children and families.”
Phone: (504) 838-3228
Website: http://projectfleurdelisnola.org/

Raintree Children and Family Services
“Raintree’s mission is to provide an array of services to vulnerable persons in our community, encouraging hope and creating opportunities for independent lives.” Phone: (504) 899-9045
Website: http://www.raintreeservices.org

Youth Study Center
“The Youth Study Center serves as the juvenile detention center for Orleans Parish, providing safe and secure pre-trial detention to youths who are charged with committing a delinquent offense.
Phone: (504) 658-4000
Website: http://www.nola.gov/youth-study-center/


Archdiocese of New Orleans Sexual Abuse Hotline
Phone: (504) 865-8093

Domestic Violence Therapists in New Orleans
Website: https://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/prof_results.php?city=New+Orleans&state

LAFASA Foundation Against Sexual Assault
“First and foremost, the coalition provides a collective voice to the state of Louisiana of survivor concerns and needs. We advocate for the right of freedom from sexual violence through social change and education efforts.” Phone: (225) 372-8995
Website: http://www.lafasa.org

Louisiana Coalition against Domestic Violence
“LCADV member programs provide direct assistance to victims of domestic violence across Louisiana.”
Phone: 1-888-411-1333
Website: http://lcadv.org

Metropolitan Center for Women and Children
Metro mission is “to break the cycle of violence and aid survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault through advocacy, intervention, empowerment and transformation.”
Phone: (504) 837-5400
Website: http://mcwcgno.org

New Orleans Family Justice Center
The New Orleans Family Justice Center is a comprehensive on-stop center for victims of family violence and their children. The center co-locates agencies to provide coordinated and consolidated legal, law enforcement, social and healthcare services.
Phone: (504) 592-4005
Crisis Line 24 hr. Assistance: (504) 866-9554
Website: http://nofjc.org

Project SAVE
“Project SAVE provides free, emergency legal representation to survivors of domestic violence in Orleans Parish. Staff attorneys help with legal orders to keep survivors safe and to protect their legal rights. Our legal services may include temporary restraining and protection orders, temporary child support, custody, and use of property.”
Phone: (504) 310-6872
Website: http://www.ccano.org/domesticviolence

Silence is Violence
The mission of the Silence is Violence is to call upon both citizens and public officials to achieve a safe New Orleans across all communities. We engage youth in positive expressions and actions to counter the culture of violence.
Phone: (504) 948-0917
Email: SpeakUp@silenceisviolence.org
Website: http://silenceisviolence.org

Tulane Law School Domestic Violence Clinic
“Provides civil legal services to survivors of domestic violence in the New Orleans Area.”
Phone: (504) 865-5153
Website: http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsAcademicPrograms/index.aspx?id=4180


Boat People SOS
“Works with Vietnamese population, including immigration, fishers affected by oil spill, mental health & domestic violence program; assistance with interpreting/translation (fees sometimes charged).
Phone: (504) 433-8668
Website: http://www.bpsos.org/

Belle Chasse Community Health Center – Access Health Louisiana
“Adult & Pediatric Primary Care, Family Planning, Gynecology, Health Education, Pharmacy Assistance, enrollment in GNOCHC & Medicaid. GNOCHC, Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, sliding scale based on income & family size ($15 minimum)”
Phone: 504-398-1100
Website: http://www.bchasse.org

Central City Health Clinic
“Pediatric and adult primary care services, including physicals, laboratory tests, TB tests ($35), PAP smears, family planning, STI and HIV testing. Minimum payment
$60 first visit, $40 thereafter. “
Phone: (504) 571-1607

Children’s Clinic
“General pediatric and adolescent (up to age 18) care. Sliding Scale for uninsured ($60-$100). Medicaid, private Insurance”
Phone: (504) 887-2616

Children’s Hospital Main Campus
Phone: (504) 899-9511
Website: http://www.chnola.org

Children’s Hospital Kids First Tiger Care Pediatric Clinic
“Comprehensive pediatric care, including Adolescent Health Clinic providing primary care and consult services for adolescents up to age 21, including reproductive health services: STD screening, diagnosis, treatment and contraception. Sliding Scale for uninsured ($85-185), Medicaid, private insurance.”
Phone: (504) 299-9980
Website: http://www.chmpc.org/kids-first-tigercare.html

City of New Orleans Health Department
Phone: 311 (from any phone based in New Orleans)
Website: http://www.nola.gov/health-department/

Common Ground Health Clinic
“Adult primary care services, including physicals, prescriptions, lab tests, Medicaid & GNOCHC applications, wellness & educational events, dermatology and endocrinology once a month and vaccinations. Drop-in health education programs: T 6PM women’s wellness group (includes once a month healthy cooking class), gardening program, farmers’ market in Algiers, herbal medicine events in collaboration with Maypop Community Herb Shop. Adding pediatric & OB/GYN services in spring 2014, call or check website for updates. Visit fees cover multiple services; Sliding scale, Medicaid, major insurance, no one turned away.”
Phone (504) 361-9800
Website: http://www.commongroundclinic.org

Daughter’s of Charity Services
Daughters of Charity Services of New Orleans offers primary and preventive health services that address the needs of the total individual – body, mind, and spirit.
Phone: (504) 207-3060
Website: http://www.dcsno.org

Daughter’s of Charity Locactions:

Daughters of Charity Health Center – St. Cecilia
1030 Lesseps St.
New Orleans, LA 70117
Phone: (504) 941-6041
Fax: (504) 941-9991

Daughters of Charity Health Center – Carrollton
3201 S. Carrollton Ave. New Orleans, LA 70118
Phone: (504) 207-3060
Fax: (504) 207-3067

Daughters of Charity Health Center – Metairie
111 N. Causeway Blvd. Metairie, LA 70001
Phone: (504) 482-0084
Fax: (504) 483-6018

Daughters of Charity Health Center – N.O. East
5630 Read Blvd.
New Orleans, LA 70127
Phone: (504) 248-5357
Fax: (504) 248-5377

Daughters of Charity Health Center – Gentilly (on Dillard’s campus)
100 Warrington Dr. New Orleans, LA 70117
Phone: (504) 207-3060

Department of Health and Hospitals
“The mission of the Office of Public Health (OPH) is to protect and promote the health of Louisiana residents. We accomplish this through education, promotion of healthy lifestyles, preventing disease and injury, enforcing regulations that protect the environment, sharing vital information, and assuring preventive services to uninsured and underserved individuals and families.”
Phone: (225) 342-9500
Website: http://new.dhh.louisiana.gov/index.cfm/subhome/16

Department of Health and Hospital Services Clinic List
List of all clinics in Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, and St. Bernard, parishes including the type of care and phone numbers of clinics.
Website: http://new.dhh.louisiana.gov/index.cfm/page/29/n/65

Drop-in Clinic at Covenant House (Tulane University)

“Primary care services for infants, children, and adolescents (up to 24th birthday). Services include well-baby exams, vaccinations, urgent care, PAP smears, family planning, and STI screening and treatment for HIV, Herpes, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, and Syphilis. Sliding scale, Medicaid; set fees for adult vaccinations”
Phone: (504) 584-1112
Website: http://tulane.edu/som/dropin/

East After Hours Urgent Care
“Urgent care for walk-in patients. Take Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, assistance program for uninsured.”
Phone: (504)-658-2750
Website: http://www.hsdeast.org/urgent-care

Excelth Family Health Center – Algiers
“Pediatric , adolescent, and adult primary care services, including immunizations, well-woman visits, chronic disease management and lab services; Behavioral Health for Adults; GNOCHC Provider; Social Services; Certified Medicaid Application Center; Podiatry; Ophthalmology; Assistance in applying for free medical and prescription coverage. Minimum $25 for first visit and $15 thereafter for uninsured w/ sliding scale (with 2 paycheck stubs), additional fees for labs. $10 co-pay for Medicare. Some private insurance also accepted.”
Phone: (504) 526-1197
Website: http://www.excelth.com/index.php?sID=20&id=2

Excelth Family Health Center – Gentilly
“Pediatric adolescent, and adult primary care services, including immunizations, well woman visits, chronic disease management and lab services; Behavioral Health services for Children, Adolescents, Adults and Families; GNOCHC Provider; Social Services; Certified Medicaid Application Center; Assistance in applying for free medical and prescription coverage.”
Phone: (504) 620-9868
Website: http://www.excelth.com/index.php?sID=19&id=2

Excelth Family Health Center – New Orleans East
“Pediatric , adolescent, and adult primary care services, including immunizations, well woman visits, chronic disease management and lab services; Behavioral Health services for Children, Adolescents, Adults and Families; GNOCHC Provider; Social Services; Certified Medicaid Application Center; Assistance in applying for free medical and prescription coverage. Sliding Fee scale for uninsured ($25 minimum fee, must bring proof of income).”
Phone: (504) 620-0500
Website: http://www.excelth.com/index.php?sID=22&id=2

Health Care for the Homeless Program
Comprehensive program offering primary medical care, dental care for homeless individuals ONLY. Services free if homeless and connected with homeless services agency.”
Phone: (504) 658-2785

HealthREACH Clinic (New Orleans Dream Center at Church of the King)
“Services vary but include basic screenings, i.e. blood sugar, blood pressure, BMI, history, health education, prenatal care, medications (when available). Specialists when available, but those are on a limited basis. Call or check website to confirm services & hours. Dental program includes history, exam, x-rays, extractions and post op. Basic vet services for dogs & cats sometimes available.”
Phone: (504) 621-5544
Website: http://neworleansdreamcenter.org

Interim LSU Hospital
Phone: (504) 903-3000
Website: http://www.mclno.org

Kindred Hospital
Phone: (504) 899-1555
Website: http://www.kindredhospitalnola.com

Latino Health Outreach Project of the Common Ground Health Clinic
“Mobile clinic with basic primary care, first aid and wound care, health education, bilingual assistance with referrals to specialty care.”
Phone: (504) 361-9800
Website: http://www.commongroundclinic.org/index.php/community/latino-health

LB Landry Community Clinic (LSU)
Comprehensive primary health care and access to specialty care for adults & kids. Phone: (504) 299-4770

LSU Healthcare Network
“The LSU Healthcare Network is proud to offer over 30 specialties with numerous sub-specialties to meet your healthcare needs.”
Phone: (504) 412-1100
Website: http://www.lsuhn.com

LSU Medical Home Clinic
Comprehensive primary health care and access to specialty care, for adults.
Phone: (504) 702-3000

LSU Urgent Care
“Walk in urgent care clinic. No one turned away” Phone: (877) 578-8255

Luke’s House
“Primary care for adults and children (including basic lab tests), spiritual health counseling, mental health counseling, referrals.”
Phone: (504) 444-7879
Website: http://www.lukeshouseclinic.org

New Orleans Children’s Health Project (aka The Blue Bus)
Comprehensive medical and mental health care for children and young adults, up to age 18, and their families (family services for mental health only). Medical services include full exams/physicals, PAPs/pelvic, immunizations, blood work, allergy testing, asthma and weight management, and lead and anemia testing.

Family support services include behavioral therapy, counseling, weight management, parenting workshops and mental health therapy in Spanish. Case management services include assistance with insurance, WIC, food, and housing. Sliding scale fee based on income; No ID or proof of income needed
Phone: (504) 988-0545
Website: http://www.nochp.org/

New Orleans East Louisiana Community Health Center (NOELA)
“Adult primary health care services, including women’s health (OB/GYN), mental health, social services. Pediatrics across the street at 14401 Chef Menteur Hwy, Ste C. Sliding scale for uninsured based on income”
Adults (504)-255-8665
Pediatrics (504)-309-8390
Website: https://sites.google.com/site/noelacommunityhltctr/

New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic
“The NOMC is a preventative medical clinic. We may also provide our patients with referrals to specialists within the LSU Healthcare Network, discounted pharmacy benefits, patient assistance programs, lab work and some vaccinations to qualifying musicians”
Phone: (504) 412-1366
Website: http://www.neworleansmusiciansclinic.org

New Orleans Urgent Care
“New Orleans Urgent Care is proud to open its doors to downtown New Orleans. Our Mission: to provide time efficient, cost-effective quality medical care to our community.”
Phone: (504) 552-2433
Website: http://www.neworleansurgentcare.com

Ochsner Baptist Medical Center
“Healthcare with Peace of Mind”
Phone: (504) 899-9311
Website: https://www.ochsner.org/locations/ochsner-baptist/

Ozanam Inn- LSUHSC Student-Run Homeless Clinic
“Primary adult healthcare provided by medical students.”
Phone: (504) 523-1184
Website: http://www.ozanaminn.org

PACE Greater New Orleans (CCANO)
“Primary health care and social services for the elderly. In order to be eligible for PACE a person must be aged 55 or older, certified by the state to need nursing home care, and live in an area served by a PACE program. PACE Participants must receive all needed health care, including primary care and specialty physician services (other than emergency services), from the PACE organization or from an entity authorized by the PACE organization. Medicaid, dual Medicaid/Medicare, private insurance, self-pay (amount depends on Medicare/Medicaid eligibility).” Phone: (504) 945-1531 or 1-866-743-8778
Website: http://www.pacegno.org

Planned Parenthood
“Planned Parenthood is the nation’s leading sexual and reproductive health care provider and advocate.”
Phone: (504) 897-9200
Website: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center/louisiana/new- orleans/70115/new-orleans-healht-center-2805-91650

Ruth E. Fertel / Tulane University Community Health Center
“Adult & pediatric primary health care services, including behavioral health, women’s health, and ophthalmology. Specialty referrals to University Hospital and Tulane University Hospital and Clinic. T-Cell (HIV) Clinic on W & F. Cooking classes, weight loss group, computer classes, NAMI mental health support group, smoking cessation & more through Wellness Programs. All forms of insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, GNOCHC waiver (possibility of 100% discount). Sliding scale for uninsured, $30 minimum up front for visit”
Phone: (504) 609-3500
Website: http://www.rftchc.org

St. Anna’s Medical Mission
“Mobile clinic provides blood pressure and diabetes screenings, urgent medical care, and referral assistance for area clinics at various locations.”
Phone: (504) 947-2121
Website: http://www.stannanola.org

Southeastern Louisiana Veterans Healthcare Systems
“Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System (SLVHCS)
provides quality, compassionate, safe health care to Veteran patients throughout 23 parishes in southeast Louisiana”
Phone: (504) 412-3700 or 1-800-935-8387
Website: http://www.neworleans.va.gov/about/index.asp

St. Thomas Community Health Center
“St. Thomas Community Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center, (FQHC), is a comprehensive Primary Care Facility serving both insured and uninsured patients in the New Orleans area.”
Phone: (504) 529-5558
Website: http://www.stthomaschc.org

Touro Infirmary Hospital
Phone: (504) 897-7011
Website: http://www.touro.com

Tulane University Hospital
Phone: (504) 988-5263
Website: http://www.tulanehealthcare.com

Veteran’s Health Care System of S.E. LA
“Primary care M-F 7:30-4, Urgent care 8- 5; Serves only veterans. Primary care, mental health, dental services, prescriptions, pharmacy.“
Phone: 1-800-935-8387
Website: http://www.neworleans.va.gov

Rheumatoid Arthritis
“The Rheumatoid Arthritis Support Network (RASN) is dedicated to providing up- to-date information and resources for rheumatoid arthritis patients. Our goal is simple. We want RA patients to know their options and fully understand their diagnosis. You can take steps, right now, to improve symptoms and your quality of life.”
Phone: 1(800) 405-4043
Website: https://www.rheumatoidarthritis.org/


Addiction Recovery Resources
“Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc. offers a full continuum of care.
We can meet the needs of alcohol or drug addiction for every stage of the disease.”
Phone: (504) 522-7754 or 1-866-399-4673
Website: http://www.arrno.org

Alcohol Treatment Center 24 Hour Help Line
Phone: (504) 493-8052

ACIDOM Medical Services, LLC
“Mental health services to children/adolescents ranging from ages 4-17 and adults, 18-64. Our Professional Services includes Clinical Assessments, Psychiatric Evaluations, Service Planning, Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment (CPST), Individual Counseling and Intervention, Parent/Family Intervention (Counseling), Psychosocial Skills Training (Youth), Crisis Intervention, and Medication Management.”
Phone: (504) 340-8880
Website: http://www.acidomgroup.com

Assertive Community Treatment (RHD)
Multidisciplinary, recovery oriented team, which provides in home treatment to adults diagnosed with a serious mental illness. ACT is designed for individuals who are not able to have their needs met in traditional outpatient settings. The ACT Team includes Psychiatrists, Nurses, Mental Health Professional, Addiction Counselors, Vocational Specialists and Peer Specialists.
Phone: 504-247-9120, FAX 504-247-9125 Harvey, LA 70058
Phone:504-821-7085, Fax 504-304-2276 P.O. Box 850082, New Orleans, LA 70125
Phone:504-821-7233, Fax 504-304-2275 P.O. Box 19811 New Orleans, LA 70179-0811

Assurance Care Provider
Mental health and substance abuse services for adults, adolescents and children (6+). Medicaid only; Call or Walk-in.
Phone: (504) 472-0068

Beacon Behavioral Health
Outpatient therapy for adults, including elderly, to improve or maintain an individual’s ability to function as well as alleviate symptoms that may significantly interfere with functioning in at least one life domain (familial, social, occupational and/or educational).
Phone: (504) 581-4333 for Metairie or (504) 210-0460 for New Orleans
Website: http://www.beaconbh.com

Children’s Bureau
“Provides individual counseling for children (under 18) affected by grief & trauma, domestic violence, SIDS or disaster in Orleans and Jefferson Parishes and surrounding areas. Mental health rehabilitation service with diagnosis (Medicaid program) – psychiatric services, medication management, intensive individual & family therapy available.”
Phone: (504) 525-2366
Website: http://www.childrens-bureau.com

Community Care Hospital
“Inpatient psychiatric care for adult and geriatric patients. 21 -bed capacity. Also outpatient 2-3 day/week and partial patient 5 day/week support and counseling.”
Phone: (504) 568-6650
Website: http://www.communitycarehospital.com

Community Mental Health Center
Offers Adult Day Treatment and Independence Drop-in Center
Phone: (504) 568-6650

Counseling Solutions CCANO Program
“Individual, marital and family counseling by masters-level therapists.”
Phone: (985) 785-2113
Website: http://www.ccano.org/counselingsolutions

DuraCARE Counseling & Consulting Services, LLC
Counseling services for adults, children, adolescents & families for the following: perpetrator counseling, anger management counseling, depression, anxiety, marriage and couple concerns, parent and child concerns, childhood and adolescence, child and family counseling, grief and loss, post-traumatic stress, anger management, and children/adult psychiatric medication management. Clients enrolled in DuraCARE’s program may receive services in home, at our office, and some services are available via online distance counseling. DuraCARE also has a registered play therapist on staff, with a fully equipped play therapy and sand -tray therapy center on site.
Phone: (504) 327-5753
Emergency Line: 504-428-4874
Website: http://www.duracarecounseling.com

Phone: (800) 749-2673

Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse for Greater New Orleans
“CADA is a community health agency, which was founded in 1960, that provides substance abuse prevention, education, and assessment services in both English and Spanish, for youth and adults in Orleans, Jefferson, St. Charles, St. Bernard, and St. Tammany parishes.
Phone: (504) 821-2232
Website: http://www.cadagno.org/

Drug Treatment Center 24 Hour Help Line
Phone: (504) 493-8064

Family Services GNO
Individual, couples and family counseling. Programs include anger management, substance abuse, sex offender, domestic violence, Victims of Criminal Acts (VOCA), active parenting (at E. Jeff & St. Bernard).
Main Line: (504) 822-0800
East Jeff: (504) 733-4031
St. Bernard: (504) 271-3781
West Bank: (504) 361-0926
Website: http://www.fsgno.org

Grace House
Grace House was founded through a community-based grass-roots movement with an original capacity for six halfway house beds.
Phone: (504) 899-2423
Website: http://www.bridgehouse.org/about-us/history/

Mental Help. Net
Our searches list 484 licensed alcohol and drug treatment centers throughout Louisiana. MentalHelp’s comprehensive treatment directory can help you make the perfect Louisiana substance treatment program decision for yourself, your spouse or your child.
Website: https://www.mentalhelp.net/care/substance-abuse/la
Local website: https://www.mentalhelp.net/care/substance-abuse/la/new-orleans/

Metropolitan Human Services District
If you are a resident of Orleans, Plaquemines or St. Bernard Parish and you have a mental illness, developmental disability or addictive disorder related to gambling, alcohol or drugs, then Metropolitan Human Services District (MHSD) is here to help you get the services you need in order to live a healthy, productive life.
Care Center: (504) 568 3130
Crisis Line: (504) 826-2675
Website: http://www.mhsdla.org/

Milestones Mental Health Agency
“Milestones Mental Health Agency provides a variety of mental health services to children/adolescents (ages 5-17) with emotional/ behavioral disorders, as well as counseling services to the adults that care for them”
Phone: (504) 483-9883
Website: http://milestonesmha.homestead.com

New Orleans Behavioral Health Resources
Phone: (504) 568-3130
Crisis Line: (504) 826-2675
Website: http://www.nola.gov/health-department/behavioral-health/behavioral-health-resources/

New Orleans Mental Health Services
Website: http://www.yellowpages.com/new-orleans-la/mental-health-services

Odyssey House Clinic
“Odyssey House Louisiana (OHL) is a nonprofit behavioral healthcare facility with an emphasis on addiction treatment.”
Phone: (504) 821-9211
Website: http://www.ohlinc.org

River Oaks Hospital
“River Oaks Hospital, located in the suburbs of New Orleans, Louisiana is a private psychiatric facility for adults, adolescents and children.”
Phone: (800) 366-1740
Website: http://www.riveroakshospital.com

“Rehabs.com was founded in 2011 with two goals in mind: to provide information for those suffering with substance abuse and behavioral addictions – either personally or through loved ones – and to connect those people with the treatment programs that can help them.”
Phone: 1(888) 823-3169
Website: http://www.rehabs.com/guides/substance-abuse-and-anxiety-disorders