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Louisiana Drug Rehab Centers

Cahsd - Adult Addictive Disorders
Location: Port Allen, LA - 70767
Contact Phone: (225) 925-1906
Website: http://www.cahsd.org/
Description: CAHSD was established by the Louisiana Legislature in July 1997 to be responsive to the local needs of the citizens in its seven parishes. The statutes provide that CAHSD shall direct the operation and management of public, community-based programs and services relative to mental health, developmental disabilities, and addictive disorders services for the parishes of Ascension, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Pointe Coupee, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana. CAHSD strives to identify and address local needs through our board members, clients, advocates, staff, other providers, partnerships with local governments and their agents. At the heart of this multi-parish agency is greater accountability to clients, the community and the taxpayers.
Acadiana Recovery Center
Location: Lafayette, LA - 70501
Contact Phone: (337) 236-5446
Website: https://www.lafayettesheriff.com/
Description: The Treatment Programs department provides hope and healing for individuals, families, and communities endeavoring to recover from alcoholism and drug addiction as well as mental health issues. Acadiana Recovery Center Treatment program is operated by the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office. It is a licensed and accredited residential and outpatient treatment program. Our funding comes through a state contract between the Acadiana Area Human Services District and the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office. We offer integrated residential/inpatient alcohol and drug dependency and mental health treatment to adult men and women. We also provide a six month halfway house (REHAB), outpatient alcohol and drug dependency treatment and aftercare. We also provide outpatient children and adolescent alcohol and drug dependency and mental health treatment through our Milestones and Functional Family Therapy Programs. The Center operates twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. We serve the Acadiana Area Human Services District which covers Lafayette and seven surrounding parishes. Approximately 85-90 percent of all admissions into the residential unit are people from within this eight parish area.
Bridge House Corporation - Bridge House (men’s Residential Facility)
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70125
Contact Phone: (504) 522-4475
Website: http://www.bridgehouse.org/
Description: Through its long-term residential treatment program, Bridge House offers residents seeking recovery the time needed to become sober and productive individuals again. The Bridge House treatment program, which is based on the disease concept of addiction, is intensive and highly structured. Residents reside in a dormitory setting and progress through several phases of treatment: stabilization, primary, independent living and aftercare. Through these steps the previously disordered and dysfunctional individual begins to regain his self-esteem and develop a sense of self-worth. Bridge House accepts males aged 18 and over who are able to admit to having substance abuse problems and are seeking help. The length of treatment is determined by the resident himself. An individualized treatment plan is set up for each resident in the first days of treatment. The treatment plan is created to provide the resident with the appropriate skills to facilitate his ability to develop the habits of recovery and promote positive changes and growth in recovery. In order to progress through treatment the goals of the treatment plan are met. While there is actual paperwork – or homework to be completed – the goals include a demonstration of internal change over time. The program is designed to be doable in 6 months. This does not, however, mean that everyone will complete in 6 months. That determination is made by the clinical and vocational staff. The resident must demonstrate an attitude of recovery. Length of treatment is not a fixed amount of time. Bridge House supports individuals through the process of recovery and will work with them to achieve that goal. As a resident enters the Bridge House program he participates in a Stabilization period during which he is provided with an opportunity to become familiar with the daily routines of Bridge House. As a resident moves into primary care, he learns to live the life of sobriety one day at a time. He works with the therapeutic community, the clinical staff and the vocational staff to learn about his addiction and how to recover using what he is learning in his day-to-day life. When this phase of treatment is completed, the resident is allowed to get an outside job. At this time a resident begins to pay a resident service fee. He will demonstrate his ability to budget his money in preparation for his re-entry into mainstream society as well as his ability to maintain a program of recovery. He continues to attend therapeutic groups and vocational rehabilitation counseling. The final phase is re-entry. The resident moves into permanent housing that meets the criteria of a supportive environment for recovery post treatment. He continues with group and individual therapy for a time determined with his counselor. When this requirement is met – the date is set for completion. There is a Completion Ceremony for the successful completion of the program. At this time, one half of the client services fees generated from employment are refunded.
Mansfield Center For Addictive Disorders
Location: Mansfield, LA - 71052
Contact Phone: (318) 871-1121
Website: http://www.natchitochesoad.blogspot.com/
Description: The Natchitoches Center for Addictive Disorders was established in 1975. In 1994, the center moved into a new building constructed specifically for Addictive Disorders and Mental Health by the Natchitoches Parish Hospital. As part of Region VII, Office for Addictive Disorders, state of Louisiana, the center provides prevention education, treatment, and services to three areas including Natchitoches, Sabine, & Red River Parishes. We are committed to removing barriers to treatment, thus offering rural patients opportunities for supportive services. Appropriate services are provided regardless of age, sex, religion, race, color, national origin and/or disability.
O'brien House
Location: Baton Rouge, LA - 70802
Contact Phone: (225) 344-6345
Website: http://www.obrienhouse.org
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Family Service Of Greater New Orleans - St. Bernard Office
Location: Chalmette, LA - 70043
Contact Phone: (504) 271-3781
Website: http://www.fsgno.org/
Description: Family Service of Greater New Orleans strengthens the emotional health and fosters the self-sufficiency of families and individuals. Family Service of Greater New Orleans is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing counseling and community education to families in need. Since its founding in 1896, Family Service has equipped children, families and individuals throughout the metropolitan area with the skills they need to overcome trauma and adversity. With our sliding fee scale and ongoing community support, clients from every income level may benefit from our services.
Nedhsa Monroe Clinic
Location: Monroe, LA - 71202
Contact Phone: (318) 362-3339
Website: http://nedeltahsa.org/
Description: We are inspired to serve as catalyst in transforming the lives of our citizens. Our phoenix logo represents the shedding of old ways and renewal toward a better existence. It also represents the sun that sinks below the horizon each day and fades away into ashes, rising again each day anew. The ashes are not those of destruction, but rather of hope and wisdom. As with the phoenix, we are always in some phase of growth and transformation. We use the ashes of our former selves to create the person we are destined to become.
Bhg New Orleans Westbank Treatment Center
Location: Gretna, LA - 70056
Contact Phone: (504) 347-1120
Website: http://new-orleans-westbank.bhgrecovery.com/
Description: We are a leading provider of opioid addiction treatment services. BHG utilizes pharmacotherapy (maintenance and detoxification) as well as counseling to treat both the bio-chemical and psychosocial aspects of addiction. In doing so, BHG offers each patient the best opportunity for a successful recovery. We look forward to providing you with more information regarding how this treatment can benefit you. Our outpatient opioid addiction treatment center addresses each patient’s physical opioid addiction with either Methadone or Buprenorphine medications in combination with counseling and skill development. The choice of which medication each patient will try will usually be decided by the patient in consultation with his/her physician.
Family House Louisiana
Location: Terrytown, LA - 70056
Contact Phone: (504) 367-7600
Website: http://www.rhd.org/
Description: Family House is a residential substance abuse treatment program for pregnant women and women with children. While at Family House, women receive individual therapy, individual parenting, and groups that include: substance abuse education, parenting education, trauma, feelings process, life skills and much more.
Longleaf Hospital
Location: Alexandria, LA - 71303
Contact Phone: (318) 445-5111
Website: http://www.longleafhospital.com/
Description: Longleaf Hospital is a 68 bed acute behavioral health inpatient program for children, teens, adults, and seniors who are struggling with emotional, behavioral, and mental disorders. Located in historic Alexandria, Louisiana on the south bank of the beautiful Red River, we offer the ideal location for people who are struggling to overcome mental health disorders to come and heal. We’ve helped countless men, women, children, and teens successfully overcome their illnesses and mental health disorders and go on to live happy, healthy, and productive lives.
Lhrc Reality House
Location: Baton Rouge, LA - 70806
Contact Phone: (225) 343-3438
Website: http://www.lahealthandrehab.org
Description: Louisiana Health and Rehab Center (LHRC) - Reality House provides quality, comprehensive treatment to substance use disordered pregnant women, and women and their dependent children aged 0-12 in a safe, caring, and supportive environment. Services focus on women developing and maintaining a healthy and safe alcohol and drug free lifestyle, with emphasis on compassionate attention to gender-specific issues. While the recovery process is person-centered, the end result is that women become effective nurturing mothers breaking the bondage of destructive behaviors. On this continuum of care are developmentally appropriate treatment services to children. With evidence-based treatment, children can be healed from the scars of their mothers’ disease, if not escape them altogether.
Center For Behavioral Health - Monroe
Location: Monroe, LA - 71202
Contact Phone: (318) 340-9596
Website: http://centerforbehavioralhealth.com/
Description: We are a group of outpatient treatment programs that provide services for various drug and alcohol related problems with a focus on treating opiate addiction. Counseling is an important and critical part of treatment. We offer one-on-one counseling, as well as family and group counseling. Our counselors’ diverse backgrounds and personalities allow our patients to find a fit that is right for them. In addition to counseling, our services include case management, medication monitoring and referral and discharge planning.
Cada - Adolescent Treatment Center
Location: Shreveport, LA - 71101
Contact Phone: (318) 226-2890
Website: http://cadanwla.org/
Description: The CADA Adolescent Treatment Center houses the Adolescent High-Intensity Residential Program, also known as the Cavanaugh Treatment Program. This 16-bed facility is located in downtown Shreveport.
Journey Home
Location: Denham Springs, LA - 70726
Contact Phone: (225) 667-3933
Website: http://www.thejourneyhome.com
Description: The Journey Home opened February 1, 1997, providing a new concept and a new energy for the supportive continuation of care for chemically dependent / dual diagnosed females. We specialize in the treatment and care of females, addressing all problems and diagnosis pertaining to this population. The Journey Home Is located in Denham Springs, Louisiana, 5 miles east of Baton Rouge. The home is on a five acre rural setting with manicured grounds. Only a small sign next to the front door identifies this beautiful home as a treatment facility. The Journey Home is based on the foundation that females must be empowered in order to have positive results in recovery. This facility was specifically designed to create the safe, respectful, and supportive environment needed to do so. Our treatment program address the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual components of recovery. Our staff is a multidisciplinary team who is dedicated providing the highest quality of care possible. Great care has been taken by our staff to create an environment that is not only conducive to the recovery process, but one where residents feel at home.
Family Service Of Greater New Orleans - East Jefferson Office
Location: Harahan, LA - 70123
Contact Phone: (504) 733-4031
Website: http://www.fsgno.org/
Description: Family Service of Greater New Orleans strengthens the emotional health and fosters the self-sufficiency of families and individuals. Family Service of Greater New Orleans is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing counseling and community education to families in need. Since its founding in 1896, Family Service has equipped children, families and individuals throughout the metropolitan area with the skills they need to overcome trauma and adversity. With our sliding fee scale and ongoing community support, clients from every income level may benefit from our services.
Cahsd - Capital Area Recovery Program
Location: Baton Rouge, LA - 70805
Contact Phone: (225) 922-3169
Website: http://www.cahsd.org
Description: CARP is a short-term residential (28 day) addiction recovery treatment facility for adult males 18 and older.
Cahsd - Capital Area Center For Adult Behavioral Health
Location: Baton Rouge, LA - 70806
Contact Phone: (225) 922-2700
Website: http://www.cahsd.org
Description: CAHSD was established by the Louisiana Legislature in July 1997 to be responsive to the local needs of the citizens in its seven parishes. The statutes provide that CAHSD shall direct the operation and management of public, community-based programs and services relative to mental health, developmental disabilities, and addictive disorders services for the parishes of Ascension, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Pointe Coupee, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana. CAHSD strives to identify and address local needs through our board members, clients, advocates, staff, other providers, partnerships with local governments and their agents. At the heart of this multi-parish agency is greater accountability to clients, the community and the taxpayers.
River Oaks Hospital - Addictive Disorders / Dual Diagnosis Program
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70123
Contact Phone: (504) 734-1740
Website: http://riveroakshospital.com/
Description: The Addictive Disorders/Dual Diagnosis Program at River Oaks Hospital is designed to treat individuals with alcohol or drug related problems and psychiatric issues. When addictive behavior and mental illness create problems that prohibit the patient and family from functioning, River Oaks Hospital provides a comprehensive program to assist in stabilizing the situation. A 12-step recovery program provides a framework to treating the addictive process while a multidisciplinary treatment approach is utilized to address any mental health concerns. The treatment team includes psychiatrists, addictionists, social workers, registered nurses, certified substance abuse counselors and activity therapists. This approach optimizes success by bringing a diversity of perspectives to the forefront of treatment. Treatment includes a combination of individual, group and family therapies facilitated by qualified professionals. The treatment team’s focus is helping the patient recognize his or her behavior patterns and developing healthier ways of relating to and coping with stress. Group therapy facilitates the sharing of feelings and experiences with others who have similar problems. Pertinent issues related to addictive disorders such as shame, grief, anger, control and trust are comprehensively addressed. Emphasis is placed on education, addressing all aspects of the addictive process, including the disease concept, family issues, and relapse prevention strategies. The treatment program incorporates a strong emphasis on discharge planning and aftercare.
Aahsd - New Iberia Behavioral Health Clinic
Location: New Iberia, LA - 70560
Contact Phone: (337) 373-0002
Website: http://www.aahsd.org/
Description: This clinic originally operated in the education building of a local church, until the church requested use of the space. We obtained a new building in which Addictive Disorders and Mental Health services were co-housed prior to the Office of Behavioral Health merger in 2010.
Odyssey House Louisiana Inc
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70119
Contact Phone: (504) 821-9211
Website: http://www.ohlinc.org/
Description: Odyssey House Louisiana (OHL) is a nonprofit behavioral health care provider with an emphasis on addiction treatment. OHL was established in 1973 as a nonprofit residential substance abuse treatment facility with the mission of empowering people to conquer addiction. Today, Odyssey House offers a professional, structured and caring Therapeutic Community with comprehensive services and effective support systems that enable individuals to chart new lives and return to their communities as contributing members.
Northlake Behavioral Health System
Location: Mandeville, LA - 70448
Contact Phone: (985) 626-6300
Website: https://northlakebh.org/
Description:

Northlake Behavioral Health System is a full continuynm psychiatric and substance abuse treatment system. Treatment programs include dual diagnosis, drug and alcohol detox, addiction treatment, PHP, IOP, and sober living. 


Cada - Family Medium-intensity Residential Program (biedenharn)
Location: Bossier City, LA - 71112
Contact Phone: (318) 747-1211
Website: http://cadanwla.org/
Description: The Biedenharn Family Program, also known as the Family Success Institute, is a medium-intensity residential program (ASAM III.3) that provides residential substance abuse treatment services for adult women who are pregnant and adult women with children up to 12 years of age. The facility is located at 1525 Fullilove Drive, Bossier City, Louisiana, 71112 and is contracted to accommodate seven women and seven children. A minimum of one bed is available for the treatment of pregnant women. It provides a safe and positive atmosphere for addicted adult women of any ethnicity. This program receives referrals from the entire state of Louisiana. The program is staffed to provide services 24 hours per day, seven days per week. The goal of this program is to provide structured, supervised, residential living services 24 hours a day, seven days a week, using treatment models which are research-based and outcome-oriented for individuals with addictive disorders who need to continue the process of physical, mental and emotional rehabilitation. The average length of stay is three months and is determined by a client’s progress through a graduated phase system. Women who are in the transitional phase of treatment are employed or attend school. These clients will attend at least three therapy or educational groups per week and one individual session per week. A client’s ability to transition back into society typically requires three months of residential treatment. The children of clients participate in a series of children’s therapy groups twice a week based on their Infant/Child’s Psychosocial Evaluation. Children’s therapy group topics include conflict resolution, communication skills, anger management, art and play therapy, and family relationship skills. All school-aged children are enrolled in school, including children eligible to attend the Head Start program. The children also receive individual counseling. Clinical eligibility criteria for admission shall include adult pregnant females, or females with children less than 12 years of age, who are not actively withdrawing from alcohol and/or other drugs but who require residential treatment. Clinical exclusion criteria for admission shall include, but not limited to, urgent or critical behavioral, psychiatric, medical or physical problems or needs beyond the scope of CADA services and individuals who pose a risk of harming themselves or others. If an individual is found to be ineligible for services, she shall be informed of the reason for ineligibility. Recommendations for alternative services and referral sources shall be provided. State funding for clients in the Family Success Institute is provided by the Louisiana Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program.
Natchitoches Center For Addictive Disorders
Location: Natchitoches, LA - 71457
Contact Phone: (318) 357-3283
Website: http://www.natchitochesoad.blogspot.com/
Description: The Natchitoches Center for Addictive Disorders was established in 1975. In 1994, the center moved into a new building constructed specifically for Addictive Disorders and Mental Health by the Natchitoches Parish Hospital. As part of Region VII, Office for Addictive Disorders, state of Louisiana, the center provides prevention education, treatment, and services to three areas including Natchitoches, Sabine, & Red River Parishes. We are committed to removing barriers to treatment, thus offering rural patients opportunities for supportive services. Appropriate services are provided regardless of age, sex, religion, race, color, national origin and/or disability.
Nedhsa Ruston Clinic
Location: Ruston, LA - 71270
Contact Phone: (318) 251-4125
Website: http://nedeltahsa.org/
Description: NE Delta HSA directs and manages the operation of community-based programs to improve the quality of life of people with major mental illnesses, addictive disorders and developmental disabilities. We are devoted to deliver programs and services that encourage people to reach their true human potential. Three tenets guide all of our actions: excellent customer service, greater access to services, and quality, competent care.
Ochsner Addictive Behavior Unit
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70121
Contact Phone: (504) 842-3999
Website: http://www.ochsner.org/
Description: Our comprehensive program skillfully combines the disease approach to addiction with the most advanced medical and psychological treatment modalities available. We are adept at distinguishing between addiction and any other medical or psychological illness, pinpointing a treatable problem, and formulating the most effective treatment plan possible. The Ochsner Addictive Behavior Unit provides treatment for a number of addictive disorders including: Alcohol Abuse and Dependence; Drug Abuse and Dependence; Pathological Gambling. We treat every aspect of addiction, while managing patient care at the most cost-effective level. Treatment plans are individually tailored to meet the needs of the patient, as well as the patient's family and employer. Efforts are made to minimize the disruption of the patient's life due to illness.
Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc.
Location: Metairie, LA - 70001
Contact Phone: (504) 780-2766
Website: http://www.arrno.org
Description: Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc. is led by a dedicated multidisciplinary team of well trained and highly credentialed addiction treatment professionals with over 100 years of combined experience in the addiction and behavioral health fields. Our mission and philosophy are our guidelines for patient care. We are a committed group of professionals with core beliefs that drive our daily spirit in treating addiction.
Sclhsa - St. Mary Behavioral Health Center
Location: Morgan City, LA - 70380
Contact Phone: (985) 380-2460
Website: http://www.sclhsa.org/
Description: The South Central Louisiana Human Services Authority (SCLHSA) was created by Act 449 of the 2006 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature. This legislation merged the Offices of Mental Health, Addictive Disorders and Citizens with Developmental Disabilities into one integrated entity effective July 2, 2010. SCLHSA is responsible for overseeing and performing functions related to the care, training, treatment and education of individuals with addictive, mental and emotional disorders. The role of SCLHSA is to promote recovery and resiliency through the services and supports in the community that are preventative, accessible, comprehensive and dynamic. SCLHSA serves Terrebonne, Lafourche, St. Mary, Assumption, St. James, St. John, and St. Charles parishes in south Louisiana.
Family Service Of Greater New Orleans
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70119
Contact Phone: (504) 822-0800
Website: http://www.fsgno.org/
Description: Family Service of Greater New Orleans strengthens the emotional health and fosters the self-sufficiency of families and individuals. Family Service of Greater New Orleans is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing counseling and community education to families in need. Since its founding in 1896, Family Service has equipped children, families and individuals throughout the metropolitan area with the skills they need to overcome trauma and adversity. With our sliding fee scale and ongoing community support, clients from every income level may benefit from our services.
Cada - Veterans Recovery Center
Location: Shreveport, LA - 71101
Contact Phone: (318) 222-8511
Website: http://cadanwla.org/
Description: The VRC is a 24- bed recovery program located in the Mid-City Plaza South Building on the corner of Line Avenue and Jordan Street in Shreveport, LA. It provides a safe, supportive, and drug-free recovery environment for veterans concurrently receiving treatment in the Substance Use Disorder Program at the VA Medical Center.
Fphsa - Denham Springs
Location: Denham Springs, LA - 70726
Contact Phone: (225) 665-0473
Website: http://www.fphsa.org/
Description: Addictive Disorders Services (ADS) is the branch of Florida Parishes Human Services Authority that provides treatment and prevention services for addictions related to alcohol, drugs, gambling, and tobacco. Treatment of addictive disorders is very successful when it is consistent and intensive. Annually, our treatment programs in the Florida Parishes successfully treat hundreds of individuals dealing with problems associated with addiction and substance abuse. Treatment services are usually available within 48 hours of a telephone call to an outpatient clinic. FPHSA offers highly effective, non-medical, intensive counseling services, some of which have become model programs in the field of addictions treatment. Willingness to receive help is required for these programs to succeed. Group and family therapy are our primary forms of treatment, as these are widely accepted as the most effective forms of counseling for addiction and substance abuse. It is critical to empathically address individual needs with structure and without delay. Counseling provided in small groups accommodates those seeking help in a timely manner. Our outpatient clinics provide the bulk of treatment in 4 stages specifically designed to address the dynamic individual needs of lasting sobriety. All treatment is carefully assessed initially in outpatient clinics with most individuals treated exclusively in this setting. The course of treatment is reduced from daily to twice weekly after approximately 2 months and to weekly in succeeding weeks. All participants are involved in 12-step recovery programs operating outside of FPHSA clinics. Treatment duration for most is 7-9 months. Occasionally, outpatient referrals are made to our inpatient programs (the Alcohol Drug Unit and Fontainebleau Treatment Center) where individuals may reside for a brief duration. Inpatient services are accessed through the outpatient clinics only.
Pathways Community Health - Phase Ii
Location: Pineville, LA - 71360
Contact Phone: (888) 403-1071
Website: http://compasshealthhome.org/
Description: 26 Temporary assistance for Needy Families, women with substance use issues beds
Bridge House Corporation - Grace House (women’s Residential Facility)
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70130
Contact Phone: (504) 522-4476
Website: http://www.bridgehouse.org
Description: Grace House offers gender-specific long term residential substance abuse treatment designed to meet the unique needs of women. We have the capacity to serve 70 clients at our two locations. The recommended length of stay in our program is three months to one year. Each client’s length of stay and treatment program is determined by their individual needs and progress in treatment. Our program is designed to enhance a woman’s ability to maintain sobriety and enable her to live a productive, healthy lifestyle . . . beneficial to herself, her family, and the community. We provide a safe therapeutic environment in which women receive substance abuse treatment.
Bridge House Corporation - Grace House (women’s Residential Facility)
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70115
Contact Phone: (504) 899-2423
Website: http://www.bridgehouse.org/
Description: Grace House offers gender-specific long term residential substance abuse treatment designed to meet the unique needs of women. We have the capacity to serve 70 clients at our two locations. The recommended length of stay in our program is three months to one year. Each client’s length of stay and treatment program is determined by their individual needs and progress in treatment. Our program is designed to enhance a woman’s ability to maintain sobriety and enable her to live a productive, healthy lifestyle . . . beneficial to herself, her family, and the community. We provide a safe therapeutic environment in which women receive substance abuse treatment
Pathways Community Health - Gateway Adolescent Treatment Center
Location: Pineville, LA - 71360
Contact Phone: (318) 484-6400
Website: http://compasshealthhome.org/
Description: 16 adolescent residential substance use treatment beds
Sclhsa - River Parishes Assessment Center/children And Adolescent Center
Location: La Place, LA - 70068
Contact Phone: (985) 651-7064
Website: http://www.sclhsa.org/
Description: The South Central Louisiana Human Services Authority (SCLHSA) was created by Act 449 of the 2006 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature. This legislation merged the Offices of Mental Health, Addictive Disorders and Citizens with Developmental Disabilities into one integrated entity effective July 2, 2010. SCLHSA is responsible for overseeing and performing functions related to the care, training, treatment and education of individuals with addictive, mental and emotional disorders. The role of SCLHSA is to promote recovery and resiliency through the services and supports in the community that are preventative, accessible, comprehensive and dynamic. SCLHSA serves Terrebonne, Lafourche, St. Mary, Assumption, St. James, St. John, and St. Charles parishes in south Louisiana.
The Center For Families Inc.
Location: Shreveport, LA - 71104
Contact Phone: (318) 222-0759
Website: http://thecenterforfamilies.com/
Description: The Center for Families, Inc. is a non-profit counseling agency dedicated to serving Northwest Louisiana since 1889. Our mission: Stronger lives, families, and community because of quality counseling, available to all. Counseling is provided on a sliding fee scale, also known as an “ability to pay” rate. We take into consideration special circumstances such as medical conditions & child support.
Opiate Replacement Therapy Center Of America
Location: Breaux Bridge, LA - 70517
Contact Phone: (337) 332-4878
Website: http://ortca.net/
Description: We are a medication assisted outpatient treatment clinic for opioid dependency. ORTCA has been serving the needs of opioid dependent patients of central Louisiana since 2001. We are licensed by the State of Louisiana and accredited by CARF. This site is intended to provide information for our current patients, as well as any guests interested in learning more about the disease of opioid dependency and the treatment options available through this clinic.
Fphsa - Washington Parish Addictive Disorders Clinic
Location: Bogalusa, LA - 70427
Contact Phone: (985) 732-6610
Website: http://www.fphsa.org/
Description: Addictive Disorders Services (ADS) is the branch of Florida Parishes Human Services Authority that provides treatment and prevention services for addictions related to alcohol, drugs, gambling, and tobacco. Treatment of addictive disorders is very successful when it is consistent and intensive. Annually, our treatment programs in the Florida Parishes successfully treat hundreds of individuals dealing with problems associated with addiction and substance abuse. Treatment services are usually available within 48 hours of a telephone call to an outpatient clinic. FPHSA offers highly effective, non-medical, intensive counseling services, some of which have become model programs in the field of addictions treatment. Willingness to receive help is required for these programs to succeed. Group and family therapy are our primary forms of treatment, as these are widely accepted as the most effective forms of counseling for addiction and substance abuse. It is critical to empathically address individual needs with structure and without delay. Counseling provided in small groups accommodates those seeking help in a timely manner. Our outpatient clinics provide the bulk of treatment in 4 stages specifically designed to address the dynamic individual needs of lasting sobriety. All treatment is carefully assessed initially in outpatient clinics with most individuals treated exclusively in this setting. The course of treatment is reduced from daily to twice weekly after approximately 2 months and to weekly in succeeding weeks. All participants are involved in 12-step recovery programs operating outside of FPHSA clinics. Treatment duration for most is 7-9 months. Occasionally, outpatient referrals are made to our inpatient programs (the Alcohol Drug Unit and Fontainebleau Treatment Center) where individuals may reside for a brief duration. Inpatient services are accessed through the outpatient clinics only.
Allen Parish Hospital
Location: Kinder, LA - 70648
Contact Phone: (337) 738-9444
Website: http://www.allenparishhospital.com/
Description: Allen Parish Hospital’s Psychiatric Recovery Unit is dedicated to providing proper treatment to patients experiencing mental illness and addiction. Treatments include group and individual therapy, and professional counseling with a board certified psychiatrist and social worker. A professional team, led by a psychiatrist and comprised of nursing staff, social services, psychology, activity therapists, and adjunctive services, provides care according to each individuals needs. Individuals can be admitted into the Psychiatric Recovery Unit 24 hours a day and transportation is provided if necessary. Inpatient services are covered by Medicaid and Medicare as well as some self-pay and private insurance plans.
New Beginnings Adolescent Recovery Center
Location: Opelousas, LA - 70570
Contact Phone: (888) 706-1870
Website: http://newbeginningsteenhelp.com/
Description: Located in Opelousas, Louisana, New Beginnings Adolescent Recovery Center is a substance abuse treatment facility for patients ages 13 to 18. Our facility sits on a beautiful, serene, twenty-acre campus that is conducive to enhancing the recovery process of our patients. Our campus features administrative offices, meeting centers, separate male/female residential complexes, recreational facilities and on-site dining service. Our campus ensures privacy and ample opportunities for quiet, personal reflection as well as structured activities and group interactions. The New Beginnings campus is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by licensed professionals with many years of experience in treating addictions.
Choices Of Louisiana Inc.
Location: Alexandria, LA - 71301
Contact Phone: (318) 445-1250
Website: http://www.choicesla.com/
Description: Choices of Louisiana, Inc. is a private, out-patient center with facilities located in Alexandria and LaPlace. Our out-patient facilities serve patients who are dependent on Heroin, OxyContin, and other Schedule II narcotics. The Choices facilities offer state-of-the-art medical services and have a highly-trained professional staff that is committed to the wellbeing of the patient and the community. Choices of Louisiana requires the patient to present with physical symptoms of mild withdrawals from narcotics, one year documented physical dependency to narcotics, and evidence they have the ability to pay for services. Treatment for narcotic dependence is one of the most widely studied treatments of any disease in the world. Choices' out-patient program provides the dependent individual with an array of rehabilitative services. Appropriately prescribed medication relieves withdrawal symptoms, eliminates opioid cravings, and allows for normal functioning. The efficacy of appropriate medication increases significantly when coupled with counseling, on-site medical services, and other supportive treatment services. Choices of Louisiana utilizes Methadone and Suboxone as the appropriate proven medication for patients who are unable to maintain sobriety. The proper use of this medication prevents the spread of disease, stabilizes the patient for long-term employment, and improves the patient's quality of life. The goal of our facilities is to move the patient toward a drug-free lifestyle, if medically indicated. Patients who have co-occurring disorders may be maintained by medication for a longer length of time.
Pathways Community Health - Red River Addictions Complex
Location: Pineville, LA - 71360
Contact Phone: (318) 441-5900
Website: http://compasshealthhome.org/
Description: Our adult program is designed to meet the individual needs of each person and their families impacted by drugs and alcohol. Our program focuses on the strengths of each person to facilitate achievement of goals in the areas of employment, criminal behavior, relapse, housing and family. Additionally we specialize in the areas of co-occurring mental health and alcohol and drug use disorders and medical supported detoxification. Pathways utilizes evidence based practices to provide quality care to our clients with qualified and experienced staff. The average length of stay in residential is 30 days with extended stays possible if issues are identified that require longer lengths of care. Red River Addictions Complex - 27 adult co-occurring treatment beds; 10 medically supported detox beds; 46 adult residential substance use treatment beds
Dhh/oad Thibodaux Addictive Disorders Clinic
Location: Thibodaux, LA - 70301
Contact Phone: (985) 447-0851
Website: http://new.dhh.louisiana.gov/
Description: Services Provided: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling and Treatment
Assisi Bridge House
Location: Schriever, LA - 70395
Contact Phone: (985) 872-5529
Website: http://www.htdiocese.org/
Description: The Assisi Bridge House (ABH) is a residential halfway house for chemically dependent men. The Independent Living Program (ILP) is a transitional residential program for men who have succesfully completed the ABH program. Men with addictions are given the opportunity to live in a community setting in which they make a commitment to change. Assisi Bridge House supports the 12-step program of AA, NA, etc. Each client is given a monthly treatment plan addressing his personal needs. Family participation is encouraged. The staff includes licensed, doctorate and master's level professionals and counselors with many years of experience in treating addictions.
Cada - Bossier Treatment Center
Location: Bossier City, LA - 71112
Contact Phone: (318) 747-1211
Website: http://cadanwla.org/
Description: The CADA Bossier Treatment Center houses four programs and provides a full continuum of care for adults requiring medically-assisted detox and/or residential substance abuse treatment.
Palmetto Addiction Recovery Center
Location: Rayville, LA - 71269
Contact Phone: (318) 728-2970
Website: http://www.palmettocenter.com
Description: The professionals at Palmetto Addiction Recovery Center have provided high quality Chemical Dependency Treatment for more than 20 years in Louisiana and nationwide. Palmetto offers care for male and female adults(18 and older) faced with the challenges of alcoholism and drug dependencies. Our treatment team has over 250 years of experience with recovery and treatment of addictions along with treatment for patients afflicted with coexisting psychiatric disorders. The staff at Palmetto includes addictionists, psychiatrists, psychologists, certified substance abuse counselors, masters level social workers, and a comprehensive nursing staff. At Palmetto, we believe that addiction is a primary drive that must be managed through education, cognitive restructuring, emotive therapies, and the experience of learning to live addiction free. Each of these processes helps our clients to unearth the issues that drive their addiction and learn how to halt the addictive response. In doing so, clients begin to recover from the shame and guilt that surrounds their illness, and learn how to relate to self and others in healthier ways. The goal of treatment for every client who enters Palmetto is that they are given every opportunity to develop the coping skills necessary to build a long term, self-sustaining recovery based on abstinence from alcohol, drugs, and other mood and mind altering addictions. Treatment centers often use a rigid approach to treatment that requires the patient to "plug in" to a fixed treatment program without careful evaluation. This approach to treatment often results in instances of misdiagnosis and mistreatment of the patient. A primary goal at Palmetto is to ensure that this does not occur. We believe that the key to successful treatment is accurate evaluation, which assesses all aspects of the patient's symptoms and living situation. We provide a careful medical examination to identify any medical problems resulting from substance abuse, and to properly manage any concurrent medical conditions. This is followed by a thorough psychosocial and substance abuse evaluation to identify the problems that must be addressed in the treatment of the patient and the family. Finally, if indicated, psychological testing and psychiatric evaluations are used to ensure that all psychiatric conditions are discovered and properly treated. This information is used to formulate an individual treatment plan. Every morning, our multi-disciplinary team meets to review each patient's progress so that our approach and treatment is continuously updated. Goal oriented and patient specific methods provide the basis for patient care and prevention of relapse. Palmetto's program includes the use of group, individual and family psychotherapy. Social skills, physical fitness and nutrition are stressed. Daily attendance at 12-step meetings is mandatory. Special issues such as gambling, sexual addiction and relapse prevention are addressed. Treatment with medication, if necessary, is determined by the physician.
Choices Of Louisiana Inc.
Location: La Place, LA - 70068
Contact Phone: (985) 651-3777
Website: http://www.choicesla.com/
Description: Choices of Louisiana, Inc. is a private, out-patient center with facilities located in Alexandria and LaPlace. Our out-patient facilities serve patients who are dependent on Heroin, OxyContin, and other Schedule II narcotics. The Choices facilities offer state-of-the-art medical services and have a highly-trained professional staff that is committed to the wellbeing of the patient and the community. Choices of Louisiana requires the patient to present with physical symptoms of mild withdrawals from narcotics, one year documented physical dependency to narcotics, and evidence they have the ability to pay for services. Treatment for narcotic dependence is one of the most widely studied treatments of any disease in the world. Choices' out-patient program provides the dependent individual with an array of rehabilitative services. Appropriately prescribed medication relieves withdrawal symptoms, eliminates opioid cravings, and allows for normal functioning. The efficacy of appropriate medication increases significantly when coupled with counseling, on-site medical services, and other supportive treatment services. Choices of Louisiana utilizes Methadone and Suboxone as the appropriate proven medication for patients who are unable to maintain sobriety. The proper use of this medication prevents the spread of disease, stabilizes the patient for long-term employment, and improves the patient's quality of life. The goal of our facilities is to move the patient toward a drug-free lifestyle, if medically indicated. Patients who have co-occurring disorders may be maintained by medication for a longer length of time.
Bhg Lake Charles Treatment Center
Location: Lake Charles, LA - 70601
Contact Phone: (337) 433-8281
Website: http://lake-charles.bhgrecovery.com/
Description: We are a leading provider of opioid addiction treatment services. BHG utilizes pharmacotherapy (maintenance and detoxification) as well as counseling to treat both the bio-chemical and psychosocial aspects of addiction. In doing so, BHG offers each patient the best opportunity for a successful recovery. We look forward to providing you with more information regarding how this treatment can benefit you. Our outpatient opioid addiction treatment center addresses each patient’s physical opioid addiction with either Methadone or Buprenorphine medications in combination with counseling and skill development. The choice of which medication each patient will try will usually be decided by the patient in consultation with his/her physician.
Fphsa - Northlake Addictive Disorders Clinic
Location: Mandeville, LA - 70448
Contact Phone: (985) 624-4450
Website: http://www.fphsa.org/
Description: Addictive Disorders Services (ADS) is the branch of Florida Parishes Human Services Authority that provides treatment and prevention services for addictions related to alcohol, drugs, gambling, and tobacco. Treatment of addictive disorders is very successful when it is consistent and intensive. Annually, our treatment programs in the Florida Parishes successfully treat hundreds of individuals dealing with problems associated with addiction and substance abuse. Treatment services are usually available within 48 hours of a telephone call to an outpatient clinic. FPHSA offers highly effective, non-medical, intensive counseling services, some of which have become model programs in the field of addictions treatment. Willingness to receive help is required for these programs to succeed. Group and family therapy are our primary forms of treatment, as these are widely accepted as the most effective forms of counseling for addiction and substance abuse. It is critical to empathically address individual needs with structure and without delay. Counseling provided in small groups accommodates those seeking help in a timely manner. Our outpatient clinics provide the bulk of treatment in 4 stages specifically designed to address the dynamic individual needs of lasting sobriety. All treatment is carefully assessed initially in outpatient clinics with most individuals treated exclusively in this setting. The course of treatment is reduced from daily to twice weekly after approximately 2 months and to weekly in succeeding weeks. All participants are involved in 12-step recovery programs operating outside of FPHSA clinics. Treatment duration for most is 7-9 months. Occasionally, outpatient referrals are made to our inpatient programs (the Alcohol Drug Unit and Fontainebleau Treatment Center) where individuals may reside for a brief duration. Inpatient services are accessed through the outpatient clinics only.
Baton Rouge Treatment Center
Location: Baton Rouge, LA - 70809
Contact Phone: (866) 336-1082
Website: http://www.batonrougemethadoneclinic.com/
Description: If you are addicted to Oxycontin, oxycodone, heroin, Percocet, fentanyl or other opiates, we can help. We provide medically assisted withdrawal and detoxification services to get you stabilized so you can continue with daily life while you quit for good. Our staff is licensed and experienced with using medications such as methadone, Suboxone® or Subutex® (generically known as buprenorphine) and Vivitrol® to help you withdraw as safely and painlessly as possible. You’ll also get the counseling, resources and support you need to build a new life for yourself, healthy and sober. All of our services are provided on an outpatient basis, so you can meet your work, family and relationship commitments while you go through this process. Best of all, getting into our outpatient treatment program is fast, easy and affordable. In fact, it’s covered by most insurance. You don’t need to have all the answers. You just need to be ready to make a change. Our team of experts will be at your side to support you every step of the way.
Bhg New Orleans Downtown Treatment Center
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70112
Contact Phone: (504) 524-7205
Website: http://new-orleans-downtown.bhgrecovery.com/
Description: We are a leading provider of opioid addiction treatment services. BHG utilizes pharmacotherapy (maintenance and detoxification) as well as counseling to treat both the bio-chemical and psychosocial aspects of addiction. In doing so, BHG offers each patient the best opportunity for a successful recovery. We look forward to providing you with more information regarding how this treatment can benefit you. Our outpatient opioid addiction treatment center addresses each patient’s physical opioid addiction with either Methadone or Buprenorphine medications in combination with counseling and skill development. The choice of which medication each patient will try will usually be decided by the patient in consultation with his/her physician.
Alternative Outpatient Services
Location: Lafayette, LA - 70503
Contact Phone: (337) 234-0830
Website: http://www.aoshelp.com/
Description: Alternative Outpatient Services was formed to help individuals receive counseling and rehabilitation therapy. We are dedicated to serving our clients with the most professional and confidential care available.
Pathways Community Health - Bridge House
Location: Pineville, LA - 71360
Contact Phone: (888) 403-1071
Website: http://compasshealthhome.org/
Description: 31-beds serving veterans and men with substance use issues
In Process Inc
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70121
Contact Phone: (504) 485-0240
Website: http://www.inprocessinc.com
Description: In Process' mission is to encourage and support ADHD individuals, couples, and families to live more effective and satisfying lives. Our purpose is to assist others to discover and use their unique strengths, feel better about themselves, and approach each new day with enthusiasm and hope.
Aahsd - Dr. Joseph Henry Tyler Jr. Behavioral Health Clinic
Location: Lafayette, LA - 70506
Contact Phone: (337) 262-4100
Website: http://www.aahsd.org/
Description: This location was established in 1955 as a pilot project to provide psychiatric outpatient care to residents in a geographical area which was not close to available psychiatric inpatient facilities. The clinic evolved into a comprehensive Community Mental Health facility in 1973 when Federal and State funds made construction available for housing such a facility. The facility was licensed as a psychiatric hospital in June of 1975 and located on Saint Julien St. in Lafayette, LA which housed the Mental Health, Addictive Disorders, and Developmental Disabilities offices at one time. Then moved into current building in 2002.
Cahsd - East Feliciana Center For Addiction Recovery
Location: Clinton, LA - 70720
Contact Phone: (225) 925-1906
Website: http://www.cahsd.org/
Description: Addiction Recovery Services provides comprehensive treatment and recovery support for individuals and their families affected by substance abuse/dependency, co-occurring disorders, or a gambling addition. We help clients learn how to better manage their lives by facilitating recovery from addictions. With our assistance, clients reconcile family relationships, establish independence, and deal with problems associated with their addiction.
Coushatta Center For Addictive Disorders
Location: Coushatta, LA - 71019
Contact Phone: (318) 932-7076
Website: http://www.natchitochesoad.blogspot.com/
Description: The Natchitoches Center for Addictive Disorders was established in 1975. In 1994, the center moved into a new building constructed specifically for Addictive Disorders and Mental Health by the Natchitoches Parish Hospital. As part of Region VII, Office for Addictive Disorders, state of Louisiana, the center provides prevention education, treatment, and services to three areas including Natchitoches, Sabine, & Red River Parishes. We are committed to removing barriers to treatment, thus offering rural patients opportunities for supportive services. Appropriate services are provided regardless of age, sex, religion, race, color, national origin and/or disability.
Fphsa - Alcohol & Drug Unit (adu)
Location: Mandeville, LA - 70448
Contact Phone: (985) 624-4121
Website: http://www.fphsa.org/
Description: FPHSA has two inpatient substance abuse treatment programs, Fontainebleau Treatment Center (FTC) and the Alcohol Drug Unit (ADU).
Parish Of Ascension - Ascension Counseling Center
Location: Donaldsonville, LA - 70346
Contact Phone: (225) 473-8342
Website: http://www.ascensionparish.net/
Description: Ascension Counseling Center is a parish agency that provides outpatient and mental health and substance abuse treatment to Ascension residents. Offices are located in Gonzales and Donaldsonville. The professional staff includes psychiatrists, master's level mental health counselors, substance abuse counselors, and a nurse.
Family Service Of Greater New Orleans - Drug Court Treatment Program
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70119
Contact Phone: (504) 822-2130
Website: http://www.fsgno.org/
Description: Family Service provides substance abuse treatment for clients referred through the Orleans Parish District Court. Family Service works collaboratively with the District Court to ensure that clients receive the necessary support to lead safe, drug-free lives. Clients must be referred directly by the Court and is not open to other referral sources.
Pointe Coupee Human Services Center
Location: New Roads, LA - 70760
Contact Phone: (225) 638-7663
Website: http://www.pchsc.org/
Description: The mission of the Pointe Coupee Human Services Center is to increase the availability and accessibility of appropriate, effective, community-based prevention, treatment, and assessment/referral services for individuals faced with chemical use problems, in order to improve the lifestyles of the citizens of Pointe Coupee Parish.
Nedhsa Columbia Clinic
Location: Columbia, LA - 71418
Contact Phone: (318) 649-2333
Website: http://nedeltahsa.org/
Description: We are inspired to serve as catalyst in transforming the lives of our citizens. Our phoenix logo represents the shedding of old ways and renewal toward a better existence. It also represents the sun that sinks below the horizon each day and fades away into ashes, rising again each day anew. The ashes are not those of destruction, but rather of hope and wisdom. As with the phoenix, we are always in some phase of growth and transformation. We use the ashes of our former selves to create the person we are destined to become.
Fphsa - Slidell Addictive Disorders Clinic
Location: Slidell, LA - 70458
Contact Phone: (985) 646-6406
Website: http://www.fphsa.org/
Description: Addictive Disorders Services (ADS) is the branch of Florida Parishes Human Services Authority that provides treatment and prevention services for addictions related to alcohol, drugs, gambling, and tobacco. Treatment of addictive disorders is very successful when it is consistent and intensive. Annually, our treatment programs in the Florida Parishes successfully treat hundreds of individuals dealing with problems associated with addiction and substance abuse. Treatment services are usually available within 48 hours of a telephone call to an outpatient clinic. FPHSA offers highly effective, non-medical, intensive counseling services, some of which have become model programs in the field of addictions treatment. Willingness to receive help is required for these programs to succeed. Group and family therapy are our primary forms of treatment, as these are widely accepted as the most effective forms of counseling for addiction and substance abuse. It is critical to empathically address individual needs with structure and without delay. Counseling provided in small groups accommodates those seeking help in a timely manner. Our outpatient clinics provide the bulk of treatment in 4 stages specifically designed to address the dynamic individual needs of lasting sobriety. All treatment is carefully assessed initially in outpatient clinics with most individuals treated exclusively in this setting. The course of treatment is reduced from daily to twice weekly after approximately 2 months and to weekly in succeeding weeks. All participants are involved in 12-step recovery programs operating outside of FPHSA clinics. Treatment duration for most is 7-9 months. Occasionally, outpatient referrals are made to our inpatient programs (the Alcohol Drug Unit and Fontainebleau Treatment Center) where individuals may reside for a brief duration. Inpatient services are accessed through the outpatient clinics only.
Odyssey House Louisiana - Detox Program
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70119
Contact Phone: (504) 324-3710
Website: http://www.ohlinc.org/
Description: OHL offers medically supported detox services to individuals 22 or older suffering from addiction and withdrawal. OHL’s Medically Supported Detox accepts clients and referrals for its program 7 days a week. OHL's Medically Supported Detox Facility has beds available for individuals who cannot afford private detox and rehab, but who do not need the high level of care of a hospital-based detox. The Medically Supported Detox utilizes basic oral medications to treat symptoms of withdrawal. OHL’s Medically Supported Detox Facility is appropriate for people who have chronically abused many types of substances, especially opiate pain pills, prescribed anxiety and muscle relaxing medications, alcohol, and heroin. Detox treatment typically lasts 4 - 7 days. As the OHL Medically Supported Detox is affiliated with OHL's other substance treatment programs, the motivated client can easily transition to a short term residential program or be referred to intensive or supportive outpatient services based on their individual needs.
Fphsa - Hammond Addictive Disorders Clinic
Location: Hammond, LA - 70401
Contact Phone: (985) 543-4730
Website: http://www.fphsa.org/
Description: Addictive Disorders Services (ADS) is the branch of Florida Parishes Human Services Authority that provides treatment and prevention services for addictions related to alcohol, drugs, gambling, and tobacco. Treatment of addictive disorders is very successful when it is consistent and intensive. Annually, our treatment programs in the Florida Parishes successfully treat hundreds of individuals dealing with problems associated with addiction and substance abuse. Treatment services are usually available within 48 hours of a telephone call to an outpatient clinic. FPHSA offers highly effective, non-medical, intensive counseling services, some of which have become model programs in the field of addictions treatment. Willingness to receive help is required for these programs to succeed. Group and family therapy are our primary forms of treatment, as these are widely accepted as the most effective forms of counseling for addiction and substance abuse. It is critical to empathically address individual needs with structure and without delay. Counseling provided in small groups accommodates those seeking help in a timely manner. Our outpatient clinics provide the bulk of treatment in 4 stages specifically designed to address the dynamic individual needs of lasting sobriety. All treatment is carefully assessed initially in outpatient clinics with most individuals treated exclusively in this setting. The course of treatment is reduced from daily to twice weekly after approximately 2 months and to weekly in succeeding weeks. All participants are involved in 12-step recovery programs operating outside of FPHSA clinics. Treatment duration for most is 7-9 months. Occasionally, outpatient referrals are made to our inpatient programs (the Alcohol Drug Unit and Fontainebleau Treatment Center) where individuals may reside for a brief duration. Inpatient services are accessed through the outpatient clinics only.
Power House Services Inc
Location: Gonzales, LA - 70737
Contact Phone: (225) 647-8277
Website: http://www.powerhouseprograms.com
Description: Power House is a male-specific residential care facility located in Gonzales, Louisiana. Residents must have participated in a primary treatment program for substance abuse. The program is divided into three phases, and is staffed by a Board Certified Social Worker, and a Board Certified Substance Abuse Counselor.
Westbank Addictive Disorders Clinic
Location: Marrero, LA - 70072
Contact Phone: (504) 349-8708
Website: http://jphsa.org
Description: The mission of Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority is individuals and families in Jefferson Parish affected by Mental Illness, Addictive Disorders or Developmental Disabilities shall live full, independent and productive lives to the greatest extent possible for available resources, including the integration of primary care into clinical services.
Choices Of Louisiana Inc.
Location: Hammond, LA - 70401
Contact Phone: (985) 419-1666
Website: http://www.choicesla.com/
Description: Choices of Louisiana, Inc. is a private, out-patient center with facilities located in Alexandria and LaPlace. Our out-patient facilities serve patients who are dependent on Heroin, OxyContin, and other Schedule II narcotics. The Choices facilities offer state-of-the-art medical services and have a highly-trained professional staff that is committed to the wellbeing of the patient and the community. Choices of Louisiana requires the patient to present with physical symptoms of mild withdrawals from narcotics, one year documented physical dependency to narcotics, and evidence they have the ability to pay for services. Treatment for narcotic dependence is one of the most widely studied treatments of any disease in the world. Choices' out-patient program provides the dependent individual with an array of rehabilitative services. Appropriately prescribed medication relieves withdrawal symptoms, eliminates opioid cravings, and allows for normal functioning. The efficacy of appropriate medication increases significantly when coupled with counseling, on-site medical services, and other supportive treatment services. Choices of Louisiana utilizes Methadone and Suboxone as the appropriate proven medication for patients who are unable to maintain sobriety. The proper use of this medication prevents the spread of disease, stabilizes the patient for long-term employment, and improves the patient's quality of life. The goal of our facilities is to move the patient toward a drug-free lifestyle, if medically indicated. Patients who have co-occurring disorders may be maintained by medication for a longer length of time.
Cahsd - West Feliciana Center For Addiction Recovery
Location: Saint Francisville, LA - 70775
Contact Phone: (225) 925-1906
Website: http://www.cahsd.org/
Description: Addiction Recovery Services provides comprehensive treatment and recovery support for individuals and their families affected by substance abuse/dependency, co-occurring disorders, or a gambling addition. We help clients learn how to better manage their lives by facilitating recovery from addictions. With our assistance, clients reconcile family relationships, establish independence, and deal with problems associated with their addiction.
Jefferson Addictive Disorders Clinic
Location: Metairie, LA - 70001
Contact Phone: (504) 838-5257
Website: http://www.jphsa.org
Description: The mission of Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority is individuals and families in Jefferson Parish affected by Mental Illness, Addictive Disorders or Developmental Disabilities shall live full, independent and productive lives to the greatest extent possible for available resources, including the integration of primary care into clinical services.
Vermilion Behavioral Health Systems
Location: Lafayette, LA - 70507
Contact Phone: (877) 654-3032
Website: http://www.acadiavermilion.com/
Description: Accredited by the Joint Commission and licensed by the State of Louisiana, Vermilion Behavioral Health Systems is the largest, longest free-standing, comprehensive provider of behavioral health services in the Heart of Acadiana. Serving adolescents, adults, geriatrics and members of the military suffering from mental illness, chemical dependency, and co-occurring disorders for over two decades, Vermilion offers an array of individualized treatments and specialized programs. Substance abuse refers to harmful or hazardous use of psychoactive substances, including alcohol and illicit drugs. Additionally, substance abuse and addiction is a complex illness that is characterized by intense and uncontrollable cravings, paired with compulsive drug seeking and use that are continued despite the presence of devastating consequences. While no one takes a drug or drinks alcohol for the first time with the intention of becoming an addict, over time an individual’s ability to choose not to take these substances is compromised and their life becomes entirely consumed with using. Furthermore, psychoactive substances can lead to development of behavioral, cognitive, and physiological problems that develop after repeated use. Here at Vermilion we understand that right now you may be feeling that there is no hope in being able to control your substance abuse, however with the right treatment and support, many are able to overcome their addictions and lead a sober lifestyle. With special attention paid to individualized treatment that is compassionate, comprehensive, and high quality, the programs offered at Vermilion are specifically designed to meet the needs of our patients. At Vermilion we implement therapeutic techniques that are proven and evidence-based in a structured and safe environment beneficial to healing and recovery. Our experienced and qualified staff provide ongoing support as each patient submerges themselves in the therapeutic process and works on improving mental, emotional, and social wellness. We recognize that substance abuse and addiction is cycle of destruction that is very difficult to escape from and that it not only affects the user, but his or her loved ones as well. Vermilion Behavioral Health Systems offers hope for a healthier future by being the premier provider of mental health and chemical dependency treatment.
Many Center For Addictive Disorders
Location: Many, LA - 71449
Contact Phone: (318) 256-4136
Website: http://www.natchitochesoad.blogspot.com/
Description: The Natchitoches Center for Addictive Disorders was established in 1975. In 1994, the center moved into a new building constructed specifically for Addictive Disorders and Mental Health by the Natchitoches Parish Hospital. As part of Region VII, Office for Addictive Disorders, state of Louisiana, the center provides prevention education, treatment, and services to three areas including Natchitoches, Sabine, & Red River Parishes. We are committed to removing barriers to treatment, thus offering rural patients opportunities for supportive services. Appropriate services are provided regardless of age, sex, religion, race, color, national origin and/or disability.
Bayne-jones Army Community Hospital - Army Substance Abuse Program
Location: Fort Polk, LA - 71459
Contact Phone: (337) 531-1972
Website: http://www.polk.amedd.army.mil
Description: Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital has become one of the premiere Army facilities where the staff clearly lives up to their motto, "We Provide the Best."
Center For Behavioral Health - Shreveport
Location: Shreveport, LA - 71101
Contact Phone: (318) 425-3400
Website: http://centerforbehavioralhealth.com/
Description: We are a group of outpatient treatment programs that provide services for various drug and alcohol related problems with a focus on treating opiate addiction. Counseling is an important and critical part of treatment. We offer one-on-one counseling, as well as family and group counseling. Our counselors’ diverse backgrounds and personalities allow our patients to find a fit that is right for them. In addition to counseling, our services include case management, medication monitoring and referral and discharge planning.
Saint Charles Parish Hospital - Adult Behavioral Health Unit
Location: Luling, LA - 70070
Contact Phone: (985) 785-6242
Website: http://www.ochsner.org/locations/st_charles_parish_hospital/
Description: St. Charles Parish Hospital has been providing healthcare services to our community since 1959. As we partner with Ochsner Health System, our goal is to continue to improve healthcare services and thereby improving the healthcare status of our community.
Sclhsa - Lafourche Behavioral Health Center
Location: Raceland, LA - 70394
Contact Phone: (985) 537-6823
Website: http://www.sclhsa.org/
Description: The South Central Louisiana Human Services Authority (SCLHSA) was created by Act 449 of the 2006 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature. This legislation merged the Offices of Mental Health, Addictive Disorders and Citizens with Developmental Disabilities into one integrated entity effective July 2, 2010. SCLHSA is responsible for overseeing and performing functions related to the care, training, treatment and education of individuals with addictive, mental and emotional disorders. The role of SCLHSA is to promote recovery and resiliency through the services and supports in the community that are preventative, accessible, comprehensive and dynamic. SCLHSA serves Terrebonne, Lafourche, St. Mary, Assumption, St. James, St. John, and St. Charles parishes in south Louisiana.
Responsibility House
Location: Terrytown, LA - 70056
Contact Phone: (504) 367-4426
Website: http://www.responsibilityhouse.org/
Description: We serve the community by providing treatment, support, and counseling to dedicated families and individuals who struggle with substance abuse, homelessness, mental illness, or HIV/AIDS.
Rhd Louisiana Intensive Outpatient Programs
Location: Gretna, LA - 70056
Contact Phone: (504) 361-9573
Website: http://www.rhd.org/
Description: Resources for Human Development’s Louisiana Intensive Outpatient Program (RHD-LA IOP+) provides substance abuse treatment to adults in the greater New Orleans area who are in need of a level of care less intensive than inpatient and more intensive than outpatient services. Utilizing an empowerment, strengths based Recovery Model; Intensive Outpatient Treatment aims to promote self-efficacy through group, individual, and family therapy with auxiliary case management and pro-social, sober living services resulting in a holistic and individualistic approach to client recovery. The overarching goal of the program is to address the gap in step down substance abuse services in the greater New Orleans area.
Dhh/oad Alexandria/pineville Addictive Disorders Clinic
Location: Pineville, LA - 71360
Contact Phone: (318) 487-5191
Website: http://new.dhh.louisiana.gov/
Description: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling and Treatment Center
Aahsd - Crowley Behavioral Health Clinic
Location: Crowley, LA - 70526
Contact Phone: (337) 788-7511
Website: http://www.aahsd.org/
Description: Originally this office was an outreach of the Lafayette clinic and operated in a facility loaned by the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s office. The doors opened in 1965 with a caseload of about 90 clients, most of which were transfers from Lafayette or Lake Charles locations. At one point, the caseload grew to over 1,300 MH clients. We then entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Federal Probation and Parole to provide addictive disorders services. Crowley Addictive Disorders Clinic and Crowley Mental Health merged to form Crowley Behavioral Health Clinic in 2011. Serves Acadia Parish.
Baton Rouge Area Alcohol And Drug Center Inc.
Location: Baton Rouge, LA - 70802
Contact Phone: (225) 389-3325
Website: http://www.braadc.org/
Description: BRAADC is an in-patient detoxification center that operates 24 hour a day, 7 days a week, with a capacity of 24 beds for those individuals who are 18 years or older and who have used drugs and/or alcohol within the last 7 days. We are a non-profit organization [IRS status 501c(3)] with a 18 member volunteer Board of Directors. Conceived as a charitable non-profit agency in 1972, we are currently funded by the City-Parish of East Baton Rouge, Capital Area Human Services District, Capital Area United Way, and private donors. We aim to serve the entire state of Louisiana with a focus on the Greater Baton Rouge Area.
Sclhsa - Terrebonne Behavioral Health Center
Location: Houma, LA - 70360
Contact Phone: (985) 857-3615
Website: http://www.sclhsa.org/
Description: The South Central Louisiana Human Services Authority (SCLHSA) was created by Act 449 of the 2006 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature. This legislation merged the Offices of Mental Health, Addictive Disorders and Citizens with Developmental Disabilities into one integrated entity effective July 2, 2010. SCLHSA is responsible for overseeing and performing functions related to the care, training, treatment and education of individuals with addictive, mental and emotional disorders. The role of SCLHSA is to promote recovery and resiliency through the services and supports in the community that are preventative, accessible, comprehensive and dynamic. SCLHSA serves Terrebonne, Lafourche, St. Mary, Assumption, St. James, St. John, and St. Charles parishes in south Louisiana.
Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc.
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70112
Contact Phone: (504) 522-7754
Website: http://www.arrno.com/
Description: Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc. is led by a dedicated multidisciplinary team of well trained and highly credentialed addiction treatment professionals with over 100 years of combined experience in the addiction and behavioral health fields. Our mission and philosophy are our guidelines for patient care. We are a committed group of professionals with core beliefs that drive our daily spirit in treating addiction.
Odyssey House Louisiana - Odyssey House Academy For Adolescents
Location: New Orleans, LA - 70119
Contact Phone: (504) 324-8288
Website: http://www.ohlinc.org/
Description: Odyssey House Academy provides intensive substance abuse counseling, relapse prevention, psychiatric services and educational services to adolescents ages 13-17. The program is individualized and length of stay will depend on need of resident. While at the Academy, residents participate in individual, family and/or group therapies, and educational instruction. Over the course of their treatment at the Academy, residents participate in daily individual, family and/or group therapies and educational instruction. The therapeutic community model is used to provide residents with the needed skills to make choices to live a drug free life. Parental involvement is required to allow for weekly family therapy sessions and prepare the resident and his/her family for the resident’s discharge back into the family and community. Educational services are provided year round. The educational staff communicates with the adolescents’ teachers so that residents can be instructed on materials currently being taught at their grade level. Each resident is tested academically at admission and discharge to provide the parents and community school with the child’s academic progression while at Odyssey House Academy. Academic instruction includes the use of the Academy’s computer lab and GED instruction is given, as needed. The admission criteria are as follows: Must be between the ages of 13 – 17 years of age; Must have a drug/alcohol addiction; Must be medically cleared and accepted by OHL medical staff. The staff is made up of a psychiatrist, licensed clinical therapists, certified teachers, nursing staff and recovery support staff.
Parish Of Ascension - Ascension Counseling Center
Location: Gonzales, LA - 70737
Contact Phone: (225) 450-1016
Website: http://www.ascensionparish.net/
Description: Ascension Counseling Center is a parish agency that provides outpatient and mental health and substance abuse treatment to Ascension residents. Offices are located in Gonzales and Donaldsonville. The professional staff includes psychiatrists, master's level mental health counselors, substance abuse counselors, and a nurse.
Pathways Community Health - Joseph R. Briscoe Treatment Center
Location: Lake Charles, LA - 70615
Contact Phone: (337) 433-3786
Website: http://compasshealthhome.org/
Description: 38 adult residential substance abuse treatment bedsL 8 medically supported detox beds
Phase 4 Assisi Bridge House
Location: Houma, LA - 70364
Contact Phone: (985) 872-5529
Website: http://www.htdiocese.org/
Description: The Assisi Bridge House is a non-profit, residential halfway house and independent living program providing extended secondary treatment to any man who is working to recover from chemical dependency. The program is focused upon developing personal and social skills to assist a man in becoming a well-rounded individual within our society.
Cada - Dan J. Talley Memorial Center
Location: Shreveport, LA - 71104
Contact Phone: (318) 222-8511
Website: http://cadanwla.org/
Description: The Dan J. Talley Memorial Center houses outpatient and intensive outpatient programs in addition to the Employment Assistance Program of Louisiana and drug screening services. This facility also houses the Access to Community Education (ACE) Program, the Louisiana Horse Racing Industry Program, and the CADA School of Addiction and Behavioral Health (CSABH).
Aahsd - Ville Platte Behavioral Health Clinic
Location: Ville Platte, LA - 70586
Contact Phone: (337) 363-5525
Website: http://www.aahsd.org/
Description: The clinic opened on December 20, 1967 as an extension of Crowley Mental Health Clinic operating one day a week with five (5) clients who transferred from the Crowley clinic. The staff consisted of an administrator and nurse who traveled to and from Ville Platte with prescription medication and medical records in a green metal locked box. The clinic was furnished with metal folding chairs borrowed from the teenage center and painted in bright colors and the first desk consisted of a sheet of plywood, sawed in half and nailed on a 2’ by 4’ frame. In 1971, the clinic began operating on a full-time basis and implemented the first Suicide Prevention Program in the State for Evangeline Parish in 1982. Addictive Disorder Services began in the neighboring building as an outreach of the Opelousas Addictive Disorders Clinic. The Ville Platte Addictive Disorders and Mental Health Clinics merged into one building in 2011.
Brentwood Hospital
Location: Shreveport, LA - 71101
Contact Phone: (318) 678-7500
Website: http://brentwoodbehavioral.com/
Description: Brentwood Hospital is a 200-bed psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment facility that offers psychiatric services for children, adolescents, adults and seniors. At Brentwood, we strive to revitalize lives through compassion and innovative care. Serving Louisiana, east Texas and south Arkansas for more than 44 years, Brentwood Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission and is certified and approved by TRICARE®, Medicare and Medicaid.
New Horizons Savoy Medical Center
Location: Mamou, LA - 70554
Contact Phone: (337) 468-0111
Website: http://www.savoymedical.com
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Nedhsa Bastrop Clinic
Location: Bastrop, LA - 71220
Contact Phone: (318) 283-0868
Website: http://nedeltahsa.org/
Description: NE Delta HSA directs and manages the operation of community-based programs to improve the quality of life of people with major mental illnesses, addictive disorders and developmental disabilities. We are devoted to deliver programs and services that encourage people to reach their true human potential. Three tenets guide all of our actions: excellent customer service, greater access to services, and quality, competent care.
Glenwood Regional Medical Center - Behavioral Health Unit
Location: West Monroe, LA - 71291
Contact Phone: (318) 329-4525
Website: http://www.grmc.com
Description: Learning to cope. That’s one of the goals of Glenwood Regional Medical Center’s Behavioral Health Unit. We understand that everyone doesn't always react to stress, trauma or emotional pain in the same way. That's why we're committed to providing our adult patients with appropriate coping resources to help them survive during a crisis situation.
Willis-knighton Health System - Behavioral Medical Institute - Addiction Recovery Center
Location: Shreveport, LA - 71118
Contact Phone: (318) 212-5072
Website: http://www.wkhs.com/
Description: Located on the campus of Willis-Knighton South, the Institute for Behavioral Medicine offers inpatient, partial hospitalization and outpatient programs. Services include geriatric psychiatric care, adult psychiatry and individual and family therapy. The Institute’s Addiction Recovery Center has an excellent record in the treatment of substance abuse among adults with inpatient medical detox, outpatient and evening programs. The Institute’s team includes psychiatrists, other physicians, psychologists, licensed counselors, social workers, nurses, occupational therapists and family therapists. Dependence on drugs or alcohol can be disastrous. It threatens the life and safety of the abusers, their families, and, often, the community. In spite of the frustration and confusion associated with these problems, it is important to know that recovery from addiction can, and does, happen regularly...and with long-term positive results. Our Intensive Outpatient Program serves both patients and their families as they learn to cope with and recover from alcoholism and addiction to other drugs. Our program provides both group and family therapy, and focuses on relapse prevention, healthy coping skills, and communication skills needed for successful recovery. Depending on the needs of the individual, our staff also provides treatment for depression, anxiety, grief, post-traumatic stress, bipolar disorder and other mood and behavioral issues. The Addiction Recovery Center offers a no-charge assessment prior to admission. Treatment may begin at any level of care, from early detox to support after inpatient rehab, depending on the severity of the addiction.
Nedhsa Women & Children’s Clinic
Location: Monroe, LA - 71201
Contact Phone: (318) 362-5188
Website: http://nedeltahsa.org/
Description: NE Delta HSA directs and manages the operation of community-based programs to improve the quality of life of people with major mental illnesses, addictive disorders and developmental disabilities. We are devoted to deliver programs and services that encourage people to reach their true human potential. Three tenets guide all of our actions: excellent customer service, greater access to services, and quality, competent care.
Fphsa - Fontainebleau Treatment Center
Location: Mandeville, LA - 70448
Contact Phone: (985) 624-4100
Website: http://www.fphsa.org/
Description: FPHSA has two inpatient substance abuse treatment programs, Fontainebleau Treatment Center (FTC) and the Alcohol Drug Unit (ADU).
Family Services Of Greater New Orleans - Westbank Office
Location: Gretna, LA - 70056
Contact Phone: (504) 361-0926
Website: http://www.fsgno.org/
Description: Family Service of Greater New Orleans strengthens the emotional health and fosters the self-sufficiency of families and individuals. Family Service of Greater New Orleans is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing counseling and community education to families in need. Since its founding in 1896, Family Service has equipped children, families and individuals throughout the metropolitan area with the skills they need to overcome trauma and adversity. With our sliding fee scale and ongoing community support, clients from every income level may benefit from our services.
Aahsd - Opelousas Mental Health Clinic
Location: Opelousas, LA - 70570
Contact Phone: (337) 948-0226
Website: http://www.aahsd.org/
Description: This clinic started as an outreach of Tyler Mental Health Center working in Opelousas at the original hospital with folding chairs in the lobby. The winter months were a challenge as staff shared a pair of mittens and sometimes wore thermals to make it through the day. When Opelousas Mental Health Clinic began operating 5 days a week in 2001, the Clinic was moved to a new location with beautiful floors, a new parking lot and gorgeous chandeliers. The Opelousas Addictive Disorders Clinic moved into this location in 2011.
Northwest Regional Center For Addictive Disorders
Location: Shreveport, LA - 71129
Contact Phone: (318) 632-2040
Website: http://www.nwrcad07.blogspot.com/
Description: In November 1970, the Northwest Regional Center for Addictive Disorders (NWRCAD) began as the Shreveport Alcoholism Clinic and Counseling Service. The Shreveport Alcoholism Clinic and Counseling Service opened for business January 1971. In 1983, Shreveport Alcoholism Clinic and Counseling Service moved to Bossier, consolidate with the Bossier City Substance Abuse Clinic, and then named Bossier-Shreveport Substance Abuse Clinic. In March 1989, the Bossier-Shreveport Substance Abuse Clinic moved to 6244 Greenwood Road in west Shreveport adjacent to the Pines Treatment Center as the Northwest Regional Alcohol and Drug Abuse Clinic. In July of 1999, the Clinic moved to its present location as Northwest Regional Center for Addictive Disorders. Our outreach programs provide outpatient substance abuse treatment services for Louisiana residents living in Caddo, Bossier, DeSoto, Red River, Bienville, Claiborne, and Webster Parishes. We also make referrals to inpatient facilities.

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