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FOOD RESOURCES FOOD PANTRIES Central City Community Church 2259 Oretha C Haley Blvd New Orleans, LA 70113 open: Fri 11am-1pm

Central City Senior Center

2020 Jackson Ave 2128 Felicity St New Orleans, LA 70113

Every 3 months-check with the center for date…ID REQU IRED

Covenant Presbyterian

open: 1st and 3rd Saturdays 10am-12pm..ID REQUIRED

First Evangelist Housing Corp Food for Families- Edna Pilsbury Clinic Food for Families- Ida Hymel Health Clinic

2826 Martin Luther King Blvd New Orleans, LA 70113

open: Wed & Fri 9:30 am to 2:00 pm… ID REQUIRED

2222 Simon Bolivar Ave

2nd and 4th Thursdays 9am-12pm (noon)…ID REQUIRED

1111 Newton St. 916 Saint Andrew St New Orleans, LA 70130

2nd and 4th Thursdays 9am-12pm (noon)…ID REQUIRED

Hope House

open: Mon 9am-1pm, Tues-Thur 9am-4pm, closed for lunch 12:30-1:30…ID REQUIRED

Islamic Relief Israeliete Divine Spiritual Church Just the Right Attitude Lift Up My Name Higher Church Living Witness Ministry

2932 Simon Bolivar Ave New Orleans, LA 70113 3000 Frenchman St. 6836 Bundy St. 1423 Pauline St. 1528 Oretha C Haley Blvd New Orleans, LA 70113 729 Second St New Orleans, LA 70130

open: Mon-Wed 10:00 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Check with church…ID REQUIRED Mon, Tues &Th Breakfast 8am-10am; Mon-Fri Hot Lunch and Food Pantry 10am-1:30pm…ID REQUIRED Mon, Wed & Fri 1pm-3pm...ID REQUIRED open: Mon, W ed, Fri 1-3pm...ID REQUIRED

Rachel Sims Baptist Mission

open: Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri 9:30 am to 3:00 pm, Thurs 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm….ID REQUIRED

St. John the Baptist

1920 Clio St New Orleans, LA 70113 1802 Tulane Ave New Orleans, LA 70112 400 N. Rampart St New Orleans, LA 70112

open: Mon-Fri 9am -1pm open: Mon-Fri 9:00 am to 12:00 pm...ID REQUIRED

St Joseph Church

St. Jude Church

open: Tues-Fri 10 am to 12 pm...ID REQUIRED

HOT MEALS Common Ground 1700 Deslonde St. Breakfast 6:30am-8am…Lunch 11am-1pm…Dinner7pm8:30pm Breakfast 6:30am-8am…Lunch 11am-1pm…Dinner7pm8:30pm Tues 11am-1pm Mon-Fri 11am-12:30pm Mon-Sun Breakfast 6am…Lunch 2pm….Dinner 6pm Mon-Sun Breakfast 6:30am-8am…Dinner 5:30pm-7:30pm Th & Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm

Common Ground First Emanuel Baptist Church Mercy Endeavors Ozanam Inn Salvation Army St. George Episcopal Church

2225 Congress St. 1829 Carondelet 1017 St. Andrew St. 843 Camp St. 4500 Claiborne Ave 4600 St. Charles Ave

CLOTHING RESOURCES

MEDICAL RESOURCES GENERAL HEALTH CARE FACILITIES Algiers-Fischer Community Health 1111 Newton Street Center New Orleans, LA Phone: 504-658-2550 Hours: M-F 8 am - 4 pm Prenatal, family planning, pediatric and adult health care. Mental health care. W IC and KIDMED. Call to make an appointment. W alk-ins also accepted. Primary and urgent/emergency mediacl care for children up to age 21, infectious disese, specialty care. Bilingual services.

Children's Hospital

200 Henry Clay Ave. New Orleans LA. 70118

Phone: 504-896-9511

Common Ground Health Clinic

Phone: 504-361-9800 Fax: 504-368-9836 1400 Teche St. New Orleans LA Hours: Mon 2pm-5 pm, Tues 9am- Pediatric and adult health care.Lab available. Counseling. 70114 12(noon), Wed 10am-3pm, Sat HIV testing. W alk-in/sign-in one hour before clinic opens. 12(noon)-3pm Website: www.cghc.org S. Claiborne Ave and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (mobile clinic) New Orleans LA Oficina (en espanol):504-377-7281 Primary health care, immunizations, herbal medicine, first Clinica #: 504-361aid, vaccines and wound care. Doctor on site, have 9800 Hours: Thurs. 7 respirators, goggles, and gloves. am-9 am Phone: 504-347-9988 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm & Sat 9am2pm Phone: 504-941-6041 Fax: 504-941-9991 Hours: Mon-Fri 10am- 5pm Sat: 8am-2pm Carrolton location ONLY Website:www.thedcsno.org Phone: 504-207-3060 Fax: 504 -207-3067 Phone: 504-903-2373 504-658-2540 Fax: 504-903-5157 Hours: M-F 8am - 4:30 pm Website: www.mclno.org Free eye exams and glasses to homeless individuals . Must provide verification from shelter. Low income program. Call for appointment.

Common Ground Latino Health Outreach

Crescent City Vision

5728 Lapalco Boulevard Marrero, LA 70072

Daughters of Charity Health CenterSt. Cecilia

4201 N. Rampart St. New Orleans LA 70117

Pediatric and adult health care. Accepts Medicaid, medicare and private insurance. Patients without insurance may qualify for subsidized care.

Daughters of Charity Health Center- 3201 Carrolton Blvd Uptown New Orleans, LA

Pediatric and adult health care

Delgado Clinic Building/ Hutchinson 1545 Tulane Ave. Hutchinson Clinic Bldg. New Orleans LA 70112

Pediatric and adult health care.

Drop In Clinic

Phone: 504-584-1112 (23 yrs and under) Phone: 504-988-3000 (24 yrs+) Fax: 504-584-1183 611 N Rampart St. New Orleans Hours: Peds (0-12 yrs) Pediatric and adolescent health care. Reproductive health LA 70116 Mon-Fri 9 am-12(noon); Adolescents care. Call for an appointment. (13-23yrs): Mon-Fri 1pm-5pm Reproductive: Mon&Wed 5pm-9pm; Sat 9am-1pm Phone: 504-565-7283/2 Fax: 504-565-8057 Hours: M-F 8 am-4 pm Pediatric and adult health care. W IC. Health care for homeless. Dental care, mental illness and substance abuse treatment Pediatric and adult medical care, school forms/physicals, asthma, blood pressure checked, prescription services. Vaccines, Hepatitis B and Tetanus Comprehensive routine examinations, internal medicine, sports physical, hearing and vision screnings, immunizations, chronic disease management, acute care, sexually transmitted disease screening and treatment and assistance with obtaining medications. All ages in the community accepted.

Edna Pilsbury Health Clinic

2222 Simon Bolivar Ave. New Orleans LA 70113

FEMA DRC, Westbank

15 Westbank Expressway

Hours: 9am - 6 pm daily

Frederick A. Douglas Senior High School Based Clinic

3815 Burgundy New Orleans, LA 70117

Phone: 504- 942-5950 Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 am to 4:30 pm closed holidays

LSU Dental Services

Phone: 504- 619-8770

Call to get on waiting list and for future clinic locations. Patients should expect to pay 1/3 to 1/2 private practice rates.

LSUHSC Dept of Pediatrics

200 Henry Clay Ave New Orleans, LA 70118

Phone: (504) 896-2723 FAX: (504) 896-2720 Hours: Mon-Fri 7:45 am - 4:30 pm www.medschool.lsuhsc.edu/pediatrics Email: cbodet@lsuhsc.edu Phone: 504-565-7283 Fax: 504-565-8057 Hours: M-F 8am-4pm

Pediatric health care to New Orleans and Southern Louisiana.

Healthcare for the Homeless Main Clinic

2222 Simon Bolivar Ave. 2nd Floor New Orleans LA 70113

Pediatric and adult health care. Dental care. Mental health care. Tuberculosis screening.

Algiers Ida Hymel Health Clinic

Phone: 504-658-2550 1111 Newton St. New Orleans LA Appointments: 504-658-2771 70114 Fax 504-364-5606 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm Email: grwilliams@cityofno.com

Pediatric and adult health care. Lab available. Mental health screening. W IC, CommunityCARE, KIDMED. Call for appointments. Walk ins accpted

Louisiana Partnership for Prescription Assistance

New Orleans Children's Health Project (Tulane University)

5228 Saint Claude Ave. New Orleans LA 70117

Medical Van @St. John the Baptist

1920 Clio St. New Orleans LA

Phone: 1-888-477-2669 Provides assistance to low-income uninsured individuals to www.pparxla.org obtain free or low-cost medications Phone: 501-988-0545 Hours: 9am-5pm; Mobile Clinic Locations: Mon- 1617 Caffin Ave Pediatric and adult health care. Tulane's Children's Health Tue - 4407 S. Carrolton Wed - Andrew Jackson Elementary Project Medical unit stationed at Clinic every Monday. Call ahead for appointment. Ac cept insurance and nonSchool (1400 Camp Street, New insurance clients. Bring medications to appointment. Two Orleans, LA ) mobile clinics - birth to 24 years, primary care clinic for Th - 3821 Franklin Avenue children without insurance. Patients seen by appointment. Fri M.D. Referr al Day Email: akerney@hotmail.com Website: www.l9hc.org Hours: Wed: 11:00am - 4:00pm Children's Health Fund and Tulane University School of Medicine offer free flu, hepatitis A, hepatitis B vaccinations; care of acute and chronic medical problems;prescription refills.

Kinglsey House

Hours: Tues 9:30 am-4 pm 1600 Constance St. New Orleans Phone: 504-523-6221 LA 70130 www.kingsleyhouse.org Phone: 504-412-1366 Fax: 504-412-1367 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Website:www.neworleansmusiciansclini c.orgEmail:socialservices@neworleans musiciansclinic.org

New Orleans Musicians' Clinic

2820 Napoleon Ave. Suite 890 New Orleans LA 70115

Adult health care. Mental health care.

Odyssey House Free Outpatient Clinic

1125 N. Tonti St. New Orleans LA Phone: 504-821-9211 70119 Fax: 504-324-8614 Hours: M-F 8am-5pm Email: abriggs@ohlinc.org Website: www.ohlinc.org Phone: 757-226-3858 Hours: M-F 9am- 5pm Website: www.ob.org Email: karen.ball@ob.org Phone: 504-529-5558 Fax: 504-529-8840 Hours: M-F 8:00 am - 4:30pm Mammogram Hours: Mon-Thurs 8am-12(noon); 1pm-4pm & Fri 8am-12(noon) Website: www.stthomasch.org Phone: 504-940-1904 Hours: Mon &Wed only 8am-1pm Website: www.svdpno.org Phone: 504-988-3000 Fax: 504-301-1666 Hours: Mon&Thurs 8am-7pm; Tue,Wed &Fri 8am-5pm Website: www.tucovenanthealthcenter.org Email: covenant@tulane.edu

Adult health care. HIV testing

Operation Blessing Medical Clinic

5501 Read Blvd. New Orleans LA 70127

Pediatric and adult health care. Pharmacy services . No phones on site.

St. Thomas Community Health Center

1020 St. Andrew St. New Orleans LA 70130

Pediatric and adult health care. CDC Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program. Call for appointment. Eye clinic (glasses, eye exams) Mondays 8am-12pm.

St. Vincent de Paul Pharmacy

1995 Gentilly Blvd. Suite 400 New Orleans LA 70118

Provides free prescription medication for low-income individuals. Applicants must provide verification of income

Tulane Community Health Center at Covenant House

611 North Rampart St. New Orleans LA. 70112

Adult health cate. Mental health care. Female reproductive health, geriatric health, health education. 24 hour urgent care. Walk-ins and appointments accepted. Fee of $10. Bring medicaid/other information.

University Hospital and Emergency 2021 Perdido St. New Orleans LA Phone: 504-903-3000 Hours: 24 Hours Room 70112 www.mclno.org Phone: 504-523-2116 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am -6pm www.neworleansmission.org/services/m edicalclinic.php

Provides 24 hour emergency and hospital admissions, if necesssary. Low-income patients may qualify for free care. Emergency tooth extractions are only dental services provided.

Women's Clinic @ New Orleans Mission

1129 Baronne St. New Orleans LA 70113

Free primary care and gynecology for women only every other Saturday. Call for exact dates and times.

Chaubert Charity Clinic

1978 Industrial LA

Houma, Phone: 985 873-1810 Hours: W ed and Thurs 8:30am-4:30pm Phone: 504-482-0084 Fax: 504-483-6018 ours: Mon-Thurs 8am-5pm & Fri 8am-2pm Email: rarnaud@dcsno.org Website: www.thedcsno.org Phone: 504-463-3002 Fax: 504-463-3070 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am- 5pm Email: jefferson_health@bellsouth.net Phone: 504-436-2223 Fax: 504-4362224 Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am - 5 pm Email: jefferson_health@bellsouth.net

Broad range of medical services in a hospital setting. Free dental services, mostly extractions for low income individuals. Call to schedule and appointment.

Daughters of Charity Health Center - 111 N Causeway Blvd. Metairie, Metairie LA 70001

Pediatric and adult health care.

Jefferson Community Health Care Center River Ridge

11312 Jefferson Hwy. River Ridge, LA 70123

Adult health care. WIC

Jefferson Community Health Care Centers, Inc.

4028 US Hwy 90 W. Avondale, LA 70094

Pediatric health care. WIC

Jefferson Parish Health Unit (East Bank)

Phone: 504-838-5100 111 N. Causeway Blvd. Metairie, Fax: 504-838-5104 LA 70001 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am- 4:30pm Email: cmdavis@dss.la.gov Phone: 504-349-8802 Fax: 504-349-8802 Hours: M-F 8 am- 4:30 pm Email: cmdavis@dhh.la.gov Phone: 985-564-3344 Fax: 985-564-0174 Hours: M- Sun 7am-7pm W ebsite: www.plaqueminesmedicalcenter.org Email:healthinfo@plaqueminesmedicalc enter.org Phone: 504-271-8952 Fax: 504-278-4692 Hours Mon-Sat 7am-11pm Sun 7am-11pm Phone: 504-464-8759 Fax: 504-463-5903 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm Email:james.comeaux@stcchc.org Phone: 985-785-5800 Fax: 985-785-2104 843 Milling Ave. Luling, LA 70070 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-430pm & Sat 9am-1pm W ebsite: www.stcchc.org Phone: 985-646-6445 105 Medical Center Dr. Ste. 101 Fax: 985-646-6485 Clinic #2, Slidell, LA 70461 Hours: Mon -Fri 8 am - 4:30 pm Email: kburton@dhh.la.gov Website: www.oph.dhh.state.la.us

Prenatal and family planning, immunizations, pregnancy testing, STD testing, tuberculosis testing, vital records. WIC.

Jefferson Parish Health Unit ( West Bank)

1855 Ames Blvd. Marrero, LA 70072

Prenatal and family planning, immunizations, pregnacy tests, STD tests, vital records. W IC

Plaquemines Medical Center

26851 Hwy 23 Port Sulphur, LA 70083

Pediatric and adult health care. Worker compensation. Occupational medicine. Lab available

Saint Bernard Health Center

8101 West Judge Perez Dr. Chalmette, LA 70043

Pediatric and adult health care. Medicaid, Medicare and most insurances. Minimum $30 down payment required.

Saint Charles Community Health Center- Kenner

200 W est Esplanade Ave. Kenner, LA 70065

WIC services, pediatric and adult health care

Saint Charles Community Health Center

Prenatal and family planning. Pediatirc and adult health care. Mental Health care. STD, maternity, adult day care. WIC

St. Tammany Parish Health Center

Provides immunizations on a walk in basis. WIC, STD testing (By Appt ONLY), family planning, birth control Call to make an appointment. Latest appt 3pm.

West Jefferson School-Based Health Center

2200 Eighth St. Jefferson, LA 70058

Phone: 504-367-4407 Fax: 504-367-4327 Hours: M-F 7:30 am -2:30 pm

Pediatric and adolescent health care and mental health care.

WOMEN'S HEALTH

Causeway Medical Clinic

3044 Ridgelake Dr, Metairie

OB/GYN, abortion services ($350), family planning, Phone: (504) 837-1272 or referrals. 1-800-749-7265 (24 Hour Call Cash, credit, debit; private insurance reimbursement Line ) Hours: possible; no Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm & Sat 8:30am- sliding scale. 2pm Appointment only.

Medical care is provided, and if other medical assistance is needed, referrals to other free facilities or the LSU hospital LSU W omen's Clinic at New Orleans 1130 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd., Phone: (504) 523-2116 Hours: Every other Saturday, 9 AM will Mission New Orleans 12 noon be provided for patients. Services are free of charge. Walk-ins accepted. Phone: (504) 903-8412 OR (504) 903- OB/GYN services. 7090 Fax: (504) 903-1547 Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30am-3:30pm Call for appointment Phone: (504) 244-9681 OB/GYN, abortion services, family planning. Call for an appointment.

Medical Center of Louisiana OB/GYN Clinic

2100 Perdido St., New Orleans

Midtown Medical/NO East W omen's 3500 Saint Charles Avenue, New Clinic Orleans

New Orleans Women's Health Clinic

1406 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, in the Tremé Community,

Annual Well-W oman Exams, Prenatal Care, Pregnancy Phone: (504) 524-8255 Tests & Counseling, Birth Control Counseling and Fax: (504) 524-8285 Supplies, Pap Smears Cervical Cancer Screenings, Pelvic Clinical Hours: Tues & Wed 9a-5p and Breast Exams, STI and many other services. Fees are Office Hours: Mon & Thurs: on a sliding scale. W alk-in patients are welcome before 9a-1p 2:00p on Tues & Wed. Phone: (504) 897-9200 Hours: Mon 11am-6:30pm, Tues-Fri 9am-4:30pm, 1st and 3rd Sat 9am1:30pm Comprehensive women's health services, including family planning, PAP smears, STI, pregnancy and HIV testing. Medicaid (Take Charge), cash, credit, check. W alk-in ok, Appointment only for exams OB/GYN services, including childbirth classes. Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance. Call for an appointment. Abortion services, family planning. Appointment only

Planned Parenthood

4018 Magazine St., New Orleans

Tulane Center for Women’s Health 4720 S-10 Service Rd Suite 300, Phone: (504) 780-4560 at Lakeside Metairie Hours: Mon-Fri: 8am-4:30pm Women's Healthcare Center, Inc. 2701 General Pershing, New Orleans LA Phone: (504) 899-6010

HOSPITALS CHILDREN PRENATAL DENTAL Dental services including exams, x-rays, cleanings, fillings. Extrations, dentures, repairs, reines; for homeless population only. Free if connected with homeless services agency; otherwise sliding scale; call for information. By appointment only Extractions only. More extensive work done for "medically compormised" patients (ex: transplant patients). $15 copay for LA residents, $75 co-pay for non LA residents. Will be billed for balance unless qualify for free care. Walk- in welcome but ONLY first 10 patients taken. Provides mobile pediatric dental care (21 years or younger). Free for those who qualify. Based on income, household size. Medicare or Medicaid required with certain incomes. Appointment only but typically a 2 month wait. Some emergencies can be seen same day or are referred to Children's Hospital.

Homeless Dental Clinic at Central City Health Clinic

2222 Simon Bolivar Ave New Olreans LA

Phone: (504) 658-2785 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

Medical Center of Louisiana Emergency Dental Clinic

2021 Perdido St New Orleans LA

Phone: 504-903-3482 Hours: Tue-Thur 8am-4pm

The Tooth Bus

200 Henry Clay New Orleans LA

Phone: 504-342-7874 Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm

Louisiana State University Dental School Clinic

1100 Florida Ave New Orleans LA

Phone( Adults): 504-941-8374 or 504-941-8375 Phone (Children): 504941-8196 For Root Canals (dentist referral ONLY): 504-941-8402 Orthodontics: 504-235-7349 or 504-235-7382

Everyone qualifies for care. No walk-ins. Call for an appointment. Fees are 1/3 of the typical cost.

LSU Mobile Dental Van

136 S. Roman St (Mon & W ed) 611 N. Rampart (Tues) 1313 Esplanade Ave Phone: 504-903-7307 Hours: Mon-Thurs 8:30 am-3:30pm (Thurs) New Orleans LA

Basic dental services for clients with HIV/AIDS. WITHOUT HIV/AIDS must be referred by Covenant Hourse, HIV service agencies or St. Anna's Medical Misison. Services are free of charge. Call for an appointment.

OPTOMETRY $10 eye exam and $20 glasses for low income individuals. Limited eye-glasses fram selection and bi-focals cost more. Proof of income required to qualify for low prices. Walk-ins welcomed. ONLY first 10 patients accepted.

River Town Optical

400 Williams Blvd Kenner LA

Phone: 504-461-5500 Mon&Fri 9am-1pm, Tues&Thurs 9am-2:45 pm, W ed 9am-4pm

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MENTAL HEALTH Addiction Recovery Resources of New Orleans 4836 Wabash St. Suite 202 Metairie, LA. 70001 Phone: 504-780-2766 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5:30pm www.arrno.org Private facility provides intensive outpatient, partial with a residential component and ambualtory de-tox.

Algiers-Fisher Community Health Clinic

4440 General Meyers Algiers, LA 110 Veterans Blvd, Suite 202-A Metairie, LA. 70005 401 Whitney Ave. Gretna, LA 70056 2605 River Road New Orleans LA

Phone: 504 361-6500 Mental health services for adults including medical and Hours:Mon-Sun 8:30 am-4:30pm counseling. Call first for an appt. Medication refills available Psychiatric and addiction evaluations; individual counseling; family, couples, and group therapy. Mental Health Care for children. Medicaid ONLY. No walk-ins. Call for an appointment. Offers support groups throughout the New Orleans area. Call for specific group times and locations. Services are FREE. Mental health services for adults and children (6 +). Medicare and Medicaid accepted. Call for an appointment. Walk-ins welcomed Additiction and relapse services for unaccompanied adults; treatment center for individuals with drug or alcohol addictions. 1 year program. Walk in or call for an appointment. Services are free. A Catholic Charities program that offers crisis counseling on a sliding scale starting at $20.00 per session. Takes some insurance depending on family size and income. No crisis counseling. Individual, family and group therapy. Not an emergency clinic. Free mental health services for adults.Prescriptions, etc. Bring I.D., Medicaid or social security if applicable and any empty prescriptions that need to be refilled. Provides outpatient services for mental health, addictive disorders and developmental disabilities. A Catholic Charities program that provides trans itional housing options for adults with chronic mental illness. Ages 18-65. Inpatient psychiatric care for adult and geriatric patients. 21-bed capacity. Also outpatient 2-3 days a week and partial patient 5 days a week for support and counseling. Only Medicare accepted. Emergency social services for persons in crisis including counseling and connecting to community resources immediately. Counseling and referrals. Counseling servies are administered by either graduate students or post-graduate students. The service is college affilitated. $15 per session (cash or check). Medicare not accepted. Call for an appointment. Clincal mental health treatment. Long term rehabilitative care available, substance abuse, intervention services, mental health care and couseling. Residential facilities. Serves neglected/abused youth 16-21 youth. Volunteer run organization to provide help, hope, and support for people living with depression/bipolar disorder. Group meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at 7:30. Emergency intervention, mental health assessment and treatment, case mangement for infants and children ages 0-5yr with cognitive, behavioral and relationship problems. Services provided in home, at the clinic or at community locations Non-profit community hospital providing general services and intensive care. Provides screening and assessment, emergency crisis care, individual evaluation treatment, medication administration and management, clinical casework services. Children, adolescents and elderly. Pharmacy services available. Fees are on a sliding scale. Medicare, Medicaid and Private insurance accepted. Walk-ins accepted on first visit. A community-based nonprofit organization that provides affordable expert counseling for individuals, couples, children, and family.

Alternate Choices, Inc

Phone: 504 888-8600 Phone: 504 263-1403 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Phone: 504-469-0021 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

American Active Rehab, Inc.

American Cancer Society

Assurance Care Provider

200 Clay St Kenner LA

Phone: 504-472-0068 Fax: 504-472-0078

Bridge House

1160 Camp St. New Orleans LA

Phone: (504) 522-4475 OR (504) 5222124 Intake Hours: 9am-3pm

CCANO Counseling Solutions

433 Metarie Road, Suite 106 Metarie, LA

Phone: 504-835-5007 Care Line: 866-851-2210 (information) Website: www.ccano.org

Central City Behavioral Health Center

2221 Phillip St. New Orleans LA 70113

Phone 504 568-6650 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm

Chartres- Pontchartrain Behavioral 719 Elysian Fields Ave Health Center New Orleans LA 70117

Phone: 504 942-8101 504-942-5909 Hours: M-F 8am-4:30pm

Ciara Community Services

1131 St. Andrew St. New OrleansLA 70130

Phone: 504 524- 8394

Community Care Hospital

1421 General Taylor St. New Orleans LA

Phone: 504-899-2500 or 1-866-695CARE (24 hours)

Cope Line by Via Link

Phone: 504-269-2673 or 1-800-7492673 Hours: 24 hours

Counseling and Training Center at Our Lady of Holy Cross College

4123 Woodland Dr New Orelans

Phone: 504-398-2168 Hours: Mon-Thurs 11am-8pm

Covenant House

611 N. Rampart St. New OrleansLA 70112

Phone: 504 584-1111 Open 24 hours/7days a week

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

4700 I-10 Service Road Meterie, LA

Crisis Line: 504-269-COPE; 800-428-749-COPE W ebsite: www.dbsaneworleans.org

Early Childhood Support and Services, Orleans

2222 Simon Bolivar, 2nd Fl. New Orleans LA

Phone: 504 568-2111

East Jefferson Medical Center

4200 Houma Blvd. Metairie, LA 70006

Phone: 504 454-4000

East Jefferson Mental Health

2400 Edenborn Metairie LA

Phone: 504-838-5257 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm

Family Services of Greater New Orleans

2515 Canal Street, Suite 201 New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone (main): 504 822-0800 Eastbank 504 733-4031 W estbank 504 3610926 www.fsgno.org Phone: 504 896-2345 Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm Drop in Center Hours: Tues-Thurs: 2pm-6pm & Sun: 12(noon)-4pm Phone: 504 658-2550 Hours: M-F 8am-4pm Phone: 504 822-4333

Friendship Club

1538 Louisiana Ave. New Orleans, LA 70115

Medicaid, mental health rehab, psychosocial skills for adults with a chronic mental illness. Drop in center for socializing. Mental health services for children. Medicaid enrollment, WIC and KidMed. Individual counseling for ages 6-17. Must be part of the Medicaid progam. Provides services for mental health, addictive disorders and developmental disabilities to adults and children in Jefferson parish. Mental Health and Substance Abuse clinic available. Call for an appointment. Clients may drop in if there is a crisis. Payment on sliding scale. No private insurance. Provides many social services including counseling (all ages), suicide prevention life line, support groups and services for disabled and elderly persons, including homemaking. Fees on a sliding scale. Provides educational, counseling and supportive services to all age groups, from educational teen group ans a family life program to pre-school and senior center "Offers crisis counseling that empowers Louisiana hurricane survivors to build resilience, recover and move towards self sufficiency.... federally funded Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program for individuals, families and groups most affected by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Louisiana Spirit focuses on addressing post hurricane disaster mental health needs and other long term disaster recovery initiatives. We are the organization charged by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) with connecting Katrina and Rita-affected residents to crisis counseling." Adult mental health clinic located at the Touro Infirmary. Free for qualifying clients Psychiatry and counseling services for adults and children. Call to make psychiatry appointments, but counseling services are by referral only. $50 first visit. Ac cepts all LA residents. Must have a photo ID. Call for an appointment. Christian program, referral to 12 weeks of free counseling services. Represents patients who are judicially committed and those whose civil rights have been violated during their treatment in a hospital. Limited to civil cases dealing with treatment within a hospital . Referrals for cases concerning outpatient treatment.

Ida Hymel Clinic Integrated Family Services,LLC

1111 Newton St. Algiers, LA 2714 Canal St. New Orleans, LA. 70119

Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority

4700 W itchers Drive Marrero, LA 70072

Phone: 504-349-8833 Hours: Mon-Thurs: 8am-3pm & Fri: 10am-3pm

Jewish Family Service

3330 W. Es planade Ave Suite #600 Metairie LA

Phone: 504-831-8475 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Kinglsley House

Phone: 504 523-6221

Louisiana Spirit Hurricane Recovery

445 N. 12th Street Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Phone: 866-891-2210 24 hour talk line: 1-800-273-8255 Mon-Fri 8:30-5pm W ebsite: louisianaspirit.org

LSU Anxiety and Mood Disorder Clinic

3450 Chestnut St. New Orleans LA

Phone: 504 897-8559

LSU Psychiatric Access to Care

3450 Chestnut St. New Orleans LA

Phone: 504-412-1540 Fax: 504-412-1536 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

McFarland Institute

400 Poydras St. Suite # 2525 New Orleans LA

Phone: 504-593-2320

Mental Health Advocacy

210 State St. Annex 601 New Orleans, LA 70118

Phone: 504 896-2610 Fax: 504-896-2611

Mercy Family Center

New Orleans, Metairie, Northshore

New Orleans: (504) 376-2590 Metairie: (504) 838-8283 Northshore: (504) 727-7993 Hours: 8am-5:30pm www.mercyfamilycenter.com Phone: 504 269-0234 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm W ebsite: www.milestonesmha.com Phone: 504-896-2345 (Main) 504-368-1944 (Westbank) Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm W ebsite: www.namineworleans.org Phone: 800 273-TALK (8255) Website: www. suicidepreventionlifeline.org

A child and adolescent outpatient behavioral clinic with three locations. Specialize in speech, health, ADHD, and Autism spectrum disorders.

Milestones Mental Health Agency

3606 Magazine St. New Orleans LA 70115

Mental health services for children and adolescents with severe emotional and behavioral problems. Documentation that problems occurred for at least 3 months from a professional required. Medicaid. Provides mental health day treatment, supported housing services and supportive employment services to adults with chronic mental illnesses. Drop in clinic hours: Tues,Wed &Thurs: 1pm-7pm and Sat & Sun 11am-6pm National suicide prevention and intervention hotline:matches clients to the nearest counselors in high risk situations Children and adolescents 5.5-17.5 years. Walk-ins accepted. Social workers and child psychiatrists are available 5 days a week. Also offers Assertive Community Treatment Services. Offers psychiatric evaluations, psychosocial assessments, psychopharmacology, consultations, system of care coordination; and family, individual, group and play therapies. Payment on a sliding scale. Private insurance is accepted. Medicaid also accepted (assistance is available with Medicaid forms ).

National Alliance on Mental Illness 1538 Louisiana Ave New Orleans

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

NOAH Central City Child and Adolescent Mental Health Center

210 State St. New Orleans LA 70118

Phone: 504 897-4850 Hours: Mon-Thurs 9:30am – 6pm & Fri: 8am-4:30pm Website: cityofno.com

NOAH Algiers Child and Adolescent 4422 Gen Meyers Ave. Behavioral Health Service Algiers, LA 70114

Phone; 504-432-8965 Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am- 4:30 pm Website: cityofno.com

See NOAH Central City

New Orleans Adolescent Hospital Adult Acute Services

210 State Street New Orleans, LA 70118

Phone: 504-599-0247

Admits individuals who are experiencing psychiatric emergencies/crises and are in need of stabilization. This 20 bed unit admits male and female adult patients (18 years of age or older). The unit and is designed to provide for a brief stay, typically under 14 days.

Phone: 504-988-0545 Hours: Mon-Thurs 9:30 – 4:30 Monday – Lower 9th. Ward Clinic 5228 St. Claude Avenue Tuesday - Kingsley House - 1600 Constance St. - Central City Wednesday – Andrew Jackson Elementary School - Chalmette Thursday – Capdau Elementary School - 3821 Franklin Ave. – Gentilly Phone: 504 243-7600 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm

New Orleans Children's Health Project

512 S. Peters St. New Orleans LA 70130

Mobile Medical unit, services include Immunizations, Comprehensive Primary Care (Well Child Exams/School physicals), Acute/Urgent Care (Sick Child Visits), Pediatrician on call 24/7, Case Management and Referrals, Preventive Medicine and Patient Education, Family Planning Services, Community Outreach Programs

New Orleans Eas t Behavior Health 5552 Read Blvd Center New Orleans LA 70127

Substance abuse and individual mental health counseling. Court referrals and appointments. Only serves residents of New Orleans. Provides a brief description of 34 local hospitals. Substance abuse treatment services, including treatment, detoxification, methadone maintenance, methadone detoxification, and outpatient care. Special programs include pregnant/postpartum women and criminal justice clients. Payment assistance options. $25 processing fee and $77 per week for treatment. Call to schedule and assessment. Provides residential group home treatment for c hronically mentally ill adults. Includes vocational, resource management and independent living skills training. Referral from DR. required. Clinic outpatient services include substance & alcohol abuse, phobias, anxiety, emotional loss, suicide. Medicaid is NOT accepted! Substance abuse long term care provider; counseling, rehabilitative services, residential services.

New Orleans Hospital Directory

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New Orleans Narcotic Treatment Center

7606 Westbank Expwy Marrero, LA

Phone: 504-347-1120 Hours: Mon-Fri: 5am-1pm & Sat: 5-10

Nunez Group Home

733 Nunez St. New Orleans

504-366-6259 24 hours

Ochsner Foundation Hospital Clinic 1514 Jeffferson Hwy Jefferson, LA 70121

Phone: 504-842-4025 Monday-Friday 8am-5pm Appointment Only Phone: 504 821-9211 Website: ohline.org Hours: Mon-Fri 1pm-5pm Phone:504-301-9800 www.pathla.org

Odyssey House

1125 N. Tonti St. New Orleans, LA 70119 1515 Poydras Street, Suite 1200 New Orleans, LA 70112

Path Partnership for Access to Healthcare

Connections to effective, efficient, culturally sesitive health care centers. A program of Mercy Family Center is a school-based mental health program to provide long-term care and recovery for children and their families. See website for participating schools. Application located on website. Provides individual and group counseling , aftercare, appointments, chemotherapy, and a re-socialization program for those adults who meet the target population criteria. Long-term counseling center on a sliding scale. No one turned away for inability to pay. Services for adults and children, couples, families and groups

Project Fleur de Lis

See website for participating schools

Website: www.project-fleur-de-lis.org

St. Bernard Behavioral Health Center

8101 West Judge Perez Dr Chalmette, LA 70043.

Phone: (504) 278-7475 Mon-Fri 8am-4:30

Trinity Counseling and Training Center

2108 Coliseum St. New Orleans LA

Phone: 504-522-7557 Hours: Mon-9am-6pm, Tues-9am8pm, Wed-9am-8pm, Thurs-10am-6pm, Fri-9am-1pm

Tulane Behavioral Health CenterTulane Medical Center

1415 Tulane Ave (4th floor of hospital)

Phone: 504-988-4794 or 504-988-4677 Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5pm

Outpatient services for all psychiatric disorders serving children, adolescents and adults. Services include Medication Management, therapy and counseling. Medicare accepted by faculty physicians. $50 for first visit (residents) sliding scale after. Call for an appointment.

Uptown Square Family Health Center- Tulane Satelite Clinic

200 Broadway St. Suite #230 New Orleans LA 5831 S. Johnson St New Orleans LA

Phone: 504-864-6400 Hours: Mon-Thurs 9am-4pm & Fri 9am- Provides mental health services. Call for more information. 12 noon Phone: 504-866-2532 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm Provides pet therapy at request for once a month visit to healthcare facilities. Provides support for persons with mental illenss. Call for referrals to any service, including case managemnet and supportive housing for Mental Health patients. Fees are on a sliding scale. Catholic Charities program that is a residential facility for women 40+ years who experience substance abuse and or mental health issues. Also offers help with independent permanent housing in the community to eligible women Offers individual therapy options as well as free, confidential referrals. Services include anger management classes, domestic violence programs, women's support group, treatment for addictvie disorders and many support groups. Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance and cash accepted.

Visiting Pet Program

Volunteers of America (VOA)Mental Health Services

127 S. Soloman St. New Orleans LA

Phone: 504-485-0147

Voyage House

2407 Baronne St. 3rd Floor New Orleans LA 70113

Phone: 504-269-3969 24 Hour Facility Intake 8am-5pm

West Jefferson Behavioral Medicine 229 Bellemeade Blvd. Center Gretna LA

Phone: 504-391-2440 Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30am-9pm

MENTAL HEALTH CHILDREN/ ADOLESCENTS Provides screening and assessment, emergency crisis care, individual evaluation treatment, medication administration and management, clinical casework services. Children, adolescents and elderly. Pharmacy services available. Fees are on a sliding scale. Medicare, Medicaid and Private insurance accepted. Walk-ins accepted on first visit. A community-based nonprofit organization that provides affordable expert counseling for individuals, couples, children, and family. Provides services for mental health, addictive disorders and developmental disabilities to adults and children in Jefferson parish. Mental Health and Substance Abuse clinic available. Call for an appointment. Clients may drop in if there is a crisis. Payment on sliding scale. No private insurance. Provides many social services including counseling (all ages), suicide prevention life line, support groups and services for disabled and elderly persons, including homemaking. Fees on a sliding scale. Counseling center with substance abuse programs and run away assistance programs for children/adolescents ages 517. Residential program for ages 11 and older. Counseling available by appointment, residential program is referral only. Fees for counseling are on a sliding scale. Medicaid or private insurance not accepted.

East Jefferson Mental Health

2400 Edenborn Metairie LA

Phone: 504-838-5257 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm

Family Services of Greater New Orleans

2515 Canal Street, Suite 201 New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone (main): 504 822-0800 Eastbank 504 733-4031 W estbank 504 3610926 www.fsgno.org

Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority

4700 W itchers Drive Marrero, LA 70072

Phone: 504-349-8833 Hours: Mon-Thurs: 8am-3pm & Fri: 10am-3pm

Jewish Family Service

3330 W. Es planade Ave Suite #600 Metairie LA

Phone: 504-831-8475 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

New Horizons Youth Center

47257 River Road Hammond LA

Phone: 985-345-1171 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Phone: 504-988-0545 Hours: Mon-Thurs 9:30 – 4:30

New Orleans Children's Health Project

512 S. Peters St. New Orleans LA 70130

Mobile Medical unit, services include Immunizations, Comprehensive Primary Care (Well Child Exams/School Monday – Lower 9th. Ward Clinic physicals), Acute/Urgent Care (Sick Child Visits), 5228 St. Claude Avenue Pediatrician on call 24/7, Case Management and Referrals, Tuesday - Kingsley House - 1600 Preventive Medicine and Patient Education, Family Constance St. - Central City Planning Services, Community Outreach Programs Wednesday – Andrew Jackson Elementary School - Chalmette Thursday – Capdau Elementary School - 3821 Franklin Ave. – Gentilly

Project Fleur de Lis

See website for participating schools

Website: www.project-fleur-de-lis.org

A program of Mercy Family Center is a school-based mental health program to provide long-term care and recovery for children and their families. See website for participating schools. Application located on website. Provides individual counseling for school-age children affected by trauma, loss or disasters in Orleans Parish, Jefferson Parishes nad surrounding areas. Outpatient services for all psychiatric disorders serving children, adolescents and adults. Services include Medication Management, therapy and counseling. Medicare accepted by faculty physicians. $50 for first visit (residents) sliding scale after. Call for an appointment. Emergency counseling, referral service and talk line for anyone feeling suicidal or depressed. Geared more toward teens and young adults.

Project Last- Children's Bureau

400 Lafayette St Suite #140 New Orleans LA

Phone: 504-525-2366 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Tulane Behavioral Health CenterTulane Medical Center

1415 Tulane Ave (4th floor of hospital)

Phone: 504-988-4794 or 504-988-4677 Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5pm

Youth Link

Phone: 504-895-2550 24 Hour Call line

MENTAL HEALTH Substance Abuse Addiction Helpline 1-800-622-HELP (4357) 24 Hour Call line Call for Counseling help with all kinds of substance addictions. Group classes to deal with and end addiction to alcohol as well as other issues: mental health partial hospitalization, services for chronic mental illness, aftercare program. Medicaid for inpatient services only, Medicare, Private Insurance, Cash Call for information on times and places for daily, free meetings. Individual conunseling, social workers, adolescent and adult intensive outpatient counseling, mental illness and chemical dependency counseling for adults only. Insurance, Private Pay Substance abuse treatment center for males only. Addiction and relapse services for unaccompanied adults; lyr program; free; walk in or for appointment call. Group classes to deal with and end addiction to cocaine; free Confidential, call in referrals for drug and alcohole abuse. Drug education classes and evaluations; call 1-800-7497444 for appointment. Substance abuse and rehabilitation servics. Provides employment, vocational, educaional and counselin services. Sliding scale for medication therapy 1 year substance abuse treatment program. Females only. Substance abuse treatment, HIV testing, mental health services. Call for interview. Residential program. Need to make appt with Intake Coordinator T-W-F 1-5pm One year treatment program, in house. Substance abuse and mental health. No smoking on site, no facilities for disabled people and people on psychotropic drugs, pain kilers not accepted. Christian program. Free. Call for interview Faith-based, 6 month, boot-camp style substance abuse treatment program with transitional housing component. Free or sliding scale, based on income. Call; there is a waiting list, but referrals can be made.

Addictive Disorders Program at W est 229 Bellemeade Blvd., Jefferson Behavorial Medicine Gretna, LA Center

Phone: 504-391-2440 Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30am-9pm

Alcoholics Anonymous

Phone: 504-779-1178 504-833-3399

Alternate Choices Inc

110 Veterans Blvd Metairie, LA

Phone: 504-888-8600 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Bridge House

1160 Camp St New Orleans, LA 232 Bellemeade Blvd. (West Jefferson Behavorial Medicine Center) Gretna, LA

Phone: 504-522-4475 or 504-522-2124 Hours: 9am-3pm intake

Cocaine Anonymous

Phone: 504-391-2440 Hours: Weds 7:45 pm

Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse 3520 General DeGaulle Dr Suite Phone: 504-362-4272 for Greater New Orleans 5010 New Orleans, LA Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm

Desire Narcotics Rehab Center

8030 Crowder Blvd New Orleans, LA

Phone: 504-301-8871 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-3am

Grace House

1401 Delachaise Street New Orleans LA

Phone: 504-899-2423, ext. 16 Hours: 8am-4:30pm

Jesus Miracle Power

8309 Apple Street New Orleans LA

Phone: 504-931-5179 Open 24 Hours

Living Witness Church of God in Christ, Inc. - Nehemiah Restoration 1528 Oretha Castle Haleey Blvd, New Orleans LA Program

Phone: 504-524-2959

COUNSELING Family Services of Greater New Orleans 215 Canal Street Suite 201 New Orleans LA, 70119 Phone: 504-822-0800 Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-6:30pm Phone: 504-522-7557 Hours: Mon: 9am-6pm, Tues&Wed: 9am -8pm, Thurs: 10am6pm, Fri: 9am-1pm Phone: 504-835-5007 Phone: 504-833-4673

Trinity Counseling

2108 Coliseum New Orleans LA

Catholic Charity Celebration Church SPECIALIZED SUPPORT GROUPS

Howard Ave/Loyola/St Charles

SHELTERS SHELTERS- WOMEN Beyond Shelter Transistional Housing SHELTERS- MEN SHELTERS- FamILIES WITH CHILDREN SHELTERS- ADOLESCENTS SHELTERS- SUBSTANCE ABUSE SHELTERS- MENTAL HEALTH 1000 Howard Ave. New Orleans LA. 70113 Phone: 504 310-8738 Fax: 504 523-2789 Transitional housing program for homeless women and children.

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HOUSING - AFFORDABLE Beyond Shelter Transistional Housing Desire Community Housing Corporation 1000 Howard Ave. New Orleans LA. 70113 4298 Elysian Fields Ave New Orleans LA 70126 Phone: 504 310-8738 Fax: 504 523-2789 Phone: (504) 284-3844 Fax: 504 642-0484 www.gnocdc.org Phone: 504 596-2100 www.gnofairhousing.org Transitional housing program for homeless women and children.

Assists low income home-buyers.

Fair Housing Action Center

228 St. C harles Ave. Suite 1035 New Orleans, LA 70130 2407 Baronne St. New Orleans LA 70113 2515 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119 4152 Canal St. New Orleans LA 70119

Help with housing discrimination, mortgage insurance or Road Home issues.

Lindy's Place United Way New Orleans

Phone: 504 269-0184 Phone: 504-822-5540 Website: www.unitedwaynola.org Phone: 504-482-2130 Fax: 504-482-1922 W ebsite: www.voagno.org

Transitonal housing for women. Emergency shelter, clothing, counseling, crisis intervention. Best to use website.

Volunteers of america

Limited help with housing issues.

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HOUSING - RENTAL ASSISTANCE Phone: 504 821-6024 Rental assistance for homeless families willing to live in Phone: 504-899-2995 Orleans Parish. Call to leave a message and a caseworker Website: www.armstrongfamily-no.org will get back to you. Catholic Charities program that assists with housing by providing case management. No direct rental assistance. Can provide information and give referrals.

Armstrong Family Services

2658 Elysain New Orleans, LA

CCANO Emergency Shelter, Housing and Relocation Assistance

Phone: 504 371-7747 Hours: 9am-4pm

501 North Galvez St. Phone:------------------HANO/HUD (Corner of North Galvez and Fax: 504-362-9508 Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Lafitte Ave. Entrance on Lafitte Hours: Mon-Thurs, 8am-11:30am, Program Ave). 1:30pm-4:30 pm, Fri 8:30am-11:30am 4100 Touro St. New Orleans, LA. 70122 Phone: 504 670-3300 Fax: 504 286-8788 Website: www.hud.gov

Assists low income families with rental payments through the Section 8 program.

HANO/HUD

Social services, job training, provides safe sanitary housing for low-income residents. Provides internet access to list of subsidized apartments in the New Orleans area. Rental assistance for individuals and families in Algiers that has experienced a loss or crisis in the last 6 months. As of 1/14/2008 they are not accepting new clients due to lack of funding. Financial assistance for residents impacted by Hurricanes Rita and Katrina, including rental deposits and payments, utility deposits or purchase of household furniture and appliances. Residents must be working at least 24 hours per week and meet other eligibility requirements. As of 1/14/2008 they are not accepting new clients due to lack of funding.

HUD

House of Ruth

1111 Newton St. Algiers, LA 70114

Phone: 504 366-3921

Household Establishment Fund

Phone: 800 333-3104 Hours: 6:30am-5:30pm Website: recoverycorps.org

HOUSING - HOME OWNERSHIP ACORN 1024 Elysian Fields New Orleans, LA Phone: 504 943-0044 ext 155 Help with buying or rehabbing a hme, state aid programs,building a house,FEMA appeals, etc.

HANO/HUD

4100 Touro St. New Orleans, LA. 70122

Phone: 504 670-3300 Fax: 504 286-8788

Section 8 Home Ownership Program allows use of Section 8 housing choice vouchers to make mortgage payments. Not accepting housing applications.

Total Community Action Individual 1420 S. Jefferson Davis Pwy Development Account New Orleans, LA. 70125

Individual Development Accounts help individuals and Phone: 504-872-0329 families. Savings up to $2,000 will be matched 2 to 1 to be 504 872-0334 used for down payment on a home, home Fax: 504 872-0339 renovation,secondary or vocational training etc. Eligibility Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm by based on income, attendance to trainings is mandatory. appointment Money is also available for businesses or education. Phone: 504 899-5900 Fax: 504 899-6190 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Home ownership training, individual development accounts, special programs for Broadmoor

Neighborhood Housing Services

4528 Freret Street New Orleans, LA 70115

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HOUSING - ENERGY ASSISTANCE Phone: 504 324-8609 Main Office: 504-872-0334 Hours: M-F 8:30 am -3:30pm Assists eligible households by providing a direct payment to their energy accounts. Special emphasis is given to elderly, disabled and children age 5 and under Crisis assistance available. Provide minor conservation measures (weather stripping, insulation) to homes free of charge. Proof of income required.

Total Community Action Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program

1420 S. Jefferson Davis Pwy New Orleans, LA. 70125

Total Community Action Weatherization As sistance

1420 S. Jefferson Davis Pwy New Orleans, LA. 70125

Phone: 504 218-5282

New Orleans Council on Aging/ Helping Hands

2475 Canal St. New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone: 504 821-4121 or 504-821-1222 Administers Entergy's Helping Hands Program for help with Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm utility bills for seniors. Must be 60+ years of age. Best contact day is Friday at numbers listed.

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HOUSING - REBUILDING Enterprise Community Partners 1050 S Jefferson Davis Pwy Suite 339 New Orleans LA 70125 Phone: 504 821-7242 Administers a renovation reserve fund for higher than Fax: 504 821-7213 anticipated renovation costs in partnership with Freddie Hours: 8:30am-5:30pm Mac,the Louisiana Housing Finance Agency,and the City of www.enterprisecommunity.org/local_wor New Orleans. Does not provide direct funding but can give k/gulf_coast/ referals Phone: 504 861-2077 Website: www.habitat-nola.org Homeowner Hotline: 504 861-2059 Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm Phone: 504 899-5900 Fax: 504 899-6190 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Phone: 504 821-7230 Fax: 504 821-7213 Appplications for a Habitat home can be requested on the website, or by calling the homeowner hotline. Applicants must live and work in the Greater New Orleans area. Call or go online to start the application process. Assists with repair and renovation issues, homebuyer education, foreclosure and securing financing for home purchase and repair. Help locate financial aid and help homeowners to rebuild. Exterior painting and volunteer labor for free.

Habitat for Humanity

7100 St. Charles Ave. New Orleans LA 70118

Neighborhood Housing Services of 4528 Freret St. New Orleans New Orleans LA 70115 1050 S. Jefferson Davis Pwy Suite 212 New Orleans LA 70125

Operation Helping Hands

Rebuilding Together New Orleans

923 Tchoupitoulas St. New Orleans LA 70130

Phone: 504 636-3061 Fax:504 636-3072

A program of the Preservation Resource Center that coordinates rehabilitation of homes at no cost to the homeowner. Restricted eligibility. H omewners in need of assistance should contact Sara Moore, Homeowner Liaison at smoore@prcno.org or 504 636-3061. Homes must be in one of five targeted areas (Broadmoor, Esplanade Ridge/Treme, Faubourg St. Roch, Hollygrove, Holy Cross).

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HOUSING - BUILDING SUPPLIES The Green Project Warehouse sells quality used modern and vintage building materials, doors, windows, light fixtures,plumbing fixtures, paint at affordable prices, at lower rates. All sales transactions are final. Donations are accepted. Call for details. Habitat for Humanity store that stocks new and used building materials, appliances,furniture, paint, light fixtures, electrical supplies, interior doors, kitchen cabinets, tile, exterior doors at 30%-90% less than retail. Accepts donations and will pick-up. new and used materials

Green Project

2831 Marais St. New Orleans LA 70117

Phone: 504 945-0240 Hours: 9am -5pm EVERYDAY

Habitat Restore

2830 Royal St. New Orleans LA 70117

Phone: 504 943-2240 Fax: 504 943-2214 Hours: Wed- Sat: 9:30 am-5pm

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DAY CARE, PRESCHOOL AND AFTER SCHOOL PROGRamS After school care for children K-8th grade.Students receive help with homework, and participate in dance, athletics and other enrichment programs. $25.00 registration fee and a sliding fee scale based upon residency and income determined at registration. The fee is from $0 - $4 per day. See website for locations and additional information.

After School Assembly Catholic Charities

1000 Howard Avenue New Orleans, LA 70113

Phone: 504 310-6933 Fax: 501-523-2789 Hours: Mon-Fri 3pm-6pm Website: www.ccano.org

Agenda for Children Community 1720 St. Charles Avenue Data Center: Child Care Resources New Orleans, LA

Phone: 504-586-8509 504-856-8522 1-800-486-1712 W ebsite: www.agendaforchildren.org

Child Care Resources is a child care resource and referral service for metropolitan New Orleans. It is a program of Agenda for Children, a statewide, non-profit child advocacy agency. Referr als are free of charge. One of 6 locations of the Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Louisiana. Afterschool programs in arts, education, career development, health and life skills, character and leadership development for youths and teens aged 6-18 years old. Program offers tutoring and homework help, athletic and dance activities and enrichment programs for youth living in Gert Town ages 8-17 years.

Boys and Girls Clubs-NFL YET

114 S. Broad St. New Orleans, LA 701219

Phone: 504 309-7952 Fax: 504 309-7954 Hours: Mon-Fri 2pm - 7 pm

Catholic Charities: Gert Town Community Center

3545 Audubon Ct. New Orleans, LA 70125

Phone: 504 488-4818 Fax: 504 486-0839 Hours: Mon-Fri 3pm-6pm

Gilda's Academy

7653 Lacombe St. New Orleans, LA 70127

Phone: 504 242-2175 Hours: Mon-Fri 6:30am-5:30pm

Provides early childhood education and childcare for youngsters six weeks to until ready for school. $125 per week for children up to the age of 2 and $110 per week for children older than 2. Also accepts chidlcare assistance.

Grace Child Care Center

3700 Canal St. New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone: 504 488-6849 Phone: 504 482-5242 Hours: 7:30am-6pm www.gracecanalstreet.org/gcc.htm Phone: 504 241-6688 Fax: 504 241-6671 Hours: Mon-Fri 6:30am-6pm www.happykidspreschool.com

Provides early childhood education and childcare for preschool and school age children (2-12 years). Affordable childcare for working parents in a multicultural context

Happy Kids Preschool

4800 Downman Road New Orleans, LA 70126

Provides early childhood education and childcare for preschool and school-age children, 2 months to 12 years from low-income families.

Catholic Charities Early Head Start & Head Start Programs

Phone: 504 310-8772 Website: www.catholiccharitiesno.org/child_and_family.htm

Provides education, social services and health screenings to infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Early head start serves children ages 6 weeks to 3 years old. Head Start serves children 3 to 5 years old. Five locations in New Orleans. See website for locations. Services for preshool age children of low-income families. Educational program, meals, medical, dental and mental health care. Call the main office for early head start and head start programs.

Head Start Total Community Action

4521 Martin Luther King Blvd. New Orleans, LA 70125

Phone: 504 309-3510 Fax: 504 872-0339 Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am - 4:30pm www.tcanola.org/programs/head-start.php Phone: 504 525-2561 Fax: 504 525-0011 Hours: Mon-Fri 3:30pm- 6:30pm www.hopehouseneworleans.org

Hope House After School Care

916 St. Andrew St. New Orleans, LA. 70130

Recreation, field trips, homework help by Tulane University volunteers. Call or go to the website for more information and additonal programs.

Hume Child Development Center

319 N. Tonti St. New Orleans, LA. 70119

Phone: 504 822-7883 Hours: Mon-Fri 7am-6pm www.humechild.org

Provides early childhood education and childcare for toddlers and pre-schoolers. Non-profit United Way agency for children ages 15 months to 5 years. Nondiscriminatory. Accepts childcare assistance. $75 deposit per child and $125 per week base fee. Multiple child discount available. Daycare facility for children of Tulane University faculty and staff and of people who work in the Central business District. Privately owned. Teaches under-resourced children positive life skills through engaging arts and community bassed projects working with professional arts educators. Open to public school children in seceral public schools. Volunteer based program provides services based on the needs and improvement goals identified by the child's school. Afterschool programs offer elective courses in the arts, athletics, etc. See website for list of participating schools. Daily after school tutoring, mentoring, drug and violence prevention, group counseling, recreation and socialization activities to children ages 5 to 12. Also offer our After School program on-site at Ben Franklin Elementary. Call for information. Help with homework, reading and math enrichment, vocal music, dance, and more. K-8 th and 9th-11th grades. Call for participating school sites. Provides after school and summer camp programs at 3 locations for children from low income families on a first come, first serve basis.

Kidopolis Child Development Center

127 Elk Place New Orleans, LA. 70112

Phone; 504 988-7479 Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 am - 5:30 pm www.tulane.edu/daycare

Kid smART

1920 Clio St. New Orleans, LA 70113

Phone: 504 410-1990 Website: www.kidsmart.org

New Orleans Outreach

757 St. Charles Ave. Ste 203 New Orleans, LA 70130

Phone: 504 654-1060 Fax: 504 654-1061 W ebsite: www.nooutreach.org

Kingsley House After School and Teen Program

1600 Constance St. New Orleans, LA. 70130

Phone: 504 523-6221 Fax: 504 523-4450 Hours: Mon-Fri 7am-5:30pm W ebsite: www.kingsleyhouse.org Phone: 504-485-0147 Fax: 504 482-1922 www.voagno.org Phone: 504 895-4242 Fax: 504 895-4433 Hours: Mon-Fri 2:30pm - 5:30 pm Phone :504 905-3665 Fax: 504 218-8575 Hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-6pm Phone: 504 522-0996 Ext 203 Website: www.nobadance.com Mon-Thurs 8:30am-5pm, Fri 8:30am-2:30pm Phone: Hours: Mon-Fri 3:30pm - 6 pm

Lighthouse 21st Century VOA/GNO

VOA/GNO Headquarters 4152 Canal St. New Orleans, LA 70119

My House Center for Learning

2010 Peniston St. New Orleans, LA 70115

New Hope Baptist Church Afterschool Tutoring

1807 LaSalle St. New Orleans, LA 70113

Tutoring, child nutrition classes, art instruction and computer technology classes Free after school ballet, tap, modern dance and drumming classes for children and youth ages 6-18. Classes are first come first served. See website for locations and registration. Services include homework assistance, family literacy and summer camp. Call or walk in to apply. Open to school age children. Provides after school prevention services to at-risk children and youth at targeted schools Services include skills and information on how to stay safe, resolve conflicts and substance abuse prevention. Call for locations. Parents should inquire about program availability at child's school.

NOBA/NORD Afterschool Dance Programs

One Lee Circle New Orleans, LA 70130

Pentecost Baptist Church Educational and Outreach Program 4114 Hamburg St. New Orleans, LA 70122 Afterschool for All

Raintree After School Services

1233 Eighth Street New Orleans, LA 70115

Phone: 504 899-9045 Fax: 504-895-0204 www.raintreeservices.org

Rayne Early Childhood Center Royal Castle Child Care Development Center Saint John Baptist After School Assembly

3900 St. Charles Ave. New Orleans, LA 70115 3800 Eagle St. New Orleans, LA. 70118 1920 Clio St. New Orleans, LA 70113

Phone: 504 899-3595 Phone: 504 488-1045 Hours: Mon-Fri 6:30 am - 5:30 pm Phone: 504 310-8772 Fax: 504 596-3098 Hours: Mon-Fri 3pm-6pm Phone: 504 288-4388

Private program for pres choolers with lengthy waiting list. Provides early childhood education and childcare for children with working parents. Ages 6 weeks- 4 years old. Tutoring and homework help. Athletic and dance activities. Call or walk in applications. Kindergarten to 8th grade. Part of Catholic Charities After Sc hool Assembly

St. John #5 Camp Ace Social Ministry

3613 Hamburg St. New Orleans, LA 70122

Faith-based non-profit after school tutoring/homework H ours: Mon-Fri 3:30pm-5:30 pm Webs ite: assistance program. Call or walk in applications, picture ID required. Open enrollment www.faithlikejesus.org Volunteer based non-profit children's literacy organization that provides reading tutors for public school second grade students in afterschool programs. See website for participating schools. Must be referred by teacher at participating schools. Operates camps located in the Greater New Orleans area during the summer providing education, recreation,nutrition services and a swimming program for children who would otherwise not have the opportunity. See website for locations and contact information. Reading, math, and science for elementary and middle school students from the Carrollton community, maximum age of 13 years. Application and more information available online.

STAIR Start the Adventure in Reading

1545 State St. New Orleans, LA. 70118

Phone: 504 899-0820 Fax: 504 895-2668 Website: www.stairnola.org

Summer Witness Catholic Charities

Website: www.catholiccharitiesno.org/summer_witness_sites.htm

Trinity Christian Community After School Program

3908 Joliet St. New Orleans, LA 70118

Phone: 504 482-7822 Fax: 504 482-7878 Hours: Mon-Fri 3pm - 5:30 pm Office: 9am-5pm Website: www.tccno.org/ Phone: 504 255-1412 Fax: 504 255-0490 Office Hours: 9am-6pm

Vietnamese Initiatives in Economic 4655 Michoud Blvd. Suite 17 Training New Orleans, LA 70129

VIET provides after school care and homework assistance for students from low income families in grades prekindergarten through 8th grade. Call or walk in applications

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SCHOOLS Website that maps and lists public schools in New Orleans. Updated frequently followed by listing of Recovery School District, Orleans Parish School Board traditional and Charter schools and Algiers and Independent BESE Charter Schools. Next scheduled update March 31st 2009. Visit the website for admission deadlines, schools and other information. Visit website for information on all public schools in Jefferson Parish. Information for students, parents, teachers, adminstrators and Board of Elementary & Secondary Education Visit website for information on the Plaquemines Parish Schools. Visit website for information on Orleans Parish public schools.

Greater New Orleans Community Data Center

Website:www.gnocdc.org/ maps/orleans_schools.pdf

Catholic Schools

www.arch-no.org

Jefferson Parish

Website: http://www.jppss.k12.la.us/ phone: (877) 453 - 2721 website: http://www.louisianaschools.net http://www.ppsb.org/ 3520 General DeGaulle Dr. New Orleans, LA 70114 Phone: 504-304-3520 W ebsite: www.nops.k12.la.us Phone: 504-373-6200 Fax: 504-309-3647 Hours: M-F 8:30 - 4:30 Website: www.nolapublicschools.net Phone: 504 309-8509 Fax: 504 309-8512 W ebsite: www.sosnola.org/nocloseups/

Louisiana Department of Education

Plaquemines Parish School Board

Orleans Parish Public Schools

Recovery School District

1641 Poland Ave New Orleans, LA 70117

Visit website for information on New Orleans Public Schools.

Save Our Schools New Orleans, LA / 826 Ida Place Suite B SOS NOLA New Orleans, LA 70119

Provides updated website that lists open schools by size, grade level, planning district etc. Includes description of facilities, staff, registration. Very useful site. Our school features a focus on student achievement, community support and involvement, a clean safe building, extensive materials and supplies for teachers and students, inclusing special education, teacher training and professional development, and a comprehensive curriculum.

Wilson School

1111 Milan Street New Orleans, LA

Phone: 504-373-6274

PROGRamING FOR CHILDREN/ ADOLESCENTS

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SENIORS Phone: 504-522-2337 Ensures that the elderly have access to program benefits 800-960-7705 Se Habla Espanol: 800-960- and services. Provides legal assistance to seniors and info and referrals concerning employment, education, public 7705 x152 Fax: benefits, and long term care issues. 504-522-2331 Phone: (504) 822 - 2671 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm provides paid on-jon training, nonprofit personell support, and employment assistance to low-income seniors 55 and older. No charge for services. Calls are confidential. Acts to prevent, remedy, halt or hinder acts of abuse and neglect against nursing home residents. Issues include physical abuse, emotional battering, threats, theft, embezzlement or neglect by caregivers Part of the US Administration on Aging, provides americans with information on senior services to older americans and their caregivers Needs assessment workers visit the elderly to determine needs and assist them in obtaining services. Provides information and legal assistance with social security, Medicare, Medicaid, wills, landlord/tenent relations and other civil legal issues.

Advocacy Center for the Elderly and 1010 Common St. Ste.2600 Disabled New Orleans, LA 70112

AARP Foundation Senior Employment Worksource Program

Elderly Protective Services / Volunteers of america

VOAGNO Headquarters 4152 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone: 504 832-0684 800 673-4673 Hours: 24 hours/day www.voagno.org

Eldercare Locator

phone: (800) 677 - 1116

Individual Needs Assessment and 6640 Riverside Dr. Ste. 140 Information and Assistance Metairie, LA 70003

Phone: 504 888-5880 Hours: 8:30am -4pm

New Orleans Council on Aging

2475 Canal St. Phone: 504 821-4121 or 504-821-1222 Suite 400 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm New Orleans, LA 70119 www.nocoa.org

Citywide senior service centers. Several locations

The Kingsley House Adult Services 1600 Constance St Program New Orleans LA, 70130

Phone: 504-523-6221 Fax: (504) 523-4450

Open to senior citizens and to medically disabled adults. Participants enjoy stimulating recreational and socialization activities, and are provided two nutritious meals and a snack each day. A safe and secure place to spend their day, while caregivers work or attend to housing, insurance, and other important resettlement matters.

SENIORS- HOUSING

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DISABLED Assistance to persons seeking, receiving or who have been denied rehabilitation services under the Louisiana Rehabilitation Services or other projects, programs or facilities funded under the Louisiana Rehabilitation Act. Hours: Provides services for citizens with developmental disabilities. The center offers informations and referral, education and training and parent to parent support Services for blind and visually impaired children and adults. Offers information and referrals, adjustments to blindness classes and other services. Assists clients with assistive technology which are Items, equipment, or systems used to increase, improve, or maintain the capabilities of people with disabilities. Also has a loan assistance program for $500-$50,000 with low interest rates and device loan program. Refurbished computers for $264. Demonstration centers located in Shreveport and Baton Rouge. Call for more information. Services are FREE of charge. provides information about healthcare, housing, Medicare, support and other issues for seniors, adults with disabilities, and their providers and caregivers The Disabilities Information Access Line (DIAL) provides information and referrals for persons with disabilities of all ages, as well as for relatives and professionals. Legal/advocacy services and training for individuals requiring assistive technology.

Advocacy Center for the Elderly and 1010 Common St. Ste 2600 Disabled Client Assistance Program New Orleans, LA 70112

Phone: 504 522-2337

Families Helping Families Resource 4118 Franklin Ave Centers New Orleans, LA 70122

Phone: 504-888-9111 M-F 9am-4pm www.fhfgno.org Phone: 504-899-4501 www.lhb.org

Lighthouse for the Blind

123 State St. New Orleans, LA. 70118

Louisiana Assistive Technology Network

Phone: (225) 293 - 8342 (800) 270 - 6185 Website: LATAN.org

Louisiana Aging and Disability Information Station

Phone: (800) 635 - 1437 www.louisianaanswers.com Phone: 800-922-DIAL (3425) TDD: 800-256-1633 www.laddc.org Phone: 800-960-7705

DIAL - Disabilities Information Access Line Protection and Advocacy for Assistive Technology

647 Main St. Baton Rouge, LA 70802

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LEGAL SERVICES Artis ts' Legal Assistance - Arts Council of New Orleans 818 Howard Ave. Ste.300 New Orleans, LA. 70113 Phone: 504 523-1465 Website: www.artscouncilofneworleans.org Phone: 504 558-9867 Fax: 504 558-0378 Website: www.thejusticecenter.org Eligble artists and arts organizations who have arts-related legal problems are matched with volunteer lawyers. Grants and public arts workshops.

Capital Assistance/ The Justice Center

636 Baronne St New Orleans., LA 70113

Federal Public Defender

500 Poydras St. Ste 318 New Orleans, LA 70130

Phone: 504 589-7930 www.federaldefender.net

Appointed by judge. Provides defense to individuals charged with federal crimes after appointed by court.

Legal Aid

1546 North Broad St. New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone: 504 324-6706 504 342-2193

Provides free legal services regarding civil (non-criminal) un-contested matters to low income people. Services include adoptions, divorce, child custody, name changes and child support. To find a directory of public defenders click on references on the website . To find a public or indigent deffender look in the city or parish phone book listings or ask the court for help

Louisiana Indigent Defense Assistance Board

1010 Commmon St. Suite 2710 New Orleans, LA

Phone: 504 568-8530 Website: www.lidab.com

Loyola Law Clinic

Mailing Address: 7214 St. Charles Ave Campus Box 502 New Phone: 504 861-5590 Orleans, LA 70118 Fax: 504 861-5440 Visiting Address: 526 Pine St. Room 121 New Orleans, LA 70118

Serves jefferson and Orleans parishes. Accepts domestic cases, social security and alimited number of criminal cases (criminal cases are generally assigned by the courts). No wlk-ins. Complainants must call for an appointment.

New Orleans Legal Assistance Corporation

1010 Common St. Ste1400A New Orleans, LA 70112

Phone: 504 529-1000

Links individuals in need of representation with attorneys in the appropriate field including fair housing, divorce, social security, admirality, backruptcy, civil rights, consumer law, corporations, debt collections, domestic law, immigration, taxes, labor, personal injury, wills and estates Provides free legal services to low income residents of the greater New Orleans area. Simple non-contested civil cases only. No walk-ins. Referrals are accepted fraom social service agencies with most from New Orleans Legal Assistance Corporation (504 529-1000). No emergency cases are accepted Third year law students represent eligible clients under the supervision of a practicing attorney in civil, criminal, immigration and juvenile matters. Clients must be courtappointed and of indigent status.

New Orleans Pro Bono Project

615 Baronne St. Ste. 201 New Orleans, LA 70113

Phone: 504 581-4043 Fax: 504-830-4043 Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm www.probono-no.org

Tulane University Law School Clinic 6329 Freret St. New Orleans, LA 70118

Phone; 504 865-5153

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EMPLOYMENT / JOB TRAINING TeachNOLA Phone: 504 - 274 - 3605 200 Broadway Street, Fax: 504 - 617 - 6609 Suite 108 New Orleans, LA www.teachnola.org 70118 735 Saint Charles Ave New Orleans, LA, 70130 Phone: 504 - 680 - 9610 tuition free, receive specialized classroom instruction and practical shop experience in basic safety, construction math, the use of hand tools and power tools, blueprint reading, basic rigging, basic communication skills, and basic employability skills. You may also choose to continue your education and train in the areas of carpentry, electrical, pipefitting, and welding. provides paid on-jon training, nonprofit personell support, and employment assistance to low-income seniors 55 and older. No charge for services. teachNOLA seeks the nation's most outstanding recent, mid- and post-career professionals to make a difference by teaching in a New Orleans public school.

TeachNOLA

Home Builders Institute

Louisiana Community and Technical 265 South Foster Drive College System Baton Rouge, LA, 70806

Phone: 866 - 310 - 1586 www.reconstruction.lctcs.edu

AARP Foundation Senior Employment Program

phone: (504) 822 - 2671

Delgado Community College AST Coordinator: Mr. Sean Martin 615 City Park Ave. New Orleans, LA 70119 (504) 671-5441 (1 of 5 locations, see website for more info) Eligible participants enroll in entry-level skills courses, preparing them for employment in the construction industry. These courses include a comprehensive overview of the worksite and the various trades involved in major construction projects. They also focus on workplace safety. Louisiana TeachNext is an innovative degree program of Baton Rouge, Bossier Parish, Delgado, Nunez, and River Parishes Community Colleges designed to attract talented individuals looking for a flexible and cost-effective way to pursue an associate’s degree and begin the path toward becoming certified elementary teachers.

Louisiana Teach Next

www.louisisanateachernext.org

Get Rewarded for Education and Advancement Training (GREAT)

3600 NEW 43rd st, Bldg G Gainesville, FL, 32606

Phone: 888-622-3720 Fax: 352-334-0932 W ebsite: www.imgreat.org

New Orleans Job Corps Center

3801 Hollygrove Street New Orleans, LA 70118

Phone: 504-486-0641 Fax: 504-486-0823 Hours:Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & SEXUAL ASSAULT Crescent House offers empowerment counseling, a 24hour crisis line, comprehensive case management services, and intervention services for children including music, art, and play therapy to break the cycle of abuse. All services at Crescent House are free of charge. Provides non-residential services. Provides legal representation mainly focused on getting restraining orders. Provides counseling for domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking serving women, men, children, and caregivers. Our available services include individual and group counseling, medical advocacy, referrals, outreach, and education. Emergency housing also provided.

Crescent House Healing Center

1000 Howard Ave New Orleans, 70113

Phone: (504) 866-7481 (504) 866-9554 - 24 hour Crisis Line

Project SAVE

1000 Howard Ave New Orleans, 70113

Phone: (504) 310-6872

Sexual Assault Services

Phone: 504 - 866 - 7481 Hours: Mon- Fri 8am - 8pm

TRANSPORATION RTA Eligibility Department 2817 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119 RTA ID Center 2817 Canal St. New Orleans, LA, 70119 RTA Fixed Route Service RTA Main Office (504) 827-8300 Eligibility Office Phone: (504) 827 – 8345 TDD: (504) 827 – 7833 Office Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm RTA ID Center Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am – 12:30pm & 1:30pm – 3:30pm RTA fixed-route buses are accessible to persons with disabilities. Features such as kneeling capability, lifts, wheelchair securement areas and priority seating areas Discount Rates: Senior Citizens - people 65 and over need an RTA senior citizen ID which can be had by bringing proof of age and picture ID to the RTA ID Center. Disabled persons – submit one page application supplemented with medical form by doctor or health care professional to verify disability. Pick up applications at the RTA Eligibility Department. Applications can also be requested over the telephone.

RTA Main Office (504) 827-8300 RTA Paratransit Service RTA Eligibility Department 2817 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119 Eligibility Office Phone: (504) 827 – 8345 TDD: (504) 827 – 7833 Office Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm

curb-to-curb public transportation service for persons with disabilities that prevent them from boarding, riding, or disembarking from a fixed-route bus. W heel-chair lift equipment on vehicles (vans or 4 door sedans). Driver can help client into vehicle but cannot help them out of building or into office. Because of this, client’s are allowed one person who can ride free with them to help them in an out of buildings. The charge is $1 per trip. The service is shared ride, so the client will be riding with other clients. To apply, contact RTA Eligibility Department. Application requested via phone can be expected within 2 weeks. Decisions regarding eligibility for the paratransit program will be provided within 3 weeks of a complete application.

ESL/ Non-english speaking support

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