NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS

If you have an emergency, please call 911.

Below are some mental health resources. This list is not exhaustive. NAMI-BR does not endorse any organization, program or service listed.


CRISIS LINES

Capital Area Human Services District Child and Adolescent Response Team
922-0631 (or) 1-866-392-4692

Rape Crisis Center of Baton Rouge
(225) 383-7273

The Phone Crisis Line, Crisis Intervention Center
(225) 924-3900


24-HOUR EMERGENCY ROOM SERVICES

Baton Rouge General Health Center
8585 Picardy Ave
(225) 763-4400

Lane Memorial Hospital
Zachary
(225) 658-4335

Ochsner Hospital of Baton Rouge
(225) 755-4858

Our Lady of the Lake Hospital
Baton Rouge
(225) 765-8826

Pointe Coupee General Hospital
New Roads
(225) 638-6331

Prevost Hospital
Donaldsonville
(225) 473-7931

St. Elizabeth’s Hospital
Gonzales, La.
(225) 647-5000

W. Feliciana Parish Hospital
St. Francisville
(225) 635-3811


CORONERS


East Baton Rouge Parish
4030 T.B. Herndon Ave.
Baton Rouge, La.
225-389-3047

West Baton Rouge
777 Michigan St.
Port Allen, La.
225-336-2429

Iberville Parish
58038 Fort St.
Plaquemine,La.
225-687-8555

West Feliciana Parish
5326 Oak Street
St. Francisville, La.
225-635-5848

East Feliciana Parish
11315 Liberty St.
Clinton, La.
225-683-3358

Pointe Coupee Parish
2202 False River Drive
New Roads,  La.
225-638-5736

Ascension Parish
2647 ST. Elizabeth Blvd. Ste #100
Gonzales, La. 
225-644-4743


MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES


If necessary, go to the nearest emergency room.
Inpatient (referral to public facility required through outpatient public sector clinics.)

Outpatient- Capital Area Center for Adult Behavioral Health (CABH)
(225) 925-1906

Donaldsonville Mental Health Clinic- Serves children, adolescents and adults. Services are same as CABH (above).
(225) 474-2025

Family Services of Greater Baton Rouge
(225) 924-0123

Family Services Center of St. Francisville
(225) 635-5299

Gonzales Mental Health Center
(225) 621-5770

Margaret Dumas Mental Health Center
(225) 359-9315


COMMUNITY SUPPORT FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH


Alliance House
(225) 987-0013

Lakeline Direct at Our Lady of the Lake
225) 765-5253

Mental Health Assn. of Greater Baton Rouge
(225) 929-7674

Mental Health Advocacy Center
(225) 342-6678

 National Alliance on Mental Illness – Louisiana
(225) 291-6262

National Alliance on Mental Illness – Baton Rouge
(225) 273-6061 


BASIC NEEDS


Clothing
Fellowship Center, Gonzales
(225) 644-2711

Happi Llandiers, Inc., St. Francisville
(225) 635-6264

Salvation Army, Baton Rouge
(225) 355-4483

St. Vincent de Paul Store, Baton Rouge
(225) 356-5158

Woodland Community Center, Clinton|
(225) 683-3110

First Baptist Church of Baton Rouge
(225) 343-0397

VOA of Greater Baton Rouge Drop-in Center
(225) 346-8182

Our Brother’s Keeper, Plaquemine
(225) 687-9986

Food
Chaneyville Community Center, Zachary
(225) 654-3309

Delmont Service Center, Baton Rouge
(225) 389-5464

Fellowship Center, Gonzales
(225) 644-2711

Happi Llandiers, Inc., St. Francisville
(225) 635-6264

Hope Ministry of Pointe Coupee
(225) 618-8300

St. Paul Center
(225) 344-8590

St. Vincent de Paul Dining Room, Baton Rouge
(225) 383-7439

Salvation Army, Baton Rouge
(225) 355-4483

Salvation Army of East Ascension, Gonzales
(225) 644-2807

Salvation Army of West Feliciana, St. Francisville
(225) 635-5299

United Way Info. Line
(877) 923-2114

Volunteers of America Greater Baton Rouge -Drop-In Center
(225) 346-8182

Woodland Community Center, Clinton
(225) 683-3110

Shelters and Transitional Homes (* = referral needed)
A New Inspiration Homeless Shelter, Baton Rouge
Serves recovering alcoholics and addicts.
(225) 343-3286

American Red Cross, Baton Rouge
May arrange for shelter in hotel if no other space available in regular shelters.
(225) 291-4533

Ascension Parish Quad Area (women & children)
(225) 644-8532

Capital Area Family Violence Intervention Center, Inc., Baton Rouge
Battered Women’s Shelter – Battered women only and children.
Many services available, including child care
(225) 389-3001

Catholic Community Services Families First Housing,
Baton Rouge Transitional housing for families
(225) 336-4406

Jewel Newman Community Center
(225)775-6815

Joseph Homes, Baton Rouge
(225) 336-4406

Transitional shelter for homeless male ex-offenders
(225) 336-8700

Maison Des Ami* – Shelter and services for adults with mental illness
(225) 343-3827

O’Brien House, Baton Rouge*
Shelter and rehabilitation program for recovering substance abusers
(225) 344-6345

Our Lady of the Lake, Baton Rouge*
(225) 923-1389

St. Agnes Emergency Shelter, Baton Rouge
Missionary Sisters for Charity Queen of Peace Home
Shelter for women and children under 6 years of age
(225) 383-8367

St. Vincent DePaul (men and women), Baton Rouge
(225) 383-7343

Salvation Army, Baton Rouge
Shelter for males only
(225) 355-4483

Women’s Community Rehabilitation Center*
Transitional living for women with mental illness
(225) 336-0000

Youth Oasis
(225) 343-6300

Financial
Catholic Community Services, Baton Rouge
(225) 336-8770

Downtown Christian Outreach Center, Baton Rouge
(225) 343-7364

Fellowship Center, Gonzales
(225) 644-2711

Happi Llandiers, Inc., St. Francisville
(225) 635-6264

Martin L. King Community Center, Baton Rouge
(225) 389-7804

North Baton Rouge Community Center
(225) 775-6815

S.B.R. Community Center, Baton Rouge
(225) 389-4814 or (225) 389-4860

United Methodist Church of St. Francisville
(225) 635-3763

Legal Services
Public Defender, Baton Rouge
(225) 389-3150

Mental Health Advocacy Center, Baton Rouge
(225) 342-6678

The Advocacy Center
(225) 925-8884 or (800) 960-7705

Families Helping Families, Baton Rouge
(225) 216-7474or (866) 216-7474

Capital Area Legal Services
(225) 387-5173

1-800 NUMBERS

The Phone/Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center
(800) 272-8367

CAHSD Developmental Disabilities
(866) 628-2133

Child and Adolescent Response Team
(866) 392-4692

Child Health National Hotline
(800) 422-4453

The Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administrations Referral and Routing Service
(800) 662-4357

United Way 211
(877) 923-2114

Elderly Abuse Hotline
(800) 259-4990

Runaway Hotline
(800) 621-4000

Poison Control Center Hotline
(800) 222-1222

Child Support Enforcement Hotline
(800) 256-4650

U.S. Health & Human Services Civil Rights Office
(800) 368-1019

Prevent Child Abuse
(800) 244-5373

Emergency Shelters – East Baton Rouge

Battered Women’s Program
P.O. Box 2133, Baton Rouge, LA 70821
(225) 389-3001 • Toll-Free (800)-541-9706
Statewide 24-Hour hotline: 1-888-411-1333

Outreach Offices:
Ascension (225) 644-4916

East & West Feliciana (225) 683-2755

Iberville (225) 687-1314

Pointe Coupee (225) 638-9507
Temporary room and board at shelter for abused women and children. Services for outpatient and inpatient include: advocacy; support groups; and legal advice. Women must not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs and must not exhibit any type of violent behavior while in the shelter. Women can be pregnant. Counseling programs are available for children and non-residents. Intake by referral or telephone. Serves female victims of domestic violence and their children. No Fee. Picture I.D. required. Public bus line within 3 to 4 blocks.

Queen of Peace Night Shelter – Missionaries of Charity (St. Agnes)
737 East Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70802
(225) 383-8367
Temporary night shelter for women and children. Must not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs and must not exhibit violent behavior. Apply for vacancy before 3pm. Supper and breakfast served. Call before going to shelter. No new admissions are accepted on Thursdays. Queen of Peace Maternity House is available for pregnant women. Intake by telephone. Serves women and children; no boys over age 5. No Fee. Picture I.D., Social security card, birth certificate and criminal report to be provided for documentation. Public bus line within 3 to 4 blocks.

Sweet Dreams Shelter – Society of St. Vincent de Paul (Women)
1623 Convention St., Baton Rouge, LA 70802
(225) 383-7343 • FAX (225) 383-6623
Pharmacy: (225) 383-7450 • Legal Services: (225) 383-7837
Emergency shelter for up to three months that offers access to clothing, pharmacy, a day center and dental services. Hot lunches are served 365 days a year, and the Bags of Hope, which is a supper program that provides a bag lunch, is available Monday through Friday. Community Pharmacy is also available; must call for screening process. Women must be looking for work and children must be in daycare or school. Women can be pregnant. Food program and legal services are available to anyone. Intake for legal services is by walk-in or appointment. Serves single women and women with children; no boys over age 12. No Fee. Picture I.D. to be provided for documentation. Public bus line within 3 to 4 blocks.

Bishop Ott Shelter – Society of St. Vincent de Paul (Men)
1623 Convention St., Baton Rouge, LA 70802
(225) 383-7343 • FAX (225) 383-6623
Pharmacy: (225) 383-7450 • Legal Services: (225) 383-7450
Emergency shelter for 90 days max that offers access to clothing, pharmacy, and dental services. Hot lunches are served 365 days a year, and the Bags of Hope, which is a supper program that provides a bag lunch, is available Monday through Friday. Community Pharmacy is also available; must call for screening process. Food program and legal services are available to anyone. Intake for legal services is by walk-in or appointment. Mandatory work and savings plan. Serves single men. No Fee. Picture I.D. to be provided for documentation. Public bus line within 3 to 4 blocks.

Bishop Ott Shelter – Society of St. Vincent de Paul (Men)
2655 Plank Rd., Baton Rouge, LA 70802
(225) 355-0374 • FAX (225) 383-6623
Shelter, clothing, and food provided for walk-in single males. $3.00 fee per night. Picture I.D. required. Public bus line within 3 to 4 blocks.

Salvation Army Emergency Shelter (Men)
7361 Airline Hwy, Baton Rouge, LA 70805
(225) 355-4483 • FAX (225) 355-7393
Shelter for single males. Intake by appointment, walk-in or telephone. Must pass Breathalyzer test. The first night is free, and the cost is $7.50 per night afterwards; one night is free every 30 days. Picture I.D. required. Public bus line within 3 to 4 blocks.

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