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Louisiana - St. Benard Parish

 

This list is divided into six categories:

For additional resources, consult the lists for neighboring parishes.

EMERGENCY SERVICES

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

Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
“The GOHSEP coordinates State Disaster Declarations authorized by the Governor. The GOHSEP staff is poised and ready to serve the people of Louisiana at a moment’s notice.
Contact Person: John Rahaim Phone: (504) 278-4268 ”
Website: http://gohsep.la.gov/

St. Bernard Parish Fire Department
Phone: (504) 278-1582
Website: http://www.sbpg.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=543&Item id=191

St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office
Phone: (504) 271-2501
Website: http://www.sbso.org/

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GENERAL RESOURCES

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

Beacon of Hope Resource Center
“Beacon of Hope: Beacon of Hope Resource Center implements resident led neighborhood activities where residents can acquire information and resources vital to their recovery. These neighborhood activities are supported by core teams of resident volunteers. These teams address a variety of issues including light, infrastructure repair, quality of life, economic development, and identification of neighbors with hardships in need of assistance. We also provide resources and volunteers to residents struggling to rebuild.”
Phone: (504) 309-5120
Website: http://www.beaconofhopenola.org

Community Center of St. Bernard
Mustard Seed Distribution: The Mustard Seed Food Pantry at the Community Center of St. Bernard is a Second Harvest Partner that provides nutritious canned, fresh and frozen food to local families whose income is 130% or less of the federal poverty limit.
Phone: (504) 281-2512

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

HOPE Project of St. Bernard Parish
The H.O.P.E. Project is a grassroots hurricane relief and community empowerment organization. Located in Violet, St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, we work to directly address social, economic, and environmental issues pertaining to affected neighborhoods. Made up of volunteers locally and from around the country, we are committed to working with people to rebuild in a just and sustainable way, restoring dignity and hope to St. Bernard Parish communities.
Phone: 504-419-0185
Website: http://www.volunteermatch.org/search/org59739.jsp

Louisiana Workforce Commission
“Information on employment, businesses, and other local services.”
Phone: (504) 355-4439
Website: http://www.laworks.net/

LSU AgCenter
“The LSU AgCenter has an array of information to help people in their recovery from the multiple problems caused by a hurricane. These problems include the danger of disease from insects, other pests and flood waters as well as illness from contamination by flood waters. Please heed the following advice.”
Phone: (504) 278-4234
St. Bernard Parish Website: http://www.lsuagcenter.com/en/our_offices/parishes/St.+Bernard/

County Office
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Website: http://www.countyoffice.org

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CHILDREN'S SERVICES

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

Boy Scouts of America SELA Council
Scouting: The Southeast Louisiana Council, Boy Scouts of America, has been serving youth in the Greater New Orleans region since 1910. Scouting offers educational programs that teach leadership skills, survival skills, ethical values, character, caring skills, citizenship, and responsibility.
Phone: (504) 889-0388
Website: http://www.bsa-selacouncil.org

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

Department of Children and Family Services
Website: http://www.dss.louisiana.gov/

Department of Children and Family Services Resources
This website displays all current facilities licensed by the Department of Children and Family Services, Licensing Section.
Website: http://www.dcfs.la.gov/

Preschool Program
“The purpose of the St. Bernard Parish Public School Early Childhood Program is to provide universal pre-kindergarten classes to four-year-old children who are eligible to enter public school kindergarten the following year and as many eligible three-year-old students as grant funding permits, including those students with disabilities.
Phone: 504-301-2000
Website: http://www.stbernard.k12.la.us/preschool_home.asp

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES

Community Service Center Inc.
“The CSC provides holistic services to its clients and their families through a professional counseling/case management staff. Clients are assisted individually to promote successful, self-motivated, self-sufficient productive citizens of their communities and families.”
Phone: (504) 897-6277
Website: http://www.cscnouw.org

Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence
“The Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence is the federally designated statewide coalition of shelters, non-residential programs and individuals working to end domestic violence in Louisiana. Our programs serve people from everywhere in Louisiana and who come from all backgrounds.”
Hotline 24/7: 1-888-411-1333
Website: http://www.lcadv.org

St. Bernard Battered Women's Program. Inc.
“Our goal is to meet the immediate needs safety, shelter, food, clothing, medical attention, etc. and then to encourage independence and self-sufficiency of every survivor to attain a lifestyle of their choosing.”
24 Hour Crisis Line: (504) 277-3177
Website: http://www.stbernardbwp.com/welcome.aspx

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HEALTH SERVICES

Department of Health and Hospitals
Phone: (225) 342-9500
Website: http://dhh.louisiana.gov/

Department of Health and Hospital Services Clinic List
List of all clinics in Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, and St. Bernard, parishes including the type of care and phone numbers of clinics.
Website: http://new.dhh.louisiana.gov/index.cfm/directory/home#c159

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

St. Bernard Parish Health Clinic
Phone: (504) 278.7415
Website: http://new.dhh.louisiana.gov/index.cfm/directory/detail/4851

St. Bernard Parish Hospital
Phone: (504) 826-9500
Website: http://www.sbph.net/

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

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MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES

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

Hope Networks
“Provides a collaborative environment, community clearinghouse, and other resources and support to encourage action to improve the lives of all people.”
Phone: 1-800-695-7273
Website: http://www.hopenetworks.org

Louisiana Substance Treatment
“Because we treat both addiction and substance abuse problems and underlying root causes, such as mental health issues. Traditional programs only address one. Having one condition treated instead of both puts clients at a greater risk for relapse. Our program focuses on treating the whole person, not just one condition.”
Phone: (877) 345-3221
Website: http://www.rehabandtreatment.com/louisiana-substance-treatment?ibp- adgroup=substance-treatment-Louisiana&gclid=CNLW7YrntLkCFSgS7AodOUMACg

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

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

St. Bernard Mental Health Clinic
“The St. Bernard Mental Health Clinic provides individual and group counseling, aftercare, appointments, chemotherapy, and a re-socialization program for those adults who meet the target population criteria. Psychiatric, psychological, and psychosocial evaluations are performed after acceptance in the Mental Health Center.
Phone: (504) 278-7401
Website: http://www.stbernards.info/specialtes-services/behavioral-health-services

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

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