Catholic Charities School-Based Counseling
We contract with the St. Charles Parish School Board, Special Education Department, to provide school social work services to children and young adults.
(985) 785-2113, ext. 24
Ciara Independent Living & Ciara Permanent Housing
These services provide consumers with chronic mental illness with housing and the level of care necessary to support their recovery.
Counseling Solutions is a professional counseling program available to individuals, couples, families and groups of all faiths. A caring, compassionate staff of licensed mental health professionals provides services related to: depression, anxiety, marriage and couple concerns, parent and child concerns, childhood and adolescence, child and family counseling, grief and loss, post traumatic stress, anger management, and adult psychiatric medication management. We accept payment from most major insurance companies. Clients without insurance will be charged a reasonable rate based on a sliding scale.
100 Melonie Street, Suite F, Boutte
St. Luke the Evangelist Catholic Church
910 Cross Gates Blvd., Slidell
Archdiocese of New Orleans North Shore Pastoral Center
69090 East Highway 190 Service Road, Covington
799 Fairway Drive, Laplace
St. Louise de Marillac Ministry
St. Louise de Marillac Ministry is a Mental Health Rehabilitation (MHR) program dedicated to serving New Orleans’ chronically mentally ill youth and adults with emotional and behavioral problems. The program provides extensive mental health and rehabilitation services to help clients cope with the symptoms of their illnesses.
Spirit of Hope
Spirit of Hope is a collaborative program among Catholic Charities and 15 other non-profit agencies in areas affected by the 2010 BP oil spill. Spirit of Hope minimizes the impact of the oil spill disaster through outreach, community engagement, education, counseling services and psychiatric services. Click here for an overview of the impact of this program.
Voyage House is a residential shelter for women 39+ who experience substance abuse and/or mental health issues. Women who qualify for the program receive housing, clinical services and a full array of case management and ADL (activities of daily living) skills development services. The program also offers independent permanent housing in the community to eligible women.