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Hurricane Zeta Office Closure

Do you have a game plan? Get ready now!

Rebecca Soley 76

Due to Hurricane Zeta, all services with the exception of residential substance use disorders services will be unavailable on Wednesday, October 28 at noon, and all day Thursday, October 29. Services are expected to resume on Friday, October 30.

If you experience a behavioral health crisis during office closure, you can access our after-hours emergency line through ViaLink by dialing ‪1-855-268-1091 or “211”. You can also access crisis chat at ‪www.vialink.org. Text Chat is also available by texting “TXT211” to ‪504-777-EASE (3273).


If you have a medical emergency, please go to the nearest Emergency Room or dial 911.

Learn more about FPHSA services, by clicking "read more."

Northshore Community Health Systems Recruiting Event

A Division of Florida Parishes Human Services Authority

Rebecca Soley 92

Northshore Community Health Systems, a division of Florida Parishes Human Services Authority, is hosting a board member recruiting event on Thursday, October 8 at 5 p.m. as they are expanding primary care services in your community! Serve your community by being a part of the expansion of these much-needed health care services by becoming a member of the board. Join us for this event to learn more.

You can also join us online virtually. Please email Rebecca.Soley@fphsa.org for registration information.

Behavioral Health 911 Virtual Event

September 30, 2020

Rebecca Soley 102

Mental Health Association for Greater Baton Rouge has partnered with us to host a Virtual Behavioral Health 911 Panel! We invite you to join our virtual event featuring practicing professionals discussing Behavioral Health issues in your community with a focus on The State of Behavioral Health in 2020.

Join us online on September 30'th at 2:00 p.m.

Our panel will feature subject matter experts including:

  • Richard J. Kramer, FPHSA Executive Director;
  • Dr. Charles Preston, St. Tammany Parish Coroner;
  • Dr. Earl Benjamin-Robinson, Deputy Director with LDH’s Office of Community Partnerships & Health Equity; and
  • Dr. June Williams, SELU Associate Professor of Counseling.

The event is FREE but does require registration!

Click Here to Register

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