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Frequently Asked Questions

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Where is SCLHSA located?

Lafourche Behavioral Health Center
157 Twin Oaks Drive
Raceland, LA 70394

River Parishes Assessment Center
232 Belle Terre Blvd., Suite B.
Laplace, LA 70068

River Parishes Behavioral Health Center
1809 West Airline Hwy.
Laplace, LA 70068

St. Mary Behavioral Health Center
500 Roderick St. Suite B.
Morgan City, LA 70380

Terrebonne Behavioral Health Center
5599 Hwy. 311
Houma, LA 70360

Developmental Disabilities Office
5599 Hwy. 311
Houma, LA 70360

158 Regal Row
Houma, LA 70360

How do I enroll in Behavioral Health Services with SCLHSA?

Call or walk into the most convenient Behavioral Health Center location to complete a brief screening and schedule an individualized Behavioral Health Assessment.

How do I apply for Developmental Disability Services with SCLHSA?

Call (985) 876-8805, or walk into the Developmental Disabilities Office located at 5593 Hwy 311 in Houma, LA 70360 to set up an intake appointment. What you will need to bring and the eligibility process with be explained during your initial contact.

What is an assessment?

An assessment is a tool used to gather information to help your counselor identify your strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences. This information helps your counselor know how to help you meet your treatment goals.

How long will I need to be in treatment?

During your assessment, your treatment needs are identified. Based on your needs, a recommendation for treatment is made. You and your counselor and/or physician will develop a specific, individualized plan that will help you meet your goals. You will be provided treatment services outlined in your person-centered plan until your goals are met.

Will I be able to see a doctor or get medication on my first visit?

The typical treatment process starts with an individualized assessment with a licensed clinician at your local Behavioral Health Center. A psychiatric evaluation and/or counseling service will then be scheduled based on the needs, preferences and expectations identified in your assessment.

What is the Crisis Assist Link Line (CALL Line)?

SCLHSA’s Crisis Assist Link Line (CALL Line) provides immediate assistance afterhours to anyone at any age who is experiencing a personal, emotional or mental health crisis. The CALL Line service provides Crisis Counseling, Suicide Prevention, Support, and Information and referral for immediate assistance to prevent emergencies and decrease recidivism. The CALL Line Operates 4:30PM-8:00AM Monday thru Friday and 24 hours on weekends and holidays. The number is 1-877-500-9997.

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