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SCLHSA Community Resource Guide

Let us help you find services outside of our offerings. Filter results below by service type and location. We update this list regularly. 

Lafourche Parish Government Office of Community Action


4876 Hwy 1, Raceland, LA, USA

Office of Community Action is dedicated to improving the lives of Lafourche Parish low-income families. The agency is able to provide an array of services to help families become economically stable with funding received from federal, state, and local levels. According to the participant’s needs, the agency is allowed to pay for rent/mortgage, utility assistance, higher education tuition and book assistance, commodity distribution and food vouchers, school uniforms, funeral assistance, emergency lodging, prescription assistance, and summer employment program. Households must meet income guidelines for this program. All eligible working clients must complete a job referral form and register with LA Works. Our team of professionals look forward to serving you and your family.

Lafourche Parish Brief Therapy Center


5524 North Hwy 1 Suite B, Lockport, LA 70374

Eight (8) sessions of counseling/therapy at no cost to Lafourche Parish Residents.

Lafourche Parish McKinney-Vento Program


1411 Crescent Avenue, Lockport, LA, USA

The primary goal of the McKinney-Vento Program is to ensure homeless/transitional students stay in school by removing barriers to attendance.

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline - LGBTQI+

text Q to 988 or call 988 and press 3

If you need support, you can call, text, or chat with someone 24/7 through 988. We work to provide support and resources reflective of all communities and their own needs. You can reach a specialized LGBTQI+ affirming counseling by texting Q to 988 or pressing 3 when calling.

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline


The 988 Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.


Find free or reduced-cost resources like food, housing, financial assistance, health care, and more.

House of Hope: Food and Clothing Donations


8551 E Main St, Houma, LA, USA

Prepared meals 51 Saturdays out of the year and every Tuesday. Clothing also available. Showers and Washing machine available Tuesdays. Recovery Classes on Fridays.

Intelligent's College Planning Guide for Students with Mental Health Conditions

Free comprehensive online college guide specifically designed for students with mental health disorders. It offers a wealth of information to support them in their educational journey.

Via Link's Teen Crisis Text Line


The program is primarily meant to serve youth ages 13-22 who are in emotional distress or just want someone to talk to throughout the state of Louisiana.


Online instant messaging with a Trevor counselor.


Text Start to 678-678

Confidential text messaging with a Trevor counselor.

The Trevor Project Lifeline


A crisis intervention and suicide prevention phone
service available 24/7/365.

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