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This guide contains information about behavioral health resources available for children and youth in the New Orleans area. The resources listed in this guide are intended to be used by teachers, faculty, parents, residents, or young people themselves to help children and youth access needed services. In addition, the guide highlights agencies who offer school-based behavioral health training and services that can help community members who serve youth.
This guide contains information about behavioral health service providers and how to enroll in certain medical benefits. The guide was originally published in January 2012 and was updated in Fall 2012.
This guide, published by 504 HealthNet, has detailed profiles of over 50 community health centers in the Greater New Orleans area. These clinics provide services like adult and pediatric primary care, vision, gynecology and obstetrics, dentistry, psychiatry, and podiatry.
This guide contains information on clinics that provide care without regard to ability to pay and resources for getting health insurance.
To update or add your information to a resource guide, call the Health Department at (504) 658-2598.
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The New Orleans Community Health Improvement Report contains two reports, the Community Health Profile and the Community Health Improvement Plan. The report is the result of a formal community health assessment and planning effort that involved over 100 community partners.
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The Primary Care Safety Net Access Plan is a comprehensive overview and set of policy recommendations for healthcare access in the New Orleans area for use in planning and policy-making, in order to achieve and maintain equitable access to care. For more information on the creation of this plan, see the Health Care Access Policy Work page.
The Behavioral Health Strategic Plan outlines the recommendations of community stakeholders and service providers on how to strengthen the behavioral health system. For more information on the development of this plan, see the Behavioral Health Strategic Plan page.
The Fit NOLA Shared Action Blueprint outlines the city's plan to become a top ten fittest city in the United States by 2018, the 300th anniversary of the city's founding. Learn more about Fit NOLA on the Healthy Lifestyles page.
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Supported by the National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention, the NOLA For Life Playbook: Promoting Life for All Youth is a strategic plan for action to prevent youth violence.
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Community health data profiles review the most recent data available on important health issues in New Orleans.
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This profile reviews data on health disparities in New Orleans based on three factors: race, place and poverty.
This profile reviews data on healthy lifestyles in New Orleans, including information on obesity and overweight among children and adults, fitness and physical activity, and the food environment.
The New Orleans Health Department publishes the monthly Mental Health Dashboard, which shows utilization trends for emergency and outpatient services. You can find this month's Dashboard here.
The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals' Infectious Disease Epidemiology Program tracks infectious disease statewide and publishes regular morbidity reports.
The State Center for Health Statistics collects and publishes birth and death statistics.
Last updated: 12/5/2013 12:39:52 PM