Community Resources

Name of Agency Types of Services Facility Location Other Information
DePaul Community Health Center


Formerly known as Daughters of Charity

Primary Care, Pediatric Care, Women's Health, Behavioral Health, Dental Care, Eye Care, Lab, Pharmacy, Medicaid Enrollment

Various locations throughout the city.


St. Celia
1030 Lesseps Street.
New Orleans, LA 70117 (Map) 504-941-6041


3201 S. Carrollton Avenue.
New Orleans, LA 70118 (Map) 


Monday-Thursday:  8am - 5pm

Friday:  8am - 2pm

Saturday (St. Cecilia)-Sunday (both): Closed

Carrollton is open
Saturday:  8am - 2pm

Metropolitan Human Services District Psychiatric evaluation, medication management, intensive case management, respite beds, transitional housing, drug screening and evaluation, intensive outpatient services for addictive disorders, residential treatment for addiction, detoxification referrals, and pharmacy assistance. 2221 Philip Street,
New Orleans, LA 70112 (Map)

Phone:  504-568-3130

Crisis Line:  504-826-2675

University Medical Center Primary Medical Care,
Drug Reimbursement,
Oral Health
2000 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70112 (Map)
Phone:  504-702-5700
(appointment line)
St. Thomas Community Health Center Pediatric & Adult Primary Care, Optometry, Chronic Disease Management, Health Education & Counseling, Infectious Disease, Women's Health, Obstetrics, Mammography, Behavioral health, Mental Health, Health Insurance Enrollment 1020 St. Andrew Street.
New Orleans, LA 70130 (Map)

1936 Magazine Street.
New Orleans, LA 70130 (Map)

2405 Jackson Avenue    Building B; Suite 222
New Orleans, LA 70113 (Map)

Monday - Friday 
7:15am - 5pm

Phone:  504-529-5558

Fax:  504-529-8840  

UNITY of Greater
New Orleans
Outreach, Crisis Line, Case Management, Employment Assistance, Medical Care, Mental Health Services, Day Program, Substance Abuse Treatment, HIV/AIDS Services, Legal Services, Housing Search, Transportation 2407 Baronne Street,
New Orleans, LA 70113 (Map)

Monday - Friday 
8:30am - 4:30pm

Phone:  504-899-4589

New Orleans Mission

Clients are allowed to stay 21 days.  After 21 days, a 30 day time-out period will be enforced before allowed to stay again.  First come, first served.
Meals, Clothing, Education, Case Management, Day Program, Veteran Assistance

1130 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70130 (Map)  504-523-2116

Monday - Friday: 
Check-In 4pm - 6pm
Check-Out 7am

Check-In 5pm - 7pm
Check-Out 7am

Check-In 6pm - 8pm
Check-Out 7am

Ozanam Inn

Meals, Medical Care, Clothing, Vouchers, Mail, Hair Cuts, Housing, Case Management, Legal Services.

Bed requests only. First Come, First Served

2239 Poydras Street,
New Orleans, LA 70130 (Map)


New Registrants 
Sunday - Saturday:  8am - 4pm

Beds are guaranteed for first 10 nights stay

Old Registrants 
Sunday - Saturday:  5:30am - 4pm

Salvation Army

First 5 days are free, $10 per night after.  Count lasts for one year, starting with the 1st date of last year’s visit.  First come, first served.

Emergency Shelter, Case Management, Pathways of Hope.

4526 S Claiborne Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70125 (Map)

Sunday - Saturday
Check-In 4pm
Check-Out 6:30am

Phone:  504-899-4569

Bridge House

Grace House

Gender Specific program that includes Housing, Substance Abuse, Thrift Store, Residential Program, Case Management. 4150 Earhart Boulevard
New Orleans, LA 70125 (Map)

Bridge House is a men's treatment program.

Grace House is a women's treatment program. 

Phone:  504-821-7120

Harry Tompson Center Shelter, Laundry, Haircut, Computer, Shower, Legal, Medical Care, Mental Health, Case Management and more 1803 Gravier Street
New Orleans, LA 70112 (Map)

Monday - Friday
8am - 2:30pm

Phone:  504-273-5547

Crescent City Pharmacy

Prescription Services:

Refill Request - You can use our online form to request prescription refills.
Prescription Transfer - Our online form makes transferring your prescription to us really easy.

Download the RefillRx Mobile App to order your prescriptions from your smartphone,
online medication refills & transfers
free medication delivery services (Limited Area)

2240 Simon Bolivar Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70113 (Map)

Monday - Friday:  8am - 5:30pm
Saturday:  9am - 12pm
Sunday:  CLOSED

Accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and most Insurance Plans

Phone:  504-267-4100

Fax:  504-267-4103

New Orleans Women & Children's Shelter Shelter Care, Case Management, Parent Education, Employment Program, Referrals, Housing Education, Financial Education, Aftercare Support   2020 South Liberty Street
New Orleans, LA 70113 (Map)
For general information including those seeking shelter, you can email or call 504-522-9340
Healthy Start New Orleans (HSNO) Job Training, Free Baby Items, Health Education, Referrals, Medicaid, WIC, Counseling, Support Groups, Case Management 1616 Caffin Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117 (Map)

Monday - Friday
8am - 4:30pm

Phone:  504-658-2600

City of New Orleans Women, Infant and Children (WIC) Breastfeeding Support, Food Vouchers, Health Education, Personalized Counseling, Referrals Edna Pilsbury Health Clinic (Central City)
2222 Simon Bolivar Avenue
2nd Floor
New Orleans, LA 70112 (Map) 

Monday - Friday
8am - 12pm and
1pm - 4pm

Phone:  504-658-2895


Crescent Care Drug Reimbursement,
Emergency Financial Assistance,
Food Bank.
Health Insurance Assistance,
Housing Assistance,
Medical & Non-Medical Case Management,
Medical Transportation,
Mental Health Therapy,
Primary Medical Care,
1631 Elysian Fields Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117 (Map) external link
Phone:  504-821-2601
Fax:  504-821-2040

Health Guardians

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans

Intensive care management, Transportation assistance, Counseling and medication management, Food Assistance,Prescription Assistance, Referrals for substance abuse treatment. Workforce Development Referrals. Transitional housing 8326 Apricot Street,
Suite 203
New Orleans, LA 70118 (Map)

Phone:  504-310-6908

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The Community for Accredited Online Schools Resources and advocacy for K-12 and college students experiencing homelessness.    
Covenant House New Orleans Shelter and services for youth ages 16 - 22, 24/7 Care Center, Stable Housing, Education, Employment, Life Skills, Health & Wellness, Outreach, LGBTQIA+, Human Trafficking Survivor Support 611 North Rampart St., New Orleans, LA 70112

Open 24 hours. Phone: (504) 584-1111

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State and Local Partners

Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals-Office of Public Health   State Health Department.  Supports health services throughout the city.  Visit their website to learn more.  

Louisiana Public Health Institute


  LPHI coordinates and manages public health programs and initiatives in the areas of health systems development and community health improvement and provides an array of services to help meet the needs of local and national partner organizations.  
Health Guardians of Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans (CCANO)   Health Guardians of Catholic Charities is an intensive and integrated care model that strives to remove and address any and all barriers (social, economic and health-related) to receiving effective health care.  Contact 504-310-6911 or through their website.  

Law Enforcement Assisted Program (LEAD)




The LEAD program is a partnership between NOHD, New Orleans Police Department, the Vera Institute of Justice, and the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice Coordination.  LEAD is being piloted in the NOPD 8th District and gives officers the discretion to divert individuals at risk for arrest to case management instead of entering the criminal justice system.  Eligible participants are those who show signs or symptoms of mental illness or substance use disorder, and who are at risk of arrest for non-violent, low level Municipal offenses.  Case managers help connect participants to various resources, including mental health treatment, substance use treatment, and housing assistance.  Learn more at the New Orleans Health Dept (NOHD) Behavioral Health website.


Office of Health Policy- Ryan White Program



  One of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program's primary functions is to identify qualified health care facilities and non-profit agencies to provide services that will decrease the rate of growth of HIV/AIDS within our community and increase the health and well-being of persons living with HIV/AIDS.  Learn more at the Ryan White website.  

City of New Orleans- Office of Community Development

  The Office of Community Development works to stabilize and revitalize communities in the City of New Orleans through the development of affordable housing and economic opportunity, and the delivery of community services that support Orleans Parish residents  
Louisiana Primary Care Association, Inc. (LPCA)   LPCA represents 31 federally funded, private non-profit and public community health centers across Louisiana that serve more than 300,000 patients annually.  Learn more in this link  




  504HealthNet is an association comprised of 22 non-profit and governmental organizations in the Greater New Orleans area.  Our members independently operate 60 service locations ranging from comprehensive adult/pediatric primary care and behavioral health sites to medical mobile units.  Find a health center near you!  

National Healthcare for the Homeless Council (NHCHC)

  Since 1986 we have been the leading organization to call for comprehensive health care and secure housing for all.  We produce leading research in the field and provide the highest level of training and resources related to care for persons experiencing homelessness.  Learn more in this link.  
National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC)   the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) organized in 1971. NACHC works with a network of state health center and primary care organizations to serve health centers in a variety of ways: research, training, education and partnership development.  Learn more in this link.