Counseling"Family Service helped me understand why my parents split up."

Counseling"Family Service helped us work through grief when our Dad died."

Domestic Violence"Family Service helped me end an abusive relationship."

Family Preservation"Family Service taught me how to be a better mom."

Helping Those in NeedFSGNO strengthens the emotional health and self-sufficiency of families and individuals.

Case Studies"I was in an abusive relationship, but always felt unable to leave."

NOLA DadsAs part of the National Fatherhood Initiative, Family Service is launching a new program.

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  • Counseling

    "Family Service helped me understand why my parents split up."
  • Counseling

    "Family Service helped us work through grief when our Dad died."
  • Domestic Violence

    "Family Service helped me end an abusive relationship."
  • Family Preservation

    "Family Service taught me how to be a better mom."
  • Helping Those in Need

    FSGNO strengthens the emotional health and self-sufficiency of families and individuals.
  • Case Studies

    "I was in an abusive relationship, but always felt unable to leave."
  • NOLA Dads

    As part of the National Fatherhood Initiative, Family Service is launching a new program.
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HOW TO ACCESS SERVICES

If you suffer from stress, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, trauma or domestic violence, are a parent without healthy child-rearing experience, at risk of homelessness, you can call 504.822.0800 to assess your eligibility for counseling.

Many services are free, and FSGNO offers a sliding scale fee schedule to assist clients who may be unable to pay for general counseling services that are fee-based. FSGNO will not discriminate in the provision of services based on ability to pay, or on the individual’s race, color, sex, sexual orientation or expression, national origin, disability, religion or age.

Download Guides to NOLA Behavioral Health Resources

FSGNO will close at 12pm Wednesday, November 22 and reopen Monday, November 27th. If you are in crisis, please call 211 or 911, or head to your nearest emergency room. 

OUR MISSION

Family Service of Greater New Orleans strengthens the emotional health and fosters the self-sufficiency of families and individuals.

 

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If you are in crisis, please call 211 or 911, or head to your nearest emergency room. 

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

Child Protection Investigation (CPI)
1-888-524-3578
SNAP 1-888-524-3578
Child Care Assistance 1-888-524-3578
Welfare 1-888-524-3578
Child Support 1-888-524-3578
Social Security 1-800-772-1213
Medicaid 1-888-342-6207

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