Comprised of 22 non-profit and governmental organizations in the Greater New Orleans area, whose membership is open to those who provide primary care or behavioral health services in a community setting irrespective of the client’s ability to pay, with a special focus on low-income, uninsured populations.
Uses art and culture to support and provide opportunities for art presentations, community development, artist support, and the creation of partnerships that amplify outreach and support efforts.
Integrating the science of sport and the performing arts for the mutual benefit of both. Athletes and the Arts is an initiative focused on linking the sport athlete and musician/performing artist communities through collaborative exchange and application of wellness, training and performance research and initiatives.
The mission of the Brett Thomas Doussan Foundation Nonprofit Corporation is to raise mental health awareness by means of advocacy, education, and music. Through our endeavors in the Greater New Orleans area and across the Gulf South, we hope to keep the legacy of our beloved friend, Brett Thomas Doussan, alive in the community that fostered his deep passion and appreciation for music. All funds donated to NOMAF from The Brett Thomas Doussan Foundation are allocated towards Mental Health.
A project of MarketUmbrella.Org, The Crescent Cirty Farmers Mareket holds 4 producer-only, weekly farmers markets rain or shine in different New Orleans neighborhoods year-round.
Provides quality care to individuals, couples and families that seek a “medical home” where they can consistently go for care. They are particularly focused on our Greater New Orleans neighbors who come from underserved communities: the service industry, the LGBT community and slowly developing neighborhoods.
Culture Aid NOLA (CAN) serves the culture of New Orleans by distributing free, fresh food to the New Orleans community without barriers. CAN launched in March 2020, as a collaborative effort between several cultural service nonprofits. The New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic and Assistance Foundation served as CAN’s fiscal agent until December 31, 2020, when CAN became an independent 501c3 nonprofit.
The Ella Project was launched in January 2004 by co-founders Ashlye Keaton and Gene Meneray in partnership of the Arts Council of New Orleans, Tipitina’s Foundation, and Tulane Law School to offer dedicated pro bono legal assistance to low to moderate income artists, musicians, and grass roots non-profits of Louisiana. The Ella Project has served more than 2000 clients and offered in depth workshops across the gulf south. In 2016, ELLA became a stand alone non profit organization, dedicated to the tenets of arts business development, legal services, cultural advocacy, and policy engagement.
Provides a broad spectrum of social, health, employment, and housing programs that address the critical needs of entertainment industry professionals.
The Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center (GNOFHAC) is a nonprofit civil rights organization established in 1995 to eradicate housing discrimination. GNOFHAC’s work throughout Louisiana includes education, investigation and enforcement activities. GNOFHAC is dedicated to fighting housing discrimination because it is an illegal and divisive force that perpetuates, ignorance, fear and hatred.
HeadCount is a non-partisan organization that uses the power of music to register voters and promote participation in democracy. We reach young people and music fans where they already are – at concerts and online – to inform and empower.
Provides statewide coordination of existing tobacco control initiatives, funding for innovative community programming for tobacco control, a statewide media campaign, administration of a state hospital system cessation program, and monitoring and evaluation of program impacts and outcomes.
Works to address the increasing disparities in health and healthcare across Louisiana caused by poverty, lack of access to quality health care and unhealthy environmental conditions with a focus on wellness and community health.
The primary mission of LCEF is to be a catalyst for the development and enhancement of the distinct cultural industries of Louisiana by promoting the economic health and quality of life of our cultural economy workforce.
Louisiana Public Health Institute is a nonprofit organization that serves as a partner and convener to improve population-level health outcomes.
Was one of the first medical partnerships of the NOMC, donating medical supplies, healthcare workers, and providing countless services to our musicians.
Magnolia Physical Therapy provides physical therapy and wellness services to the New Orleans, LA area. We help our patients overcome pain and feel better!
The Marigny Opera Ballet, New Orleans’ resident dance company, was founded in 2014 to provide professional experience to local dancers, choreographers and musicians. The innovative, professional company of dancers performs original work, including full-length ballets. In 2015 and 2016 the company received awards for performance and choreography from the Gambit Weekly’s Tribute to the Classical Arts. Known for its unique New Orleans aesthetic of fusion, live music, and the unexpected, the Ballet has performed to a wide gamut of music and musicians in New Orleans. For more information, visit their website or Facebook page.
NAMI New Orleans offers hope, help, and healing to people with mental illness – and to those who share their lives – through family support, education and advocacy, and quality psychosocial services.
Seeks to prevent hearing loss due to noise and other environmental factors in all sectors of society, and gain increased insights regarding occupational hearing conservation.
Preservation and promotion of jazz music in New Orleans through education, programs, and community projects.
The New Orleans Theatre Association (NOTA) supports local cultural programming through grants to established and emerging arts organizations and educational institutions. NOTA has provided funding for the Musicians’ Clinic to support its efforts to offer mental health services to the local creative community.
Odyssey House Louisiana is a nonprofit behavioral healthcare facility with an emphasis on addiction treatment.
The Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA) is an international member organization comprised of dedicated physicians, therapists, trainers, educators and administrators, as well as performers and students with the common goal of improving the well-being of performing artists. Members of PAMA are professionals in fields that include research, education, and clinical practice.
Improves the health of the New Orleans region by providing a culturally competent, patient-centered medical home that is high quality and affordable.
The Foundation raises funds through memberships, fundraising events and donations which are in turn granted to artists and artistic projects. Because of their strong attachment to the people and culture of New Orleans, this marvelous group continues to support these projects, helping to ensure the heart of their beloved New Orleans continues to beat.
WHIV is dedicated to diverse original programming that promotes public health, human rights and social justice.
Listener-supported, volunteer-operated radio station in New Orleans, playing popular and rare music found nowhere but here.