(updated on May 2023)

ACER (Addictions Counseling & Educational Resources)

Outpatient programs for addiction recovery including detox services and counseling Daytime and evening treatment offered.

acercanhelp.com


2321 N Hullen St., Ste B, Metairie, LA 70001
Phone: 504-941-7580


115 Christian Lane, Slidell, LA 70458
Phone: 985-690-6622


7701 W St Bernard Hwy, Arabi, LA 70032
Phone: 504-682-9550


Administrative Hours: Mon–Fri 9:00am–5:00pm

Private Insurance, weekly financial agreements, Grant program, Medicaid; Walk-in or Appt

Spanish spoken? Yes

Alcoholics Anonymous

www.aaneworleans.org

Phone: 504-838-3399 | Español: 504-516-1090

Call or check website for information on times and places for daily, free meetings throughout NO area.

Spanish spoken? Yes

Behavioral Health Group (BHG)

Methadone (daily dispensing), buprenorphine, and counseling. Offers detox from methadone only.

bhgrecovery.com

2235 Poydras St. Suite B, New Orleans 70112
Phone: 504-524-7205


1141 Whitney Avenue, Building 4, Gretna 70056
Phone: 504-347-1120


Hours: Mon–Fri 5- 1:30, Sat 5-10

Dispensing Hours: Mon–Fri 5-12:45 and Sat 5-10 (Westbank location closes earlier)

Private Pay, Payment Plans, Some insurance, Medicare, Medicaid; Call for evaluation, no walk-ins

Spanish spoken? Yes

Bridge House

Long term residential substance abuse treatment center for males including individual and group counseling (see Grace House for females). Addiction and relapse services for unaccompanied adults, includes vocational training, resume training, job search assistance.

www.bridgehouse.org

4150 Earhart Blvd., New Orleans, 70125
Phone: 504-821-7120

Call ahead to schedule an intake. Accepts anyone regardless of their ability to pay.

Spanish spoken? Y

Community Care Solutions

Outpatient behavioral health, counseling, and medication management.

www.ccsgno.org

200 South Broad St., Suite 7, New Orleans, LA 70119
Phone: 504-309-9991

Only accepting these Medicaid plans: Healthy Blue, United Healthcare, Aetna, Louisiana Healthcare Connection

CADA Prevention and Recovery Center

Provide prevention, treatment, and recovery support services including DWI/Driver Improvement classes, HIV testing, STI testing, support groups, case management, counseling, and assessments. Accepts most insurance plans including Medicaid.

cadagno.org
Email: admin@cadagno.org

2601 Tulane Ave, Suite 945, New Orleans, LA 70119
Phone: 504-821-2232

Hours: Mon–Thurs 8:30am–4:30pm, Fri 8:30am–2:30pm

Spanish spoken? No

CrescentCare

crescentcare.org/service/harm-reduction-services/

1631 Elysian Fields Ave., New Orleans, LA
Phone: 504-821-2601 | Español: 504-207-2273, marque 2

New Orleans Syringe Access Program (NOSAP)
Wednesday: 12:00–4:00pm, Friday: 12:00–5:00pm

  • Safe sterile syringes
  • Safe injection materials
  • Authorized syringe disposal
  • Overdose prevention education
  • Naloxone distribution
  • Medication-assisted treatment referrals
  • Bulk exchange every Wednesday: 12:00–4:00pm, matching bulk disposals of 300–500 syringes

Recovery Works Intensive Outpatient Program
Call 504-821-2601 and ask for Sharon Normand. Talk therapy, education, medication-assisted treatment, art, music, yoga, social support, community education, trauma resolution.

Primary care offered including Suboxone (Buprenorphine), counseling, and dental services. (See Primary Care and Dental/Eye Care for more info).

Free

Spanish spoken? Yes

DePaul Community Health Centers (dba Daughters of Charity)

Free help to quit smoking including prescriptions and over-the-counter medications, support services, and visits with a physician or nurse practitioner.

Phone: 504-207-3060 | Español: 504-207-3060 y marque 9

Available at St. Cecilia’s (Bywater), New Orleans East, and Metairie locations Outpatient Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction available at St. Cecilia (Bywater) and Metairie locations (See listing in Primary Care for other services)

Accept Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, and offer sliding scale for uninsured.

Spanish spoken? Si medicos, no terapeutas.

Grace House

Long-term residential substance abuse treatment programs for females only. Substance abuse treatment, mental health referrals, assistance with housing, job-seeking, healthcare.

gracehouse.org

6321 Stratford Place, New Orleans, 70131
Phone: 504-821-7120

Call ahead to schedule an intake.

Call for an interview. Residential program. Need to make appt with the Intake Coordinator. No outpatient services Accept anyone regardless of their ability to pay.

Spanish spoken? Yes

Metropolitan Human Services District

www.mhsdla.org

Phone: 504-568-3130 – Help is available 24/7

Office Hours: Mon–Fri 8:00am–4:30pm

  • Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Programs
  • Suboxone and medication assisted treatment (MAT)
  • Addiction services for youth
  • Treatment for gambling problems

6 Clinic Locations:

  • Algiers Behavioral Health Center: 3100 Gen. DeGaulle Dr, New Orleans, LA 70114
  • Central City Behavioral Health & Access Center: 2221 Phillip St., New Orleans, LA 70113
  • Chartres-Pontchartrain Behavioral Health Center: 719 Elysian Fields Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117
  • New Orleans East Behavioral Health Center: 5630 Read Blvd., 2nd Floor, New Orleans, LA 70127
  • St. Bernard Behavioral Health Center: 6624 St. Claude Ave, Arabi, LA 70032
  • Plaquemines Community C.A.R.E. Center: 115 Keating Dr, Belle Chasse, LA 70337

Medicaid, Medicare, some insurance, call for info; Appointment only

Spanish spoken? Y, at some locations, inquire on main office line

NADA NOLA

NADA is a community based acupuncture protocol that treats addiction, mental illness, trauma, PTSD, insomnia, and general stress.

nadaneworleans.weebly.com

Hours: Thursdays, 6:30–8:30pm at 3401 St. Claude Ave (entrance on Desire St)

Please wear a good mask. (K)N95s are strongly preferred. If you don’t have one of those, please double up cloth masks, or wear one combined with a 3-ply surgical mask.

Ear acupuncture by donation or free. Call, walk in or email for info.

Spanish spoken? Yes

Odyssey House Louisiana

ohlinc.org

2700 S Broad Ave, New Orleans, LA 70125
Phone: 504-821-9211 | Medically Supported Detox: 504-821-9211 (option 1)

  • Inpatient detox treatment: Admissions Mon–Fri 8:00am–2:00pm; admissions based on bed availability of 39
  • Short Term Adult Residential Treatment:
    Approximately 28-day residential drug rehabilitation program
    2700 S Broad Ave, New Orleans, LA 70125
    504-821-9211 (option 3)
  • Intensive Outpatient (IOP)/Long Term Housing:
    Intensive outpatient program where residents live on-site for 3-6 months; must complete OHL short-term residential treatment before moving into IOP.
    504-821-9211 (option 4)
  • Sobering Center:
    Allow overly intoxicated individuals to recover from immediate acute alcohol impairment; Sobering Center Outreach Van available to pick up and transport individuals to the Sobering Center at 504-439-5941.
    732 N Claiborne Ave, New Orleans, LA 70116
    504-821-9211 ext. 7200
  • OHMega:
    No cost three to six month program that provides outpatient treatment services to racial/ethnic minority men who are who are suffering from substance use and are at high risk for HIV or are living with HIV.
    504-258-4203
  • iPrevent:
    Resources for substance abuse and HIV/Hep C prevention programming to New Orleans Youth.
    504-913-6776
  • Revive. Survive. Overdose Prevention:
    Resources and trainings to address the opioid epidemic.
    504-913-6777 / hlikaj@ohlinc.org

Detox and Residential free for uninsured, Medicaid (no private insurance).

Spanish spoken? Yes, by appointment

Oxford House

Permanent housing at democratically run, self-supporting, drug and alcohol free homes. Rules may vary slightly among houses. Refer to the website for locations of vacancies and contact information (specific to each house listing). Submit application and interview with residents for acceptance.

oxfordhousela.org

Phone: 1-800-689-6411

Cost of rent, utilities, and house supplies shared. Move-in fee ranging from $150–$250 (due upon acceptance into House). Weekly costs range from $100–$125 per person.

Spanish spoken? No

Regional Recovery Hub through Start Corp.

Peer recovery support services, recovery coaches, public education, prevention efforts, advocacy, mental health resources, job training and resume writing.

701 Loyola Ave, Ste 106, New Orleans, LA 70113
Phone: 504-558-9595

Hours: Mon–Fri 8:00am–4:30pm

Free, walk-ins welcome

River Oaks Hospital

riveroakshospital.com

Call Center (24/7 support): 800-366-1740

1525 River Oaks Rd W, New Orleans, LA 7012
Phone: 504-734-1740

River Oaks Hospital provides the following programs:

  • Eating Disorders Treatment
  • Addictive Disorders/Dual Diagnosis Program
  • Partial Hospitalization (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) for the treatment of addictive disorders and dual diagnosis

Call 24/7 for non-cost assessments and admissions.

Accepts most insurance and managed care plans, TRICARE, VA Benefits, Medicare, and Louisiana Medicaid

Spanish spoken? Yes – ask for interpreters for any language and the hard of hearing

Resources for low vision and blind patients

Smart Recovery

smartrecovery.org

Check website for information on times and places for virtual and in-person meetings throughout NO area. Each meeting has a different phone and email contact. Mutual support meetings are free and open to anyone seeking science-based, self-empowered addiction recovery.

Free

Spanish spoken? No

Treatment Atlas

treatmentATLAS.org
Phone: 800-597-2557

Answer a 13-question, anonymous assessment that will take around 10 minutes. You’ll receive guidance you can use to find the right treatment. Research shows that addiction can be treated using certain clinical practices, but there are no quality standards that require addiction treatment facilities to deliver these practices. As a result, the quality of care varies, and it’s unclear whether facilities are doing the right things. This can make it hard for people to find high-quality addiction treatment for themselves or their loved ones. ATLAS can help you compare treatment facilities to see which are providing high-quality addiction care described in the Shatterproof National Principles of Care. ATLAS is managed by Shatterproof and RTI International and now serves 6 states, including Louisiana.

Cost of care and accepted forms of payment reported by each facility.

Spanish spoken? No

Pharmacies in Orleans Parish that sell NALOXONE over the counter

Naloxone is the drug used to reverse opioid overdose, no ID is required for purchase, the pharmacist can tell you how to administer it.


Any CVS or Walgreens


Crescent City Pharmacy

2240 Simon Bolivar, New Orleans, 70113
Phone: 504-267-4100


Genoa Healthcare

2221 Philip St, Ste Q, New Orleans, LA 70113
Phone: 504-571-9120 (free intranasal)


Cost: $20–$100, $3–$5 with Medicaid

Individuals who cannot access naloxone locally can be trained online and mailed supply naloxoneexchange.com (low cost) or nextdistro.org/louisiana (free)

Suboxone (buprenorphine) providers that accept Medicaid (in addition to those already listed)

Avenues Recovery

Phone: 504-608-5817

Two locations:

  • 5620 Read Blvd, 5th Floor, New Orleans, LA 70127
  • 4933 Wabash St, Metairie, LA 70001

DePaul Community Health Centers (dba Daughters of Charity)

Multiple locations St. Cecilia in Bywater, Carrollton, and Metairie

1030 Lesseps St, New Orleans LA 70117
Phone: 504-207-1070 or 504-207-3064


Healthcare for the Homeless

1530 Gravier St, New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: 504-658-2785

(other locations in Algiers and Central City see Primary Care section for additional services)


Other providers listed online but call ahead to verify

https://www.samhsa.gov/medication-assisted-treatment/find-treatment/treatment-practitioner-locator


Cost: Medication copay (Medicaid: $3–$10 for month supply)

Psychiatry, counseling, and urine toxicology screening requirements vary by location.