- BATON ROUGE CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER (BRCAC) HOTLINE- 225-250-7301
Addressing childhood trauma – including physical or sexual abuse, exposure to violence, loss of a significant loved one or natural disaster – by providing trauma-informed, efficient and coordinated child-focused services in the aftermath of abuse and violent crime.
NOTE: DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN & FAMILY SERVICES CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE 855-452-5437.
- CAPITAL AREA HUMAN SERVICES DISTRICT (CAHSD) – 225-925-1906
Facilitating person-centered recovery by empowering people of all ages with behavioral health needs and developmental disability challenges to strengthen relationships, establish independence, and enhance their ability to improve their physical health and emotional wellbeing.
24/7 HOTLINE VIA BATON ROUGE CRISIS LINE AT 844-452-2133
Louisiana SPIRIT – 225-964-3901
As COVID-19 cases increase, more individuals and families need help coping with feelings of sadness, anxiety, depression, and isolation. CAHS’ Louisiana Spirit program offers counseling and other help specific to the COVID pandemic.
- FAMILY SERVICES OF GREATER BATON ROUGE
Providing professional counseling services to individuals and families to strengthen and improve their quality of life.
24-Hour Crisis Intervention Specialists:
- Tracy Williams (225) 270-2249
- Pamela Weems ACSW, LCSW/BACS (225) 316-2855
- LaCrystel McCoy (225) 910-4337
- IRIS – 225-389-3001
Empowering and promoting justice for survivors of domestic and relationship violence, their children, and our communities. Capital Area 24 hour Crisis Line (225) 389-3001 or 1(800) 541-9706
- SEXUAL TRAUMA AND AWARENESS RESPONSE CENTER HOTLINE– 1-855-435-7827
Serving youth and adult survivors of sexual trauma and building institutional capacity to prevent and respond responsibly to sexual violence in the community.
STRESS HOTLINE 1-866-310-7977
- THE BUTTERFLY SOCIETY – 225-347-7725
Providing direct services to victims of domestic violence, educating the community, and advocating for legislation while partnering with other agencies to end its occurrence.