Odyssey House Louisiana (OHL) is a nonprofit behavioral health care provider with an emphasis on addiction treatment. OHL was established in 1973 as a nonprofit residential substance abuse treatment facility with the mission of empowering people to conquer addiction. Today, Odyssey House offers a professional, structured and caring Therapeutic Community with comprehensive services and effective support systems that enable individuals to chart new lives and return to their communities as contributing members.
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OHL is the only substance abuse treatment provider in New Orleans that provides residential treatment services women with children.
Pregnant and Post-Partum Women Program :
Framed within a four-month residential treatment program, the Louisiana Pregnant and Postpartum Women Program at Odyssey House provides family-centered residential services for women and their dependent children.
Residential treatment encompasses individual and group therapy, housing, food, childcare, life-skills training, parenting classes, vocational training, and other wraparound services.
OHL can accommodate the children of female residents under the following guidelines:
School-age children are enrolled into local schools or nearby daycare.
For more information about this program, contact the OHL Women with Children Residential Program at (504) 821-9211.