Behavioral Health 

Whether you or a loved one is struggling with mental health, learn how our comprehensive, high-quality therapeutic services can provide children, families, and adults with the hope and healing they need. Find out how our programs help individuals with these needs and learn how you can help.

Outpatient Counseling Services 

  • Open to any child, adult, or family seeking guidance and support through change, growth, and development in their lives.
  • Services include: Assessment and Consultation, Crisis Management, Family Sessions, Group Psychotherapy, Online (Tele-heath) Counseling, and Short-term Individual Counseling.
  • Common areas of focus: Depression, Anxiety, Anger Management, Self-Esteem, ADHC, ADD, Bi-polar, PTSD, and/or Complex Trauma.
  • Our experienced and compassionate clinicians will work with you to develop an individualized treatment plan to help you achieve your goals.
  • Location: 856 Texas Avenue, Shreveport, Louisiana 71101
  • We accept the following payments: 
    • Private Insurances: Aetna and United Healthcare
    • Trauma Recovery Grant
    • VACCN through United Healthcare
    • Self-pay

Adult Intensive Mental Health Rehabilitation Services

  • Open to any adult, ages 21 years and older, with a severe, chronic mental illness.
  • Services include: Case Management Services, Community Resource Linkage, Crisis Intervention and Management, Custom Tailored Treatment Plan, Individual Therapy, Medication Therapy, and Skill Training,
  • Our day program, Vision of Hope, provides group socialization and life skills building.
  • Location: All services can be provided within the community including home, school, work, and community sites.
  • Eligibility: Must have Medicaid. Volunteers of America North Louisiana is approved by all 5 Managed Care Organizations in the state.

Youth Intensive Mental Health Rehabilitation Services

  • Open to any youth (ages 5-20 years), who are experiencing emotional and/or behavioral health problems.
  • Services include: Advocacy, Assessment and Individual Planning, Community Resource Linkage, Consultation with Teachers/Staff, Crisis Intervention and Management, Referrals, and Skills Training.
  • Qualified licensed mental health professionals provide services inside Bossier Parish, Caddo Parish, and Desoto Parish schools
  • Location: All services can be provided within the community, including home, school, work, and community sites.
  • Eligibility: Must have Medicaid. Volunteers of America North Louisiana is approved by all 5 Managed Care Organizations in the state.

Have questions or need help? Please call us at 318-429-6938 or contact Kati Peters, Care Coordinator, at Kati.Peters@voanorthla.org.