The Crowley Behavioral Health Clinic serves residents of Acadia Parish, Western Vermilion Parish, and the Eunice area in St. Landry Parish. The doors first opened on October 5, 1965. The average caseload includes about 750 adults, adolescents and children. The treatment team includes two part-time physicians, 2 part-time psychiatrists, licensed clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors and 2 registered nurses.
The Crowley Behavioral Health Clinic was established with the purpose of providing care to the mentally ill within their own communities. The goal was to prevent psychiatric hospitalizations. Treatment teams conduct outreach clinics in the communities of Church Point, Eunice, and Kaplan. Requests for services are accepted from individuals, physicians, and other community agencies. Priorities are given to individuals who are experiencing symptoms of serious mental health or co-occurring mental health/substance abuse needs. Individuals who are not accepted for services are referred to other community resources for needed assistance. Cost of services is on a sliding fee scale and determined according to income.
The Behavioral Health Clinic staff is dedicated to the expressed mission of providing quality care to individuals and families in their community. Driven by the needs of clients and families, our culturally sensitive services focus on the process of recovery and resiliency.
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