The mission of Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority is individuals and families in Jefferson Parish affected by Mental Illness, Addictive Disorders or Developmental Disabilities shall live full, independent and productive lives to the greatest extent possible for available resources, including the integration of primary care into clinical services.
"We promise courtesy, empathy, and respect in meeting the expectations of those we serve and each other."
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C’est Bon Survey Results
C’est Bon is a program of the Louisiana Office of Behavioral Health through the State Behavioral Health Planning Council. The program employs specially trained teams of behavioral health consumers and family members who evaluate services from the consumer’s point of view. A questionnaire is also furnished to providers to ascertain areas of strengths and concerns from the staff’s perspective. The teams then analyze the information obtained. The data is reviewed by the Louisiana Office of Behavioral Health and then presented in a report as feedback to facility managers and their staff. The purpose of the C’est Bon survey is continuous quality improvement of both services and facilities.
Click on the following link C'est Bon East Jefferson July - August 2014 to view results from surveys conducted during July/August 2014 in the East Jefferson Behavioral Health Service Center.
Buddy Walk 2014
The Down Syndrome Association of Greater New Orleans (DSAGNO) is sponsoring the 12th annual Buddy Walk on Saturday, October 25, 2014. The registration fee is $10 per person.
The DSAGNO raises funds by pledges and donations in honor of an individual with Down Syndrome. It is only through the generosity of others that DSAGNO is able to provide an array of services to children and adults with Down syndrome. By donating to the Buddy Walk, a difference is made in the lives of individuals with Down syndrome and their families.
There will be live music, games and free food!
Employees in JPHSA’s Development Disabilities Community Services Division will be on hand to talk about services JPHSA provides to the residents of Jefferson Parish with mental illness, substance abuse, and developmental disabilities.
Click on the following link for more information: DSAGNO BuddyWalk 2014
Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority (JPHSA) implemented changes in sliding fees for the primary care and behavioral healthcare services provided in our JeffCare Health Centers.
To be considered for a continuation of reduced fees for services provided after July 1, 2014, a Discounted Fee Application (En Espanol) and all required documentation must be submitted. Required documentation includes:
Applications and required documentation may be mailed to the attention to the Office Manager or hand delivered to the front desk at the Health Center where services are received.
Beginning July 1, if your continued eligibility for sliding fees is determined, you will be informed of the percent of the charges you are responsible to pay at the time of services. If you are no longer eligible, you will be informed of the full fees you are responsible to pay.
For any questions or assistance with completing the application, call 349-8839 and leave a message. A staff member will return your call within 24 hours.
Job vacancies are posted on the Louisiana Civil Service web site at http://www.civilservice.la.gov
JPHSA only accepts State Applications sent in response to a posted vacancy. Any questions regarding job postings can be directed to Scott Leonard via email at email@example.com