Welcome to the LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
Community Health, Wellness and Safety Resource page. Below is a
list of community programs, resources and web page links
available to LSUHSC students, faculty, staff and employees.
If you feel you have an emergency or need
immediate assistance, please contact:
The Campus / Employee Assistance Program at (504) 568-8888 or
LSUHSC New Orleans Campus Police at (504) 568-8999
Important Phone Numbers
Local Police - 911
Referral - 211
Metropolitan Center for Women and Children Program
National Domestic Violence
1-800-787-3224 (Hearing Impaired)
COPE Line (Suicide Prevention Hotline)
National Suicide Prevention Crisis Line
Dental Well-being Committee
The Dental Well-being Committee is a peer intervention and
advocacy program to assists dentists who are having personnel,
mental health and/or substance abuse problem. Calls are
For more information contact Jamie Manders, D.D.S. (504)361-0550
Physician Health Program (PHP)
The Physician Health Program (PHP) is a confidential, voluntary
alternative to formal disciplinary action for physicians whose
practice may be impaired due to the habitual or regular use of
drugs or alcohol. Physicians may also be ordered into the PHP
for monitoring when there is disciplinary action.
For more information contact Julie Alleman 1-888-743-5747
Recovering Nurses Program (RNP)
The Recovering Nurses Program (RNP) is a confidential, voluntary
alternative to formal disciplinary action for nurses or student
nurses whose practice may be impaired due to the habitual or
regular use of drugs or alcohol. Nurses may also be ordered into
the RNP for monitoring when disciplinary action.
For more information contact Barbara McGill, R.N. (504)838-5412
Employee Assistance Professional Association of Greater New Orleans
The mission of the Employee Assistance Professional Association of Greater New Orleans (EAPA-NO) is to provide its members and their guests the opportunity to meet periodically to discuss matters of mutual professional interest, professional development, development of training programs, maintain EAPA program standards, provide community resources and open an avenue for the exchange of ideas.
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