How Does It Work?
Clinical Treatment Teams may include a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, counselor and nurse based on an individualized treatment plan. The team may be enlarged to include other specialists. Confidentiality is protected by federal and state laws. Employees are prohibited from sharing any information about clients with anyone outside this agency, except as required by law.
Can I Afford it?
Fees are assessed for each person requesting services based on their ability to pay. The sliding fee schedule is based on
family income and total number of individuals in the household who are dependent on that income. Medicaid, Medicare, and many private insurances are accepted.
HAND IN HAND. HERE TO SERVE.
Capital Area Human Services is dedicated to supporting you to the fullest extent possible. We will work with you to provide caring and responsive services that are appropriate to help you live a healthy, productive life. Let our professional team of experts help you reach your goals. We look forward to serving you.
Cadets of the 91st Baton Rouge Police Academy completed CAHS’ Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training, held Jan. 22-26, and led by CAHS’ Director of Training
CAHS Social Service Counselor Rosalyn Davis, CAC, (pictured) attended the Planting Seeds of Hope event held Jan. 29, at the LSU Pete Maravich Assembly Center.