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Baton Rouge Behavioral Health (BRBH), located on Wooddale Blvd., closed today at 11 a.m. because of an unexpected power outage.
Evening groups are canceled. BRBH will reopen tomorrow, Thursday, March 9, for regular hours. 

VIDEO: CAHS news, March-April 2020

March 2, 2020

In this edition of CAHS Connects, we address the issue of suicide, which has become pervasive in America and does not discriminate by age, race, gender, or class. Click here to read the news.

Capital Area Human Services (CAHS) is working to help reverse this trend through education, prevention, intervention and other resources, says Interim Executive Director Jan Laughinghouse, PhD, LCSW-BACS.

“We can help you or someone you know who is struggling with thoughts of suicide,” says Dr. Laughinghouse. “We can screen for depression and thoughts of suicide with a self- assessment given through our main clinic, satellite clinics, and mobile services units.”

Testimonial video: Click on the image above to watch.

Welcome to the new Capital Area Human Services website!