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CAHS offices will be closed Monday, May 27, 2024, in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday.   

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Bridging the Gap Community Fair

(Pictured, l-r): Outreach Social Services Counselor Michelle Hebert, CSW, and CARP Community Resource Specialist Megan Shields attended the May 17 “Bridging the Gap Community Fair”

Women’s Health Day at the State Capitol

Pictured, l-r: Gambling Treatment Services Counselor Tiffany Alexis, LAC; Community Services Specialist Rosalyn Davis, CAC; and Gambling Treatment Services Coordinator Kyllie Jenkins, CAC, CCGC; represented

CAHS at Grandparents Raising Grandchildren conference

Grandparents Raising GrandchildrenAt the April 22 Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Annual Conference, CAHS’ Prevention Team distributed Deterra drug disposal bags and gave information about CAHS resources

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“Work the plan” to prevent overdoses

At a Feb. 17 news conference, hosted by Baton Rouge Police Chief Murphy Paul, CAHS Executive Director Jan Laughinghouse, PhD, LCSW-BACS, LAC, called for a

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Mardi Gras: We can help after the party

Mardi Gras is filled with joy and fun, but when the party’s over, Lent brings a time of sober reflection and opportunity for change. During

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AUDIO: Pastor Williams promotes CAHS toolkit

We appreciate Senior Pastor Eric A. Williams of Beacon Light of Baton Rouge church for recording a radio commercial to promote the availability of CAHS’ Opioid

“Recovery Sundays” reached 4,000+ in 2021

The CAHS Prevention Division’s “Recovery Sundays” initiative reached more than 4,000 people at churches and faith-based organizations in 2021, including a year-end visit at Faith