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IMPORTANT MESSAGE:  The June 5, 2023, CAHSD Board Meeting is canceled.  We apologize for any inconvenience. Please look in the Board/Public Notices section of our website for upcoming Board Meeting dates/times. 

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VIDEO: Watch our commercials and PSAs

We constantly seek to raise awareness about our services through multi-media campaigns that include video and television announcements. Below are links to our TV commercials

Adult Virtual Clinic offers therapy where you are

Capital Area Human Services introduces a new Adult Virtual Clinic offering teletherapy to individuals in need of behavioral health counseling. If time constraints, family responsibilities,

CAHS at Safe Summer Kick-Off Block Party

CAHS Prevention Coordinator Alicia Richbourg (pictured above) brought opioid misuse prevention and medication safety resources to 500 attendees of the Safe Summer Kick-Off Block Party

West Baton Rouge Art & Addiction Luncheon

CAHS Prevention Coordinators Dawn Collins and Alicia Richbourg (pictured, l-r) were among 45 attendees at the Art & Addiction luncheon, presented by and held at

Practicing medication safety saves lives

Medicines help us by curing and managing diseases as well as alleviating symptoms. While it’s common for medications to be stored in our homes, those

CAHS conducts annual employee training

CAHS’ leadership team and behavioral health experts headlined the agency’s daylong Annual Training Conference, held May 5, at the Baton Rouge Marriott hotel. Almost 300

CAHS attends “Parent 411” event in WBR

CAHS Prevention Coordinator Dawn Collins attended the “Parent 411” event, May 4, at the Art & Addiction Exhibit sponsored by West Baton Rouge Museum in

Behavioral Health Day in downtown BR

CAHS Prevention Specialist Alicia Richbourg attended the Annual Behavioral Health Day, presented by the Louisiana Mental Health Association and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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