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Case Management 

Project Reconnect: A United Way SELA & BCM Partner Program



For individuals that have been recently released from incarceration, this CADA re-entry program breaks the cycle of criminal behavior, substance abuse and recidivism by combining psychoeducational support groups and transitional planning in correctional institutions with effective community-based treatment, recovery, and re-entry related services. Project Reconnect works to expand substance abuse treatment and related mental health services available to ex-offenders in the community by providing referrals and follow-up to substance abuse treatment programs. The program is designed to bridge the gap in aftercare by transitioning from re-entry into outpatient substance abuse treatment with a heavy emphasis on individualized case management.


New Directions:

Homeless and substance use support services

New Directions:

For individuals and families at-risk or experiencing homelessness and substance use

The New Directions Project at CADA Prevention & Recovery coordinates and implements an array of integrated services and supports to reduce homelessness among individuals and families in the Greater New Orleans Area.

Who is eligible?

  • Those in the Greater New Orleans Area

  • Individuals and families currently experiencing or at-risk for homelessness

  • Individuals and families affected by substance use, mental health and other life stressors that are interested in strengthening recovery skills

Program Services Include: 

  • Comprehensive Screening/Assessment

  • Individual and Group Counseling

  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment

  • Transition Planning                                           

  • Family and Education Support                                 

  • Case Management and referrals for:

    •  Job Training Programs

    • Educational Programs

    • Housing Assistance

    • Medical Treatment

  • Assistance Acquiring Health Insurance

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