Community Education Opportunities

Community Education Opportunities

Register to attend one (or all) of these FREE events offered throughout 2021! Click on the links below to register today. January Offerings: Trauma – Monday the 11th or Tuesday the 12th February Offerings: Couples & Relationships – Monday the 8th or...
Referrals Accepted!

Referrals Accepted!

Did you know you can refer a friend to The Family Tree for services? In helping yourself, you can also help someone else through a referral! Have them contact us today via phone ((337) 981-2180) or email ([email protected]) to learn more and schedule an...
Serving Kids In-Person Again!

Serving Kids In-Person Again!

Thanks to Phase Three, we are able to serve kids of all ages in-person again! Masks are required to remain safe for all clients and staff. Cleaning procedures are still in place as well in accordance with CDC guidelines. Call to schedule your child’s appointment...
Reading Initiative

Reading Initiative

This initiative strives to make reading fun and brings awareness of the different types of ways early literacy can be achieved. The Family Tree Healthy Start Program’s goal through this initiative is to educate caregivers on the importance of literacy, conversation,...
2020 Elder Care Summit

2020 Elder Care Summit

UPDATE – The Elder Care Summit has a new date! The Family Tree is pleased to announce that after much thought and discussion with our venue (UL Student Union) we will be rescheduling this year’s summit to Friday, August 6, 2021. We intend to offer the same great...
Ways to Manage Anxiety During A Pandemic

Ways to Manage Anxiety During A Pandemic

Managing anxiety can become more difficult during times of high stress. Here is a quick reminder of how to handle the current state of affairs, 1. Know the Facts; 2. Ask for Help; 3. Practice Self-Care; and 4. Identify the Source. Learn more by following us on...