The Family Tree Information, Education & Counseling Center and Jacob Crouch Suicide Prevention Services is hosting two FREE* Virtual QPR Trainings.
Thanks to a grant from the Community Foundation of Acadiana, The Family Tree is now able to offer a free session!
This initiative strives to make reading fun and brings awareness of the different types of ways early literacy can be achieved.
UPDATE – The Elder Care Summit has a new date!
Register today for one of our FREE open discussions on ‘How to Talk to Young Children about Race.’
The Family Tree is back to its regular office hours! We are resuming our full-service hours: Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon.
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.
Beginning March 23rd all counseling sessions will be conducted via tele-counseling. All Medicaid clients should call the office to schedule. New and existing clients can sign up online.
Hours will move to Monday – Thursday from 8a-5p and Fridays from 8-Noon. All sessions and classes will be rescheduled.
We at The Family Tree are concerned about the impact of COVID-19 and want to make sure to protect our community and staff. Therefore, if you are sick please reschedule your appointment (337-981-2180). No late fees will be charged at this time.
Performance Merit Award
given by the Ways to Work National Office
Care and Concern for Women and Families Award
given by the Woman’s Foundation, Inaugural, 2002
Non-Profit Excellence Award
given by the Better Business Bureau
Cornerstone of Service Award
given by the United Way of Acadiana