Focus set on recovery, resiliency

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Focus set on recovery, resiliency

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An ornate clock with the words Time to Heal on its faceA job you like. Good relationships with family and friends. Being in your own home. Most of us take these things for granted. But for many people with behavioral health problems, these are only dreams.

COPE Behavioral Health is a proud member of the Louisiana Behavioral Health Partnership (LBHP), the system of care for Medicaid and non-Medicaid adults and children who require specialized behavioral health services. COPE Behavioral Health operates out of offices in Baker and Hammond.

The Health Partnership is administered by Magellan of Louisiana. COPE Behavioral Health and Magellan work together helping people reach their goals for a better quality of life. That is why recovery and resiliency are at the core of what we do.

We help individuals and families achieve a number of things through resiliency and recovery:

  • A sense of belonging
  • A safe place to live
  • Days full of purpose
  • Skills to get well
  • A strong voice in their lives
  • Hope for the future

For more on these goals and services, visit Magellan Louisiana.


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