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Louisiana Methodist Childrens Home Family Plus Counseling offers Mental Health Treatment services in Sulphur, LA

Louisiana Methodist Childrens Home Family Plus Counseling is categorized as a Mental Health treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at Louisiana Methodist Childrens Home Family Plus Counseling, you may contact their Sulphur offices via phone at 337-263-7119.

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Kathy Grile

2019-10-23 10:45:03 via Google

I lived at the "Home" twice...I have good memories and bad. Met the most caring people in the world there...Mr. DeVille, Mr. Allen, Mrs. Benefield to name a few... and they all made such a positive impact in my young troubled life!! I can never thank them enough for caring for me when my family didn't!!

Dinnem Pitts

2019-04-22 06:10:36 via Google

i'm there now it my second time!!!

Leona Behr

2014-09-16 20:19:15 via Google

I spent my childhood (1.5 - 18 yrs. old) in this home. It was a wonderful place for learning life skills, high values, christian morals and making life long friends. Today, this campus is for troubled teens. I visit every year at Homecoming and see the children in church and I know that the leaders are highly principled, demonstrate Christian values and provide psychological help and family counseling to the families of the children.. I recommend it based on what I see. My sisters and I turned out pretty good. Worked 30 years and contributed to society, Active church members and have many friends!

Evelyn Windham

2016-12-11 05:03:55 via Google

I lived here in 1987 or 1988, I was six or seven. They moved me from the old Reception Center directly to James house because I was so young. I was the little angel in the Christmas play that year. I live there again in 1994 but I never left the Reception Center and then again in 1996-97 and I lived in Harmon house. This place holds some of my Fondest and most Vivid memories.

Sallie Mathis

2016-11-05 22:53:16 via Google

I use to live here. I was the first youngest child to go to the group home. I had Mrs. Ann at Herman house as my supervisor. I really loved hey and Mrs. Tammy from Everett

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