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NO/AIDS TASK FORCE IS NOW CRESCENTCARE

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Bringing Healthcare and Wellness to Those Most in Need

CrescentCare is committed to its leadership role in bringing outstanding healthcare and wellness services to those most in need and actively helping to improve health outcomes and quality of life for the entire community. CrescentCare uses proven interventions and evidence-based practices in offering a broad range of health and wellness services to those most in need.

CrescentCare has become a medical home for anyone seeking compassionate, affordable care regardless of ability to pay. With its holistic approach to healthcare that includes vital practical support services to help patients meet their basic needs, CrescentCare is making a significant difference to the communities it serves.

What We’re Up To

CrescentCare's Black Leadership Advisory Committee will be tabling at this year's Black Birth Matters Conference!

CrescentCare’s Black Leadership Advisory Committee will be tabling at this year’s Black Birth Matters Conference!

CrescentCare's Black Leadership Advisory Committee will be tabling at this year's Black Birth Matters Conference! Black Birth Matters is a day-long biannual gathering dedicating to ... More →
'Walk to End HIV' fights the virus and the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS | wwltv.com

‘Walk to End HIV’ fights the virus and the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS | wwltv.com

NEW ORLEANS — As Dave Fuller walks in his fifth straight “Walk to End HIV” at Crescent Park he couldn’t help but think he’s one ... More →
Jeanne and Alexander Kaiser

NO/AIDS receives largest individual gift in its history to fund Capital Campaign

NO/AIDS Task Force has received one of the largest individual donations from the Estate of Jeanne and Alexander Kaiser in honor of their son, Dr ... More →
CrescentCare Legal Services member Megan Coleman-Watkin, LCSW, MPH) presenting a seminar on Understanding Social Security Disability in Baton Rouge on August 27, 2018

CrescentCare Legal Services hold Social Security Disability Seminar in Baton Rouge

CrescentCare Legal Services (Presenters: Jesse Lind, Esq. & Megan Coleman-Watkin, LCSW, MPH) presented a seminar on Understanding Social Security Disability on August 27, 2018 ... More →
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NO/AIDS Task Force is now CrescentCare

NO/AIDS Task Force d.b.a. CrescentCare was founded in 1983 in response to the early devastating effects of the AIDS epidemic in the New Orleans area. The organization began as a single phone line with an answering machine at a home in the Faubourg Marigny.  The program expanded by offering an AIDS Information Center and Hotline in 1985.  In 2013, we expanded our mission and services,  becoming a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), and, as CrescentCare, we continue to grow rapidly to meet the needs of our diverse community in the changing health care environment.

CrescentCare serves all individuals, regardless of gender, sexual orientation or identity, race, ethnicity, religion, education, or socioeconomic status and has been recognized as a “2016 Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality” by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the educational arm of the country’s largest LGBT civil rights organization

WE SEE YOU

Commentary from CEO Noel Twilbeck on launching our “We See You” Ad Campaign.

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CrescentCare

BY THE NUMBERS

8

Locations

10 K

Patients

6

Programs

1000 +

PrEP Patients

24

Providers

285 +

Staff

CrescentCare Sets $4 Million Goal For New Comprehensive Health Center.

January 11, 2018

54,000 Square Foot Health Home at 1631 Elysian Fields is Being Constructed to Revolutionize Health Outcomes in New Orleans.


January 10th 2018 – CrescentCare, a Federally Qualified Health Center which grew out of the NO/AIDS Task Force, has grown at an exponential pace in the past few years. To meet growing need, the agency made plans to build a new health center which will more than double its capacity to serve the community. The new site is going up at 1631 Elysian Fields, and by early 2019 will be offering primary medical care, dental care, behavioral health, and other supportive services for the greater New Orleans area. To complete the building, the agency needs $4 million more of the total cost, approximately $32 million. CrescentCare is turning to the community for this vital funding.

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