Deeply Rooted | Branching Out
A campaign for a healthier New Orleans
Bringing Healthcare and Wellness to Those Most in Need
Our Services Include:
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
- New CDC director, a veteran of fight against HIV/AIDS, seeks to tackle opioid epidemic | News | theadvocate.comAs the HIV epidemic seemed to spiral out of control in the United States in the early 1990s, Dr. Robert Redfield led the military’s efforts ⇒
- CrescentCare hosts CDC LeadershipOn Thursday July 12, 2018 CrescentCare hosted leadership from the Louisiana State Office of Public Health and leadership from the Centers ⇒
- Dr. Halperin discusses CrescentCare Start Initiative at Adherence 2018 Conferencehttps://twitter.com/IAPAC/status/1005531813975117825/photo/1⇒
- Rodney & Augustin on Hot 92.9!Rodney and Augustin talk up CrescentCare with Big Abe on Hot 92.9. Keeping our whole city healthy, so thank you guys!⇒
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.
Commentary from CEO Noel Twilbeck on launching our “We See You” Ad Campaign.
The Latest News and Updates from CrescentCare
- ‘Pride Prom’ May 11 celebrates LGBT youthMay 10, 2018Bounce royalty Big Freedia will headline a ⇒
- Reach Out and ReadSeptember 5, 2017CrescentCare received a grant from the Entergy ⇒
- Community Health Worker ProjectsSeptember 5, 2017CrescentCare recently received funding from ⇒
- New Health Center!August 17, 2017On August 15, CrescentCare broke ground on its ⇒
- These Walgreens locations will offer free, confidential HIV testing on June 27 | NOLA.comJune 15, 2018Walgreens will provide free HIV testing and information at participating New Orleans stores on June 27 between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.
- ‘I am very open with my HIV,’ 610 Stomper says to break stereotypes and stigmasJune 14, 2018Alexander hopes his story clears up misconceptions about HIV.
- Watch: 2018 Pride Parade June 14, 2018WDSU teamed up with CrescentCare to provide live coverage from the Quarter of the 2018 New Orleans Pride Parade.
- 3 New Orleans health providers named leaders in LGBT care | NOLA.comApril 5, 2018CrescentCare Community Health Center was recognized in the HRC Foundation's annual Healthcare Equality Index (HEI) released March 27.
- CrescentCare expands primary care, dental services in new comprehensive care facility | NOLA.comFebruary 20, 2018CrescentCare’s new comprehensive health ⇒
- NMTC-Financed Health Center Makes Big Difference in Big Easy | Novogradac & Company LLPFebruary 9, 2018CrescentCare, a health care organization that ⇒
- The PlanDecember 28, 2017At our new site, we’re putting the same ⇒
- New Building ImagesDecember 21, 2017Check out the latest images of our new ⇒
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.