Welcome to Family Preservation Services of Louisiana
Get the care you need, from professionals
who are leaders in their fields.
Meet the Team
Get the care you need, from professionals who are leaders in their fields.
Family Preservation Services is a subsidiary of Pathways and specializes in non-residential, community-based services for children, adolescents, and adults with severe emotional/ behavioral disorders who are also receiving Medicaid. The goal of FPS is to provide “Human Services Without Walls,” meaning that services are mostly provided in the client’s own environment and community.
Are you ready to come grow with us?
We Cultivate. We Motivate. We Educate. We Celebrate. We Collaborate.
We make sure you are earning what you deserve
Mileage & Cell Phone Reimbursement
Qualified positions only
Medical, Dental, Vision
along with a Health Savings Account
Paid Vacation, Holidays, Sick Days
Opportunities for advancement
as we grow, you grow with us
Family Preservation Services of Louisiana
Family Preservation Services of Louisiana (FPS) specializes in nonresidential community-based services and has been providing behavioral healthcare services in the Metairie, LA. area since 2004. Since this time, FPS has been dedicated to offering innovative and effective community services to assist in the support and preservation of families in the LA area. Our mission is to engage, collaborate with, and support adults, families, and children and youth in achieving optimal functioning in their community by maximizing recovery, resiliency and hope. We achieve this through our Intensive In-Home Services.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Assertive Community Treatment is a specialty service that involves a multi-disciplinary team approach offered in the adults’ natural setting. ACT services are provided to individuals aged 18 and older with serious and persistent mental illness who also have one or more of the following: a pattern of frequent hospital admissions and/or homelessness, history of a long term hospitalization (s), a co-occurring disorder, involvement with the criminal justice system or who have not been successfully engaged in services and/or have not benefited from traditional mental health services.