Our Goal
Support primary care provider’s ability to identify and address common mental health problems seen in oil-spill affected primary care settings

Enroll up now to participate in the GCAP consultation services including the warm line, access to the resource guide, and on-site training. Just complete this physician background form (PDF file) and return it by email gccap3@gmail.com or fax to 504-988-4264.

We Offer

Physician consultation warm line

Child psychiatry resource guide  (Enrolled GCAP partners, click here to go to the resource guide)

On-site continuing education trainings

Occasional face-face consultation appointments.

Forms for enrolled primary care providers

To Contact Us

Warmline* (504) 988-9169
Fax: (504) 988-4264
Email: gccap3@gmail.com
Website: gcap.tulane.edu
G-CAP Warmline Hours
Monday: No scheduled hours, but voicemail will be checked and calls returned in the afternoon or next day.
Tuesday:  4-7 pm
Wednesday:  8-12 pm
Thursday:  10 am-2 pm
Friday:  4:30-5:30 pm

*The warmline is covered 15 hours per week and is NOT an emergency service. During warmline hours, G-CAP consultants may be able to support you as you assess urgent issues. During the off times, you may leave a message or fax a consultation form to us and you will receive a call during the next warmline consultation period. However, please do not use the fax, email, nor off-hours warmline for emergency issues as we cannot provide emergency off-hours support.

About Us

G-CAP consultants are all members of the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Tulane University School of Medicine

Mary Margaret Gleason, MD FAAP trained as a triple boarder in pediatrics, psychiatry, and child psychiatry and is on the Tulane faculty
Andrea O’Leary MD also trained as a triple boarder at Tulane and is on the Tulane faculty
Jacqueline Henschke, MD is a child and adolescent psychiatrist who trained at Stanford and is on the Tulane faculty

G-CAP is a member of the Spirit of Hope Collaborative administered by Catholic Charities with funding from BP

Tulane University, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, New Orleans, LA 70112, nelson@tulane.edu