The McNeese Autism Program provides comprehensive treatment services for children with autism including intensive early interventions for autism, problematic behavior clinics, social skills groups, language training, pediatric feeding problem interventions, and family training, among others. The MAP offers both clinic-based behavioral treatment services and off-site services conducted in the home, school, or social service agency. Services are provided by Board Certified Behavior Analysts, masters level interns under supervision of BCBA's and a licensed psychologist.
The McNeese State University Gambling Treatment Program provides screening and assessment services along with intensive outpatient treatment for problem gamblers and their families. Services are offered in the KDCC between the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (evening sessions are also available) Monday through Friday. Treatment is delivered in individual counseling sessions or in family, group, or couples sessions, 1-3 times per week. Counseling services are delivered by trained student counselors, provisional licensed professional counselors, and licensed counselors with specialized, advanced training in the treatment of problem gambling and addiction. All services are delivered free of charge.