Agencies & Providers

Contracted Agencies/Providers

Briggs Specialty Services

110 Kirby Lane
Pollock, LA 71467
318-729-7080; 318-729-7081

Services Provided

Underage alcohol, drug, tobacco prevention—provides life-skills training to school-aged children.

Morgan Lamar Briggs

110 Kirby Lane
Pollock, LA 71467
318-729-7080; 318-729-7081

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training—provides mental health training to law enforcement officers and other first responders

CCDC- Gateway

Lincoln Street, Unit 24
Pineville, LA 71360
318-442-4758

Inpatient addictive disorders treatment—provides inpatient treatment for adolescents

CCDC- TANF

Lincoln Street, Unit 24
Pineville, LA 71360
318-442-4758

Temporary Assistance to Needy Families—provides shelter, food, clothing, and any necessary treatment for women and children

Nazarene Baptist Church

2611 Overton Street
Alexandria, LA 71307
318-442-6404

UUnderage alcohol, drug, tobacco prevention—provides life-skills training to school-aged children

“Recovery is scary, but so is remaining exactly the same.”unknown

The Extra Mile

P.O. Box 3178
Pineville, LA 71361 318-484-6575

Consumer Employment—provides employment to behavioral health clients

The Extra Mile

P.O. Box 3178
Pineville, LA 71361 318-484-6575

Consumer Initiative—provides community resources to facilitate current and future development, natural supports, and increases in knowledge of social and recreational settings, and employment

The Extra Mile

P.O. Box 3178
Pineville, LA 71361 318-484-6575

Kids Don’t Gamble—Wanna Bet?- provides gambling prevention to school aged children

The Extra Mile

P.O. Box 3178
Pineville, LA 71361 318-484-6575

Kids Matter 2!—provides a website resource to help school aged children address issues they face

The Extra Mile

P.O. Box 3178
Pineville, LA 71361 318-484-6575

Louisiana Partnership for Success—provides services for youth aged 12 to 25 to prevent alcohol, drug, and tobacco use

Volunteers of America

3704 Coliseum Blvd
Alexandria, LA 71303
318-442-8026

Assertive Community Outreach Services—provides supportive services to help clients remain living independently in the community

Volunteers of America

3704 Coliseum Blvd
Alexandria, LA 71303
318-442-8026

Benefits Eligibility—provides CLHSD behavioral health clients with information for SSI, SSDI, PAP, MCD
 and other benefits

United Way

1101 Ford Street Ste 202
Alexandria, LA 71301
318-443-7203

Community and Family—provides CLHSD behavioral health clients with community and family support and 
 transports them to Behavioral Health Day at the state capitol

Volunteers of America

3704 Coliseum Blvd
Alexandria, LA 71303
318-442-8026

Homeless Outreach—provides shelter/housing for chronically mentally ill clients and clients who are 
 experiencing a crisis and need temporary Shelter

“Often it’s the deepest pain which empowers you to grow into your highest self.”Karen Salmansohn

Ninth Judicial District Court

701 Murray Street
Alexandria, LA 71301
318-880-1672

Operates Mental Health Court

Ron Carr

20854 Highway 4 West
Jena, LA 71342
318-992-2722

Underage tobacco use prevention—provides retailers with rules/regulations for the sale/purchase of tobacco by minors

The Extra Mile

P.O. Box 3178
Pineville, LA 71361
318-484-6575

Child Consumer Care—provides assistance to address unmet needs of children/adolescents with emotional or behavioral disturbances for tutoring, transportation, household supplies, etc.

The Extra Mile

P.O. Box 3178
Pineville, LA 71361 318-484-6575

Provides clothes and food items for eligible clients

The Extra Mile

P.O. Box 3178
Pineville, LA 71361 318-484-6575

Community Education—provides education workshops for the community at-large and for professionals

Volunteers of America

3704 Coliseum Blvd
Alexandria, LA 71303
318-442-8026

Transitional Living—provides temporary short term housing

“My recovery has been an evolution, not a sudden miracle.”Patty Duke
Many people all over the world have quit smoking. You can too.

Smoking Cessation Links


Louisiana Quitline (Free limited Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)). Website: www.quitwithusla.org

Smoking Cessation Trust (SCT), free cessation including approved medication and tobacco treatment sessions – group or individual – for qualified LA residents. Must have used tobacco before September 1, 1988. Website: www.smokingcessationtrust.org(LDH)

Tobacco Treatment Services offered in partnership with Cenla Occupational Medicine Services and the Smoking Cessation Trust. Free SCT approved medications and individual, group or HIPPA compliant video visits. Website: www.cenlaoccmed.com/tobacco-treatment-services.html

Rapides Foundation Smoking Cessation group sessions in partnership with the Smoking Cessation Trust. Central Louisiana smokers can apply online at www.smokingcessationtrust.org/CMAP or call CMAP toll-free at 855-767-3027.