The Probation Office is responsible for supervising persons with misdemeanor criminal offenses and DWI offenders who are placed on probation as a part of their sentencing by the Court. The Probation Officer also serves as a liaison for probation activities with public agencies, criminal justice system classes, explores and coordinates the available resources for treatment and rehabilitative services for offenders. Detailed information concerning probation may be obtained by contacting the Probation Office at (318) 329-2642.
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving)
Local classes will be held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at the following address:
4th Judicial District Court
300 St John St.
ALL PERSONS ATTENDING MUST:
Bring $30 MONEY ORDER payable to MADD (no cash or checks)
Bring a Photo ID (driver's license, passport, government or work ID)
Arrive 20-30 minutes early in order to sign in for the class
Class begins promptly at 6:00pm and last approximately 1 hour.
Crisis and Information Lines
|Domestic Violence Hotline||800-799-7233||www.ndvh.org|
|Drug & Alcohol Abuse Hotline||800-662-4357||www.samhsa.gov|
|Emergency Services / Police||911|
|Mental Health America||800-969-6642||www.nmha.org|
|Rape, Abuse & Incest National Hotline||800-656-4673||www.rainn.org|
Local Support Groups
|Al-anon / Alateen||888-425-2666||www.al-anon.org|
|Depression and Bipolar Support||800-826-3632||www.dbsalliance.org|
|Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers||866-580-8299||www.drugrehabcenters.org|
|Sex Addicts Anonymous||800-477-8191||www.sexaa.org|