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The general purpose of LEGAL SERVICES OF NORTH LOUISIANA (LSNL) is to serve the individual legal needs of the community and establish the program as a responsive community service agency, while providing quality legal services to the eligible client population.  LSNL is a non-profit Corporate Law firm providing legal services to those who cannot afford a private lawyer. No fee is charged for these services, however, before a case can be accepted certain requirements must be met.

LSNL has three (3) office locations, with the central office being located in Shreveport, Louisiana, and branch offices in Monroe and Natchitoches, Louisiana.

CONTACT:   Toll-free: 1-800-826-9265


The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program originated from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in 1969 as a result of an increased emphasis on taxpayer education programs due to the Tax Reform Act of 1969.

In 2013, the Springhill, Louisiana Branch and Operations Center of Carter Federal Credit Union collaborated with the VITA program assisting low-income, elderly and the physically challenged in filing their federal income tax returns free of charge. Carter Federal Credit Union takes great pride in giving back to the community and taking an active role in strengthening the social fabric of the community they serve.

CONTACT:   Toll-free: 1-800-367-5026


Louisiana Department of Health & Hospital's Office of Behavioral Health's Addictive Disorders Services are provided statewide by each human service district or authority.  The districts and authorities provide treatment for people suffering from addictions to drugs, alcohol or gambling, as well as support for their families and friends. 

As a legal condition of providing these services, priority admission  is given for treatment of intravenous (IV) drug users, addicted pregnant women, and addicted women who have dependent children. For these groups, OBH aims to provide addictive disorders services with no or a minimal waiting period. If care is not available within 48 hours, the office will provide interim treatment services as appropriate. 
Prevention Services

OBH offers evidence-based programs, policies, and practices are provided to individuals who have never engaged in substance abuse and other high-risk behaviors, those at-risk of such behaviors, and those that have engaged in substance abuse and other high-risk behaviors, but are not yet appropriate to receive treatment services.

Prevention programs are implemented in school-based settings statewide through a partnership with the Department of Education and teach problem solving, conflict resolution, and refusal skills while promoting mental health wellness. As required by the Synar Amendment, OBH coordinates efforts to reduce retail availability of tobacco products to individuals under the age of 18. Suicide prevention and intervention training is provided to individuals who have frequent contact with persons who are at high-risk for suicide.


"Reaching People Where They Are and As They Are"

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Call or TEXT:  318-578-1534
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