Developmental Disabilities Services Directory
The Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities provides supports and services through a variety of locations throughout the state to support the dignity, quality of life and security in the everyday lives of people with developmental disabilities and their families, acting as the Single Point of Entry.
To apply for services please visit the Human Services District and Authority near you.
OCDD Central Office
Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals
Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities
628 North 4th Street
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802
PO Box 3117, Bin #21
Baton Rouge, LA 70821-3117
Freedom of Choice Providers
Use the Freedom of Choice provider listing map to view a list of providers in each Human Service District/Authority region by type of service.
Human Services Districts/Authorities
To view a quick alphabetical listing of the Human Services Districts and Authoriities, which includes addresses and phone numbers click HERE or view by region below.
Region 10: Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority
Parishes Served: Jefferson
Region 8: NORTHEAST DELTA HUMAN SERVICEs AUTHORITY
Parishes Served: Caldwell, East Carroll, Franklin, Jackson, Lincoln, Madison, Morehouse, Ouachita, Richland, Tensas, Union, West Carroll
OCDD operates four resource centers in the state, which provide leadership, enhance communication and collaboration, and increase the availability and capacity of support and services to people with developmental disabilities. Services provided include training opportunities, training curriculum development, provision of resource materials, resource guides, peer reviews, and program reviews.
Supports & Services Center
OCDD operates one supports & services center (formerly called developmental center), which provide residential services along with an array of community-based supports and services.
OCDD Regional & State Advisory Committees
Learn more about the OCDD State & Regional Advisory Committees and the members who serve and provide input into planning and policy proposals. Members represent the state's nine service regions/human service districts.