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Emergency Contact Numbers

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RAPIDES PARISH, La.— A list of emergency numbers for power companies, shelters, sheriff's departments and more.

Anyone experiencing distress in relation to Hurricane Isaac or any natural or human-caused disaster can call the Disaster Distress Helpline toll-free 1-800-985-5990 or text 'TalkWithUs' to 66746 (Spanish-speakers can text 'Hablanos' to 66746); calls and texts are answered 24/7 by trained, caring crisis counselors from call centers throughout the U.S.

Visit the Disaster Distress Helpline online: http://disasterdistress.samhsa.gov

The Disaster Distress Helpline provides a library of free resources available to the public in both English and Spanish. Resources can be downloaded and shared at:http://issuu.com/disasterdistresshelpline.

FEMA: FEMA tele- registration line toll-free at 800-621-FEMA (3362) or (TTY) 800-462-7585 for the hearing- or speech-impaired.

National Weather Service Forecast Office:  (New Orleans/Baton Rouge) – 504-522-7330
(Lake Charles) – 337-477-5285

Entergy:     1-800-ENTERGY (1-800-368-3749)
Power Outages: 1-800-9OUTAGE (1-800-968-8243)
http://viewoutage.entergy.com/nola.aspx
SLEMCO:    1-888-275-3626
SLECA:     1-800-256-8826
ATMOS:  1-888-286-6700 outages, 1-866-322-8667 gas leaks/exposed gas
lines
DEMCO:     225-261-1160 outages, 1-800-262-1160 outages
Washington St. Tammany Electric Cooperative  985-643-6612
Power Outages: 1-866-672-9773

Cleco Power:

To report a power outage or to report a dangerous situation with power lines 1-800-622-6537 and also cleco.com.

City of Alexandria Numbers:

LSU Ag Center Mega Shelter:  318-767-6215

To Report a Power Outage 473-1301

Non-emergencies 441-6231

Alexandria Police Dept. 441-6442

Alexandria Fire Department 441-6911

 

Red Cross of Central Louisiana:

Individuals and families displaced from their homes because of a disaster may call Red Cross at 318 442-6621 or 800 259-2777.

Alexandria Salvation Army Shelter:

(318) 767-1711

Avoyelles Parish Sheriff's Office: (318) 253-4000

Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office: (318) 473-6717

Vernon Parish Sheriff's Office: (337)238-1311

Grant Parish Sheriff's Office: (318) 627-3261

Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office: (318) 352-6432

St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office: (337) 948-6516

Evangeline Parish Sheriff's Office: (337) 363-2161

Allen Parish Sheriff's Office: (337) 639-4353

Condordia Parish Sheriff's Office: (318) 336-5231

Catahoula Parish Sheriff's Office: (318) 744-5411

Winn Parish Sheriff's Office: (318) 628-4611

La Salle Parish Sheriff's Office: (318) 495-5128

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