Question:  Can I place my child/children in the Diversion Center?

Answer
 No. All children are placed in the Diversion Center by the court system. However, if you are having trouble with your child, you should contact the local Juvenile Probation Office in your area.

Below is the contact information for those offices in the counties we serve:

Barbour County    (334) 687-1566

Bullock County     (334) 738-3905

Coffee County      (334) 393-2618

Covington County (334) 428-2550

Crenshaw County (334) 335-6568

Dale County          (334) 774-4357

Geneva County      (334) 684-5680

 Henry County         (334) 585-6865

 Houston County    (334) 793-4429

 Pike County          (334) 566-5548


Question:   Can I place my child/children in one of the Group Attention Homes? 

Answer
No. The court makes this determination based upon a number of factors which include what is in the best interest of the child and how their needs can be served. Again, you should contact the local Juvenile Probation Office in your area (their numbers are listed above by county).


Question:   Do children in the Group Attention Homes and Diversion Center attend school? 

Answer
Yes. While they are in our care, we stress academic excellence.


Question:         Do you offer free counseling?

Answer
Yes. Fill-out this form and we will contact you.

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Question:        How can I volunteer my time and energy to help? 

Answer:
Contact the agency at 334-983-8377.


Question:         What is your address and how do you get there?

Answer
2856 Horace Shepard Dr, Dothan, AL, 36303

(Going North on Highway 231, go past Napier Field Road, John D Odom Road, and Race Track Road - Horace Shepard Drive is the next road to the right. If you get to Troy University Dothan, you've gone too far.)

(Going South on Highway 231, go past Troy University Dothan and Barrington Road - Horace Shepard Drive is the next road to the left.)

 

 

FAQs

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