Mandeville is a city in St.Tammany Parish, Louisiana. The population was 11,560 back in 2010 census. Mandeville is located on the North Shore of Lake Pontchartrain, which is across from the city of New Orleans. The area has long been agricultural land and a favorite summer destination for well to do New Orleanans. Mandeville is the home to the largest certified southern live oak tree, the Seven Sisters Oak. For Hurricane Katrina the storm surge got water and wind damage into Mandeville. In 2008 Hurricane Ike got some flooding into Mandeville when Lake Pontchartrain overflowed its banks. The median income for a family was $70,043. About 7.6% of the population was living below the poverty level. Drugs are a real problem in Mandeville. Drug rehabs are needed in Mandeville.
In May of 2012 the St. Tammany District Attorney and the Mandeville Police Chief got out to the public a joint statement saying that there are concerns about increased drug use on the campus of Mandeville High School. It seems that there are some reports to them of heroin use at the high school. Mandeville Chief Rick Richard said, “even though the MPD has not made any arrests at Mandeville High School for heroin, intelligence reports suggest that heroin as well as other drugs is being used at school.” A 15 year old student said, “I just heard that there were people doing cocaine in the bathrooms, but I don’t know if that’s true or not. I am well aware that alcohol and drug abuse can be a problem among my fellow students but I don’t believe it’s happening on the MHS campus.” Get help finding Mandeville drug rehabs. Something can be done about it.
Mandeville Drug Rehabs
3300 Monroe Street, Mandeville, LA
(985) 626-8311 · aa.org
Oxford House Ponchartrain
331 West Beach Parkway, Mandeville, LA