Director of Community Operations Tony Kozojed 
Address 701 16th Avenue SW, Mandan, ND 58554
Phone and fax Phone: (701) 328-6600  Fax: (701) 667-1414
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About Youth Community Services

The Division of Juvenile Services operates regional offices in eight cities across the state, and provides services to all counties on an outreach basis. Services are provided through a complement of professional Juvenile Corrections Specialists who deliver correctional case management services across their respective regions. Juvenile Corrections Specialists are responsible for developing a comprehensive, individualized plan for treatment and rehabilitation for each youth placed onto their case load. Plans are built based on a comprehensive correctional assessment of risk and need. Correctional assessment is accomplished through a collaborative effort between the Youth Correctional Center Assessment Center staff as well as community based Juvenile Corrections Specialist staff. Additional assessments and evaluations are arranged based on the needs of the individual and the availability of specific assessments across the public and private statewide child serving system.

The goals of the treatment and rehabilitation plan are accomplished in a variety of settings across the continuum of care. Youth might receive treatment services in their own home, the home of a family member, in foster or group care, in psychiatric residential treatment care, inpatient care, or institutional care including secure correctional placement.

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Office Locations
Mailing Address:Physical Address:Office Fax:
921 South 9th Street921 South 9th Street Suite 110
Bismarck, ND 58504
(701) 328-3968
Name: Phone:
Carla Domagala (701) 328-3940
Tasha Hausauer (701) 328-3937
Craig Wysk (701) 328-3941
Ryan Thompson (701) 667-7395
Lisa Stymeist (701) 328-3967
Elaina Tellup (701) 857-6937
Mailing Address:Physical Address:Office Fax:
304 4TH Street NE, Suite 2304 4TH Street NE, Suite 2
Devils Lake, ND 58301
(701) 662-1375
Name: Phone:
David B. Lundy (701) 662-6223
Leland Davenport (701) 665-2357
Jackie Kraft (701) 662-4846
Mailing Address:Physical Address:Office Fax:
135 Sims Street, Suite 208135 Sims Street, Suite 208
Dickinson, ND 58601
(701) 227-7593
Name: Phone:
Jeannie M. Weismann (701) 227-7590
Mailing Address:Physical Address:Office Fax:
461 34th Street South, Suite C461 34th Street South, Suite C
Fargo, ND 58103
(701) 356-2058
Name: Phone:
Aimee DeSherlia (701) 239-7277
Amy Haugen (701) 239-7100
James Carlson (701) 239-7279
Corey Walters (701) 239-7125
Lesley Gaviglio (701) 239-8947
Yeno Lokosang (701) 239-7100
Mailing Address:Physical Address:Office Fax:
311 South 4th Street Suite 119311 South 4th Street Suite 119
Grand Forks, ND 58201
(701) 795-3838
Name: Phone:
Kari Davis (701) 795-3895
Brianna Sich (701) 795-3896
Kailey Maley (701) 795-7278
Taylor Huss (701) 795-3877
Lisa Midstokke (701) 795-3839
Mailing Address:Physical Address:Office Fax:
419 5th Street NE, Suite 8419 5th Street NE, Suite 8
Jamestown, ND 58401
(701) 952-3650
Name: Phone:
Melissa Meidinger (701) 253-3655
Corinne Schmoker (701) 253-3656
Mailing Address:Physical Address:Office Fax:
1425 21st Avenue NW Suite B1425 21st Avenue NW Suite B
Minot, ND 58703
(701) 857-7724
Name: Phone:
Jessica Wald (701) 328-3936
Echo Ryan (701) 857-7762
Melissa Miller (701) 328-1555
Patsy Rieke (701) 857-7688
Mailing Address:Physical Address:Office Fax:
PO Box 13021135 2nd Avenue West, Suite 202B
Williston, ND 58802
(701) 774-4313
Name: Phone:
Kellie White (701) 774-7898
Patsy Rieke (701) 774-4349
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Interstate Compact for Juveniles

The mission of the Interstate Commission for Juveniles, the governing body of the Interstate Compact for Juveniles, through means of joint and cooperative action among the compacting states, preserves child welfare and promotes public safety interests of citizens, including victims of juvenile offenders, by providing enhanced accountability, enforcement, visibility and communication in the return of juveniles who have left their state of residence without permission and in the cooperative supervision of delinquent juveniles who travel or relocate across state lines.


What triggers the compact? A youth subject to supervision who wishes to relocate to another state. 


For more information on Interstate Compact for Juveniles:

  • Jessica Wald, Deputy Interstate Compact for Juveniles Administrator
    •     1425 21st Avenue NW, Suite B
    •     Minot, ND 58703
    •     701-328-3936

For the Interstate Commission for Juveniles, visit Juvenile Compact.