Community Resources

Here are some community resources that you may find helpful.

This information is subject to change without our knowledge.

A Christ-centered 12 step program

NWA locations

Detox treatment and individual counseling.

4253 N. Crossover Rd, Fayetteville

(855) 972-5532

Provides acute medical, surgical and psychiatric care and outpatient services to veterans. Also has general medical and surgical clinics, and specialty clinics for urology, optometry, women’s health and diabetes.

1100 N. College, Fayetteville

(479) 443-4301

Online application for SNAP, TEA, childcare assistance, etc.

For basic human needs, physical and mental health resources, employment support and support for children.

(479) 365-2147 or (866) 489-6983

Provides prescription assistance and discounts.

Wednesdays and Thursdays 9 AM – 11:30 AM

208 W. Emma Avenue, Springdale

Basic needs, food pantry and cooking classes.

2510 N. 17th Street Suite 203, Rogers

(479) 246-0104 or (479) 246-0110


9 AM – 11 AM on the last Wednesday of each month. No requirements to benefit.

2121 S. 1st Street, Rogers

(479) 631-2259

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 1 PM – 3 PM

Some prescriptions, utilities, rent (once every 6 months), food, gasoline (3 times over 6 months)

Must be a resident of Fayetteville, Farmington, Cane Hill, Greenland, Goshen, Lincoln, or Prairie Grove.

1649 E. Huntsville Rd, Fayetteville

(479) 444-7500

Monday–Thursday 8 AM–2 PM and Friday 8 AM–11 AM

Early childhood education, financial well-being, heat/energy cost assistance.

Lobby is open for pick-up or drop-off of applications. Applications are also available online.

614 E. Emma Suite M401, Springdale

(479) 872-7479

Sponsored by Washington Regional

Provides homebound seniors with free non-medical services to help promote independence, dignity, and quality of life.

1101 N. Woolsey Ave, Fayetteville

(479) 463-7862

Food and clothing is available.

Monday – Wednesday 5 PM – 7 PM and Thursday 9:30 AM -11:30AM

Valid ID required.

3157 W. Sunset, Springdale

(479) 717-5630


Monday and Thursday 9 AM – 4 PM; Friday 9 AM – 1 PM

Assistance with rent, utilities, gas and prescriptions.

Must be a resident of Bentonville, Bella Vista, Centerton, Gentry, or Pea Ridge.

Call on Monday to schedule an appointment.

220 S. Main Street, Bentonville

(479) 273-3379

Food pantry is open Monday and Friday 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM for English-speaking clients and Tuesday 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM for Spanish-speaking clients.

3364 W Pleasant Grove Rd, Rogers

Also provide free meals to the community every Friday from 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM at the Olive Street Campus.

626 W. Olive St, Rogers

(479) 636-3451


Tuesdays 12 PM–3 PM and 4 PM–5:30 PM.

Limited financial assistance is available.

201 NW 2nd Street, Bentonville

(479) 273-9210

Maps out food pantries, markets, schools, etc.

Hours of operation: Monday – Friday 10 AM – 5 PM; Saturday 9 AM – 4 PM

Food pantry: Monday – Friday 10 AM – 3 PM

Assistance with rent, utilities, medical bills, food pantry, diapers, and formula.

Spanish speakers are available.

Benton County residents only.

320 SW Airport Road, Bentonville

(479) 273-2511

Tuesday and Thursday 9 AM – 11:45 AM

Limited assistance with bills, prescriptions, food, clothing and gas.

Must be a resident of Farmington, Greenland, Cane Hill, Prairie Grove, West Fork, Winslow, or Lincoln.

881 Stills Rd, Prairie Grove

(479) 846-5433

Food, clothing, counseling, after school programs for children (3:30 – 5:30 PM), summer camp (8 weeks in June and July), senior lunch, adult education programs

Food Pantry:

Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 8:30 – 11:30 AM; Monday evening 6 – 7 PM

Spanish-speaking staff available Thursday evening at 5:30 PM

602 S. School Ave, Suite 2, Fayetteville

(479) 521-4000

Counseling Line (479) 521-9902

Community meals on Tuesday in the summer/Tuesday & Thursday in the winter

503 E. 15th Street, Fayetteville

(479) 442-5384

Food pantry: Monday – Friday 9 AM – 11:30 AM

Thrift Store: Monday – Friday 9 AM – 5 PM; Saturday 10 AM – 3 PM

Assists clients within a 15-mile radius.

670 Heritage Ct, Siloam Springs

(479) 524-9825

Wednesdays 9 AM – 11AM. Photo ID is required.

Spanish speakers are available occasionally.

3249 W. Mt Comfort Rd., Fayetteville

(479) 442-9171

Food distribution sites across Northwest Arkansas

Tuesday & Thursday 10 AM – 1 PM (Call to confirm hours of operation)

Assistance with food and formula

Serves Madison County only

400 West Street, Huntsville

(479) 738-6692

Monday – Friday 8 AM – 4:30PM (Call for hours of operation)

Assistance with utilities, prescriptions, weatherization, and more.

Programs include: Feeding Northwest Arkansas, Hopelink, Senior Centers of NWA, and Meals on Wheels NWA.

Must be a resident of Benton, Carroll, or Madison County.

506 East Spruce Street, Rogers

(479) 636-7301

Provides vouchers for those in need of prescription assistance in Carroll County

P.O. Box 243, Eureka Springs

(870) 423-5145

Wednesdays 9 – 11:30 AM

Food pantry as well as providing assistance with rent, utilities, gas, and prescriptions. Provide help once every 6 months.

Springdale residents only.

1800 W. Emma, Springdale

(479) 751-9359

Monday – Friday 8 AM – 4:30 PM

Provides emergency food, financial assistance, vouchers, emergency shelter, and disaster relief

1200 W. Walnut Street, Suite 2310, Rogers

(479) 633-8330

Provides assistance with gas, food, and clothes. In addition, helps provide shelter to the homeless. Bring photo ID.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

3305 SW I Street, Bentonville; (479) 271-9545

219 W. 15th Street, Fayetteville; (479) 251-0857

315 Holcomb Street, Springdale; (479) 751-7352

Rogers location: 1211 W. Hudson Rd; (479) 636-4198

Springdale location: 1300 N. Thompson; (479) 872-1115

Samaritan Café

Serves free hot meals

Currently serving via drive thru due to COVID

Rogers location: Tuesday – Thursday & Saturday 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Springdale location: Tuesday & Thursday 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Samaritan Market

Provides a 2 – 3 day supply of food.

No identification or documentation of need is required but clients are limited to one visit to the market every 30 days.

Clothing vouchers for children (redeemable at Samaritan’s resale shops) are also available through the market. Requests for vouchers are limited to once every 9 months.

Rogers location: Tuesday –  Thursday 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Springdale location: Tuesday & Thursday 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Samaritan Care

Services offered:

  • Referring individuals to appropriate organizations relevant to their needs
  • Guiding individuals through the resource connection process and assess eligibility for programs such as SNAP, Medicaid, HUD Housing
  • Providing resources offered through SCC programs such as food, personal care products
  • Providing rental assistance for those that qualify when funds are available
  • Providing case management for clients in need of longer-term support
  • Providing Samaritan Shop clothing vouchers for children once every nine months and for adults meeting qualifying criteria

Currently not open for walk-ins to the public, but Care Advocates are assisting community members by phone or email. Call (479) 340.0109 or email care@samcc.org.

No proof of need or documentation is required

Monday – Thursday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM; Friday 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Samaritan Dental

Provides a full range of dental services to uninsured adults who cannot afford to purchase dental care

Rogers location only

Monday 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM (Extraction Clinic Only)

Tuesday – Thursday 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM (Lunch daily 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM, closed when SCC is closed)

Call (479) 636-0451 to see if you qualify.

Provides assistance with food, clothing, rent, utilities, and prescriptions

Spanish speaker(s) available

Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 9 AM – 12 PM

333 W. Maple St. (Heritage Hall 2nd floor), Fayetteville

(479) 521-4787

Provides assistance with bills, clothes, food, and spiritual support (home visits if in need of emergency assistance). Not currently doing rental assistance.

Benton County residents only.

Monday 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM; Tuesday 10 AM – 12 PM; Thursday 9 AM – 11 AM; & Saturday 9 AM -11 AM

1413 W. Popular St, Rogers

(479) 636-4020 ext 31 or (479) 616-1242

Food pantry hours: 9 AM – 11 AM on Saturdays

1853 Fed-X Drive, Springdale

(479) 756-4075

  • Road to Recovery Road to Recovery is a service program where volunteers provide transportation for cancer patients to their treatments and home again. Transportation is provided according to the needs and available resources in the community.
  • Hotel Partners Program This program offers financial assistance with hotel rooms for patients receiving treatment far from home. For more information and to request hotel lodging, click here.
  • Other Resources The American Cancer Society’s local office also has breast prosthesis and accessories, wigs and a wide variety of educational information for cancer patients and their families.

5434 W. Walsh Lane, #100, Rogers

(479) 246-0002

Provides professional oncology social work services to cancer patients.  In addition, they provide prescription assistance, emergency assistance, tobacco cessation and transportation to those patients.

5835 W. Sunset Avenue, Springdale

(479) 361-5847

PanCAN’s Patient Central is a one-to-one call center that provides free, personalized information about the disease and support services, including:

  • In-depth educational materials
  • Know Your Tumor® precision medicine service, providing information about the biology of your tumor through molecular profiling
  • Personalized clinical trial searches
  • Survivor & Caregiver Network, connecting patients and their loved ones with others who have been in their shoes
  • Lists of support resources in your area
  • Webinars on a variety of topics, presented by specialists
  • Patient Registry, an online database created to look for patterns that will lead to improved outcomes for pancreatic cancer patients – powered by patient and caregiver experiences

(877) 272-6226

Offers support and education for breast cancer patients and their loved ones.

Monday – Friday 8:30 AM – 5 PM

403 W. Maple Ave, Springdale

(479) 750-7465; Hotline number: (877) 465-6636

Health education, early detection screenings, diagnostic testing, support groups, wig boutiques, prescription assistance for uninsured/underinsured.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

Monday – Friday 9 AM – 4 PM or by appointment

488 E. Longview St, Fayetteville

(479) 404-2162


After school program for grades 7-12.

120 S. Mock, Prairie Grove

(479) 846-0527

Parenting classes, childcare provider training, childcare referrals, CPR classes.

Spanish speakers available.

1401 S. 8th Street, Rogers

(479) 899-6374

Parenting classes in English and Spanish, anger management classes, assistance with finding childcare, divorce classes.

Offers school-based health centers in Fayetteville, Springdale, Siloam Springs and Prairie Grove – check website for locations and hours. Walk ins accepted.

3162 W. Martin Luther King Blvd, Suites 13 & 14, Fayetteville; M-F 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM

1233 W. Poplar, Rogers; M, W, Th 7:30 AM – 6 PM, Tues 7:30 AM – 7 PM, and Friday 7:30 AM – 5 PM

500 S. Mount Olive, #200, Siloam Springs; M-F 8 AM – 5 PM; Tuesday open until 7 PM

614 E. Emma, #300, Springdale; M, W, F 7 AM – 5 PM, Tuesday 7 AM – 8 PM, and Thursday 7 AM – 7 PM

(855) 438-2280

Early childhood education, financial well-being, heat/energy cost assistance. Bring proof of income, social security card, photo ID, and recent bill. Appointment preferred.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

Monday – Thursday 8 AM – 3 PM; Friday 8 AM – 12 PM

614 E. Emma Street, #M401, Springdale

(479) 872-7479

Early childhood education. Serves Benton, Carroll, and Madison Counties

Applications online. Accepts appointments & walk ins

2109 SE J Street, Bentonville; (479) 636-7317

208 S. Giles, Gentry; (479) 736-2406; 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM

183 Hallack Lane, Pea Ridge; (479) 451-1321; 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM

1305 N. Arkansas St, Rogers; (479) 636-4506; 7:30 AM – 4 PM

109 W. Industrial Drive, Rogers; (479) 631-2684; 7:30 AM – 4 PM

202 Thorne Ave, Green Forest; (870) 438-6770; 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Parenting classes in Spanish

614 E. Emma Ave, Suite 231, Springdale

(479) 751-9494

Lice removal salon

3 McKissic Creek Rd, Bentonville

(479) 367-4566

Website contains eligibility requirements and application. Appointments and walk ins accepted.

614 E. Emma Suite 119, Springdale

(479) 927-1402

Serves teens aged 13-19. Services include counseling, mediation services, support groups, clothing and physical resources, and support for pregnant teens.  Appointments must be made for counseling sessions.

2525 W. New Hope Rd, Rogers

(479) 636-8272

Provides assistance with locating/obtaining documents, diabetes prevention program.

614 E. Emma Ave, Springdale

(479) 365-6625

Immigration navigation services, leadership development opportunities, civic integration support and advocacy, legal services, adult education.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

1301 E. Robinson Ave Suite B6, Springdale

(479) 347-2824

Low-cost immigration counseling services.

2022 W. Sunset Ave, Springdale

(479) 927-1996

Personal development workshops, parenting classes, and computer classes in Spanish

614 E. Emma Ave Suite 231, Springdale

(479) 751-9494

Assists low-wage workers through advocacy and education to help workers obtain a safe workplace and fair wage. They provide leadership development and training.

Spanish speakers available.

210 S. Thompson St Suite 1, Springdale

(479) 750-8015

Assists with credit card debt and mortgage delinquency.

1730 Moberly Lane, Suite 5, Bentonville

1111 Zion Road, Fayetteville (Spanish speaker(s) available)

(479) 521-8877

Accepts AR Kids 1st, Medicaid, Medicare. If uninsured, you can apply for discount.

Monday – Thursday 8 AM – 5 PM, Friday 8 AM – 1 PM

3710 Southern Hills Blvd Suite 700, Rogers

610 E. Emma Ave, Springdale

(855) 438-2280

Provides dental care to children in the Fayetteville School District whose families meet the income guidelines and qualify for the school district’s free lunch program.

Appointment required.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

2350 Old Farmington Rd, Fayetteville

(479) 301-2131

Offers medical services for insured and uninsured individuals. They offer dental services to uninsured and low-income individuals.

Monday 8:30 AM – 3 PM; Tuesday & Wednesday 8:30 AM – 4 PM, Thursday 4 PM – 8 PM, & Friday 8:30 AM – 12 PM

1100 N. Woolsey Ave, Fayetteville

(479) 444-7548

Restorative and emergency dental care for uninsured adults. Call for appointment.

1211 W. Hudson Rd, Rogers

(479) 636-0451

Provides diabetes information, assistance, and referrals.

1730 SE Moberly Lane, Bentonville

(479) 646-4121

Offers temporary assistance in the form of diabetes supplies and medication.

614 Emma Suite M410, Springdale

(479) 756-8758 (leave a message for assistance)

Free medical clinic serving Marshallese patients with diabetes. Located on the 1st floor library entrance of UAMS on North Street. Call for an appointment. Appointments on Thursdays only.

1125 N. College Ave, Fayetteville

(479) 713-8702

Provides assistance to individuals with disabilities through training and career preparation programs. Offers counseling, career and technical education, job placement, assistive technology, scholarships, and leadership programs for students with disabilities. Appointments and walk ins accepted.

Requirements: photo ID, income verification, medical records.

4058 N. College Ave Suite 150, Fayetteville

(479) 582-1286

Provides support and services to individuals and families with children who have disabilities with an Arkansas waiver. They have day camp, family support services, and autism programs.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

6836 Issac’s Orchard Road, Springdale

(479) 927-4100

Care facilities, work development, Medicaid waiver, behavioral health treatment for adults and children with developmental and related disabilities.

Visit website for locations.

Residential facility for the disabled and elderly 18 and older. Provides prescription and daily living assistance.

722 Phillips Place, Huntsville

(479) 738-1500

Child Development Centers for children with developmental delays or disabilities. Provides community employment, housing assistance, life skills classes, and job skill training for adults.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

Main Office:

10 South College Ave, Fayetteville; (479) 872-1800

Child Development Centers:

1760 N. Woodland Ave, Fayetteville; (479) 443-4420

913 N. College, Huntsville; (479) 738-1751

1300 N. Patriot, Siloam Springs; (479) 373-6488

2871 American Street, Springdale; (479) 927-1350

Offers adult and child development services for individuals with physical and developmental disabilities. Visit website for pediatric service locations and adult development/employment locations. Appointments and walk in accepted.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

212 Lincoln Street, Lowell

(479) 770-0744

Provides therapeutic horseback riding and equine assisted activities for physical, mental, and/or emotional challenged youth.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

14673 Daniels Road, Bentonville

(479) 795-0570

Offers employment services, college opportunities and supported living for individuals with disabilities.

2590 W Sycamore Street, Fayetteville

(479) 521-3581

Serves families of children with disabilities, ages 0-26, in Benton, Carroll, Madison and Washington counties. Appointments and walk ins accepted.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

614 E. Emma Ave Suite 219, Springdale

(479) 927-4100

Services include therapy (comprehensive evaluations and intervention for infants and youth of all ages), education (early childhood education for children 12 months through 6 years of age), and supportive living.

3400 Woods Lane, Rogers

(479) 636-3190

Provides individuals with disabilities opportunities to work and gain independence. Appointment required.

2202 N. 24th Street, Rogers

(479) 636-5082

Offers developmental services for individuals 18 or older. Walk ins are accepted.

2596 N Keystone Crossing, Fayetteville

(479) 521-8250

Counseling, work opportunities, transportation, occupational, physical and speech therapies. Requirements: High school diploma (not needed if over 21) and must have a developmental disability.

1004 SE 5th Street, Bentonville

(479) 254-6717

Information and referral, training and education, employment services and peer support for individuals with disabilities as well as independent living training. Appointments and walk ins accepted.

1918 N. Birch Ave, Fayetteville

(479) 442-5600

Services include a 24-hour crisis hotline, 24/7 safe emergency shelter, advocacy and support services and education.

(800) 775-9011

Services include a 24-hour crisis hotline, 50-bed emergency shelter, legal services, support groups, counseling, and housing assistance programs.

(877) 442-9811

Long-term faith-based homeless shelter for women and children

2215 Little Flock Drive, Rogers

(479) 631-7345

Provides unemployment services and job placement. Walk ins are accepted.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

2143 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Fayetteville; (479) 521-5730

100 N. Dixieland Rd, Rogers; (479) 636-4755

NWACC Testing Services: One College Dr, Bentonville

NW Technical Institute Adult Education Center: 709 S. Old Missouri Rd, Springdale

Fayetteville Adult and Community Education Center: 612 S. College, Fayetteville

Free career services including interview preparation, job readiness training, career assessment, resume assistance, career guidance, and job search assistance. Appointment required.

1301 N Dixieland Rd, Rogers; (479) 335-5595

5252 W Sunset Ave, Springdale; (479) 927-0114

A federal program created for low- or very low-income families with children under the age of 19. This program is created to help families in need to overcome difficult times, such as unemployment, with regular monthly payments. Besides financial help, TEA also offers programs which are created to help members of needy families to find a job they are already trained for, or to train them for a new professions.

(800) 482-8988

Provides services for children needing specialty and general pediatric services. The clinic requires appointments. The hospital accepts walk ins.

2601 Gene George Blvd, Springdale

(479) 279-2059

Provides healthcare services, free or reduced cost immunizations, prenatal care, and anonymous STD testing.

1200 W. Walnut St Suite 2200, Rogers; (479) 986-1300

101 W. University, Siloam Springs; (479) 549-3794

614 E. Emma Ave, Springdale; (479) 927-3667

402 Hailey Rd, Berryville; (870) 423-2923

709 N College Ave, Huntsville; (479) 738-2612

3270 Wimberly Dr, Fayetteville; (479) 521-8181

Provides hospice and palliative care services to residents, patients, and caregivers. Includes bereavement programs, nursing aide, social work, and volunteer services. Appointments and walk ins accepted.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

901 Jones Rd, Springdale; (479) 750-6632

1201 NE Legacy Parkway, Bentonville; (479) 750-6632

3162 W. Martin Luther King Blvd Suite 13 & 14, Fayetteville AR

1233 W. Poplar, Rogers

500 S. Mount Olive, Siloam Springs

Women’s Health & Pediatrics: 614 E. Emma Suite 300, Springdale

Family Medicine: 610 E. Emma Suite 100, Springdale

(855) 438-2280

Provides individual, group and family counseling, and play therapy. Insurance is not accepted, but payment is on a sliding scale. Appointment is scheduled on website.

2125 W. University, Siloam Springs

(479) 524-7300

Communicable disease investigation and intervention, voter registration, pregnancy testing, HIV/STD counseling, testing and treatment, immunizations, TB program and WIC services. Appointments required.

Spanish and Marshallese translator is available.

9 AM – 5:30 PM

614 E. Emma Ave Suite 247, Springdale

(479) 751-3630

Offer medical services for insured and uninsured individuals. Offer dental services to uninsured and low-income individuals.

Monday 8:30 AM – 3 PM, Tuesday & Wednesday 8:30 AM – 4 PM, Thursday 4 PM – 8 PM, Friday 8:30 AM – 12 PM

1100 N. Woolsey Ave, Fayetteville

(479) 444-7548

Aging information, educational opportunities, referrals, consultations and specialized healthcare for older adults and comprehensive developmental assessments in children from birth to 21 years of age. Appointments and walk ins accepted.

Education & Aging Support: 2422 N. Thompson Suite B, Springdale; (479) 751-3043

Senior Health: 2422 N. Thompson Suite A, Springdale; (479) 404-2050

Developmental Center: 519 Latham Dr, Lowell; (479) 750-0125 Option #2

Acute medical conditions, ongoing treatment for chronic conditions such as asthma, diabetes, hypertension and arthritis. Pediatric care, senior health and women’s health services also available.

1125 N. College Ave, Fayetteville; (479) 521-8260

601 W. Maple Ave Suite 102, Springdale; (479) 750-6585

Supplemental nutrition program for women, infants and children.

107 S. Lincoln St Suite A, Lowell; (479) 770-6232

1772 W. Sunset Ave, Springdale; (479) 927-3667

1 North School Ave, Fayetteville

(479) 521-3850

1212 N. Walton Blvd, Bentonville

(479) 273-3638

1255 W. Tulsa, Siloam Springs

(479) 524-8117

5 Applegate Drive, Springdale

(479) 751-0560

122 N. Bloomington Suite A,  Lowell

(479) 770-5443

Legal aid at a reduced cost. Application can be completed by calling (800) 952-9243.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

1200 W. Walnut, Rogers; (870) 972-9224

1200 Henryetta St, Springdale

205 W. Stephenson Ave, Harrison

4083 N. Shiloh Dr Suite 3, Fayetteville

(479) 442-0600

Provide the following legal clinics: civil litigation and advocacy, criminal practice, bankruptcy, human trafficking, immigration, and non-profit.

1045 W. Maple St Suite 107, Fayetteville

(479) 575-3056

Provides assistance with locating/obtaining documents, diabetes prevention program.

614 E. Emma Ave, Springdale

(479) 365-6625

614 E Emma Ave Suite 203, Springdale

(479) 365-7019

109 Spring Street Suite 3, Springdale

(479) 419-9332 Ext 56

Adult education, counseling, food assistance, kid’s life programs, medical referrals and senior citizen programs.

602 S. School Ave, Fayetteville

(479) 521-9902

514 E. Emma Ave Suite 213, Springdale

Adult Crisis Hotline: (888) 274-7472

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255

Spanish Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (888) 628-9454

Spanish Hotline: (866) 751-5937

Teen Crisis Hotline: (800) 798-8336

TTY: (800) 798-9667

Counseling, education and rehabilitation. Offers diagnoses and treatment for individuals experiencing mental health issues. Programs for anger management, grief counseling, depression and anxiety.

2400 S. 48th St, Springdale

(479) 750-2020

Offers inpatient treatment for adolescents and adults with psychiatric and emotional disorders as well as intensive outpatient program for adults.

1955 W. Truckers Dr, Fayetteville

(479) 316-6307

Offers detox treatment and services regarding mental and behavioral issues. Translators for all languages are provided as well as sign language. Assessments are free.

4253 N. Crossover Rd, Fayetteville

(479) 551-9840

Provide services and programs to American Indians and Alaskan Natives. Programs include social services, land management, law enforcement and detention services, housing improvement, disaster relief, road and school maintenance. May also help in tracing ancestry.

Provides job skills education and training, tribal and community education, behavioral health services, cancer screenings, nation-run housing authority, childcare and developmental centers. Visit website for more services available. Services provided only to registered members of the Cherokee Nation.

Pregnancy support and infant adoption

804 S. Pleasant St, Springdale

(479) 751-2230

Support and mentoring to women involved in crisis pregnancies. Provide infant and maternity clothing, diapers, wipes, furnishing, formula and other supplies when available. Free pregnancy and ultrasound testing.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

809 S. Mt. Olive St, Siloam Springs

(479) 549-3322

24/7 Hotline: (800) 712-4357

Pregnancy testing, post-abortion counseling, mentoring, and ultrasounds.

275 South Duncan Ave, Fayetteville; (479) 521-6677

3610 W. Southern Hills Blvd, Rogers; (479) 631-6677

Offers support for pregnant teens.

2525 W. New Hope Rd, Rogers

(479) 636-8272

Day center to help meet daily needs including clothing, showers, telephone, internet, laundry, food, and mail services. Also offer transitional housing program for individuals and families and permanent supportive housing for the disabled homeless.

1832 S. School Avenue, Fayetteville

(479) 966-4378

Emergency shelters for youth ages 12-17.

3715 N. Business Drive Suite 104, Fayetteville

(479) 521-1532 or (800) 628-2260

Transitional housing for homeless families. Families should apply through Teen Action Support Center (TASC).

206 W. Johnson Ave, Springdale

(479) 751-4610

Day shelter, shower, laundry & food pantry and individual counseling for homelessness.

1402 N. Inglewood, Siloam Springs

(479) 549-3438


Transitional housing for single parents with 1-2 children under the age of 10.  Must be employed and/or pursing full time education.

808 N. Main St, Bentonville

(479) 273-1060

Victims of domestic violence and sexual assault only. Services include a 24-hour crisis hotline, 24/7 safe emergency shelter, advocacy and support services and education.

(800) 775-9011

Transitional living for women and children coming out of substance abuse rehabs, prisons, or shelters.

40 Basildon Circle, Bella Vista

(479) 268-4340

Victims of domestic violence only. Services include a 24-hour crisis hotline, 50-bed emergency shelter, legal services, support groups, counseling, and housing assistance programs.

(877) 442-9811

Long-term faith-based homeless shelter for women and children

2215 Little Flock Drive, Rogers

(479) 631-7345

3305 SW I St, Bentonville; (479) 271-9545

219 W. 15th St, Fayetteville; (479) 251-0857

Transitional housing for women aged 18-25 who have aged out of foster care and/or are facing homelessness.

1229 W. Poplar, Rogers

(479) 636-1133

Transitional community and substance abuse clinic for men. Provides residents help with employment, housing, and basic needs.

1206 N. 2nd St, Rogers

(479) 631-7878

Free phone help for tobacco users. Smoking cessation assistance provided by the Community Clinic of NWA.

614 E. Emma Ave Suite 300, Springdale

(479) 751-7417

Phone counseling program to assist in quitting smoking.

(800) 784-8669

Represents veterans and their families with claims for benefits from the VA, Armed Forces and Social Security Administration and other government agencies. Also provides a nation-wide network of services which are free to veterans and their family members or survivors.

Spanish speaker(s) available.

2200 Fort Roots Drive, North Little Rock

(501) 370-3838

Provides acute medical, surgical and psychiatric care and outpatient services to veterans. Also provides general medical and surgical clinics, and specialty clinics for urology, optometry, women’s health and diabetes.

1100 N. College, Fayetteville

(479) 443-4301

Assists veterans in preparation for entry into post-secondary education through academic assessment, remedial classes in math, English, science, and computer skills; career assessments and seminars, counseling, study skills development, financial aid workshops, tutoring. Free to all veterans.

1001 East Sain St, Fayetteville (U of A Campus)

(479) 575-4442 or (888) 262-1681