Can UCRC Help Me?
Baxter and Marion Counties Together
Several agencies and organizations in Baxter and Marion
counties in north central Arkansas provide a variety of
services-from health care to transportation, domestic violence
support to legal support. Historically, these service providers
have acted independently. However, this Web site brings
together, in a single location, information about the various
area, regional, state and national services available to
residents of north central Arkansas.
by the agencies and organizations themselves, the information
here can help guide residents to the services they often
desperately need. Counselors, teachers and ministers who
help residents will find this site an invaluable tool in
Information Is Available?
You will find in our Community Resources
directory a listing, by category of service provided, of
various service organizations in Baxter and Marion counties,
as well as many state and national service organizations.
Most categories include information such as contact information
(telephone, e-mail and Web where available), the types of
service provided, hours, any costs associated with their
services, handicap accessibility, and, where provided, a
short description of the organization and its services.
Do I Participate?
If your organization provides services to residents of Baxter
and Marion counties in north central Arkansas, you are encouraged
to participate in this community effort. Your participation
will help us better serve those in our community who need
help the most. The only cost to you is the time to provide
your information, and your participation is strictly voluntary.
be aware that, should you elect to participate, no backup
of the information you submit will be saved; you are encouraged
to keep a "master copy" of your information in
case of a loss of information.
you would like to link to our site, please visit our directions
on linking to our site.
you wish to participate in this program, please e-mail
You For Your Participation!
We'd like to thank the South
Shore Foundation and the Baxter County TEA Coalition,
whose grants initially made this site possible.