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Adult Education Center
Contact: Jenna Robbins
1600 S. College Street
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870.425.7974
Toll-free: 870.424.3646
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday: 8:00am -5:00pm
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Located at ASU-Mountain Home on the second floor of Roller Hall.GED Preparation - ESL (English as a Second Language) - Typing Skills - Computer Literacy - Career Interest Inventory - Resume Writing - Driver's License Tutorial - Basic Reading and Math review in preparation for post-secondary or technical training. Enrollment and Testing Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 8:00am - Noon. Classes Monday - Friday: 8:00am to noon Monday - Thursday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm Tues and Thurs Evenings: 4:30pm - 8:30pm WAGE Program The ASUMH Adult Education Center is an approved Arkansas Department of Education WAGE Center. The WAGE Program is designed to help improve workplace basic academic skills of the unemployed and the underemployed. ...(Read More)

Adult Protective Services
Toll-free: 800-482-8049

AHA Stroke Association
Toll-free: 800-553-6321
Description of Organizations Services:
The cornerstone of this program,which is guided by a volunteer group of stroke survivors, are a toll free "warmline"(1-800-553-6321 and the STROKE CONNECTION magazine.The warmline,answered by volunteers and staff, is a referral service offering support to survivors, family members, and caregivers.

Ahren's Clinic
414 West Old Main
Yellville, AR 72687
Phone: 870-449-4221
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00-5:00

AIREVAC
4305 SW Hwy. 62
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-2611
Toll-free: 800-247-3822
Hours of Operation: 24/7
Handicap Accessible: Yes

Alcoholics Anonymous
Website: www.aa.org

Alpha House, Inc.
Contact: Bill Webster, Director
701 Dryer Street - PO Box 1396
Mountain Home, AR 72654-1396
Phone: 870-321-1355
Toll-free: 870-425-8526
Hours of Operation: 24 Hours a Day
Description of Organizations Services:
Our purpose at the Alpha House is to provide a shelter for homeless men. The Alpha House is God's house and is run accordingly. We have bible studies on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Wednesday bible studies are open to the public. Everyone that stays with us is required to attend these bible studies as well as attend a church of their choice on Sunday. Our focus is the re-building process to restore these men to what God had intended them to be. We provide counseling, encouragement, medical assistance, job placement and provide transportation for those employed. We also provide training in basic living skills. Once a person leaves the shelter, continued assistance is provided them in making the transition. Although our main focus is the shelter, it doesn't stop there. We provide counseling and assistance for people outside the shelter. Being homeless is a state of being. You can live in a house and still be homeless. This is an outreach ministry for Mountain Home and we will reach out to anyone who is in need. It is important to restore the family. You can help us rebuild what the world has torn down. We are an IRS approved Non-Profit Organization. Contributions can be made monthly, semi-annually or once a year. You will receive a receipt each time a donation is made and at the end of the calendar year, all contributors will receive a statement summarizing all of their contributions. We welcome you in this ministry and hope that you will feel as blessed as we are to be able to reach out to those who are standing right next to us. Your contributions will help us to help others. ...(Read More)

Alzheimer's Association - Oklahoma and Arkansas Chapter
1202 S Main Suite 215
Little Rock, AR 72202
Phone: 870-424-3054
Toll-free: 800-272-3900
Hours of Operation: 24-hour Helpline: 1-800-272-3900
Description of Organizations Services:
Offers support, education, and resources for persons with Alzheimer's disease and their care partners; increases awareness of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias; 24-hour helpline (1-800-272-3900); local support groups. Baxter County Support Group - 1101 Spring St. (Cooper Park-Senior Center) - Meets 2nd Friday, 3:30 p.m. ...(Read More)

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

American Cancer Society
Website: cancer.org

American Chiropractic Association

American Dental Association
Website: www.ada.org

American Diabetes Association
Toll-free: 800-342-2383

American Heart Association
909 W. 2nd Street
Little Rock, AR 72203
Description of Organizations Services:
The American Heart Association is a national voluntary health agency whose mission is to reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke.

American Hepatitis Hotline
Toll-free: 800-465-4837

American Liver Association
Toll-free: 800-465-4837

American Lung Association
Toll-free: 1-800-LUNGUSA (586-4872)

American Red Cross Service Center
1200 West Walnut Street, Suite 2310
Rogers, AR 72756
Phone: 479-633-8330
Toll-free: 1-800-448-3543
Description of Organizations Services:
Since 1881, people have turned to the American Red Cross for emergency services. Today, 1.2 million trained and dedicated American Red Cross volunteers, young and old, are helping their neighbors across the country every day. Although it is not a government agency, the American Red Cross is chartered by Congress to provide special services to members of the U.S. Armed Forces and to disaster victims. American Red Cross workers assist our men and women in the Armed Forces and their families in emergencies. They are at the scene of more than 40,000 disasters a year, from house fires to devastating floods and tornadoes. They also teach their neighbors lifesaving skills in Red Cross CPR, first aid, water safety, and health courses. They collect about six million units of blood yearly in local blood drives. They work with sister Red Cross societies around the world to help victims of natural and man-made calamities. ...(Read More)

American Sexual Health Association
P.O. Box 13827 Research
Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709
Phone: 919-361-8400
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00 am-8:00 pm EST
Description of Organizations Services:
Sexually Transmitted Disease hotline. Health Issues website and hotline addressing STD's.

Anatomical Gift Program
Contact: UAMS Dept of Neurobiology & Developmental Sciences
4301 W. Markham St. # 510
Little Rock, AR 72205-7199
Phone: 501-686-7019
Toll-free: Contact with Questions: 501-686-8192
Hours of Operation: Mon - Sun 8:00-5:00
Description of Organizations Services:
Deals with donating the entire body to science. After hours and weekends call hospital operator at 501-686-7000

Area Agency on Aging of Northwest Arkansas
1101 Spring Street, Cooper Park - PO Box 1033
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-9811
Fax: 870-425-9812
Hours of Operation: 7:00 am - 4:30 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Information and referral, case management, in-home services, housing, personal emergency response systems, home delivered meals, senior activity center, transportation, adult day care and the assistance of a long-term ombudsman.

Arkansas AIDS Foundation
Phone: 501-376-6299

Arkansas Allergy and Asthma
Description of Organizations Services:
Little Rock 10310 W Markham Suite 222 Little Rock, AR 72205 501-227-5210 Fax 501-221-2443 | Conway 400 Salem Road Suite 4 Conway, AR 72034 501-329-0237 Fax 501-932-0565 | North Little Rock 2504 McCain Blvd. Suite 118 North Little Rock, AR 72116 501-758-9696 Fax 501-758-4271

Arkansas Baptist Boys Ranch
Contact: Janet Scarburgh Office manager
5742 Boys Ranch Drive
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: 870-741-5784
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:30-4:30
Description of Organizations Services:
A residential care home for at risk adolescent boys who would benefit from a one year program.Private placement accepted.Board payment negotiable. Will accept FINS/probation cases.

Arkansas Career Pathways
Contact: Jackie L. Edmonds
Arkansas State University-Mountain Home 1600 S. College Street
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-6201
Fax: 870-508-6284
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00-5:00
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Arkansas Career Pathways is a program that enables your local two year colleges to offer those who qualify free career training and college classes. In addition to the Pathways program may be able to help you overcome the barriers that have kept you from getting the training and education you need. Pathways will help you learn how to fill out job applications, dress for an interview, or complete your GED requirements. You can also achieve higher levels of training that can help you get a better paying career like nursing, emergency medical technician, or medical transcription. In order to qualify to receive benefits you must meet the basic eligibility requirements that include: Must be a parent, with children under age 21 living in your home, and you must have annual family income below 250% of federal poverty level (about $50,400 for a family of 3) ...(Read More)

Arkansas Crisis Center
Toll-free: 888-CRISIS 2 (888-274-7472)

Arkansas Elder Abuse Hotline
Contact: Arkansas Adult Protective Services, Arkansas DHS
Toll-free: 1-800-482-8049
Hours of Operation: 24hrs
Description of Organizations Services:
Investigates allegations of abuse, neglect, or exploitation of the elderly. Works to correct confirmed reports. Confidentiality protected.

Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care
Toll-free: 1-877-375-5700
Description of Organizations Services:
Free health information for Arkansans.

Arkansas Workforce Center
Contact: Jenny Patoka
1058 Highland Circle - P.O. Box 1945 Suite # 20
Mountain Home, AR 72654
Phone: 870-425-2386
Fax: 870-424-6056
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
The Department of Workforce Services mission is to enable the Arkansas workforce to compete in the global economy by linking a comprehensive array of services for employees and job seekers. Services include career counseling; academic advising and assistance with college admission and financial aid forms; employment assistance for people over age 55 years or older; job training for ages 16-24; assessment, counseling, and training for people with disabilities, services for the blind; job placement; veterans employment services; unemployment insurance benefits services; job placement assistance for TEA recipients; Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title I Program core and intensive services offered; transportation services; labor market information; and information and referrals to other human services providers. ...(Read More)

Arthritis Foundation
10 Corporate Hill Dr. Suite 220
Little Rock, AR 72205
Phone: 501-664-7242
Toll-free: 800-482-8858
Fax: 501-664-6588

Atlis
320 Bower St.
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: 870-741-7512
Description of Organizations Services:
In-home care giving primarily and serve Baxter, Boone, Carroll, Marion, Newton and Searcy counties

Baxter County Cooperative Extension Service
Phone: 870-425-2335

Baxter County Department of Human Services
Contact: Beth Tribble
204 Bucher Drive, Mountain Home, AR (physical) - P.O. Box 408 (mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-6011
Fax: 870-424-5186
Hours of Operation: Mon-Sat 8:00 am - 4:30 pm After hours by appointments
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
The following are some of the services provided by the Department of Human Services. Adult Protective Services receives reports of suspected abuse/neglect and exploitation (1-800-482-8049). Elder Choices offers adult day care, chore and homemaker services, home delivered meals and more to persons 65 years of age or older. Additional services include Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program, Division of Services for the Blind, Division of Children and Family Services, ARKids First, Division of Developmental Disabilities Services, Division of Medical Services, Division of Mental Health Services, and Division of Youth Services. ...(Read More)

Baxter County Division of Children and Family Services
Contact: Chuck Hurley
204 Bucher Drive (physical) - P.O. Box 408 (mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-6011
Fax: 870-424-5186
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8am - 4:30pm
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Foster Care Protective Services Child Abuse Inveatigations

Baxter County Health Unit
Contact: Louann McLendon
206 Bucher Drive (physical) - P. O. Box 308 (mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-3072
Hours of Operation: 8:00-4:30

Baxter County Juvenile Services
312 Bomber Blvd
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-3840
Fax: 870-424-2955
Description of Organizations Services:
Baxter County Juvenile Services is a division of the 14th Judicial District, Circuit Chancery Judge Gary Isbell presiding. Juvenile intake and probation officers work with both delinquents and families in need of services. The officers seek to utilize a balanced approach to address the needs of the youth, yet provide an opportunity for the juvenile to be held accountable for his/her behavior, at the same time protecting society. We offer a Mentoring Program, Family Resource Center, Alternative School, and Host Home Programs. ...(Read More)

Baxter Day Service Center
Contact: Paul Neal, Director
1631 Leo Davis Drive
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-4322
Fax: 870-424-2313
Hours of Operation: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Baxter Day Service Center is a non-profit corporation whose administrative and support staff is under the direction of a Board of Directors. Our purpose is to provide developmentally disabled individuals with experiences which will enable them to achieve their maximum mental and physical ability along with obtaining their highest degree of independence. Realizing individual needs of the developmentally disabled person is basic to the philosophy of Baxter Day Service Center and steps are taken to meet these needs. We strive to build a supportive program of pre-vocational training and sheltered employment for developmentally disabled adults from ages 18 to 80. The curriculum includes physical, occupational, and speech therapy and is individually planned to enhance all areas of a child's development and to prepare the child for future school success. We are licensed by the Department of Human Services and all above services are free to eligible special needs persons. ...(Read More)

Baxter House Adult Day Services Center
Contact: Tena Recktenwald
1101-3 Spring Street, Cooper Park, Van Matre Senior Center
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-7585
Fax: 870-425-0894
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
The Baxter House Adult Day Services Center provides low-cost day care for persons with mental or physical impairments and for those who can no longer stay home alone. Individuals with Alzheimer's disease, other memory problems, stroke victims, and extreme or frail elderly are all made to feel welcomed and cared for by our staff. The goal of our program is to offer participants devoted care and attention, delicious hot meals, structured recreational activities, physical exercise and social contact with others in a cheerful home-like atmosphere. Preserving the dignity and privacy of our participants is of great concern to us. Preserving the dignity and privacy of our participants is of great concern to us. The Baxter House Adult Day Services Center allows caregivers of dependent adults to keep working, to continue in community activities, and to obtain relief from the constant pressures of caregiving. By enhancing the daily lives of caregivers and program participants, we hope to make it possible for families to remain together as long as possible. We are a 501-C-3 non-profit organization. Our parent agency is Area agency on Aging of Northwest Arkassas. We are monitored by both the local Area Agency on Aging and the State Office of Long Term Care. Services include individualized plans of care, assistance with activities of daily living, continuous supervision, medication reminders, activities designed to stimulate each individual, simple exercise, entertainment and group activities, and assistance with simple physical therapy activities. For additional fees, transportation, , personal showers, and hot lunches are available.No fees for weekly hair washing or nail care. A support group made up of family members of clients and other interested individuals meets monthly. After hours service by arrangement only. Contact the Center Director. ...(Read More)

Baxter Regional Medical Center
624 Hospital Drive
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-1000

Baxter Regional Medical Center Home Health
Contact: Janie Pugsley
30 Ryan Road
AR 72626
Phone: 870-435-7500
Toll-free: 1-800-654-9387
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Baxter Regional Medical Center Home Health has well-qualified and experienced employees providing professional nursing care, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, social work and home health aide care. The Home Health staff includes registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, registered physical therapist, registered social workers and speech language pathologist. Our nursing staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. ...(Read More)

Baxter Retirement Village
Phone: 870-424-3599
Handicap Accessible: Yes

Better Breathers Support Group (BRMC)
Contact: Karen L. Ezell
618 Broadmoor
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-2727
Fax: 870-508-1682
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Call for information

Better Hearing Institute
1444 I Street NW Ste. 700
Washington DC,
Toll-free: 800-327-9355

Boone County Independent Living, Inc.
Contact: Erica Ives
206 S. Cherry
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: 870-741-6909
Fax: 870-741-4549
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Brain and Spinal Cord
Contact: Alex Kerwin
Phone: 855-669-3472
Description of Organizations Services:
See website for detailed services of organization.

CDC's Diabetes Public Health Resource
Toll-free: 1-800-232-4636

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Toll-free: 1-800-633-4227

Child Abuse Hotline
Toll-free: 800-482-5964

Child Protective Services
204 Bucher Drive (physical) - P.O. Box 408 (mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-6011 / 870-449-4058
Toll-free: 1-800-482-5964
Fax: 870-424-5186
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Foster Care Protective Services Child Abuse Investigations Baxter and Marion County's Department of Human Services Division of Children and Family Services investigates child abuse and neglect reports, works with foster care and protective services cases and provides foster care homes for children in state custody. DCFS staff are available after hours for emergencies by contacting the Baxter County Sheriff's Office at 870-425-7551, Mountain Home Police Department at 870-425-6336 or Marion County Sheriff's Office at 870-449-4236 or the Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-482-5964. ...(Read More)

Child Support
Phone: 501-682-8398 | 501-371-5349
Toll-free: 1-877-731-3071

Child Welfare League of America
1726 M Street NW Suite 500
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 688-4200
Fax: (202) 833-1689

Children's Medical Services (Mountain Home, Mountain View)
204 Bucher Drive (DHS) - PO Box 408 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-6011
Toll-free: 800-324-0979
Fax: 870-269-8069
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Stone County DHS, 1821 East Main Street, HC 71 Box 159, Mountain View, AR 72560 Children's Medical Services (CMS) is a section of the Division of Medical Services, Department of Human Services. CMS is Arkansas' Title V agency for children with special health care needs. Children and their families receive care that is community-based, family-centered and culturally sensitive. The services that Children's Medical Services provides are: Service coordination for children under 21 with special health care needs. Diagnostic evaluations for potentially eligible conditions covered by Children's Medical Services. The family must submit an application for Children's Medical Services prior to beginning the diagnostic work-up. Follow-up medical care for children with chronic illness and disabilities. The family must meet diagnostic and financial guidelines. Coordination of TEFRA and SSI; Parent Support Groups; Children's Medical Services Parent Advisory Council; a Resource Library, that furnishes medical information and/or directs the parent to possible resources; and the Respite Program, beginning October 2001. ...(Read More)

Chrohn's and Colitis Foundation
P.O Box 251167
Little Rock, AR 72225
Phone: 501-590-8948
Toll-free: 800-932-2423

Compassionate Friends of Twin Lakes Area
Contact: Charlotte Repp
Hospice of the Ozarks Administrative Building Conference Room A - 701 Burnett Drive (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-1789
Hours of Operation: 6-8 pm First Thursday of month
Description of Organizations Services:
Non-profit self-help organization offering friendship, understanding, and hope to families grieving the death of a child of any age, from any cause. Contact person: Charlotte Repp, Chapter Leader.

Cooperative Extension Service (Baxter County)
3 East 9th Street
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-2335
Fax: 870-425-2341
Handicap Accessible: Yes

Cooperative Extension Service (Marion County)
313 West 7th Street
Yellville, AR 72687
Phone: 870-449-6349
Fax: 870-449-4049
Handicap Accessible: Yes

Cotter & Gassville Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 489
Cotter, AR 72626
Phone: 870-321-1243

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Toll-free: 800-344-4823

Department of Human Services - Marion County
Phone: 870-449-4058

Department of Human Services, Division of Developmental Disabilities Services
Contact:
2126 Capps Road - PO Box 1096 (Mailing)
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: 870-741-6107, ext. 13334
Fax: 870-741-6198
Hours of Operation: Mon- Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Developmental Day Treatment Services are provided in various settings in the community, and are designed to address an individual's identified needs in a wide range of skills training and activities, which may include speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy. These are available for pre-school children and/or adults. Early Intervention Part C Services are for infants and toddlers up to 36 months old who exhibit developmental delays or who are at risk of developing developmental delays due to a medical condition. These community-based services may include occupation therapy, physical therapy, speech-language therapy, family training home visits, special instruction, consultation, transportation, respite, and case management. Family/Individual Supports provide funding to meet specific needs identified by the individual and/or family. Group Homes are located in communities and provide experiences to assist adults in attaining independence. Human Development Centers are available for individuals requesting 24 hour supervision and intensive training. Services are developed by an interdisciplinary team and range from physical, occupational, and speech-language therapies to training in self care, habilitation, mobility, and learning. ICF/MRS provides the same type of services and is operated by the same rules and regulations as the Human Development Centers. These facilities are community based for a maximum of ten persons. Medicaid Waivers offer a full range of home and community based services that otherwise would be available only in an institutional setting. They include day habilitation services, in-home supportive living services, transportation, respite care, consultation, alternate living, structural modification/adaptive equipment, and case management. A Sheltered Workshop environment provides training programs for adults focusing on independent living and/or vocational skills. Supervised apartments offer residential services in which persons live in an apartment setting with supervision/supports as needed. Case Management Services provide independent or certified case managers chosen by the consumer to locate, coordinate, and monitor a group of services. Adaptive Equipment may be used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities. Assistive Technology service directly assists an individual with a disability in the selection, acquisition, or use of an assistive technology device. Personal care service assists an individual by performing functional daily living tasks pertaining to a person's functional abilities, which enable the person to be served on an outpatient basis rather than in-patient. Respite Service provides temporary direct supervision and care to an individual during the absence of the primary caregiver. ...(Read More)

Dialysis - BRMC
Contact: Dr. Valach
200 E. Eighth St.
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-5010

Disabled American Veterans (DAV)
Contact: DAV Service Officer
Baxter County Veteran Service Office - PO Box 902 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72654
Phone: 870-425-8155
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Open after hours as needed. Call for an appointment. We assist all vets. Disabled American Veterans provides a free service to all veterans and their families. We try to answer questions on veteran rights and benefits, pensions and disabilities, claims, forms, military records and medical coverage via the VA clinics and hospitals. Several Veteran groups have located with the County service office, including DAV, VFW, and KWVA. The County service officer aids with the Free Van Service via the DAV Van to VA Hospital in Little Rock, as well as keeping all the Veteran groups up to date on changes in VA rules. We keep a list of all veteran groups in the area. We also aid all as best we can, visiting nursing homes and personal homes, and making off hour visits as needed. -- Veterans Helping Veterans -- DAV Service Officer: Larry Barker 870-404-4334 Chapter Commander: Dan Hall 870-421-2322 County Service Officer: Charlie Leonard 870-425-8155 ...(Read More)

Donald W. Reynolds Baxter County Library
300 Library Hill
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-580-0987

East Side Baptist Church
Contact: Paul Lancaster
718 E. 9th Street
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: (870) 425-3689
Fax: (870) 425-2616
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Educational Opportunity Center
Contact: Christine Rose
303 N Main Street,Suite C207 - 1515 Pioneer Drive (Mailing)
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: 870-391-3524
Fax: 870-391-3501
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00am to 5:00pm
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
The Educational Opportunity Center is a program, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, designed to assist adults, 19 years of age or older, in obtaining postsecondary education (education beyond high school/GED level). Academic Counselors with the EOC program provide academic and career counseling. They assist with completion of college admission applications, financial aid applications, and scholarship searches. ...(Read More)

Eldercare Locator Information and Referral Line
Contact: Amy Hanley - National Center on Elder Abuse
1201 15th St., NW, Suite 350
Washington, DC 20005-2842
Toll-free: 800-677-1116
Hours of Operation: 9 am - 8 pm EST
Description of Organizations Services:
Help for elders and families.

Laws and legislation, statistics, research and resources

Elmcroft of Mountain Home
715 W. 6th Street
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-8549
Fax: 870-425-7310
Hours of Operation: M-F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Sat-Sun 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Elmcroft at Mountain Home is an assisted living community dedicated to the independence, dignity and purpose of every resident. Elmcroft offers truly worry-free assisted living. Every personal need is taken care of and privacy and independence are both valued and respected. Residents have their own private studio with private bath and all the amenities that help make life pleasant. Elmcroft is available to make life easier and better for seniors by giving them a hand with those things that give them difficulty - from tying shoes to combing their hair. And, to keep them healthy, there are frequent opportunities to take advantage of blood pressure screenings, health-related classes and seminars. We also offer on-site exercise programs that are especially helpful in keeping residents fit and feeling good. When family members need a break from care giving to travel or take a vacation, our respite program is available for short-term stays and offers all the amenities available to long-term residents. Many seniors recovering from hospital stays have spent their recovery time at Elmcroft, allowing them to regain their strength without the worries and pressure of maintaining their home. Elmcroft at Mountain Home opened in September of 1997 and serves area seniors and their families through respite and long-term care. An award-winning community, Elmcroft strives to offer the best alternative in elder care. As a trusted expert in assisted living healthcare, Elmcroft is a resource, counselor, caregiver and friend to seniors and their families. We offer a wholesome living experience with the comforts of home and create individual solutions to satisfy personal needs. We help our residents enjoy fulfilling lives and give their families peace of mind. ...(Read More)

Environmental Health
Phone: 501-661-2171

EPA Hazardous Waste Hotline
Toll-free: 800-424-9346

Epilepsy Foundation of America
Toll-free: 800-332-1000

Flippin Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 118
Flippin, AR 72634-0118
Phone: 870-405-4534

Food Bank of North Central Arkansas
Contact: Jeff Quick
14215 Hwy 5 South - PO Box 128 (Mailing)
Norfork, AR 72658
Phone: 870-499-7565
Fax: 870-499-3500
Hours of Operation: 9:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.
Description of Organizations Services:
The Food Bank of North Central Arkansas provides food to over 30 community food pantries and soup kitchens in the nine counties of North Central Arkansas. The Norfork Community Care Program, located in the Food Bank, consists of a community food pantry which serves the Norfork area, and a Thrift Store which provides clothing and household goods for a small donation. Burn-out victims, homeless and poverty stricken can receive clothing and bedding, free of charge. ...(Read More)

Foster Care to Success
Sterling, VA 20190-4977
Phone: (571) 203-0270
Fax: (571) 203-0273
Description of Organizations Services:
OFA's mission is to: 1. Provide opportunities for America's foster youth to continue their education 2. Raise awareness of the number and plight of older teens leaving the system 3. Illustrate the bureaucratic maze of foster care that youth encounter 4. Highlight the potential of America's foster youth and show the importance of supporting their dreams 5. Offer direct opportunities for citizens, business and civic organizations to assist older foster youth ...(Read More)

Gamma House
Contact: Sandy LaBahn, Executive Director
104 E 10th Street - PO Box 1230 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-9186
Hours of Operation: Office is open Monday thru Friday - 24 hours a day
Description of Organizations Services:
$20 a week in rent. Gamma House is a transitional shelter providing housing and supportive services to homeless women and children. The staff and board of Gamma House are committed to providing a HAND UP rather than a HAND OUT to the people utilizing the services of Gamma House. Through a structured program, residents are provided with the opportunity to develop skills needed to become independent and self-sufficient. Individuals seeking placement at Gamma House need to call 870-425-9186 to schedule an initial interview, from which a determination will be made regarding eligibility for services. ...(Read More)

Good Samaritan
Contact: Jennifer Due
Phone: 870-425-2494

Growing Through Grief Support Group
Contact: Chalotte Repp LSW/Bereavement Coordinator
Hospice of the Ozarks Administrative Building 701 Burnett Dr. Conference Room A - 741 Burnett Drive (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-1771
Hours of Operation: 1:00-3:00 pm Monday; 6:00-8:00 pm Tuesday
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
A support group for anyone in the community who has lost a loved one through death.

Health Office - Marion County
Yellville, AR
Phone: 870-449-4259
Description of Organizations Services:
Clinic: 449-4259

Health Resources of Arkansas
Contact: Lavonne Armstrong
8 Medical Plaza
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 866-308-9923

Health Resources of Arkansas - Boone County
Phone: 870-704-8063

Health Resources of Arkansas - Marion County
Phone: 870-449-5177

Hensley Behavioral Health Center
Contact: Terry Rhea LCSW, CCDP
Baxter Regional Medical Center, 624 Hospital Drive, Mountain Home, AR
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-6400
Toll-free: 800-485-1744
Fax: 870-424-1609
Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Description of Organizations Services:
Baxter Regional Medical Center's Inpatient Psychiatric Program for Older Adults is an acute, short-term program for patients aged 55 years and older in need of a secure, therapeutic environment 24 hours a day. Patients admitted to the inpatient service have an acute primary psychiatric diagnosis and exhibit severe symptoms, which may include one or more of the following: focus on non-specific physical complaints, confusion/disorientation, inability to care for self, depression, suicidal behavior and/or threats, aggressiveness/assault behavior, self-injurious behavior, sleep or eating disturbances, severe agitation, medication complications, psychosis, and obsessive-compulsive issues that interfere with daily living. The program is designed to quickly return individuals to their optimal levels of functioning outside the hospital through an intensive, structured, physician-supervised program that coordinates seamlessly with your services. The Inpatient Program includes psychiatric and physical assessment, 24-hour nursing and medical support, medical management and education, access to physical and nutritional therapy, individualized treatment planning, diagnostic testing, family education and support, basic life skill enhancement, recreational and/or occupational therapy, placement assistance, and individual and group therapy. Patients receive individualized communications from the treatment team to ensure full coordination of care, as well as a responsive referral process that is initiated with a single telephone call. A comprehensive medication assessment is given, as well as clinical management of patient comorbid conditions. Treatment involves a team consisting of a psychiatrist, social worker, and psychiatric nurse, 24 hour access, integrated follow-up with your staff to coordinate care as appropriate, and in-service sessions to keep your staff current with diagnostic and treatment trends in the behavioral health field. ...(Read More)

Hospice of North Arkansas
Contact: Kim Reeder
330 Hwy 5 North, Suite 20, Bradford Square
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-424-4000
Fax: 870-424-4072
Description of Organizations Services:
When you or someone you love is living with a terminal illness, quality of life matters more than ever. At Hospice of North Arkansas, our dedicated hospice professionals help our patients across North Arkansas live as fully and comfortably as possible in the final stages of life. Hospice care is centered on the effective management of pain and other symptoms of end-stage illness. We deliver physical, emotional, social and spiritual support to our patients and their family members. ...(Read More)

Hospice of the Ozarks
Contact: Kathy Weaver
701 Burnett Drive
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-1771
Toll-free: 800-711-9596
Fax: 870-508-1777
Hours of Operation: M-F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, RN on call 24/7
Description of Organizations Services:
Our program is designed to provide physical, social, spiritual, and emotional comfort to help both the patient and family cope with dying, death, and the time that follows. Hospice of the Ozarks has a complete team of professional staff and volunteers that offers services based on individual needs. The services include: nursing with emphasis on pain and symptom control, personal care, medications, medical supplies and equipment, social services and counseling, spiritual support, bereavement assistance, transportation, medical direction and patient care instruction, and referral to community resources. Staff on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Hospice staff provides information about hospice services to any organization which would like a program. Presentations are also provided on other related topics. "Growing Through Grief" is a place for anyone in the community who has lost a loved one to gain an understanding of the loss and grief process and how to cope with it. All groups are open to anyone in the community and are free of charge. Meetings are conducted in a confidential and nonjudgmental atmosphere. Call the Hospice office for information about these groups. ...(Read More)

Independent Living
Phone: 870-741-6909

Informed Choices Women's Center of the Ozarks
Contact: Mary Collins
15 E 5th Street
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-424-4673 text(only) 870-656-9958
Hours of Operation: Mondays/Thursdays 10:00 am - 6:00 pm ;Tuesdays/Wednesdays 10a.m. to 4 P.M.
Description of Organizations Services:
Free confidential counseling, pregnancy tests,ultrasound,STI(STD)testing,information on all options,post-abortion counseling,sexual health education,parenting classes,and more. At the Pregnancy Resource Center, our mission is to empower women and their partners to explore positive alternatives to abortion. We share Christ's saving love and forgiveness as we strive to meet the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of our clients. After-hours services by appointment. ...(Read More)

Inpatient Rehabilitation Center
Contact: Wren Hall
624 Hospital Drive
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-1744
Hours of Operation: Mon - Sun 24 hours a day
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Provide individualized and flexible treatment for individuals who have been disabled by injury or illness. We assist the patient in obtaining the skills needed to live and work independently.

IRS
Toll-free: 1-800-829-3676 or 1-800-828-1040

Job Corps
Toll-free: 1-800-733-5627
Description of Organizations Services:
Job Corps is a no-cost education and vocational training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 through 24 get a better job, make more money and take control of their lives. At Job Corps, students enroll to learn a trade, earn a high school diploma or GED and get help finding a good job. When you join the program, you will be paid a monthly allowance; the longer you stay with the program, the more your allowance will be. Job Corps supports its students for up to 12 months after they graduate from the program. ...(Read More)

John Guenther Medical Library
Phone: 870-424-1450

JTPA/Career Center
Phone: 870-741-9434

Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
Toll-free: 800-223-1138

Juvenile Services - Marion County
Phone: 870-449-5242

Kindness Inc.
Contact: Debbie Wamock, Executive Director
942 Coley Drive - PO Box 1057 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-6475
Fax: 870-425-4260
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Kindness, Inc. provides essential, non-medical support to elderly, physically and visually impaired residents of the Twin Lakes areas of Baxter and Marion Counties. Volunteers help those who are without funds to hire needed services, do not have family members available to help them, or for whom needed services do not exist. Kindness Inc. does not duplicate the services of any other agency for which the requesting care giver may be eligible. At the present time, services are confined to the Twin Lakes area. Our services include transportation, shopping assistance, respite care, errands, minor home repair, and the installation of safety bars and wheelchair ramps. Payment for materials may be requested from those who can afford to pay for them. Other services may be available. After hours services in special circumstances if volunteers are available. ...(Read More)

L.C. Sammons Youth Center
Contact: Sherry Vavra
1101 Spring Street
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-424-7275
Fax: 870-424-7282
Hours of Operation: Mon - Thurs & Sat 11:00 am - 6:00 pm (Summer)
Description of Organizations Services:
The youth center is under the parks and recreation department of the City of Mountain Home. The hours of operation for the summer are 11:00 am - 6:00 pm Monday through Saturday (closed on Sunday) The hours of operation during the school year are: 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm Ages of youth for membership: 10 years through 17 years Membership fees: $10.00 per year Day fees without membership: $1.00 per day. For further questions, summer activities and events call 870-424-7275 Director of Parks and Recreation: Sherry Vavra. Email svavra@cityofmountainhome.com Manager of the youth center is Kelly Lewis. Email klewis@cityofmountainhome.com ...(Read More)

La Leche League
Phone: 870-431-8759

Legal Aid of Arkansas
Contact: Marlo James
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: 870-972-9224 ext.5305
Toll-free: 1-800-952-9243
Hours of Operation: HelpLine M-Th 1-3 pm, T evening 5:15-7:15
Description of Organizations Services:
Legal Aid of Arkansas is a non-profit organization that provides free civil legal services to qualifying Arkansans. More information may be found at our website: www.arlegalservices.org. Call the HelpLine to apply for our services.

Leukemia Society of America
Toll-free: 800-264-2873

Lions Club / Vision Assistance
Phone: 870-425-2266

Living Bank
Toll-free: 800-528-2971

Lupus Foundation of America
Toll-free: 800-558-0121

Magee-Thomas Pharmacy
200 East 7th Street
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-2221
Hours of Operation: 8am-6pm M-F / 9am-12pm Sat
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Proudly providing customers fast, friendly service and the best prices since 1980! Magee-Thomas Pharmacy's dedicated, caring staff does more than just dispense medication. Our experienced pharmacists take the time to talk with you about your prescription, answer your questions, and advise you.

March of Dimes Foundation
Phone: 914-428-7100

Marion County Department of Human Services
PO Box 447
Yellville, AR 72687
Phone: 870-449-4058
Fax: 870-449-6720
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Our office works with the public in determining eligibility for food stamps, TEA, Medicaid, and Long Term Care applications. The food stamp program is designed to help low-income individuals and families purchase adequate nutritious food. The TEA program (Temporary Employment Assistance) is designed to help those families with no income to become self-sufficient. The maximum lifetime limit on this program is 24 months. The Medicaid program includes all non SSI related Medicaid categories. We determine eligibility for newborns up to and including nursing home patients. Our office also makes referrals to other agencies when we feel the client could benefit from their services. Open Tuesday and Thursday until 5:30 pm. ...(Read More)

Marion County Health Unit
Contact: Valarie Jackson, RN, Administrator
707 Highway 202 West - PO Box 129 (Mailing)
Yellville, AR 72687
Phone: 870-449-4259 (clinic) / 870-449-6363 (Home Health)
Toll-free: 800-527-5302 (IHS after hours)
Fax: 870-449-6364
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
No one is turned away due to inability to pay. The Marion County Health Unit clinic provides immunizations for children from birth through 18 years. Adults can receive a Tetanus booster, MMR and TB skin test. There is a $5.00 record maintenance charge assessed; however, if the client has Medicaid, there is no charge. The WIC (Women, Infant, Children) program serves over 500 people in our area. It is a nutrition-based service for eligible pregnant women, new mothers (for up to 6-12 months), and children up to 5 years old. Nutrition counseling is available through our Registered Dietician, who provides help to not only those in the WIC program but also to those referred by local physicians for diabetic counseling. Women's Health is of primary concern, and the clinic provides Family Planning services, Maternity care and Breast and Cervical Cancer Control program services. Women entering this program must meet the applicable criteria. Marion County In-Home Services provides Home Health, Home Care and Personal Care to Marion County residents who have a medical need and meet the necessary criteria. Aid can also include Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy. The coordinator for Community Based Case Management works with people 60 years and older who are on Medicaid and in need of not otherwise provided services. The Marion County Environmental Health Specialist is also housed in the health unit. Records of food establishments, resort swimming pools, environmental problems, animal bites and sewage permit applications are handled through this office. ...(Read More)

Marion County Senior Center
Contact: Christine Jenkins, Center Director
5966 Hwy 202 East - PO Box 728 (Mailing)
Flippin, AR 72634
Phone: 870-453-8488
Fax: 870-453-8481
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
The Marion County Senior Center serves as a focal point for senior services in the community. To many seniors, the most important reasons to visit a senior center are the socializing opportunities and the wide variety of things to do. Individuals age 60 or over (and their spouses regardless of age) can socialize with old friends or meet new friends, eat with others, participate in a wide variety of activities, and if interested, volunteer to help the senior center provide services to meet the needs of senior adults. Senior services available include various activities such as arts and crafts, table and other games, music, exercise classes, educational programs, counseling, information and assistance, and outreach programs designed to provide a means of increasing social contact among older persons. Hot, nutritious meals are served daily, and meals are delivered to the homes of frail or disabled persons who are unable to go to the senior center and who cannot prepare nutritious meals for themselves. Persons are transported in groups or individually as the need arises to the senior center, recreational and educational activities, medical facilities, Social Service and Social Security offices and for shopping needs. Staff members assist seniors in receiving benefits to which they are eligible by providing information regarding available programs and services. Medicare does not provide funding, but Medicaid may provide some assistance. Suggested donation levels have been established to help offset the cost of providing services. These donations stay at the senior center and are used to meet the budget needs of that particular program. ...(Read More)

McBride Rehabilitation Group
Contact: Blake McBride
978 Coley Drive - PO Box 1507 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72654
Phone: (870) 425-5881
Hours of Operation: Mon - Thurs 8am - 5pm, Fri 8am - 4pm (closed daily for lunch from 12-1)
Description of Organizations Services:
"When Only the Best Will Do" Patient care is provided by fully licensed therapists who emphasize individual attention to each patient. Patients can be assured of continuity in their care. "We take the time to know our patients, determine the problem, and provide appropriate treatment." "Our patients appreciate that we focus on their needs." ...(Read More)

Mesothelioma Center (Asbestos.com)
Contact: Breanna Burns
Toll-free: 800-615-2270
Description of Organizations Services:
Unlike other sites, Asbestos.com has achieved HON code approval (Health On the Net (HON) Foundation is a not-for-profit foundation that works to preserve the accuracy and trustworthiness of Web-based medical information). Our site has employed a full staff of writers with more than 3,000 pages of content dedicated to research and writing about asbestos exposure and the diseases that result from exposure to the toxic mineral. ...(Read More)

Mesothelioma Lawyer Center
Toll-free: 800-694-4856
Description of Organizations Services:
We offer comprehensive asbestos and mesothelioma information, along with an emphasis on the legal options available to asbestos victims and their families. The legal options available to asbestos victims are of the utmost importance, so that victims and their families can pay for medical expenses and receive compensation for the pain and suffering they endure. All of the information we provide is completely free. ...(Read More)

Monroe House
Contact: Kelly Ives
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-7878
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8am - 5pm
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Adult residence for seniors.

Mountain Home Chamber of Commerce
Highway 62/412 - PO Box 488 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72654-0488
Phone: 870-425-5111
Toll-free: 800-822-3536

Mountain Home Christian Clinic
Contact: Dr. Bill Smith
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-5010
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 9:30am - 12:30pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Please view website for information.

Mountain Home Food Basket
Contact: George Illian
1130 Hwy. 62SW
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-6902
Hours of Operation: Mon - Sat 10:00 am - 12 Noon
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
We are an all-volunteer nonprofit organization supported by food and cash donations. All cash donations are used to purchase food or pay expenses directly related to the securing or the storing of food. Food is distributed to those in need free of charge. We are supported entirely by community donations. There is a notice on the door with phone numbers to call for after-hours emergency service. ...(Read More)

Multiple Sclerosis Association of America
Toll-free: 800-833-4672

Narcotics Anonymous
Toll-free: 800-338-8750

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
Toll-free: 800-950-6264

National Brain Injury Information Center
Toll-free: 800-444-6443

National Cancer Institute
Toll-free: 800-422-6237

National Center for the Blind
Toll-free: 800-638-7518

National Depressive & Manic Depressive Association
Toll-free: 800-826-3632

National Diabetes Education Program

National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse

National Down Syndrome Society
Toll-free: 800-221-4602

National Family Caregivers Association
10400 Connecticut Avenue, #500
Kensington, MD 20895-3944
Toll-free: 800-896-3650
Fax: (301) 942-2302
Description of Organizations Services:
The National Family Caregivers Association (NFCA) exists to support family caregivers and to speak out publicly for caregivers' needs. NFCA espouses a philosophy of self-advocacy and self-care that is predicated on the belief that caregivers who choose to take charge of their lives, and see caregiving as but one of its facets, are in a position to be happier and healthier individuals. They are then able to have a higher quality of life and to make a more positive contribution to the well-being of their care recipient, all of which has a positive impact on society and health care costs. Through its services in the areas of education and information, support and validation, public awareness and advocacy, NFCA strives to minimize the disparity between a caregiver's quality of life and that of mainstream Americans. Services for family caregivers are noted below. ...(Read More)

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
P.O. Box 30105
Bethesda, MD 20824-0105
Phone: (301) 592-8573
Fax: (301) 592-8563
Description of Organizations Services:
The Institute plans, conducts, fosters, and supports an integrated and coordinated program of basic research, clinical investigations and trials, observational studies, and demonstration and education projects. Research is related to the causes, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of heart, blood vessel, lung, and blood diseases; and sleep disorders. The NHLBI plans and directs research in development and evaluation of interventions and devices related to prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of patients suffering from such diseases and disorders. It also supports research on clinical use of blood and all aspects of the management of blood resources. Research is conducted in the Institute's own laboratories and by scientific institutions and individuals supported by research grants and contracts. For health professionals and the public, the NHLBI conducts educational activities, including development and dissemination of materials in the above areas, with an emphasis on prevention. The NHLBI supports research training and career development of new and established researchers in fundamental sciences and clinical disciplines to enable them to conduct basic and clinical research related to heart, blood vessel, lung, and blood diseases; sleep disorders; and blood resources through individual and institutional research training awards and career development awards. The Institute coordinates relevant activities in the above areas, including the related causes of stroke, with other research institutes and federal health programs. Relationships are maintained with institutions and professional associations, and with international, national, state, and local officials as well as voluntary agencies and organizations working in the above areas. ...(Read More)

National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases
1 AMS Circle
Bethesda, MD 20892-3675
Phone: 301-495-4484
Toll-free: 877-226-4267
Fax: 301-718-6366

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease
Bldg 31 Rm 9A06 Office of Communications and Public Liasion - 31 Center Drive MSC 2560 (Mailing)
Bethesda, MD 20892-2560
Phone: 301-496-3583

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
P.O. Box 5801
Bethesda, MD 20824
Phone: 301-496-5751
Toll-free: 1-800-352-9424 TTY 301-468-5981

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

National Kidney Foundation
30 East 33rd St.
New York, NY 10016
Toll-free: 1-800-622-9010
Fax: (212) 689-9261
Description of Organizations Services:
Mission Statement of the National Kidney Foundation: The National Kidney Foundation, Inc., a major voluntary health organization, seeks to prevent kidney and urinary tract diseases, improve the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by these diseases, and increase the availability of all organs for transplantation. ...(Read More)

National Park Service
Phone: 870-449-4311
Toll-free: 1-888-615-6580
Description of Organizations Services:
Buffalo Point Ranger Station: 870-449-4311

River Levels: 870-741-5443

After hours emergency: 870-448-2340 or toll-free 1-888-615-6580

National Spinal Cord Injury Association
75-20 Astoria Blvd Suite 120
East Elmhurst, NY 11370
Toll-free: 800-962-9629
Hours of Operation: 11:30 -5:30 EST

Need Help Paying Bills?

NOARK Girl Scout Council
Phone: 870-743-2420

North Arkansas Transportation Service
Contact: JoAnna Cartwright
1631 Leo Davis Dr.
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-6989
Description of Organizations Services:
The North Arkansas Transportation Service (NATS) is dedicated to helping the citizens of our service area become more mobile. Low cost transportation services of various types are provided in the service area comprised of nine counties: Baxter, Boone, Fulton, Izard, Marion, Newton, Searcy, and parts of Carroll and Madison Counties. NATS operates four different services, varying in the several counties in our service area. Please give us a call to see how we can accommodate you at 870-741-5404 or 870-425-6989. ...(Read More)

Northwest Regional Housing Authority
Contact: Merrilie Bryant
114 Sisco Avenue - PO Box 2568 (Mailing)
Harrison, AR 72602
Phone: 870-741-5522 or 870-741-5405
Fax: 870-741-9234
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8 am to 4 pm
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Rental Assistance for very low-income families. For families, elderly, handicapped or disabled who qualify as very low-income, we pay a portion of their rent based on their income. The rental unit must pass inspection and the owner and tenant must sign a years lease.

Nursing Home Ombudsman
Contact: Laraine Lamb
1510 Rock Springs Road
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: 501-741-1144

Office for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired
Contact: Diane Boles
4058 N. College, Suite 101
Fayetteville, AR 72703
Phone: 479-582-1286
Fax: 501-582-1762
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

OMART
Phone: 870-435-6300

Open Arms Learning Center
Contact: Jill wilson
222 E. Wade Avenue
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-424-5758
Fax: 870-424-7437
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 6:00 am - 5:30 pm

Our K.I.D.S. (Charity to help children in need)
Contact: Jackie L. Edmonds
423 W 7th Street
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-8859
Fax: 870-508-6255
Description of Organizations Services:
Provides medical and health related services for needy children in Baxter County.Sponsored by the Baxter Bulletin and Mountain Home Kiwanis Cuub in cooperation with the Baxter County Department of Human Services and the Baxter County Health Unit.

Ozark Center of Hope
Contact: Sandra Anderson
307 West North Street - PO Box 1317 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72654
Phone: 870-508-4374
Fax: 870-508-0050
Hours of Operation: Tuesday & Wednesday 10-3, Thursday 10-2
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
We currently provide monetary assistance for rent and utilities. Working with individuals and families who have utility shut off or eviction notices. In addition we aid recipients by referring them to other agencies and/or churches for additional help and Spiritual counseling. We also maintain a supply of personal care items, which are given free of charge to clients. In addition, our office maintains a database of clients who have received help from us directly, or from a coalition member who reports this information to us. Each person is dealt with on a case by case basis and referred to other agencies if we are unable to assist them. No gas assistance. ...(Read More)

Ozark Community Home
Contact: Gail Conquest, Director
201 Dodd Street
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-4515
Fax: 870-425-3933
Hours of Operation: 24 hours, 7 days a week
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Ozark Community Home provides housing and training for developmentally disabled adults in a 24-hour supervised environment as well as semi-independent housing supervised 12 hours per day, six days per week. State funded, private, non-profit corporation.

Ozark Family Ministries
Contact: Melissa Brooks
326 E. 7th Street - PO Box 384 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72654
Phone: 870-425-7500 / 870-424-7500
Hours of Operation: M-Th 8:30 am - 5:00 pm, F 8:30 am - 12:00 noon
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Ozark Family Ministries offers marriage counseling designed to meet the needs of each individual couple, whether it's pre-marital counseling for those contemplating marriage, counseling for those in good marriages who want to strengthen the bond even more, or counseling for marriages in danger of failing. We want to help families create a home that is an island of safety where relationship needs are met. OFM offers counseling to adolescents that are faced with many different issues: Parent-teen relationships, depression, stress, eating disorders, addictions, adolescent sexuality, divorce and broken families, and emotional difficulties as evidenced by rage, guilt, and anxiety. Children's counseling needs are very unique and require a careful approach. OFM is dedicated to helping these hurting children and their families through play therapy, family counseling, and parenting seminars. Other subjects dealt with at OFM are: Sexual Disorders in Married Couples, Child Sexual Abuse, Sexual Addictions, Grief and Loss Counseling, and Anxiety Disorders and Depression. Operation Angel is a healing ministry for parents who have lost a child through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, or stillbirth. After-hours services are available as needed for emergencies or other scheduled needs. ...(Read More)

Ozark Opportunities, Inc.
Contact: Susan Phelan
Phone: 870-449-6250 (Marion) 870-435-7888 (Baxter)
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm (closed Noon - 12:30 pm)
Description of Organizations Services:
The Baxter County office is located at 201 Combs Ave, Cotter, AR. The Marion County office is located at 354 Hwy. 62 in Yellville (P.O Box 1326 Yellville, AR). Baxter and Marion Counties OOI are part of a 6 county non-profit agency with the main office in Harrison, AR (870-741-9406). All the county offices have winter Entergy assistance during winter months and summer Entergy assistance usually beginning in July. USDA commodity foods are available 4 times a year. The Head Start program is also under the umbrella of OOI as is the SUCCESS program. ...(Read More)

Ozark Rape Crisis Center
Contact: Dorinda Edminsten
125 W. Industrial Park Road Suite 2A
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: 870-741-4141
Toll-free: 800-818-1189
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-5 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
24 hour crisis intervention services for victims of sexual violence, including crisis hotline advocacy, in-person advocacy throughout the medical, legal, and criminal justice process, and follow-up, information and referral. Violence Prevention Education Programming is also provided in schools, churches, disability organizations, and various other youth and adult organizations. In-service training for professionals is also available. ...(Read More)

Ozark Unlimited Resources (Education Co-op)
5823 Resource Drive - PO Box 610 (Mailing)
Valley Springs, AR 72682
Phone: 870-429-9100
Fax: 870-429-9099

OzarkHealth.com
Mountain Home, AR 72653

P.A.C.T. (Protect Against Child Trauma)
Contact: Kathleen M. Maple
Meetings held at Department of Human Service - PO Box 1250 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72654
Phone: 870-425-6011 Ext. 107(Ask for Kathy Maple.)
Hours of Operation: Meeting 1st Tuesday of month, 12 noon - 1:00 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
For after hours service, call Child Abuse Hotline 800-482-5964. P.A.C.T. participates in special community events. Local Councils assist the State Board in three major areas: Reviewing grant proposals, facilitating collaboration and developing new programs, and promoting awareness of child abuse and how to prevent it. One of the main reasons for the establishment of Local Councils is that the State Board feels that child abuse is a community problem and must be solved at the community level. Members of the Local Councils are knowledgeable about the resources or lack of resources in a community and are in an excellent position to facilitate collaboration between agencies and to help develop new programs. The Local Council can serve as a forum for identifying gaps in services to the community and promoting solutions. The Local Council also plays an important role in promoting awareness of child abuse and in advocating for prevention activities. In addition, Local Councils can bring prevention to the forefront by helping to educate people about the difference between treatment and prevention. ...(Read More)

Parkinson's Disease Foundation
Toll-free: 800-457-6676
Hours of Operation: 9-5 Eastern Daylight time

Peitz Cancer Support House - BRMC
Contact: Melissa Hudson
624 Hospital Drive
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-CARE
Hours of Operation: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Description of Organizations Services:
Peitz Cancer Support House is the first line of support for cancer patients, their families and friends. We offer a variety of support meetings. These free sessions offer a chance for discussion and education in a relaxed homelike environment. Other services available include: resource library, wig and turban bank, mastectomy bras and breast forms, educational seminars and cancer support connections. ...(Read More)

Poison Control
Toll-free: 800-222-1222
Description of Organizations Services:
As a service to the citizens of Arkansas, the College of Pharmacy operates the Arkansas Poison Control Center. This center is supported through a direct appropriation from the Arkansas Legislature. The mission of the Poison Center is to provide confidential, accurate and up-to-date treatment information on thousands of different poisons and poison situations. The majority of calls received are from the lay public involving poison situations at home. Calls are also received from emergency departments and other healthcare offices. Over 75% of calls from home can be managed on site without treatment in a healthcare facility, but with appropriate treatment recommendations and follow-up by the Center. Efforts are made to make the Center accessible to all the citizens of Arkansas. The Center is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to the community and healthcare professionals, alike. The Center provides a toll free TTY phone line for the hearing impaired. In addition, persons speaking other languages may be assisted through the use of the AT&T Language Line Services. The Center has a developing education department that addresses both public and professional education needs. The purpose of this department is to educate the public on methods of poison prevention and to educate healthcare professionals on proper treatment of poison situations. In addition, the Center provides emergency drug information to the healthcare professionals in the state and serves as a clinical rotation site for senior pharmacy students. Resources of the Center include cutting edge computer software programs like Poisindex and Toxicall, and access to primary, secondary and tertiary literature through an in-house library and the Medical Center Library. All these resources assist the well-trained staff of nurses, pharmacists, physicians and support staff in making poison therapy and drug therapy decisions. In an effort to expand the Center and ensure appropriate care and quality outcomes, the Arkansas Poison Control Center is striving towards Regional Certification by the American Association of Poison Control Centers. This extensive application process is expected to be successfully completed in 2002. ...(Read More)

Redeemer Lutheran Church
Contact: Kinda Rose
353 Hwy 5 North
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-6071
Fax: 870-425-2844
Hours of Operation: Mon - Thurs & Sun 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
The Center of Hope handles all clients in need.

Rehabilitative Services - Boone County
715 W Sherman Suite E
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: 870-741-7153
Hours of Operation: 8:00-4:30

Reppell Diabetes Learning Center
Contact: Jodi Owens
Baxter Regional Medical Center 624 Hospital Drive
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-1765
Hours of Operation: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
The Reppell Diabetes Learning Center is recognized by the American Diabetes Association. We offer a comprehensive and progressive diabetes education program. Our goal is to improve the quality of life for people with diabetes. Your physician, registered nurses, registered dietitian, social worker and Certified Diabetes Educators make up the diabetes education team at Baxter Regional. You and your family members complete this important team. A physician referral is needed for admission to the program. Medicare and some private insurance companies cover program charges. Group classes are scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays. The length of each class session is 2 hours. Individual sessions can be scheduled as needed on Mondays or Wednesdays. Monthly support group meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at 5:00 p.m. ...(Read More)

Senior Health Topics - Drugwatch

Serenity Inc.
Contact: Donna Forrester,Executive Director
1015 Hwy 62 W - PO Box 1111 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72654
Phone: 870-424-7576 (24 Hour Hotline 870-424-7233)
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (office)
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
Serenity Inc. offers domestic violence emergency shelter and advocacy at no cost. Serenity also offers outreach services for victims of domestic violence that are not residing in shelter.Hotline telephone number 1-424-7233


Shriners Hospital Referral Line
Toll-free: 800-237-5055

Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Baxter/Izard Counties
Contact: Jackie Edmonds
1322 Bradley Drive, Suite 7
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-508-6203
Fax: 870-508-6255
Description of Organizations Services:
The Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Baxter/Izard Counties Program awards scholarships in the amount of $200-$500 to low income single parents who reside in Baxter and Izard Counties so that they may pursue the goal of higher education or technical training. Funds may be used for tuition, texts, transportation costs, child care, and utilities. Eligibility requirements: Be a resident of Baxter/Izard Counties Be a high school graduate or equivalent be a single parent of a child under age 18 Applications are available on-line through the website. To learn more about the Single Parent Scholarship Program of Baxter/Izard Counties or to help our local effort, contact the ASUMH Adult Education Center at 870-425-7974 or ASUMH Career pathways at 508-6203. ...(Read More)

Social Security
955 Wallace Knob Road
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-424-3113
Toll-free: 800-772-1213

St. Peter the Fisherman Family Ministry
Contact: Lynda Barnes, Parish Secretary
249 Dyer Street - PO Box 298 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72654
Phone: 870-425-2832
Fax: 870-424-5172
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Clothes closet opens between 10-1 M-F. St. Vincent supplies food, help with electric bills, rent, etc. on Tue. and Thursday 10-12. Food pantry same hours as St. Vincent. The Family Ministry runs a clothing resale shop for those in the community. Funds raised are used to help with utilities and rental assistance for those in need in our community. Hours of the resale shop are 9-11 Monday through Friday. Clothing is given at no cost for those in need. The Family Ministry also works with the Baxter County Health Department by providing baby layettes for new mothers. ...(Read More)

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Alliance
Toll-free: 800-221-7437

Sugarloaf Senior Village
231 Grand Ave
Diamond City, AR 72630
Phone: 870-422-2059
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 9 am -12 noon
Description of Organizations Services:
Apartments for rent for age 62 or older and low income.A HUD-rental housing.

The Salvation Army
Contact: Captain Jamie Spaulding
121 Hwy 201 North
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-424-5708
Fax: 870-424-6940
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 4:30 pm Social Service hours 9:00 AM -1:00 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Food and Clothing assistance:Monday-Friday. Financial Asistance: Tuesday,Wednesday and Friday Assistance provided by the salvation Army includes,but is not limited to,utility assistance(gas,water,electric),rent assistance,food and clothing assistance.On a limited basis,The salvation Army may assist with (overnight shelter(through a hotel),fuel assistance( for medical reasons),and bus tickets.The Salvation Army conducts seasonal assistance programs during Christmas and Back to School season,as well as sending kids to summer camp. Pastoral counseling and youth character building programs are also available. The salvation Army works in conjunction with other area agencies,and will refer clients when necessary. ...(Read More)

The Yellow House Thrift Shop
Contact: Sandy LaBahn, Gamma House Executive Director
19 E. 6th Street - PO Box 1230 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72654
Phone: 870-425-4455
Hours of Operation: Mon - Sat 10 a.m to 4 p.m.
Description of Organizations Services:
The Yellow House Thrift Shop provides a unique shopping experience for bargain hunters, collectors, and anyone looking for a great deal. All proceeds from the Yellow House go to support Gamma House, our area's only transitional shelter for homeless women and children. Besides being a great place for people to shop, The Yellow House Thrift Shop provides Gamma House residents with clothing and other needed personal items. In addition, it serves as an avenue for our residents to improve social, interpersonal, and job related skills needed for success in employment. The shop helps the women to develop positive work habits, and affords an opportunity for our residents to give back to the community. ...(Read More)

Twin Lakes Community Foundation
Contact: Gwen Khayat, Executive Director
P.O. Box 473
Mountain Home, AR 72654
Phone: 870-321-8887
Description of Organizations Services:
Twin Lakes Community Foundation promotes smart giving to improve communities. We do this by sharing our knowledge of challenges facing our community, helping people direct their charitable dollars to be more effective, and by making grants. Our annual Giving Tree grant cycle is from January 10 - February 15 each year. ...(Read More)

Twin Lakes Literacy Council
Contact: Nancy Tester
1318 Bradley Drive, Suite #14
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-7323 (425-READ)
Hours of Operation: Mon - Thurs 9:00 am - 12:00 pm 1:00-5:30 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Twin Lakes literacy council provides free tutoring to adults and children in Baxter County. Students can improve their reading, math, English or computer skills. Lessons are free with a schedule arranged by the tutor and student. Twin Lakes literacy Council provides books and tutor training. Volunteer tutors are always needed! You don't have to be a teacher to be able to help and encourage a child or adult who needs you. Friday's schedule by appointments; closed for lunch noon - 1:00 pm. ...(Read More)

Twin Lakes Music Foundation
Contact: Mary A. Walker
Hwy 62W & CR 894 - PO Box 2293 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72654-2293
Phone: 870-425-3509
Fax: 870-425-3509
Hours of Operation: Noon - 7pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Free music lessons for local children whose parents meet Federal and Arkansas State poverty guidelines. The Foundation will provide up to 48 individual lessons per year. The Foundation will fund only one child per family. Family qualifying status is reviewed annually. The Foundation also grants several scholarships each summer for Music Camp and supplies some musical instruments. ...(Read More)

Twin Lakes Ostomy Chapter (Support Group)
Contact: Evelyn Osborn
Baxter County Library 300 Library Hill - 1913 Arbor St (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-424-3059
Description of Organizations Services:
The United Ostomy Association, of which we are a chapter, is a volunteer based health organization dedicated to assisting people who have had, or will have, intestinal or urinary diversions, by means of: Education/Informational lectures by local physicians and other health care providers; Rehabilitation/Talks by organizations interested in improving the quality of life; Health care providers exhibiting the latest innovations in products and services; and Moral Support and Mutual Aid/Round Table discussions among members citing successes and failures in ostomate care. Support is also given to family members. Meetings at the Baxter County Library 1st Saturday of each month from September to April. ...(Read More)

Twin Lakes Shrine Club
3298 Hwy 5 North - PO Box 1330 (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72654
Phone: 870-424-6131
Description of Organizations Services:
The Twin Lakes Shrine Club assists with applications to Shriners Hospitals. To make application for admission to any Shriners Hospital, to request travel assistance, or to request assistance for hotel accommodations, call Ray Coahran (431-5370). Legion of Honor Unit - The Flying Carpets Unit - The Clown Unit ...(Read More)

United States Senator John Boozman
1001 Highway 62 East Suite 11
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-0129
Fax: 870-424-0141
Description of Organizations Services:
Though Senator Boozman cannot override decisions made by a federal agency, he can often intervene to answer questions, find solutions, or just cut through red tape. Services offered include: United States Citizenship and Immigration Service(USCIS), Corps of Engineers, Department of Education, Federal Communications Commission(FCC), Housing and Urban Development(HUD), Internal Revenue Service(IRS), Department of Labor, Medicare, Military (Active, Reserved or Retired), Office of Personnel Management(OPM), Passport and Visa Services, U.S. Postal Service, Social Security Administration, Department of Treasury-Banking and Mortgages, Veterans Administration. Contacts: Sarah Hartley 870-424-0129 Hillrey Adams 870-424-0129 ...(Read More)

United Way - Boone County
Harrison, AR 72602
Phone: 870-741-6555

Univ. of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, Marion County Office
313 West 7th Street - PO Box 386 (Mailing)
Yellville, AR 72687
Phone: 870-449-6349
Fax: 870-449-4049
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
The Marion County Office for the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service provides educational services to all the people of Marion County. Our program areas include agricultural, family and consumer sciences, 4-H youth development, and community development.

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1600 Clifton Rd
Atlanta, GA 30333
Toll-free: 1-800-311-3435
Description of Organizations Services:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recognized as the lead federal agency for protecting the health and safety of people - at home and abroad, providing credible information to enhance health decisions, and promoting health through strong partnerships. CDC serves as the national focus for developing and applying disease prevention and control, environmental health, and health promotion and education activities designed to improve the health of the people of the United States. CDC, located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, is an agency of the Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Julie L. Gerberding is the Director. ...(Read More)

VA Benefits
Phone: 501-257-1000
Toll-free: 800-827-1000

Van Matre Senior Center (Transportation)
Contact: Joan Statler
1101 Spring Street - 131 Berkshire Circle (Mailing)
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-424-2859
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00-4:00
Handicap Accessible: Yes

Veteran Engagement Team (VET)
Contact: Judy Fagan
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 866-308-9923 ext. 1915
Description of Organizations Services:
A non-profit organization developed to ensure that every veteran, spouse, child or family member receives the care and support necessary for a productive, meaningful life. The VA/Clergy partnership for rural veterans is a community based program that aims to partner with faith leaders and their communities as first line responders to the mental, spiritual, and social needs of returning service members and their families. ...(Read More)

Women and Children Recovery Center
Contact: Joan Statler
2002 S. Fillmore Street
Little Rock, AR 72653
Phone: 501-296-1750
Handicap Accessible: Yes

Workforce Investment Programs
1058 Highland Circle #20
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-2386
Toll-free: 800-364-1358
Fax: 870-425-2411
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
Workforce Investment Programs include the Dislocated Worker Program and Adult and Youth Programs. Individuals permanently laid-off from a job due to a work force reduction, layoff, closure or farm failure, including displaced homemakers, may participate in the Dislocated Worker Program. Services provided include an assessment of worker's education, experience and skills, and counseling to help workers overcome the trauma of job loss, loss of health care and other company benefits, strain of financial obligations and family problems, and uncertainties about remaining in the community. Job development and placement are provided to help laid-off workers find employment in high demand occupations. Assistance is given with basic education skills and obtaining a General Equivalency Diploma (GED). On-the-job Training and classroom work provide laid-off workers the opportunity to train for a new job while working and earning a paycheck. Adult and Youth Programs help individuals age 18 and older with limited income, who are unemployed or who are not self-sufficient, prepare for work. Services provided include assessment of skills, needs and employment goals, career and personal counseling, and job search assistance, including help with resume writing and interview techniques. Assistance is given with basic educational skills or obtaining a GED. Job development and placement and On-the-job training and classroom instruction are also available. ...(Read More)

Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society
15000 Commerce Parkway Ste C
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Toll-free: 1-888-224-9626
Hours of Operation: Mon - Wed & Fri 9:00-5:00
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Description of Organizations Services:
The Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN) a professional nursing society that supports its members by promoting educational, clinical, and research opportunities to advance the practice and guide the delivery of expert care to the individuals with wounds, ostomies, and incontinence.

Yellville Area Chamber of Commerce
Contact: Carolyn Vigna
PO Box 369
Yellville, AR 72687
Phone: 870-449-4676
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 10-3
Handicap Accessible: Yes

Youth Bridge, Inc.
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870-425-5644
Fax: 870-424-2201
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Description of Organizations Services:
There is a staff member on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Dorothy Thompson is Area Manager. The vision of Youth Bridge is to create a community that values, protects, and empowers its children. Its mission is to help at-risk youth and their families build brighter futures by providing an array of supportive and empowering services. Youth Bridge, Inc. provides the following professional services to youth ages 5-19 and their families: Individual, group, and family counseling; mental health assessment, diagnosis and evaluation for court-, parent-, or school-referred youth to assist in determining appropriate service needs; substance abuse counseling; case management; parenting and anger management education; host home and emergency shelter. Therapy services are now available for young adults through age 25 years. Youth Bridge accepts private insurance or offers a pro-rated fee for service based on the income of the young adult. ...(Read More)

Youth Center of Harrison
Contact: John Phillips
Harrison , AR
Phone: 870-741-2346
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 7:30-5:30

Youth with Disabilities National Center
Toll-free: 800-333-6293