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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

Heartland 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.

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)

Hope for All
Contact: Carolyn Densmore, President
605 West 6th Street
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 1-833-HOPE4ALL (467-3425)
Hours of Operation: Office is open by appointment. The phone is answered from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Description of Organizations Services:
Hope House provides transitional shelter for homeless men. We are planning to build transitional housing for additional homeless men, women, and children. In addition to meeting the immediate needs that the homeless have for shelter, food, clothing hygiene, medical care, and emotional, non-denominational spiritual support, our case managers assess, plan, implement, coordinate, monitor, and evaluate the services required to meet our client's legal health, financial, benefits and human services needs. HFA helps clients reconnect with family support, social services, and medical services. Laundry service, showers, job interviews, and jobs are provided as needed. HFA also provides emergency shelter to escape from freezing weather and snack, supplies, backpacks, tents, and sleeping bags for the homeless living outdoors. We don't give a handout. Hope for All assistance is provided without discrimination or preconditions such as employment, income, absence of a criminal record, or sobriety. We give a hand up. ...(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: Lisa Vetter
811 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:
Hospice of the Ozarks is the only not-for-profit hospice organization serving Baxter and Marion Counties since 1979. 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 free standing 12 bed Hospice House that provides three levels of care since 2005. We have a complete team of professional staff and volunteers who offer 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. "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 of the Ozarks office for information about these groups. ...(Read More)

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