Community Services Resources
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Use el sitio web para encontrar programas por necesidad.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL RESOURCES:
HOMELESS SHELTERS & CRISIS CENTERS IN ROGERS ARKANSAS
"Saving Grace of Northwest Arkansas is a transitional living home for young women (ages 18-25) who have aged out of foster care or group homes, are facing homelessness, and/or have been abandoned by critical supports. (Click here for additional admissions criteria). Saving Grace is more than just another place to sleep for the night. It’s a new community that believes that each of its members can succeed. We focus on the individual and recognize that everyone has different stories, needs and dreams. In the same way, your experience, support, and program length will be based on what you need . . . not some five-step plan."
1229 W Poplar St, Rogers, AR 72756
"The Salvation Army of Northwest Arkansas exists to help the people of our community. We provide food, shelter and assistance 365 days a year. In addition, we offer recovery programs, financial assistance, advocacy programs, and spiritual hope for those in need without discrimination."
Must not be under influence and have valid driver’s license.
Salvation Army Emergency Shelter - Bentonville
3305 S.W. I Street, Bentonville, AR
Salvation Army Thrift Store
2223 W. Walnut, Rogers, AR 72757
Salvation Army Social Services (Appointment Required)
2223 W. Walnut, Rogers, AR 72757
MAY HOUSE FOR BOYS
May House for Boys is an emergency shelter for boys ages 13-18.
615 West Chestnut, Rogers, AR 72756
JESSICA HOUSE FOR GIRLS
Jessica House for Girls is a shelter and transitional housing for girls ages 13-18.
318 W. Elm, Rogers, AR 72756, Rogers, AR 72756
"Souls Harbor was originally founded in 1989 as a homeless shelter for men in need of housing and food. In 2015, we became a refuge for long-term support.
Souls Harbor is now a transitional community, providing shelter and care for men in recovery. In addition to a safe place to live, we provide food, clothing, educational opportunities, and case management. Residents are responsible for a shared housing expense of $50 per week, half of which is returned to them upon completion through graduation of the program. Each resident is responsible for assisting with grounds maintenance, basic upkeep, gardening, and various tasks around our facilities. We refer to this contribution as “Sweat Equity”; every resident is required to participate.
We consider ourselves a safe community, where we give our residents a hand up, not a hand out. In order to gain a true foundation for recovery, our graduates stay at Souls Harbor for four months to one year."
1206 N. 2nd Street, Rogers, AR 72756
"The Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter is committed to serving victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and empowering them to build lives free of violence. We provide a 24-hour crisis phone line, emergency shelter, support services, court advocacy, children’s advocacy and programming, community education, and outreach services in Northwest Arkansas."
P.O. Box 1059, Rogers, AR 72757
24/7 Crisis Hotline - 1-800-775-9011 or (479) 246-9999
Business Line - (479) 246-0353
BENTON COUNTY WOMEN’S SHELTER
Benton County Women’s Shelter is a women-only emergency shelter. There are 20 beds available at the facility, and there is a 30-day stay allowed.
P.O. Box 572, Bentonville, AR 72712
5.07 miles from city center Rogers
"The Havenwood program provides transitional housing for single mothers and their children in a supportive environment to help families become economically self-sufficient and transition into permanent housing.
Havenwood is a two year program designed to help single mothers overcome the barriers in their lives that lead to homelessness. Residents are required to work or attend school full time and volunteer."
808 N. Main, Bentonville, Arkansas 72712
"Youth Bridge operates a year-round Emergency Shelter for up to 24 at-risk youth from 13 up to 18 years of age who require both short and long term needs. Many of these youth are runaways, homeless or at risk of running away. Many have been removed from the home due to family crisis or abuse and neglect. Referrals come from the Department of Human Services (DHS), the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS), the Department of Youth Services (DYS) and the courts. Each year approximately 240 youth will go through the program. Basic needs are met, counseling and targeted case management are provided for substance abuse, physical and sexual abuse, mental health issues and behavioral problems; and school or continuation placement and transportation are provided as well. If the goal of family unification cannot be achieved, long term placement is sought out."
Fayetteville Administrative Office
2153 E. Joyce Blvd., Suite 201 Fayetteville, AR 72703
Crisis Call Center - 1-888-518-0108
Clinical Office - 1-800-628-2260 or 479-575-9471
Rogers Clinical Office
2005 W. Elm St., Rogers, AR 72756
Crisis Call Center - 1-888-518-0108
Clinical Office – 479-636-0083
HOUSE OF HOPE RESCUE MISSION
The House of Hope Rescue Mission is a day center for the homeless and needy in Northwest Arkansas, serving 300-400 clients weekly. The House of Hope is currently open on Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Individuals and families can come in to get out of the heat or cold, enjoy a hot meal, snacks and water. The House of Hope provides showers and laundry facilities, a food pantry and clothing room, help with jobs and life skills, as well as phone and mail services. Volunteers can assist clients with job applications, interview process, and other services. There is also a chapel for worship and meditation. Private one-on-one prayer and life coaching is available.
505 E Emma Ave, Springdale, AR 72764
10.04 miles from city center Rogers
479-756-7333 DAY CENTER
DECISION POINT, INC.
"Decision Point Inc (Springdale) in Springdale, Arkansas is an alcohol rehab center focusing on substance abuse treatment services. Providing substance abuse treatment and a halfway house or sober living home with outpatient care, partial hospitalization or day treatment, and residential long-term treatment. DUI or DWI offenders are supported for drug treatment. Private health insurance and self payment is accepted. Includes ASL or other assistance for the hearing impaired and spanish language services."
602 N Walton Blvd, Bentonville, AR 72712
1-800-591-6474 or (479) 464-1060
301 Holcomb Street, Springdale, AR 72765
(479) 756-1060 or (479) 464-1060 (intake number)
"The Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter is a private, non-profit organization that provides 24-hour residential, emergency triage care for children throughout Arkansas who are victims of abandonment, abuse or neglect. Our mission is to provide these children in crisis with a safe haven, high-quality care and hope for the future."
14100 Vaughn Rd., Bentonville, AR 72713
Rogers Shelter Shop
2700 W. Walnut, Rogers, AR
COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS
1200 W. Walnut, Suite 2310, Rogers, AR 72756
The mission of Hope Cancer Resources is to provide compassionate, professional cancer support and education in the Northwest Arkansas region today and tomorrow. Our vision is to provide hope and enhance quality of life by expanding prevention, wellness and comprehensive cancer support services in our region.
5835 W. Sunset Ave., Springdale, AR 72762
Washington Regional Cancer Support Home provides hope and comfort to those learning to live with cancer. The following services are offered at no cost: overnight lodging, wig and prosthesis boutique, breast and women’s health navigation, support groups, early detection cancer screenings, diagnostic testing and resource library.
1101 N. Woolsey Ave., Fayetteville, AR 72703
"NWARC is dedicated to supporting survivors of sexual assault. Our staff and volunteers are non-judgmental, empathetic and encouraging. We accompany survivors to hospitals, police stations and courts, serving as advocates during the rape exam and legal proceedings. We also provide One-on-One Advocacy services, Support Groups, and advocacy for secondary survivors (people who are close to someone who has been sexually assaulted)."
614 E. Emma, Suite 247, Springdale, AR 72764
24-hour hotline - (479) 927-1020
"Arkansans may apply for a vast array of services at their local county office as well as online. Services include ARKids First health insurance for children, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as food stamps), Transitional Employment Assistance (TEA) and Medicaid."
900 SE 13TH Court, Bentonville, AR, 72712
Crisis Intervention Service, Human Services Organizations, Educational Services, Employment Services-Non Profit, free Tax Return Preparation
2510 N. 17th St, Suite 203, Rogers, AR 72756
The Samaritan Center provides warm lunch on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Center also provides the following services: counseling, meals, food pantry, dental clinic, snack packs for kids, school supplies, garden, and thrift store.
1211 W. Hudson Road, Rogers, AR
Gives food, shelter, rent, and temporary housing.
100 Parkwood St., Lowell, AR 72745
211 - 2-1-1 is a free telephone service that connects individuals in need to important community services in Northwest Arkansas
"Helping Hands’ primary goal is to help Benton County residents in need. We do this by providing a variety of services. Some of the services offered are: rental assistance, assistance with utility bills, help with doctor visits and limited prescriptions, diapers and formula for babies, and a food pantry. Those requesting assistance must provide a photo ID, Social Security Card, and the bill or lease with which you need help. Eligibility requirements must be addressed in person by our office staff. Monetary assistance is provided on a first come first served basis, and is limited to 25 applicants each day.
In addition we also attempt to assist those affected by fire or other natural disasters by providing them with furniture and household items."
320 Airport Road, Bentonville, AR 72712
Offers free medical, dental and some prescriptions.
3710 W Southern Hills Blvd #700, Rogers, AR 72758
Northwest Arkansas Food Bank is made up of a network of many different agencies such as food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters. These hunger relief partners ensure that families, children and seniors in our community have a consistent source of nutritious meals and groceries.
The Office of Human Concerns provides the following programs and services:
Meals on Wheels Program:
The Meals on Wheels Program is operated through each of our senior centers. We deliver a hot meal, freshly prepared in our kitchens (Monday-Friday) and have frozen meals available for weekends, holidays, and inclement weather days. Our volunteers provide a daily check on the well-being of our meal recipients, helping to obtain timely assistance in the case of a medical emergency. Many times, our volunteer is the only human contact the client has on a daily basis.
AniMeals is a pet food program available for the pets of Meals on Wheels clients in Benton County, who are economically disadvantaged. The pet food program operates on a monthly delivery schedule. Contact Bentonville or Siloam Springs Senior Center to schedule AniMeals for your pet!
The USDA Commodities Program provides healthy foods for economically challenged households, for children, and for the elderly. As your Community Action Agency, OHC partners with local food pantries to distribute these foods.
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program assists low income households in meeting their immediate home energy needs.
Assists low income households in Rogers and Gravette with their water bills
People Helping People
People Helping People is a prescription assistance program for individuals living in Carroll County. It is for people who need prescriptions, but do not have the resources available to obtain them.
Hope Link equips low-income individuals and families with budgeting knowledge, conservation, and utility leveraging skills. This is a 6-month educational experience that requires participants to attend regularly and complete monthly assignments.
Hidden in Plain Sight
Hidden in Plain Sight is a mobile education experience. OHC educates parents and guardians with clues to help determine if their child or loved one might be using drugs or alcohol. Participants must be 21 years of age or older to engage in this program.
506 E. Spruce St., Rogers, AR 72757