Christian program for young men, ages 16-19
21-day camps held each month throughout the year
22-week cost-free residential program for young men and women, ages 16-18, who are unemployed, drug-free, and not currently involved with the criminal justice system.
Free on-line database of community and human service organizations.
Outpatient treatment center providing Christian counseling to individuals, families and couples.
Counseling, education, intervention, and prevention programs in North Little Rock. Most services are offered on a sliding fee basis according to family income.
Christian program for young men, ages 16-19, providing education, 12-step support, apprenticeships, conservation and wildlife rehabilitation, apiary science, auto shop classes, and recreational activities. Located in Missouri.
479-782-5683 Fort Smith
Christian residential program for pregnant and troubled teens/young women, ages 12 to 29.
The nation's largest and most comprehensive residential education and job training program for at-risk youth, ages 16-24.
Wide variety of resources, activities, and events that encourage family togetherness.
Community-based therapeutic group homes for emotionally disturbed and/or behaviorally troubled youth, ages 10-18.
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Non-profit, non-partisan child advocacy organization. Although they do not provide direct services, information on juvenile justice, working families, health, and other family issues is available.
Education, support, and advocacy. Visit Asperger Syndrome.
Provides support and safety to battered women and children, direct services, public information, training, education, systems advocacy and social change activities. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual, Neglect.
ACIC is the state government agency responsible for the computerized information system used by criminal justice agencies in Arkansas. ACIC also collects and publishes crime statistics, manages the Crime Victim Information and Notification System, the Sex Offender Registration File, and houses the State Office of Crime Prevention.
Protection and advocacy system for people with disabilities in Arkansas. Visit Special Education.
AMCSP serves as Arkansas' statewide clearinghouse and assists in the recovery and prevention of missing children. It is the main point of contact between the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and non-profit missing children organizations in the state. Visit Runaways and Missing Children.
Free on-line database of community and human service organizations. Visit Resources for the Family.
Free and low-cost health insurance coverage options for children and teens (19 and younger). Visit Family Health.
Brain injury prevention, education, support, and advocacy. Visit Family Health.
Service, training, and research to improve parenting skills. Good resources for parents and professionals. Visit Parenting Teens.
Nonprofit, volunteer organization of parents and professionals devoted to defining and finding solutions to the broad spectrum of learning problems. Visit Learning Disabilities.
Works to insure that appropriate community-based mental healthcare is available throughout Arkansas. Visit Counseling and Therapy.
Assists in recovering missing children across the country
and serves as a support team to the many families of missing children. A MNF Case Manager works with families and serves as a liaison to law
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and Missing Children.
NAMI-Arkansas is a private, nonprofit organization that helps people with mental illness, their families and the community. Support groups, programs, and activities are open to all family members. Visit Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders.
Innovative program focusing on the prevention of violence in our children’s schools by using the positive influence of fathers for a two-fold purpose: (1) to provide an unobtrusive security presence, and (2) to provide a positive and active role-model for children at the school. Visit Parenting Teens.
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Child Abuse Hotline
Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline
National Suicide Hotline
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479-441-9705 Fort Smith