Phase 2 complete!

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Builders of Hope: A Gift of Hope

With your monthly gift in any amount ($10, $25, $50, +), you are providing hope for a new beginning.

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Make a Donation

More than 136,000 people in Northwest Arkansas are affected by violence. One of those 136,000 people is surely your family, neighbor, or friend who needs help to escape violence today. Building a peaceful community takes a community effort—and we need you!

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Get Help

The Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter website offers resources in three different categories:

-Current victims, potential clients, friends/family looking for information for someone they suspect or know is in an abusive relationship

-For research/data about domestic abuse and sexual assault statistics

-General public resources; resources for previous clients


The Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter relies on volunteers to help with day to day operations as well as special projects.  Please contact Sheri Hammond, our Volunteer Coordinator, at or 479.246.0353 x 250 for more information on how to get involved.

Part Time Primary Advocate

Part Time Primary Advocate… Hours for the position are 3pm to 11pm Thursday thru Saturday, plus on call duties. Required qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, human services, or related field. Experience in social services and/or family violence mandatory....
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Substitute Women’s Advocate

Substitute Women’s Advocate… Hours and days for this position will vary, as advocate fills-in for advocates who are out on leave. Requirements: undergraduate degree preferred, high school diploma or GED mandatory.  Experience in social services and/or family violence...
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Part Time Overnight Staff

Part Time Overnight Staff… Hours for the position are 10pm Friday to 8am Saturday and 8pm Saturday to 8am Sunday plus on call duties. Required qualifications: Two years of college and actively working towards a four year degree in social work, human services, or...
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Where Has All the Money Gone?

On May 19, 2016 we announced that if we did not raise $150,000 in the following six weeks, we would close our doors. Graciously, our community stepped up and donated the funds necessary to keep our doors open. Individuals, companies, and organizations made meeting our...
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The Survivor Next Door

(Photo Credit: A number of years ago, Thomas Stanley published a best-selling book titled The Millionaire Next Door.  In it, he describes the characteristics of individuals who achieve great wealth while attracting little attention to...
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You Did It!

We asked you, our NWA community, for help in May as we were faced with closing our doors in July. YOU rallied behind us individually and as part of a grassroots movement to help us on our path to financial security. Today, June 30, we MET AND EXCEEDED our funding goal...
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Reaching Our Potential with Your Help

The Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter (NWAWS) is facing a serious and potentially devastating financial crisis. Over the last 14 months, a completely new leadership team has looked into all facets of the organization’s operations. During this same time, new members...
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State of the Agency Recap

Thank you to everyone who joined us at the NWA Women’s Shelter State of the Agency forum last night! Members of the NWAWS Board of Directors and staff were humbled by the response from our community and look forward to being more engaged with everyone as we take...
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NWA Women’s Shelter State of the Agency Address

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Celebrating Our Volunteers: Volunteer Appreciation Month

Written by John McGee April is National Volunteer Awareness Month. Frequently we forget to recognize our volunteers, and all too frequently we forget to recognize those volunteers who helped build an organization. Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter, originally...
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Computer use can be monitored and is impossible to completely clear. If you are afraid your internet and/or computer usage might be monitored, please use a safer computer, and/or call the Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter at 479.246.9999 or 1.800.775.9011

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