Community Partners

Meet Our Community Partners!

Providing holistic care for clients is vital to their full recovery and rehabilitation. We believe that community is better than competition, that working together is more beneficial than working alone, and that we can serve our clients more effectively if we build strategic partnerships in the community with organizations whose work we believe in. Our clients deserve the best care possible, and if there is a service, learning tool, or specific need for support we cannot provide in house, our community partners fill in those gaps.

American Indian Center of Arkansas

Works to to improve the quality of life for Native American / Alaska Natives living in Arkansas.

Arkansas Crisis Center

Provides hope through helpline services to teens in crisis in Northwest Arkansas, especially teens contemplating suicide.

Beautiful Lives Boutique

Exists to serve and transform communities by uniting, mobilizing, resourcing, and empowering women through affordable fashion.

Burrell Behavioral Health

Form meaningful connections and inspire hope in our community through individualized and accessible care, quality practices, and collaborative partnerships.

Catholic Charities Immigration Services

Provides service to people in need, to advocate for justice in social structures, and to call the entire church to do the same.

Children’s Advocacy Center of Benton County

Empowers children to find their voice and fights to eliminate child abuse.

Havenwood helps single mothers and their children move from crisis to self-sufficiency.

Focuses on the issue of human trafficking by providing healing and opportunity for victims as well as preventative education.

Marshallese Education Initiative

Serves the Marshallese community in NWA through educational programming and through cultural, intellectual, and historical awareness.

NWA Center for Sexual Assault

Provides a safe haven of healing and hope to adult survivors of sexual violence or harassment, and their loved ones through education and awareness.

Empowers adults with disabilities by providing employment education, life skills training, and meaningful work.

Peace at Home Family Shelter

Provides shelter, services, and support to women, men, and children fleeing domestic violence in Northwest Arkansas.

Seeks to provide services, resources, one-on-one support and empowerment tools to those who have been effected by domestic violence or sexual assault in Carroll County, Arkansas.

Strives to break the cycle of abuse and restore hope to each woman and child and to restore the lives of women and women with children in crisis.

Transgender Equality Network

Improves education and resources for the transgender population of Northwest Arkansas.