Since 1981, BCD has served the disadvantaged of Little Rock’s 12th Street Corridor.
Its two hospitals, located in Little Rock and North Little Rock, anchor a broad spectrum of inpatient and outpatient healthcare services, ranging from disease prevention through primary care, to complex surgical procedures, to extended rehabilitative care.
The Centers provides age-appropriate comprehensive continuum of care for children ages three to 20.
Family Promise of Pulaski County opened its doors in 2005 as the Interfaith Hospitality Network of Little Rock, helping homeless families with children achieve independence and providing area congregations with local mission activities.
Family Service Agency of Arkansas provides behavioral health and counseling services to families in need including community outreach, domestic violence, marriage counseling and substance abuse.
The Gaines House is a non-profit transitional living residence for homeless women, 18 or older, who have been treated for a mental, physical, or emotional disability.
GYST House is dedicated to assisting men and women in a total change in life-style, not simply getting off drugs. Through provision of high quality and effective treatment services by qualified, experienced and dedicated staff we place a special emphasis on Getting Your Self Together.
Welcome to littlerock.org, designed specifically to serve the citizens of Little Rock. The Capital City of Little Rock employs over 2,500 individuals in fourteen (14) different City Departments, with the Little Rock Police Department, Parks and Recreation, Fleet Services and the Little Rock Zoo all receiving national accreditation.
Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA), as amended, provides financial assistance through the Arkansas Department of Education (State Educational Agencies – SEAs) to Little Rock School District (Local Educational Agencies – LEAs) and public schools.
The Little Rock School District supports two program designs that meet the needs of the majority of our students: Schoolwide Program or Targeted Assistance Program.
Lonoke County Safe Haven’s mission is to provide hope of healing and independence to victims of domestic violence.
The Housing Authority of the City of Little Rock (LRHA), Arkansas D/B/A Metropolitan Housing Alliance (MHA) was formed in 1941. It is the fourth oldest and largest housing authority in the state of Arkansas and has a long history of accomplishments and service to the Capital City Community.
North Little Rock is a great place to live, work, and play! Have fun exploring our website to learn more about our community. We’d love for you to be a part of it!
Our House empowers homeless and near-homeless families and individuals to succeed in the workforce, in school, and in life through hard work, wise decision-making, and active participation in the community.
Recovery Centers of Arkansas is a community-based provider of services for substance abuse and related disorders.
River City Ministry is a faith-based, nonprofit focused on “Opening Doors to God by Serving the Poor”.
The vision of The Salvation Army in Central Arkansas is to bring hope for all people through life changing guidance, assistance, and restoration in the name of Jesus Christ.
The mission of St. Francis House is to provide a means of addressing the diverse, critical needs of the underserved, which are not adequately addressed by others in the community.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is a metropolitan research university that provides accessibility to a quality education through flexible learning and unparalleled internship opportunities.
The One, Inc.’s mission is simply to locate and love our unsheltered homeless neighbors, wherever they may be. We use a a fleet of vans to distribute items to our friends in need.
The mission of Women & Children First is to empower women and their children to live independently and free from domestic violence by providing crisis intervention, safe shelter, social/legal advocacy and support services.
Lucie’s Place provides LGBTQ young adults experiencing homelessness in Central Arkansas with safe living environments, job training and counseling services in order to ensure lifelong stability and success, and works to promote equality and acceptance for LGBTQ young adults.
Pulaski County Community Services strengthens the community and improve lives through economic development assistance, safe and affordable housing, quality-of-life essentials and grant assistance for residents and business
Immerse Arkansas walks with youth and families toward hope, help, and healing.
PEOPLE TRUST’S primary PURPOSE is to promote community development by providing credit counseling services, financial support and literacy for communities that would otherwise not receive said OPPORTUNITIES. PEOPLE TRUST pledges to challenge what has become tradition in today’s fluctuating socio-economical system. The goal is to CREATE avenues for an elevated understanding of financial stability by stimulating and motivating an untapped region of the economy and the communities in which they dwell.