Little Rock, AR Assistance Programs

Assistance Programs In Little Rock, AR

Little Rock, AR Housing Assistance

Our housing assistance programs include HUD, housing assistance, Section 8, subsidized housing programs in Pulaski County.

Our House Shelter

302 E Roosevelt Rd
Little Rock, AR - 72206
(501) 374-7383
the shelter: the Shelter is a safe, dormitory-style home for 80 men, women and children. There are two dorms: one for men, and one for women and children. The campus also includes common areas, a dining room, a commercial kitchen, a playground and garden. Clients that first step onto the campus have a three weeks to find a full time job. After that, they are required to maintain a full time position during their stay at Our House. Throughout their time at Our House, they are encouraged to take full advantage of all Our House programs, using the Education, Workforce, Client Services, Case Management, and Childrens Programs to better their chances in sustainability once they leave the programs. In return, Our House residents have a responsibility to pay a small maintenance fee, save most of their earnings, and participate in daily chores. Residents can stay up to two years. They are encouraged to stay at least six months to get the full benefits of the programs. family housing Residents of the Our House Shelter can apply to be part of the Family House, an on-campus apartment style housing program. Family House members enjoy increased privacy, privileges and responsibilities. There are 13 units: each room is for one family, one married couple, or two or three adult roommates. A communal kitchen allows residents to cook their own meals for private family dinners; there is a common living room for relaxing and socializing. This is also where single fathers with children live. To be eligible for Family Housing, you must either be a current Our House resident or a homeless single father with children. Individuals and families apply by filling out the Our House Family Housing application. Acceptance is contingent on Family House availability as well as suitability for the program. Applicants need, potential to succeed, willingness to commit to the program, and past performance in Our House programs are all considered. If you are interested in applying, please print out this form and hand it in to your case manager. Re-entry Program Within the Career Center, there is a program specifically targeted to clients with past criminal history. The Reentry Program focuses on specific barriers unique to these clients situations. When you enroll, you will meet with a case manager to discuss your immediate needs and long-term goals. You and your case manager will work together to develop an action plan for success, with emphasis on employment, training, housing, and financial stability. In addition to accessing all that the Career Center offers, program participants receive one-on-one guidance in building a career plan and navigating potential obstacles to employment. This includes assistance in sealing past convictions and coaching on how to discuss a criminal history in job search scenarios. With the help of the Reentry Program, ex-offenders put their past behind them and look forward to a brighter future. Other services offered: Help obtaining IDs and other documents Anger management classes GED classes and tutoring Recovery and mental health support The Reentry Programs operates on the following schedule: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Monday Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Fridays client services In addition to the Workforce, Education, and Childrens Programs available to residents, there is an array of services for the men, women and children that call Our House home. We try to meet every need of the residents while they focus on achieving self-sufficiency. Most of these services are met by volunteers, partners, donors and interns set on giving residents every chance to succeed in their professional and family lives. These services include: Basic Needs Meal programs Clothing and supplies Haircuts Transportation Housing referrals and support Medical and Mental Health referrals Health and Wellness One-on-one case management Group therapy Support Groups AA meetings HIV testing and services Individual and family mental health therapy ..

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Little Rock, AR Food Assistance

Our list of food assistance programs includes: food pantries, soup kitchens, congregate meal programs in Pulaski County.

First Presbyterian Church

800 Scott Street
Little Rock, AR - 72201
(501)372-1804
Services : Stew Pot offers 150 homeless people, low income earners and transients with a hot meal every day of the week. The Stewpot also offers clients with clothing and clinical care. ..

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Helping Hand of Greater Little Rock

1601 Marshal Street
Little Rock, AR - 72206
(501)372-4388
Open Monday - Thursday, 9:00 am 1:00 pm. Available inexpensive thrift store clothing, also a food pantry...

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Dorcas House - A Division of Union Rescue Mission

823 South Park Street
Little Rock, AR - 72202
(501)374-4022
Provide emergency services like food, shelter, clothing and crisis intervention to more than 400 women and children annually. Offer a nine month Domestic Violence Recovery Program led by licensed Christian therapists for women and children in domestic abuse situations, male children allowed up through 17 years of age. 50 beds available for women and children. Recovery Program: 9 month recovery program for women with substance or alcohol addiction. Children are NOT permitted to remain with women in the Recovery Program. Wheelchair accessible...

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Little Rock, AR Clothing Assistance

See our list of free clothing assistance programs below.

Saint John Baptist Church Clothes Closet

2501 South Main Street
Little Rock, AR - 72206
(501)975-2014
Clothing Closet Operational Hours: Tuesday - Thursday 11:00 a.m. - 4:00  p.m. 1st Saturday in the month 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Requirements Needed: Photo ID required. ..

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Saint Francis House

2701 South Elm Street
Little Rock, AR - 72204
(501) 664-5036
Open Monday Friday, 9:00 11:00am & 1:00 3:00pm. Must provide photo ID, Social Security card, and proof of income. Free clothing. Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm. Friday, 8:30 - 12:00 pm...

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Watershed

3701 Springer Blvd.
Little Rock, AR - 72206
(501)378-0176
Open Monday - Friday, 8:00 5:00pm. Free clothing for infants to adults, household items when available, ID required...

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Little Rock, AR Health Care Assistance Programs and Clinics

Our list of clinics and healthcare assistance programs includes free and income based clincs: dental and medical, health care assistant payment programs, etc.

Shepards Hope Neighborhood Health Center

2404 S Tyler St
Little Rock, AR - 72204
(501)614-9523
Dental appointments are reserved for patients with acute dental needs - patients experiencing moderate to severe pain or infections, and patients needing extractions. Hours of operation: Between 5:30 PM and 8:30 PM on Tuesday By appointment only ..

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Harmony Health

201 East Roosevelt Road
Little Rock, AR - 72206
(501)375-4400
Services: Harmony Health Clinic aims to understand and provide the health and wellness needs of the medically uninsured and under-served who live in Central  Arkansas, by offering access to quality medical care at no cost to these patients. Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm ..

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Arkansas Donated Dental Services

PO Box 56248
Little Rock, AR - 72215
(501)221-0280
The Donated Dental Services (DDS) program provides free, comprehensive dental treatment to our countrys most vulnerable people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile. DDS serves those Arkansas who are disabled, elderly or medically compromised who cannot afford needed dental treatment and have no other way of receiving help. These patients must need extensive treatment, not just cleaning and checkup...

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Saint Vincent Health Clinic East

2500 East 6th Street
Little Rock, AR - 72202
(501)552-4710
Health and dental care to low and moderate income patients for more than 40 years. A partnership between the city of Little Rock and CHI St. Vincent, the clinic offers a sliding-fee scale where services are based on an individual's ability to pay. Call for appointments for fillings and cleaning. Proof of income required. Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. Friday, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm...

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Little Rock, AR Homeless Shelters and Homeless Assistance

Our list of homeless programs include emergency homeless shelters, day shelters, homeless resources for men, women, and families. Free public showers, etc

Freewill Baptist Family Ministries

3600 West 11th Street
Little Rock, AR - 72204
(501)663-3129
They provide emergency shelter for DHS involved children ages 6 to 17, open 24 hours. They serve males & females, serves sibling groups, must have IQ above 70 and be able to attend school, open 24 hours. ..

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VA Drop-In Day Treatment Center

1101 West 2nd Street
Little Rock, AR - 72201
(501)257-4499
The comprehensive homeless center for veterans only. They offer laundry and shower services, transportation services, breakfasts and lunches, case management, and a wide range of special programs. Only for veterans. ..

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The Center Youth Emergency Shelter

6425 West 12th Street
Little Rock, AR - 72204
(501)666-8686
Services: A shelter for homeless and runaway youth, aged 8 to 18, accessible by wheelchair, and children can stay up to 45 days. ..

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Salvation Army

1111 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR - 72203
(501)374-9296
Vouchers are available for the homeless, Thrift store at 65th and Geyer Springs Road, Little Rock, Monday thru Saturday, 10:00 5:00pm...

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ABBA House

1012 South Oak
Little Rock, AR - 72204
(501)666-9718
Provides shelter for homeless and/or pregnant women, Nonpregnant women can stay up to 3-months, pregnant women can stay up to 2-4 weeks after the child is born, no drug problems or mental illness, Administered by Missionaries of Charity...

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Hoover Treatment Center

4000 West 13th Street
Little Rock, AR - 72204
(501)663-9621
Shelter for post-treatment drug addicted clients, outpatient treatment available...

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Little Rock Compassion Center (Men’s)

3618 West Roosevelt Road
Little Rock, AR - 72204
(501)296-9114
Mens homeless shelter must have ID and be over 18. Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 - 12:00 pm...

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Little Rock Compassion Center (Women’s)

4210 Asher Avenue
Little Rock, AR - 72204
(501)663-2972
Mens homeless shelter must have ID and be over 18. Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 - 12:00 pm...

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Salvation Army

1111 West Markham
Little Rock, AR - 72201
(501)374-8636
Emergency shelter for men, women, and families, opens at 4:30pm. Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm...

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Little Rock, AR Alcohol and Drug Rehab Assistances

Pulaski County, AR Alcohol and Drug Rehab

Local Rehab Assistance: 866-481-4384
Specialists trained to find the best treatment solutions at little to no cost. Call for location and rates for rehab.

Little Rock, AR Various Assistance Programs

Below we list the helpful resource programs we have found in Pulaski County.

Goodwill Industries Main Office

1110 West 7th Street
Little Rock, AR - 72201
(501)372-5100
Free GED classes and professional advice. Help with finding a job. Vocational rehabilitation for people with developmental delays and physically handicapped people. Professional training. EX-Offender Programme (TEO) Transition Employment Opportunity. Certified Microsoft test center. Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ..

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Little Rock Community Mental Health Center

4440 Shuffield Drive
Little Rock, AR - 72205
(501)686-9300
Mental health counseling, there is a sliding scale fee, financial interview and triage will be done over the phone, Monday thru Friday, 8:00 5:00pm...

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Professional Counseling Associates, Little Rock

9110 Geyer Springs Rd.
Little Rock, AR - 72209
(501)568-4294
Our goal and mission is to offer pathways to wholeness, healing and hope through caring and effective mental health services. Services: Mental health counseling, there is a sliding scale fee, financial interview and triage will be done over the phone. Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm...

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Job Corps

6900 Scott Hamilton
Little Rock, AR - 72201
(501)618-2500
Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job. For eligible youth at least 16 years of age, Job Corps provides the all-around skills needed to succeed in a career and in life. Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm...

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Lewis-Burnett Employment Finders Inc.

7123 I-30
Little Rock, AR - 72209
(501)565-3410
Free GED preparation program, service, primarily focused on finding employment for released felons...

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University of Arkansas

2801 South University Avenue
Little Rock, AR - 72204
(501)569-3127
The University of Arkansas offers FREE tuition of Arkansas residents over the age of 60. Older residents may receive a waiver of all tuition and general student fees on a space-available basis...

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Pulaski County Central Health Unit

3915 West 8th Street
Little Rock, AR - 72204
(501)280-3100
Open Monday thru Friday, 8:00 4:30pm, walk-ins welcome, proof of income and ID required. Free or low cost health screenings, birth control, STD, HIV / AIDS testing and referrals. No physicals...

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East Little Rock Senior Center

2500 East 6th Street
Little Rock, AR - 72202
(501)375-9132
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Government and Local Assistance Programs

Housing Assistance

There are many non-profit and government based organizations dedicated to providing low income housing and support. We find them for you.

Food Pantry Assistance

Food pantries, soup kitchens, food baskets. We find these local resources and list them.

Free clothing assistance

Thousands of churches and religious organizations offer low-cost or free drug and alcohol treatment as part of their missions.

Financial Assistance

There are many financial assistance programs such as TANF Cash Assistance and other bill pay resources. We help uncover those for you.