Arkansas Preschool Plus: (501) 472-6395
Arkansas Preschool Plus is an innovative organization that strengthens preschool education by supporting private preschool owners, early childhood staff and parents of children ages birth up to age 5.Arkansas Preschool Plus provides research-proven strategies and resources to private preschools, allowing them to have all the support they need to prepare their children to be kindergarten ready. This is critical because 85 percent of brain development occurs by age 5, so a child’s opportunities in those early years set the stage for all future learning and success. By supporting preschools to be their best, Arkansas Preschool Plus is also strengthening our schools, our communities and our state.
Contact: Michelle Ford
Address: 105 Center St. Conway, AR 72032
Phone Number: 501-472-6395
Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Faulkner County: (501) 420-4638
SPSF of Faulkner Co. provides encouragement and financial support to vulnerable single parents who, while raising a family and often working one or two jobs, are also going to school to provide a better life for themselves and their family. Our mission is to enable single parents to become self-sufficient through post-secondary education. Our financial awards are unrestricted and are often used to offset everyday expenses that may prevent a student from completing their education, such as childcare, gas money, books, utility bills and rent.
Contact: Daphne Scott
Phone Number: 501-420-4638
Address: PO Box 1212, Conway, AR 72033
Bethlehem House: (501) 329-4862
The mission of Bethlehem House is to encourage, equip and motivate homeless, and nearly homeless, individuals and families to change their life situations. With our motto of 'providing a hand up, not a hand out', we are in the business of helping people help themselves. We provide shelter, transportation, food, clothing and most importantly - individual case management to individuals and families experiencing homelessness. Our ultimate goal is to help people get back on their feet, support themselves, and maintain a home.
Contact: Judy Lively
Phone Number: 501-329-4862
Address: 115 Parkway, Conway, AR 72032
Blackbird Academy: (501) 336-8200
Our goal is to provide a solid foundation of quality arts education to anyone with a true desire to cultivate their artistic abilities. But beyond simply providing instruction, we also give these students opportunities to share their gifts with the community through performances, art shows, readings, and more.
Contact: Jennie Strange
Phone Number: 501-336-8200
Address: 1058 Front St Suite 102, Conway, AR 72032
Boys & Girls Club of Faulkner County: (501) 329-8849
This agency enables young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens. Our Boys & Girls Club provides a safe place to learn and grow ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals, life-enhancing programs and character development experiences, and hope and opportunity. The agency focuses on 5 core values: education, arts and crafts, game room, gym activities, and leadership development.
Contact: Clint Brock
Phone Number: 501-329-8849
Address: 1405 Robins, Conway, AR 72032
Child Care Aware: (870) 793-5233
Child Care Aware of North Central Arkansas is a network of services dedicated to enhancing the quality and availability of childcare; advocating for children; and providing information, education, guidance, and support to parents, providers, employers, and communities.
Contact: Carol Crockett
Phone Number: 501-327-6677
Address: 2215 East Oak St, Conway , AR 72032
Children's Advocacy Alliance: (501) 328-3347
The Children’s Advocacy Alliance is an independent nonprofit serving Faulkner, Van Buren, Searcy, Pope and Conway counties. Originally founded in 2000 as CASA of the 20th Judicial District, the Children’s Advocacy Alliance oversees both the Central Arkansas Children’s Advocacy Center and the CASA 20th Judicial District program. The two programs work side by side to provide coordinated guidance, treatment and support for child victims of abuse and neglect, from the initial investigation of abuse to their placement in a safe, permanent home. The Children’s Advocacy Alliance is a place for hope and a voice for justice.
Contact: Tess Fletcher
Phone Number: 501-328-3347
Address: 707 Parkway St, Conway, AR 72032
Center for Exceptional Children: (501) 889-1295
We serve the children of Perry County. We are a Developmental Day Treatment Clinic Service (DDTCS) facility that works with children ranging from six weeks to five years of age. We offer a wide variety of services including: Developmental, Speech, Occupational, and Physical therapies, as well as providing nutrition and transportation. We strive to provide our clients and their families with tools tailored to meet their individual needs.
Contact: Randy Ohlde
Address: 1004 B St, Perryville, AR 72126
CAPCA: (501) 329-0977
This agency offers an Early Childhood Program from 3-5 years of age and a Housing /Weatherization program. CAPCA receives funding from United Way to operate a Food Pantry, also emergency assistance such as hotel stay, and first months or past due rental or mortgage assistance. We also receive state funds to operate the Home Energy Assistance Program that we are currently operating now.
Contact: Jennifer Welter
Phone Number: 501-329-0977
Address: 707 Robins St Suite 118, Conway, AR 72032
Community Connections: (501) 329-5459
This agency is in place to provide free, quality extra-curricular activities for children with special needs and support for their families. Our programs include football, soccer, theatre, dance, cheerleading, music, art, golf, and autism services. We believe all children deserve the opportunity to participate in activities like sports and the arts. We adapt our programs to meet the physical or mental needs of the children we serve.
Contact: Courtney Leach
Phone Number: 501-733-1627
Address: 2740 College Ave. Conway, AR 72-34
Community Service Inc: (501) 327-9788
Our service professionals are committed to helping youth in need through prevention and education, therapeutic foster care, day treatment, substance abuse services, mental health services and juvenile justice. We are a nonprofit organization serving at-risk youth. The mission is to be a leader in providing quality services to youth and their families that will empower them to attain success in their homes, schools, and vocations.
Contact: Jamie Higgins
Phone Number: 501-354-4589
Address: 818 N Creek Dr, Conway, AR 72034
Conway Cradle Care: (501) 730-0017
This agency helps teens that become pregnant or have a child complete their education by supporting their academic and emotional needs as well as the developmental needs of their children. Conway Cradle Care is a non-profit childcare and outreach program to keep pregnant and parenting teens in school. Services are available to students enrolled in schools in Faulkner and Perry Counties. Services provided include childcare facility for infants and toddlers ages 6 weeks to 3 years old, one on one mentoring services, parent/life skill classes and parent luncheons.
Contact: Kelsey Powell
Phone Number: 501-730-0017
Address: 2400 Prince St, Conway, AR 72034
Faulkner County Council on Aging: (501) 327-2895
The Faulkner County Council on Aging strives to identify and meet the social, nutrition and transportation needs of Senior Adults in Faulkner County. Services we provide are Transportation, Congregate Meals, Meals on Wheels and Health and Wellness Activities. Our goal is to help Seniors remain active, independent and to enhance their quality of life.
Contact: Debra Robinson
Phone Number: 501-327-2895
Address: 705 E. Siebenmorgan, Conway, AR 72032
Faulkner County Juvenile Court: (501) 328-5922
The program utilizes restorative justice, which is an alternative model to the traditional criminal justice system and revolves around concepts of peace and reconciliation.
Contact: Faye Shepherd
Phone Number: 501-328-5922
Address: 510 South German, Conway, AR 72032
HAVEN House: (501) 327-1701
HAVEN is a shelter that provides a safe home and all essential services to female children in foster care. HAVEN is a program of Counseling Associates, Inc. and has operated in Conway since 1986. Children are accepted from the entire state of Arkansas and house approximately 60 children per year.
Contact: Marti Jones
Phone Number: 501-327-1701
Address: 1701 Donaghey, Conway, AR 72034
Hope and Compassion Ministries Inc. (501) 514-1625
Their mission is to get people healed and set free. They give hope to the hopeless. They show people that they can be free from their addictions and not have to struggle with the addiction for the rest of their lives.
Contact: Greg Hogan
Phone Number: 501-514-1625
Address: 1105 Deer St, Ste. 14 Conway, AR 72034
Milestones Services Inc: (501) 329-8102
Our mission is to enable individuals with developmental delays or developmental disabilities to achieve their maximum potential. Children who have delays are evaluated, and individualized plans are developed to help them gain skills. In addition to teachers certified in Early Childhood Special Education, we have occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech therapists and a nurse on staff to help these children overcome their challenges. We also provide services to adults with developmental disabilities. Training in daily living skills, such as money management, cooking, cleaning, etc. is also provided to enable these adults to live as independently as is possible
Contact: Teresa Little
Phone Number: 501-329-2164
Address: 1700 South Blvd, Conway, 72032
Perry County Senior Adult Center: (501) 354-8044
The goal of the Perry County Senior Center to be able to feed seniors 60+ who are in need without putting them on a waiting list, further enabling them to live happy, helathy independent lives at home for as long as possible.
Contact: Brenda Leach
Phone Number: 501-354-8044
Address: 107 N Magnolia St, Perryvile, AR 72126
United Way of Central Arkansas: (501) 327-5087
To improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities.
Women's Shelter of Central Arkansas: (501) 329-7405
Providing a promise of hope and a haven of safety to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Faulkner county Arkansas and surrounding areas. Our programs include: emergency shelter for domestic violence victims, transportation, support groups, advocacy and information and a 24 hour crisis hotline.
Contact: Carrie Curtis
Phone Number: 501-329-7405
Address: 1500 Museum Rd Suite 110, Conway, AR 72032