AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
901 North University
Little Rock, AR 72207
Telephone: 501-603-5200 (little rock) or 800-227-2345
Fax: 501-603-5218 or 501-603-5223
Services: Educational brochures and information. Provides turbans and wigs to cancer patients. “Life After Loss” program meetings for those who have lost a loved one to cancer. “Dialogue” and “I Can Cope” programs for patients and families facing cancer. “Reach to Recovery” support group for women with breast cancer. “Candle lighters” support group for parents of children with cancer. All programs listed are offered at locations throughout the state. Any other questions please call. Many referrals and other information are available. Open 24 hours.
AMERICAN HEART/STROKE ASSOCIATION
P.O. Box 1610
909 West 2nd Street
Little Rock, AR 72203
Telephone: 501-375-9148 or 1-800-242-8721
Services: Provides educational brochures, public and professional education, school site programs.
1500 Museum Rd #104
Conway, AR 7202
Telephone: 501- 932-9010
Conway, AR 7202
Telephone: 501- 932-9010
Services: AR care offers medical care for the whole family, regardless of ability to pay. Patients include those with insurance, those without insurance, and those with not enough insurance. AR care also accepts private insurance, Medicaid and Medicare they will file claims on your behalf. Although it is not a free clinic, AR care is able to offer discounted rates so that all of the people in Arkansas can receive the medical and dental care that they need. AR care’s assistance programs can help you and your family with even more services, including transportation to medical appointments and Medicaid enrollment assistance.
ARcare SPECIAL SERVICES
1600 Dave Ward Drive
Conway, AR 72034
Telephone: 501- 499-6308
Conway, AR 72034
Telephone: 501- 499-6308
Services: ARcare offers counseling for AIDS patients and resources, regardless of ability to pay. Patients include those with insurance, those without insurance, and those with not enough insurance. ARcare also accept private insurance, Medicaid and Medicare they will file claims on your behalf.
700th Main Street
P.O. Box 1437 Slot #S341
Little Rock, AR 72203-1437
Arkansas Department of Human Services
Services: Medical insurance plan for children from income eligible families who do not qualify for Medicaid or have private insurance. Call for information about eligibility or contact local Department of Human Services for application.
ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
1000 E. Siebenmorgan Road
P.O. Box 310
Services: Food stamps, TEA, Children and Family Services, “DDS” Development Disabilities Services, AR Kids 1st and Medicaid. Protective Service Agency and supportive services for abused and neglected families and children. This program services Faulkner County. Families must meet income guidelines. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
ARKANSAS REGIONAL SERVICE COMMITTEE OF NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS (NA)
Call the Statewide or Area helplines for meeting information:
Arkansas Regional Referral Line 800-338-8750 http://www.arscna.org/
NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. We suggest that you keep an open mind and give yourself a break. Our program is a set of principles written so simply that we can follow them in our daily lives. The most important thing about them is that they work.
10 Corporate Hill Dr. #340
Little Rock, AR 72205
Telephone: 800-482-8858 or 501-664-7242
Services: Provides education, patient care, research, and information on arthritis or related disorders. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
Church of the Nazarene
CONWAY SAINT VINCENT INTERFAITH CLINIC
Dental: 830 North Creek Dr.
Medical: 1301 Museum Rd
Conway, AR 72032
Office Hours: Monday – Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Services: The primary target for the clinic is the working insured and uninsured. The clinic consists of both medical and dental services. Medical services are designed around a family practice model and dental services targeted toward children. There will also be a dispensary and support for the indigent pharmaceutical programs. The clinic will charge for its services using a sliding scale that will be sensitive to personal income. The child dental services will be charged to ARKids first insurance. To be eligible to become a patient at CIC, you must fill out the Financial Worksheet and be interviewed. Please provide us with the complete disclosure of your income and assets. The information is necessary to determine your eligibility at CIC. There are now emergency tooth extraction services and dental care for qualified adults. Fees are based on income and are on a sliding scale. To serve adults, house income must be less than 200% of the federal poverty level. Applicants who do not provide sufficient information will be considered ineligible.
CONWAY NOON LIONS CLUB
PO Box 367
Conway, Arkansas 72033
Sight Assistance- We serve the Conway and Mayflower areas with assistance in receiving eyeglasses. This service is available to both children and adults and is income-based
Conway Human Development Center
150 E Siebenmorgan Rd, Conway AR
Monday thru Friday 8AM-430PM; Medical, PT, Nursing, OT, and Speech therapy provided. Other services available. Call for details.
Administrator: Sarah Murphy
Conway Interfaith Clinic
830 North Creek Dr, Conway AR
Mon-Fri 7:30AM-5:00PM; Affordable Medical and Dental Clinic that takes medicaid and ARKids.
Conway Regional Home Care
2302 College Ave, Conway AR
800-245-3314 (24 Hour)
Monday thru Friday 8AM-430PM; Nursing, PT, OT, Rehab, nutritional services, pain management, and others services available. Call for up to date info.
DDS (Division of Developmental Disabilities) Children's Services
Cynthia Hoskison, RN, email Cynthia.Hoskison@dhs.arkansas.gov, phone 479-738-2161.
Services provided to those meeting the qualifications are care coordination/case management, assistance with completing CES (Community) Waiver apllications, family support/respite funds, bathroom modifications, vehicle conversions, home ramps, ceiling lift track systems for houses, assistance with referrals and obtaining other resources, help with completing various applications, purchase of specialized medical equipment, parent advisory council, and assistance paying for medical camps and various other medical supplies. Contact our office for more information on how to apply or what the qualifications are for various services.
Dept. of Health and Human Services
1000 E. Siebenmorgan Rd, Conway AR
Monday thru Fri 8AM-430PM; Helps people find affordable healthcare.
Detox.com is a network of addiction treatment centers that provide drug and alcohol detox, support, and comprehensive substance abuse treatment services to the individuals and families struggling with addiction. Arkansas residents that visit Detox can find information and answers to the questions they may have about addiction and recovery as well as a lifeline of support and access to local treatment programs
If you're seeking local solution we have offices in Fayettville, Fort Smith, & Little Rock.
Faulkner County Day School
324 S German Lane, Conway AR
Environment for people with developmental disabilities
Faulkner County Health Department Center of Local Public Health
811 North Creek
Monday thru Friday 8AM-430PM; Community services including: voter registration, food protection, general sanitation, rabies control; pregnancy testing, STD counseling, testing and treatment, immunizations, and maternity help.
Dr, Conway AR
Infant SEE is a public health program designed to ensure that eye and vision care becomes an integral part of infant wellness care to improve a child's quality of life. Under this program our member optometrists will provide a comprehensive infant eye assessment within the first year of life as a no cost public health service. Visit website for informatio about your infant's visual health and to find a local InfantSEE provider.
J&M Medical Transportation
870-448-5535 Contact Michelle Hartley 800-620-2083 Toll free contact Merlene Freeman
Provides transportation for scheduled medical appointments, pharmacy refills, returns home from emergency visits and trips to and from outpatient procedures both locally and statewide. Medicaid approved. Accept Medicaid, ARKids First, insurance and private payment LIFE
609 Locust St, Conway AR
800-395-4359 (24 Hour)
Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday 9AM-5PM; Tues Appointment Only 9AM-5PM; Free Pregnancy tests and pregnancy counseling community service support. www.lifechoicesinc.org
501-253-1673 Vickie Sprott
501-617-1308 Frank McIlroy
501-209-0890 Jimmie Allen
184 3rd Street, Clinton, AR 72031
Sober living recovery home for men with addiction, services provided thru Church of Christ.
St. Peters Episcopal Church
925 Mitchell St, Conway AR
Saturday 9:00AM-12:00PM; Helps with prescription Costs
Tea Coalition - THUGS (Teens Having United Goals)
501-745-7004 ext. 120
Brian Henderson, TEA Coalition Coordinator, email@example.com
Encourages youth to acheive their full potential, a youth leadership council playing a vital role in TEA's efforts by serving as role models in our schools and communities to raise awareness of the dangers and consequences of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.
First Presbyterian Church
2400 Prince St, Conway AR
Financial Support in form of vouchers for medication. Call for details.
Non-Emergency Medical Services
800-568-9987 (24 Hour)
Accepts Medicaid for transportation.
Accepts Medicaid for transportation to medical appointments and pharmacies only