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61. HIV/AIDS Resources In Arkansas
services Prevention and education programs -Semi-annual Services (501-686-6330)-arkansas Cancer Research Center (501-686-8300) -family Practice Clinic (501
Home Welcome Treatment Guidelines Case Consultation ... Contact us
HIV/AIDS resources in Arkansas
To request that your agency be added to this resource list, please email us COLLEGE STATION
Jefferson Comprehensive Care System, Inc.

College Station Center:
4206 Frazier Pike
College Station, AR 72053
Central Office:
1101 Tennessee St.
Pine Bluff, AR 71613-1285
-medical services
-gynecological services -dental services -nutritional services -health promotion -social services -transportation -referrals to specialty care LITTLE ROCK AIDS Service Society of Arkansas (ASSA) 518 E. 9th Street Little Rock, AR 72202 Fax: 501-376-6544 Email: Website: -Disability and advocacy services statewide -Free preparation and guidance with government assistance applications statewide -Direct financial assistance for people with HIV/AIDS Arkansas AIDS Foundation P.O. Box 1208

62. Community: Community Programs: Philander Smith College
of a joint effort to create similar programs in various arkansas counties, includingthe The family Life Center's lifechanging philosophy has played an
Community Programs
The Black College Fund
Black Family Studies Initiative on Consciousness
Community Links

National Youth Sports Project (NYSP)
... Upward Bound
The Black College Fund The Black College Fund Enables Students to Receive Quality Education
In response to a request from the Commission on the Black Colleges and the Council of Presidents of the Black Colleges, the 1972 General Conference of the United Methodist Church established the "Black College Fund" as one of the apportioned general church funds. The objective of the fund is to marshal financial support for institutions of higher education which are related to the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of The United Methodist Church and which have historically served primarily the educational needs of black students. These institutions recognize, recruit, and graduate students of promise, both students who require special nurture and training and those with nationally competitive academic profiles. These institutions serve as intellectual and spiritual founts preserving and expanding upon the rich history, traditions, and culture of a people and a nation. Today, it is critical for The United Methodist Church to renew its commitment to provide, through the Black College Fund, major support to these schools because of the unique role they play in U.S. education. The societal inequities of race and class prevalent within U.S. culture still require educational institutions committed to academic excellence as they serve as intellectual, spiritual and cultural reservoirs of African-American history and tradition.

63. LRAFB YCP Plan
personal growth with prevention programs correlated with family Support CenterChapel/Youth ministries; Security Boys Girls Clubs; arkansas/Pulaski County
VI. Documentation of Need:
Goal 1: Youth Collaboration Project combines Federal resources.
Coordinated, community-based efforts will be needed to support families as the nation's defense budget and ranks of military personnel continue to decline (Military Family Resource Center, November, 1998). The Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES) networks with public and private organizations to deliver educational programs that focus on critical needs and issues
Goal 2: Increase protective factors including effective conflict resolution, decision-making, and life skills for youth.
Programs that provide continuous intense interaction with competent, caring adults and peers are more effective than programs designed solely for crisis situations. Examples of preventive programs include efforts to address the educational, health, social, and emotional needs of both parents and children. (NNFR Publication: Effective Family Programs,

64. Adult Education
in areas of growth and development, family relationships, and policies were revisedbased on arkansas Acts 572 16 and 17 to enroll in adult education programs.
QTI Home Academics Admissions Financial Aid ... About Us Adult Education The Adult Education Department at Quapaw Technical Institute provides the opportunity for adults to improve their basic academic skills in a self-paced learning environment. Assistance is provided for adults who want to earn their GED (Arkansas High School Diploma). Instruction is also provided for those preparing to enroll in technical or college classes. Programs are designed for those interested in improving their skills for entry into the job market, improving parenting skills, or developing English as a second language. Classes are open to anyone 18 years of age or older. Day and evening classes are offered, and students may enroll at any time during the school year. There is no charge for adult education classes or GED testing. Quapaw Technical Institute Is Quality Technical Instruction Adult Education Programs Enrollment for 16 and 17 year old Students Persons sixteen and seventeen years old may enroll according to the provisions specified in the approved Adult Education Attendance and Enrollment Policies as a result of Acts 30 and 31 of 1994. These policies were revised based on Arkansas Acts 572 and 837 of 1995 and 1659 of 2001.

65. East Arkansas, Arkansas: MSDI Community Partners: Mid South Delta Initiative
communities through land retention, family farm development to form the East ArkansasYouth Consortium and enhance youth service delivery programs and activities Arkansas&state=AR

66. NACAC State Profiles
Division of Children and family Services central office staff IVE-eligible childrenis 73.02% in arkansas. Below are other programs that may delineate arkansas
Fact Sheets Definitions State Profiles Arkansas State Subsidy Profile Updated July 2001 State Subsidy Contact Person Rochell Parker
Division of Children and Family Services (DCFS)
626 Donaghey Plaza South
P.O. Box 1437, Slot 808
Little Rock, AR 72203
Phone: 501-682-8462; Fax: 501-682-8094
E-mail: NACAC Subsidy Representatives (parent/volunteer) Lori and Willie Johnson
Adopt America Network
1314 N. Boston Avenue
Russellville, AR 72801
Home: 501-967-9337 Fax: 501-967-2973 E-mail: . If you have state-specific questions, please call your state subsidy contact person or the NACAC subsidy representative (both listed above) for more information. The child shall be: (a) a healthy, Caucasian child who is nine years of age or older; (b) a healthy child of color who is two years of age or older; (c) a child who is a member of a sibling group of two or more children being placed together; (d) a child who has a serious physical, mental, or emotional condition or is at high risk for such.

67. Abstracts
University of arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, arkansas. RAND OutcomesMeasurement programs. The MerrillPalmer Institute for family and Human
Abstracts are arranged by order of presentation Outcomes Measurement: Program Outcomes - Conceptual and Measurement Issues VIEW ABSTRACT Dr. Rossi presents a reconceptualization of outcomes measurement in the current context of evaluation research, managed care and cost-containment. Peter Rossi, Ph.D., Stuart A. Rice Professor Emeritus, Director Emeritus, Social and Demographic Research Institute, University of Massachusetts at Amherst Outcomes Measurement: Health Care Outcomes from the Patient Point of View VIEW ABSTRACT Dr. Ware presents outcomes measurement in the context of managed care with specific reference to functional assessment in health and behavioral health. John E. Ware, Jr., Ph.D., The Health Institute, New England Medical Center Outcomes Measurement and Social Services: The Governmental Perspective VIEW ABSTRACT Mr. Hatry discusses current and projected outcomes measurement of social services at the federal, state and local government levels. Harry Hatry, Director of State and Local Government Programs, The Urban Institute

68. Pulaski Technical College
Information on our commitment to quality programs and services a part of the PulaskiTechnical College family. Important links to the central arkansas community

President's Welcome
General Information Academic Calendar Programs of Study ... Home 3000 West Scenic Drive North Little Rock, AR 72118

69. Outdoor Resources Online : Biking : General Resources
stop resource for information about cycling in arkansas. We offer freeride programsfor kids and youth A FREE family Adventure Travel planning Resources

70. John Brown University - FAQs
In addition to your degree, in arkansas you must have taught at from either the CommunityCounseling or Marriage and family Therapy programs, you will
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FAQs :: Graduate Studies JBU Home
Apply Online
Current Grad Students ... Graduate Home
FAQs Is it possible to balance a career, family and graduate level studies?
What tests are required for admissions to the Graduate Programs?
Each department in the Graduate Studies division requires the applicants to take one of the graduate entry exams. Below are listed the different divisions and the test that is required:
  • Department of Counseling
    Department of Business
    (No minimum score required)
    MAT or
    GMAT Department of Ministry
What are the GRE, MAT, and GMAT?
  • The GRE is an exam consisting of verbal, math, and analytical ability questions in a multiple-choice format. Testing is done in Fort Smith (800/ GRE-CALL) and the University of Arkansas (479/575-2743). For more information go to: The MAT covers one hundred analogies in the areas of literature, philosophy, history, science, mathematics and the fine arts. It involves the ability to reason out relationships. Testing is done at the University of Arkansas (479/575-3948). For more information go to:

71. DIVORCE & FAMILY LAW: LawResearch
Court Cases; Alaska Supreme Court Index family Law; of Child Support Enforcement;arkansas Coalition for to special child support publications and programs.

72. FRL Info
Service Policy The family Resource Library is committed to support their patienteducation programs, to provide for other libraries in arkansas attempting to
Arkansas Children' Hospital
Family Resource Library

Service Information Sturgis Building, First floor, Room 126.
800 Marshall Street, Little Rock, AR 72202
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00a.m.-4:30p.m.
Phone: (501)320-2665, Fax: (501)320-3479
Service Policy For General Public For Health Care Professionals For Librarians ... Back to Main Service Policy:
The Family Resource Library is committed to helping children and their families better understand their health conditions through access to library materials, to help health care professionals support their patient education programs, to provide information to the general public that promotes children's health through prevention, and to be a resource for other libraries in Arkansas attempting to meet the health and medical information needs of children and their families. We recognize that with knowledge comes the ability to understand and manage illness, and with understanding comes a sense of support. All are critical elements of Arkansas Children's Hospital's philosophy of family centered care. For General Public:
Anyone is welcome to visit the Family Resource Library. The librarian will assist you with your research on disease related topics. But you are encouraged to ask your health care professionals to interpret any information found. Pamphlet is free, books can be checked out to people with appropriate identification. Videos can only be viewed in the Family Resource Library Viewing room. Check out our

73. Nurse Recruitment
and implement orientation and ongoing training programs for our focusing on home careteaching and family involvement. As a PICU nurse at arkansas ChildrenÂ’s
Attention Pediatric Nurse Educators Emergency Department Assistant Director - Supervisory position available for RN (BSN preferred) in the Emergency Department. Strong organizational, coordinating and communication skills necessary. Monday-Friday, flexible hours. Neuroscience/Progressive Rehabilitation Assistant Director - Full-time position available for RN, BSN preferred. Minimum 2 years clinical experience in Neuroscience and Physical Rehabilitation. Monday-Friday, flexible hours. Infant/Toddler Unit - The Infant/Toddler Unit provides comprehensive care to patients from birth to two years of age. This is a fast-paced unit focusing on home care teaching and family involvement. Specialties include failure-to-thrive, congenital anomalies, long-term ventilator patients, and GI and respiratory disorders.

74. General Information Form
State Alabama family Information. Would you like someone to contact you aboutROI's vocational programs? Yes, No.
Home Customer Information ROI History ROI Programs ... Web Resources GENERAL INFORMATION FORM With this form you may request factsheets and newsletters or information about our programs and upcoming events. A ROI representative can contact you if you inquire about our full-service specialty and piece-work services. Please fill in all required fields ( ) so that we can quickly provide you with the information you requested. If your browser doesn't support forms, please email general information with your request. Thank you. Name: Address: Address 2: City: State: Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Zip Code: Phone/Fax: Email: indicates Required fields Family Information Would you like someone to contact you about ROI's vocational programs?

75. Calendar Of Events
DOLLAR family FRIDAYS Bring the family April 4th FREE with general admission! Guestswill include Heifer International, arkansas Wildlife on Wheels, Kathy
Calendar of Events COME PLAY WITH US! Historic Union Train Station
1400 W. Markham Suite 200
Friday Nights 5 to 9pm $3 for seniors (55+)
Sunday 1pm to 5pm Children under 2FREE!
MARCH "LITTLE LISTENERS with FAYE HANSON" "DOLLAR FAMILY FRIDAYS" "MINI-WORKSHOPS" "FAIRYTALE THEATRE WITH JAN WOLFE & WOLFE-AT-THE-DOOR PUPPETS" Saturday, March 15th from 10:30 to Noon. FREE with general admission. "SPRING BREAK CAMP-MORE GREAT ART FOR KIDS" March 24th to 28th from 8:30am to 5pm. Call 374-6655 X 102 for more information or to register your child today! APRIL "LITTLE LISTENERS with FAYE HANSON" " DOLLAR FAMILY FRIDAYS" Bring the family April 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th from 5 to 9pm for only $1 per person! SPECIAL ATTRACTION: April 11thFulton the Magician and Marty Boone the Balloon Man!

76. Policy Research Brief:Family Support For Families Of Persons With Developmental
provided some funding for cash subsidy programs in 1998. Subsidy per family, RankSubsidy per family, Subsidy Spending arkansas, $737,151, 680, $1,084, 18, $0.29, 12.

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Family Support for Families of Persons with Developmental Disabilities in the U.S.: Status and Trends
This Policy Research Brief was authored by Susan L. Parish, Associate Project Director; Amy Pomeranz, Resource and Policy Analyst; Richard Hemp, Associate Project Director; Mary C. Rizzolo, Graduate Research Assistant; and David Braddock, Head, all with the Department of Disability and Human Development, University of Illinois at Chicago. It summarizes the trends in family support services for families of persons with developmental disabilities in the U.S. based on longitudinal study conducted by the authors. For additional information the authors may be contacted at 312/413-1431 or

Family support consists of services provided to families with a member who has a developmental disability. Services can include home modifications, in-home and out-of-home respite, sibling programs, family counseling, parent support groups, after-school programs, education programs, behavioral training, and essentially any service funded to assist families to continue to care for their child or adult child with developmental disabilities in the family home. Cash subsidy is a particular form of family support where families directly receive cash or vouchers that enable them to purchase the services or supports they need.

77. Results: Welfare
A recent edition of the arkansas United Methodist Reporter Advocacy Children Christian love Communities family GBGM programs Health Hunger

78. DINA: Arkadelphia, Arkansas: Neighboring Communities
Gurdon, arkansas. as the Mock Trial, Quiz Bowl and active FFA programs make learning Gurdonhas emergency ambulance service and family health clinic that is
Arkadelphia's Neighboring Communities
Bismarck, Arkansas
Bismarck is a rapidly growing community located among the rolling hills between Arkadelphia and Hot Springs, on nationally recognized Scenic Highway 7 adjacent to DeGray lake, one of the "nations top family resort" destinations (Better Homes and Gardens magazine). There are several day use areas, boat ramps and campgrounds conveniently located nearby. Two new banks have just recently been built in the area and a new medical clinic is now under construction. Bismarck Public Schools include grades K-12 and are currently classified as double "A". The Bismarck Lions participate in Band, Baseball, Basketball and Football activities.
Gurdon, Arkansas
The town lies along a narrow stretch of land separating the rolling foothills of the Ouachita Mountains (to the north and west) from the Ouachita and Little Missouri River Bottoms (to the south and east). The area is generally flat and densely wooded, mostly with tall pine and oak. The 90's have brought to Gurdon a new public library, Senior Adult Center and lake at the City's Park. A new high school was completed in 1995 promising a bright future for the community.
Serving the southern half of Clark County, the Gurdon School District is comprised of three campuses, whose combined enrollment is approximately 900 students.

79. Arkansas Tech University: Detail
Tech reports that it has arkansas' only bachelor's Exchange programs Exchange programsabroad in Canada (U of must live on campus unless living with family.

80. Arkansas State Chamber/Tracked Bills By Category
grants and aids to local school districts and special programs. Requires the Stateof arkansas and all agencies of of the poverty level for a family of four or

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