Health & Emergency Resources



Arkansas Crisis Center & Hotline
Business Description: Your life matters! Arkansas Crisis Call Specialists are standing by to listen, provide support, and connect Arkansans with resources in their area via our Crisis Helpline. The Arkansas Crisis Center also provides community outreach and customized suicide awareness and prevention training.
Business Phone Number: 479-365-2142
Emergency Phone Number: 888-274-7472
Website Address: arcrisis.org
Get Checked Campaign, Northwest Arkansas Equality, Inc.
Address: 179 N. Church Ave., Ste. 101, Fayetteville, AR 72701
Business Description: Get Checked Campain’s mission is to prevent the transmission of HIV in Northwest Arkansas through outreach and prevention education. The program provides free, confidential HIV testing and resources for the community. We strive to collaborate with regional HIV/AIDS organizations and local businesses to better provide education and testing services to individuals in need of counseling, education, and outreach. Services are open to everyone, and appointments can be made online or by phone.
Business Phone Number: 479-966-9014
Website Address: nwaequality.org
Support Services, Northwest Arkansas Equality, Inc.
Address: 179 N. Church Ave., Ste. 101, Fayetteville, AR 72701
Business Description: The mission of our Support Services Program is to provide LGBTQ youth and adult individuals, families, and friends with education, resources, and a safe and structured space to support and encourage one another in healing, wellness, and growth.
Business Phone Number: 479-966-9014
Website Address: nwaequality.org
The Trevor Project
Address: PO Box 69232, West Hollywood, CA 90069
Business Description: Accredited by the American Association of Suicidology, The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. If you or a young LGBTQ person you care about is experiencing a crisis, please call the Trevor Lifeline, 24/7, at 866-488-7386, message through TrevorChat, or text messaging interventions through TrevorText. Communication is free and confidential. The Trevor Project also operates the largest online social network specifically for young LGBTQ people, www.TrevorSpace.org.
Business Phone Number: 310-271-8845
Emergency Phone Number: 866-488-7386
Website Address: thetrevorproject.org
Youth Bridge
Address: 2153 E. Joyce Blvd., Ste. 201, Fayetteville, AR 72703
Business Description: Youth Bridge is a non-profit, for impact agency that serves teens and their families in the areas of abuse, neglect, addiction, homelessness, mental health issues, and behavioral problems. Youth Bridge is the only Northwest Arkansas Division of Youth Services (DYS) nonprofit for court-appointed community-based service and the only approved DYS residential substance abuse program in the state; Youth Bridge is only one of three agencies in Arkansas that operate a Runaway and Homeless Youth program and is the only agency in Arkansas that provides and supports the National Safe Place Program; Youth Bridge is the only clinically and behaviorally focused organization in Northwest Arkansas that provides mental health to children and families and has an exclusive program specifically for youth.

Fayetteville: 479-521-1532 | Rogers: 479-636-0083 | Eureka Springs: 479-253-6062 | Harrison: 870-741-8484 | Mountain Home: 870-425-5644
Business Phone Number: 479-575-9471
Emergency Phone Number: 800-628-2260
Website Address: youthbridge.com
ARcare, Fayetteville
Address: 2894 N. McKee Cir., Ste. 101, Fayetteville, AR 72703
Business Description: Along with many other health services, ARcare provides comprehensive care to those with HIV. This program includes several services that fall under a wide range of categories, including peer support services, care plans, co-pay assistance, medication assistance, dietitian counseling, gas vouchers for HIV-related visits and medical and non-medical case management, food voucher assistance and referrals for housing opportunities for those with HIV/AIDS.

The HIV Care Program is funded through the Ryan White Program, a federally funded program for individuals living with HIV/AIDS who have no health insurance (public or private), who have insufficient health care coverage, or who lack financial resources to get the care they need for their HIV disease.
Business Phone Number: 479-571-2100
Emergency Phone Number: 870-347-2534
Website Address: arcare.net
Arkansas Department of Health, Washington County Health Unit
Address: 3270 Wimberly Dr., Fayetteville, AR 72703
Business Description: As a state agency, the Arkansas Department of Health has a mission to protect and improve the health and well-being of all Arkansans. ADH offers more than 100 services statewide to assure your water is safe, your children have their immunizations, your restaurants are safe. The ADH also offers HIV & STDI testing and education services.
Business Phone Number: 479-521-8181
Crisis Text Line
Business Description: The Crisis Text Line provides free, 24/7, confidential crisis support. Text HOME to 741741 to chat with a compassionate, trained crisis counselor. The Crisis Text Line is free on AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, or Verizon networks, standard messaging rates may apply for other carriers.
Emergency Phone Number: 741741
Website Address: crisistextline.org
Dickson Street Clinic
Address: 102 W. Dickson St., Fayetteville AR, 72701
Business Description: The Dickson Street Clinic delivers acute (“I’m sick now”), chronic, & preventative care. In addition to primary care services, they provide full panel HIV and STD testing and are one of two Northwest Arkansas providers registered with the CDC to prescribe Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) medication.
Business Phone Number: 479-521-2540
Website Address: dicksonstclinic.com
Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter
Address: Undisclosed location for protective services. Call for assistance.
Business Description: Since 1986, the Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter has been committed to serving victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and empowering them to build lives free of violence. The NWAWS provides safe and temporary shelter, 24-hour confidential crisis line, court advocacy, Spanish bilingual services, children’s advocacy, and support groups for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and the children of those victims, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.
Business Phone Number: 479-246-9999
Emergency Phone Number: 1-800-775-9011
Website Address: nwaws.org/
NWA Center for Sexual Assault
Address: 1670 W. Sunset Ave., Ste. B, Springdale, AR 72762
Business Description: The NWA Center for Sexual Assault’s comprehensive services are available in English and Spanish for anyone in Northwest Arkansas who has been affected by rape or sexual assault. The Center provides free forensic rape kit exam services, individual advocacy and reporting, therapeutic counseling, support groups, and 24-hour crisis helpline to adult survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones.
Business Phone Number: 479-347-2304
Emergency Phone Number: 800-794-4175
Website Address: nwasexualassault.org
Planned Parenthood, Great Plains
Address: 3729 N. Crossover Rd., Ste. 107, Fayetteville, AR 72702
Business Description: Planned Parenthood provides comprehensive reproductive and complementary healthcare and educational services and programs, and advocates for public policies to protect essential healthcare and privacy rights – including healthcare, education, and advocacy services for the LGBTQ community. Planned Parenthood provides full panel HIV and STD testing and is one of the two Northwest Arkansas providers registered with the CDC to prescribe Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) medication.
Business Phone Number: 479-443-7791
World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH)
Business Description: The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) is an interdisciplinary professional and educational organization devoted to promoting evidence-based care, education, research, advocacy, public policy, and respect in transgender health. WPATH provides opportunities for professionals from various sub-specialties to communicate with each other in the context of research and treatment of gender dysphoria including sponsoring biennial scientific symposia. WPATH publishes the Standards of Care and Ethical Guidelines, which articulate a professional consensus about the psychiatric, psychological, medical, and surgical management of gender dysphoria and help professionals understand the parameters within which they may offer assistance to those with these conditions.
Website Address: wpath.org