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Income Partner Agencies

7Hills Homeless Center
PO Box 474, Fayetteville, AR 72702
479-251-7776
www.7hillscenter.org
Program Supported: Day Center
Description: The Day Center offers support services for people who are homeless or near homeless. Men, women, and children can access the resources they need to acquire jobs and housing. The Day Center also helps meet basic needs by offering: food, clothing, showers, internet and telephone access, case management services, etc.

Community Development Corporation of Bentonville/Bella Vista
808 N Main #1, Bentonville, Arkansas 72712
479-273-1060
www.nwahavenwood.org
Program Supported: Havenwood
Description: Havenwood's mission is to provide a safe, stable, structured living environment while connecting single parent families with the resources and guidance to overcome the obstacles in their lives and transform the future of their family.

Credit Counseling of Arkansas
P.O. Box 10290, Fayetteville, AR 72703
479-521-8877
www.ccoacares.com
Program Supported: Housing and Financial Education & Counseling
Description: Credit Counseling of Arkansas provides group financial education and individual financial counseling. The goal is to increase understanding of financial issues and to help individuals and families set a path toward financial independence. They help them deal with current financial difficulties, and plan for a more sustainable financial future.

Dogwood Literacy Program
100 S. Broadway, Suite H, Siloam Springs AR 72761
479.524.4009
www.dlcss.org
Program Supported: Adult Literacy
Description: Dogwood Literacy Council helps adults in the Siloam Springs, Gentry, Decatur, and Gravette areas develop their abilities to understand, speak, read, and write English. These skills are fundamental to achieving their goals of becoming participating members of this society, coping with the demands of everyday life, and achieving financial stability.

Life Styles, Inc.
2590 West Sycamore, Fayetteville AR, 72703
479-521-3581
www.lifestylesinc.org
Program Supported: Supported Living Program
Description: Life Styles' Supported Living program is designed around the strengths and needs of each person served. Individual plans may consist of training and support a few hours per week to round the clock services including safety and independent living skills, financial management and community integration.
Program: Supported Employment
Description: Life Styles Supported Employment program provides the training and supports necessary for individuals with disabilities to work in competitive jobs in the community, breaking the cycle of unemployment and poverty. They strive to help the people they serve obtain long-term employment with the appropriate training and supports.

Literacy Council of Benton County
205 N.W. A Street, Bentonville, AR 72712
479-273-3486
www.goliteracy.org
Program Supported: Adult Literacy
Description:Our volunteer tutors and staff make it possible for adults to either acquire or improve their English skills so that they may find a job, receive a promotion, become more involved in their children's education, become U.S. citizens, improve the local workforce, and improve the quality of life for all.

Ozark Literacy Council
2596 Keystone Crossing, Fayetteville, AR 72703
479-521-8250
www.ozarkliteracy.org
Program Supported: Moving Families Toward Independence
Description: OLC's program aligns with the UW mission by building a stronger Northwest Arkansas through the utilization of our educative inputs surrounding the set forth income concept via initiatives that encourage immigrants and others with limited English literacy, to attain financial competency must overcome language and cultural barriers.

Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Benton County
2601 SW "D" Street, Bentonville, AR 72712
479-254-8550
www.aspsf.org/county_benton.html
Program Supported: Scholarship and Student Programs
Description: Funds will be used for scholarships and student support programs for low income single parents who are in post-secondary education leading to employment at sustainable wages. Most funds are used to pay living expenses like housing, utilities, child care and transportation. Services include gas cards, counseling/guidance, and life skills workshops.

Single Parent Scholarship Fund of NWA
601 W. Dickson Street, Suite 2, Fayetteville AR 72701
479-935-4888
www.spsfnwa.org
Program Supported: Scholarships
Description: Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Northwest Arkansas works to end poverty and create prosperity for low-income single parent families in our community. We do this by offering direct financial assistance and supportive programs to single moms and single dads enrolled in college or pursuing career training or professional certification.