Women and Children First

Transitional Housing
Little Rock, AR
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PO Box 1954
Little Rock, AR - 72203

(501) 376-3219 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. Website Donate Go to Facebook

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Last-Modified: 2020-02-12 09:50:00

WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST Provides shelter and a 24-hour crisis hot line for survivors of family violence. Residents are evaluated after 7 days and may stay in the shelter up to 45 days. They also help women and their children find long-term housing. Eligibility requirements include : residency  of Arkansas. women ages 18 and older and their children (males cannot be older than 16). Please contact them for more information on eligibility and intake procedures. WCF is a comprehensive shelter serving over 500 victims of domestic violence and their children annually. T he shelter is ran strictly on federal and state funds, private donations, fundraisers, grants, and the Heart of Arkansas United Way. They are fortunate to have a very active Board of Directors, Advisory Board, and young professionals board - The Peacekeepers. The clients who seek safe refuge with WCF are able to do so only with the tremendous assistance from their Board of Directors, unbelievable community volunteers and sponsors, and a small staff who works directly with the clients every day.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: Safety, strength, and hope for all victims of family violence.

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Anonymous - Feb 6, 2014

Women and Children First: The Center Against Family Violence does accept males over age 16 in the shelter and into the Transitional Housing Program.

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