RIVERSIDE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION John Roth • John Snell • John Petty • Jim Porras • Jan Zuppardo (Final 11/25/02) 9:00 a.m. December 4, 2002 AGENDA REGULAR MEETING RIVERSIDE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION 4080 LEMON STREET, 1 st FLOOR, BOARD CHAMBERS RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA CALL TO ORDER - ROLL CALL SALUTE TO THE FLAG NOTE: If you wish to speak, please complete a “SPEAKER IDENTIFICATION FORM” and give it to the Secretary. The purpose of the public hearing is to allow interested parties to express their concerns. Please do not repeat information already given. If you have no additional information, but wish to be on record, simply give your name and address and state that you agree with the previous speaker(s). 1.0 CONSENT CALENDAR 1.1 TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 29032 – Albert A. Webb Associates – South Lake Elsinore Zoning Area – First Supervisorial District – FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME to October 26, 2003. Deputy Planning Director: Ron Goldman, Ph: (951) 955-3208, E-mail: RGOLDMAN@co.riverside.ca.us 1.2 ADOPTION OF 2003 PLANNING COMMISSION SCHEDULE Staff Recommendation: APPROVAL of Consent Calendar. 2.0 ORAL COMMUNICATION ON ANY MATTER NOT ON THE AGENDA. 3.0 PUBLIC HEARING: 9:30 a.m. or as soon as possible thereafter . 3.1 TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 29636, AMENDED NO. 3 -EA 37915 – Carter H. Omens - Antelope Valley Zoning Area – Third Supervisorial District – 76.87 Acres - located south of Craig Avenue, west of Murrieta Road, east of Byers Street – REQUEST: To subdivide 76.87 acres gross into 76 residential lots with minimum lot size of 1.0 gross acres and four of these residential lots with detention basins, in accordance with Residential Agricultural-1 Acre Minimum (R-A-1) and Schedule “B” map development standards. WITH VARIANCE NO. 01736 -EA 37915 – Carter H. Omens - Antelope Valley Zoning Area – Third Supervisorial District – 76.87 Acres - located south of Craig Avenue, west of Murrieta Road, east of Byers Street – REQUEST: The variance request proposes to vary the lot width standards for lots less than the minimum width of 100 feet in the Residential Agricultural Zone (R-A) to widths ranging from 13.55 feet to 62.25 feet to accommodate the cul-de-sac design, flood plain, and drainage constraints within the project site. (Continued from 10/30/02) (Quasi-judicial) Project Planner: Louis Mazei, Ph: (951) 600-6173, E-Mail: Lmazei@co.riverside.ca.us Staff Recommendation: APPROVAL 3.2 SPECIFIC PLAN NO. 00266 AMENDMENT NO. 1 – EIR 00340 - Lewis Retail Center–Prado-Mira Loma Zoning District– Second Supervisorial District – 78.28 Acres – Located north of Limonite Avenue, east of Hamner Avenue and west of I-15 Freeway – REQUEST: Proposes to change the land use designation of Planning Area 22 from C-O (Commercial Office) to C-P-S (Scenic Highway Commercial), including minor text modifications and clarifications to the Planning Area map. Additionally, Planning Area 23 will be modified to include an option to develop up to 245 multi-family units of senior housing in addition to the 322 multi-family units originally approved for this site. The overall density would increase from 12 dwelling units per acre to 21.2 dwelling units per acre, with development under the senior housing option. WITH CHANGE OF ZONE NO. 06705 – EIR 00340 - Lewis Retail Center–Prado-Mira Loma Zoning District– Second Supervisorial District – 78.28 Acres – Located north of Limonite Avenue, east of Hamner Avenue and west of I-15 Freeway – REQUEST: Proposes to change the land use designation of Planning Area 22 from C-O (Commercial Office) to C-P-S (Scenic Highway Commercial). WITH PARCEL MAP NO. 30810 – EIR 00340 - Lewis Retail Center–Prado-Mira Loma Zoning District– Second Supervisorial District – 78.28 Acres – Located north of Limonite Avenue, east of Hamner Avenue and west of I-15 Freeway – REQUEST: Proposes to divide 26.49 acres in to 9 commercial parcels, with a remainder parcel of 51.36 acres. AND PLOT PLAN NO. 18045 – EIR 00340 - Lewis Retail Center–Prado-Mira Loma Zoning District– Second Supervisorial District – 78.28 Acres – Located north of Limonite Avenue, east of Hamner Avenue and west of I-15 Freeway – REQUEST: Proposes to construct a 253,021 square foot community shopping center consisting of retail, restaurant and day care uses, with parking for 1360 cars. Major anchor tenants may include a supermarket, drug store and national home improvement store. (Continued from 11/13/02) (Legislative) Project Planner: Jerry Guarracino , Ph: (951) 955-3626 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Staff Recommendation: APPROVAL 3.3 Riverside County Integrated Project (RCIP): GENERAL PLAN 3.3a. Presentation of recommendations for Area Plan (Land Use Element) mapping revisions for all Area Plans: Desert Center, Eastern Coachella Valley, Eastern Desert, Eastvale, Elsinore, Harvest Valley/Winchester, Highgrove, Jurupa, Lake Mathews/Woodcrest, Lakeview/Nuevo, Mead Valley, Palo Verde Valley, Reche Canyon/Badlands, REMAP, San Jacinto Valley, Southwest, Sun City/Menifee Valley, Temescal Canyon, The Pass, and Western Coachella Valley Area Plans. 3.3b. Presentation of recommendations for General Plan Elements: (1.) Land Use Element a.) Community Centers and other overlays b.) Community Separators concept c.) Density Transfer issues d.) Incentive Program (Implementation Program) and its application in Community Center designations, other Community Development designations, and Rural foundation designations. 4.0 PUBLIC HEARING: 1:30 p.m. or as soon as possible thereafter . 4.1 Riverside County Integrated Project (RCIP): GENERAL PLAN Presentation of recommendations for General Plan Elements (continued): (1.) Circulation Element (2.) Multi-Purpose Open Space Element (3.) Safety Element (4.) Noise Element (5.) Air Quality Element (6.) Administrative Element a.) General Plan Certainty System – Exceptions or modifications to the foundation elements/certainty principle (e.g., farmland conversion acreage allowance, County-initiated general plan amendment(s) associated with consistency zoning and/or recognition of existing/approved land uses) (7.) Housing Element (relationship and status – no recommendation needed) 5.0 PLANNING DIRECTOR’S REPORT 6.0 COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS
Photo Album We have come a long way since that September day in 1987 when sixteen women met in a small conference room at the rear of a Sun City bank to discuss possibilities of forming a woman’s club. The are was growing so fast all around and there was a greet need for such an organization. Through the media and word of mouth, the next month the conference room was filled to capacity and officers and committees were initiated and necessary steps taken to become a Federated Club. How exciting it was to get together with women from all over the United States and from all walks of life. Greater Sun City Area Woman’s Club was the first name selected, but was changed to Menifee Valley Woman’s Club in 1989-90. We had twenty-nine members when we were federated into the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) in February of 1988, making us part of the most effective organization of women in the world. Many De Anza District members helped us in the first five years and one stands out in our minds who we named our Mentor – Irene Hemphill. By 1991-92, we had increased our membership by 75% and were named a “Gold Medallion Club”. That year we also installed the GFWC Road Signs you can see as you approach Sun City on Highway 215. Here are but a few of the Club’s outstanding accomplishments, 1990-01, a gift of $1300 towards the Multi-Purpose Activity Center Building Fund (Kay Ceniceros Community Center); 1992-93, $1000 for the Menifee Valley Medical Center Recreation Room Addition; 1993-94, $1700 towards updating the Sun City Library. We have plaques both at the hospital and library. We sponsored an Arbor Day Art Contest, 1995-96, for elementary and middle school children and the winner’s name was put on a plaque at the base of the tree we planted at the Pete Peterson Park. The Student Art Program was established in 1997-98 and due to its success continues to grow and is open to all students in the Menifee School District. We have given scholarships each year starting in 1991-92. The first two years we worked with San Jacinto College to give awards to student nurses. In 1993-94, it was agreed to give the scholarships through the Menifee Valley Medical Center. In 1999-2000, we were finally able to work with the Paloma Valley High School to set up a scholarship program of our own. Also, this student will be entered in the De Anza District Scholarship yearly program. We have reached out to families in need; filled the Menifee Valley Community Cupboard, made afghans to keep the homeless and needy warm, and replaced damaged pines in the Cleveland National Forest with our “Penny Pines”. In 2003-04 we agreed to support the “Casa de Paz” – a Woman’s Family Shelter to be built in Sun City. Our fundraisers include Boutiques, Fashion Shows, Garage Sales, 50/50 Drawings and Social Clubs. We have also made a quilt, dollhouse and jewelry of Opportunity Chance Drawings. Besides our donations to charity foundations, our members volunteer thousands of hours to promote arts and education in the local schools and volunteer in many worthy organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce, Convalescent Center, Crime Watch, Hospice, Hospital, Library, Senior Center, Sun City Concern and Community Cupboard. Our talents in the arts and our other programs have brought rewards from district and state level and don’t forget those who make the meetings educational and interesting – the programs, refreshments and decorations. As we approach our twentieth year, we are receiving high recognition for our outstanding community accomplishments. We were awarded the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce “2003 Non-Profit of the Year” and also received recognition certificates from the United States House of Representatives, Congress, State of California Senate, California Legislative Assembly, County of Riverside and our local District Supervisor. Each year we are recognized by Federation on District, State and National levels with numerous awards for the work we’ve accomplished. Outstanding! Audrey Locklin Foulkes Historian Update 7/21/04 . Back to top . Home | About Us | Membership | Projects | Calendar of Events | Links | Contact Us Contact the Web Mistress
Teddy Golfgame Ted Lyford’s Victory Punctuates Southern Success in State Senior By Ted Blofsky, Jr. Champion Ted Lyford and CGA Senior Championship chairman Lon Haskew. Players from Southern California no longer are intimidated by Poppy Hills Golf Course or the cool, damp weather of the Monterey Peninsula. That became evident in the California Golf Association (State) Senior Amateur Championship last June. The 11 th annual competition was played like so many have been – a little bit of sun the first day and then more cold and wind the next two. Southern seniors have lamented those conditions in the past. Forget about it. Ted Lyford punctuated a record-smashing year for him and his counterparts by posting a two-stroke victory in the 54-hole event. The 58-year-old Lyford, a runner-up the two previous seasons, birdied the final two holes of the tournament to finish at 72-67-72–211. That broke the record of 214 set a year earlier by the North’s Roly Lamontagne. While there was grousing by some about playing Poppy Hills shorter than in the past, nothing could detract from the outstanding condition of the course and the way many played it. Lyford’s second-round 5-under-par 67, was the lowest ever recorded in the event until Laguna Niguel’s Kemp Richardson equaled the mark on the final 18. Ted Lyford launches his drive on the 14th hole. Tournament officials set up the course at 6,210 yards the first day, 6,237 the next and nearly 6,400 yards the third. Richardson, the reigning U.S. and British Senior Amateur champ, came from back in the pack to take second place at 73-73-67–213. He was tied for the lead when that figure went on the scoreboard, but Lyford’s birdies on Nos. 17 (15 feet) and 18 (five feet) settled the issue. Lyford and Richardson were two members of the South’s four-man squad in team play. Along with San Diego’s Mike Riley and Rancho Sante Fe’s John Olive, the South defeated the North, 427-454, in the team matches. The team total broke the old record of 438 set a year earlier by the South. Of the 24 players who made it into the final round, 14 were from the South. Players from that area now have won three of the last four titles. Lyford had his golf game in cruise control going into the final nine holes of the competition. Then, he had to put the pedal to the metal. With nine holes to play and although Richardson had fired a 33 on the front nine, Lyford was comfortably in charge with no challenger closer than four strokes. Bob Callan birdied the 13th in the final round. All that changed. First, San Francisco’s Bob Callan went on a birdie tear and after 13 holes was 4-under-par for the day and was only one back. Then, Lyford suffered a double-bogey six at the 16 th . At the time, both he and Callan, who had bogeyed the 16 th were 3-under. Richardson already was in the house at that figure. “I didn’t know how I stood, but I thought I probably needed a birdie,” Lyford said later. He responded, not only with a 15-footer for a deuce on the 17 th , but also with a five-footer on the 18 th to secure the victory. Callan shared third with San Diego’s Jim Saivar. Callan bogeyed the last three holes for his 69-75-71–215. Saivar finished at 71-71-73–215. “I felt like I really never had it out there,” said Lyford. Contrary to his calm-looking demeanor, Lyford admitted to being nervous. “I’m always nervous,” he smiled. “I think that’s good.” The champion said the double-bogey at 16 changed his mode. “I played like I was one behind … on that hole (No. 16) I was playing not to make double-bogey but that’s exactly what I did.” Of his birdie on No. 15: “I had no choice at that point (but to make birdie).” Lyford had finished third in the last two championships. The top seven players and ties will not have to go through local qualifying next year. It took a score of 217 to make it into that group. CGA (State) Senior Amateur Extra Holes It took a score of 149, just five over par, to advance to the third and final round of the championship. That’s four strokes lower than the previous year, which was the lowest ever in the event … Exactly 24 players were at that figure or better. Former champions Paul Ladin (1993), Jim McMurtrey (1994-95-98), Paul Spengler (1996) and Mike Riley (2000) advanced. However, defending kingpin Roly Lamontagne from Stockton shot 75-79–154 and did not survive. Neither did 1992 winner Chuck Weil (75-81) of Pebble Beach, 1997 king Cliff Davis (76-76) of Suisun or 1999 champ Tom Eastlack (76-76) of Menifee … When Bob Callan of San Francisco shot 69 for the first-round lead it was only the eight time any player had shot that score in the championship. Three of those came at Ojai Valley Inn and Resort, the par-70 site of the first two events ... Early in the second round, Benicia’s Dave Parsons checked in with a 68. Eventual champ Ted Lyford erased that record with a 67 in the last group. Kemp Richardson shot 67 in the closing round. Escondido’s Dennis Carunchio had a second-round 69 (37-32) for the other sub-70 performance … Former NCGA Executive Director Bill Paulson was in danger of missing the cut when he closed with four straight birdies the second day. The second-round 72 gave him a 148 total. Following are the final results: 211 – Ted Lyford, Redlands, 72-67-72. 213 – Kemp Richardson, Laguna Niguel, 73-73-67. 215 – Jim Saivar, San Diego, 71-71-73; Robert Callan, San Francisco, 69-75-71. 216 – John Olive, Rancho Santa Fe, 72-72-72; Paul Kay, Encino, 73-71-72. 217 – Dave Parsons, Benicia, 77-68-72. 219 – Bob Clark, Murrieta, 73-70-76. 220 – Gary Shemano, San Francisco, 71-72-77; Mike Riley, San Diego, 71-75-74; Paul Spengler, Carmel, 72-74-74. 221 – Dennis Carunchio, Escondido, 77-69-75; Jim McMurtrey, Fair Oaks, 76-70-75; Larry Grant, Westminster, 74-74-73. 222 – David Carroll, Napa, 75-73-74; Joe Byrom, San Diego, 73-76-73; Ron Ramsey, San Diego, 73-74-75; Ronald Johnson, Walnut Creek, 75-73-74. 224 – Bob Rowland, Danville, 72-74-78. 226 – Bill Paulson, Monterey, 76-72-78; Robert Carver, Fullerton, 78-71-77. 227 – Chip Bridges, San Diego, 73-75-79. 228 – Jeff Newkirk, Santa Cruz, 76-71-81. 231 – Paul Ladin, La Quinta, 78-71-82. (Failed to advance) 150 – Bob Forster, Huntington Beach, 77-73; Stephen Sander, Santa Barbara, 77-73; Carl Selkirk, Chico, 75-75; Gary Conti, Campbell, 74-76. 151 – Shelly Washburn, San Rafael, 76-75; Frank Abbott, Napa, 76-75; Frank Merhar, La Jolla, 74-77; Dick Rautmann, Hollister, 72-79; Robert Olds, Brentwood, 75-76. 152 – Jerry Davee, San Diego, 79-73; Allen Sharpe, Salinas, 77-75; Tom Eastlack, Menifee, 76-76; Robert Heaton, Antioch, 76-76; Cliff Davis, Suisun, 76-76. 153 – Richard Nordlund, Santa Barbara, 77-76; Earl Stewart, Fairfax, 75-78. 154 – Marty Temple, Anaheim, 80-74; Michael Davis, El Dorado Hills, 80-74; Pete MacCarrone, La Habra, 79-75; Roly Lamontagne, Stockton, 75-79. 155 – John Erdhaus, Hacienda Heights, 79-76; Richard Paiko, Davis, 79-76; Robert Ackerman, Oakdale, 77-78; Terry Coffee, Roseville, 76-79; Michael Flanagan, San Marino, 76-79. 156 – Michael Gay, San Diego, 79-77; Spencer Beard, Westchester, 78-78; Robert Reed, Fremont, 77-79; Warren Shafer, San Diego, 77-79; Charles Weil, Pebble Beach, 75-81. 157 – Gene Ackerman, Elk Grove, 78-79. 158 – Ray Celaya, San Jose, 77-81. 159 – Pete McDade, El Cajon, 86-73; Tom Perkins, Cupertino, 83-76; Art Arns, Rancho Santa Fe, 79-80; Jim Ono, San Jose, 76-83. 160 – Prem Lala, Rohnert Park, 85-75; Tony Reboton, Fremont, 84-76; Ken Slasor, San Ramon, 80-80; Bill Harding, Rainbow, 79-81. 162 – Bill Cunerty, Mission Viejo, 81-81; Jim Whisman, Reno, 81-81. 163 – Steve Wilson, Solana Beach, 84-79; Jerome Chirpich, San Luis Obispo, 82-81. 165 – Steve Boveri, Newbury Park, 76-89. 168 – Kenneth Goodfried, Encino, 83-85. Others – Harry Littel, Escondido, 87-NS; George Beebe, Rancho Santa Fe, WD.
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Directory of Aging Programs Directory of Aging Programs Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Aging and Adult Services PO Box 1437 Slot S-530 Donaghey Plaza South 700 Main Street Little Rock, Arkansas 72203-1437 Telephone (50l) 682-2441 TDD (501)682-2443 Fax (501) 682-8155 Herb Sanderson, Director Contents Introduction Arkansas Area Agencies on Aging Toll-free Numbers of Assistance to Older Arkansans Alzheimer's Support Groups Service Providers, AAA County Offices, Adult Day Care Centers, AAA Housing and Senior Centers Alphabetical Listing By County Governor's Advisory Council on Aging (GACA) Eligibility Requirements for Services Aging Organizations in Arkansas Arkansas Volunteer Programs for Seniors Introduction This directory has been prepared by the Department of Human Services, Division of Aging and Adult Services to provide information on aging programs and services administered by the Division of Aging and Adult Services and the area agencies on aging (AAAs). Also included are in-state toll-free numbers that can be called for assistance that may be needed by older Arkansans and a list of organizations providing services or opportunities for seniors and the state volunteer organizations for seniors. Questions concerning these programs should be directed to the Division of Aging and Adult Services at (50l) 682-2441 or to the appropriate AAA. For information regarding availability of services in any county, please contact the AAA county office or AAA information number listed for that county. (NOTE: Most 800 numbers listed under the counties or for AAAs are in-state only; out-of-state persons calling for Arkansas information, please contact the main AAA office number for that region.) If you do not know the county for which you desire information, please contact the Division of Aging and Adult Services Information and Assistance number (501) 682-8150. If you need this material in an alternative format, such as large print, audio tape, etc, please contact our Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator at (501)682-2441 (voice) or 682-2443 (TDD). Back to Contents Toll-Free Assistance Numbers for Older Arkansans A dult ProtectiveServices/Adult Abuse Hotline 1-800-482-8049 Advocates for Battered Women Hotline (statewide) 1-800-332-4443 AIDS Hotline (Counseling and Information) 1-800-590-2437 Alzheimer's Disease Related Disorders Assn. 1-800-272-3900 Alzheimer’s Disease Assn./Central AR Chapter 1-800-272-3900 Alzheimer's Arkansas Programs Services 1-800-689-6090 American Cancer Society 1-800-482-1124 American Diabetes Association 1-800-232-3472 Arkansas Attorney General’s Office 1-800-482-8982 Akansas Foundation for Medical Care (Peer Review for Medicare) 1-800-272-5528 Arkansas Health Department 1-800-482-5400 Arkansas Health Care Access Foundation 1-800-950-8233 Arkansas Health Counseling for Women 1-800-272-3283 Arkansas Insurance Department Hotline 1-800-852-5494 Arkansas Power and Light Company 1-800-833-4636 Arkansas Seniors Organized for Progress (ASOP) 1-800-550-1401 Alternatives for Persons with Disabilities 1-800-981-4457 Child Abuse Reports 1-800-482-5964 Consumer Product Safety Commission 1-800-638-2772 Consumer Protection/Attorney General's Office 1-800-482-8982 Credit Counseling Centers of Arkansas 1-888-327-4885 Domestic Violence/Battered Women Hotline 1-800-332-4443 Donated Dental Services 1-800-932-8247 Eldercare Locator for Nationwide Senior Services 1-800-677-1116 Federal Income Tax Information 1-800-829-1040 HUD-approved Housing Counseling 1-800-569-4287 Inspector General's Hotline (Medicare/Medicaid Complaints) 1-800-368-5779 Lawyer Referral/Arkansas Bar Association 1-800-482-9406 Low Income Health Care Assistance 1-800-638-0742 Medicaid Eligibility Information/ASOP 1-800-550-1401 Medicaid Long-Term Care Food Stamps 1-800-482-8988 Medicaid Recipients Information 1-800-482-5431 Medicare Services Part B MEDPARD Directory 1-800-482-5525 Medicare Telephone Hotline 1-800-638-6833 National Association for Speech Hearing 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 1-800-638-8255 National Council on Aging 1-800-424-9046 National Eye Care Project (Monday through Friday) 1-800-222-3937 National Health Information Center 1-800-336-4797 National Hearing Aid Society 1-800-521-5247 National Library Service for the Blind Physically Handicapped 1-800-424-8567 National Organization of Social Security Claiments’ Representatives 1-800-431-2804 National Toll-Free Directory Assistance 1-800-555-1212 Nursing Home Complaints* call AAA Ombudsman or 1-800-482-8988 P.E.O.P.L. (Mental Health Resources) 1-800-237-3675 Public Service Commission 1-800-482-1164 Residential Care Facilities Complaints** AAA Ombudsman 1-800-482-8988 Senior Insurance Network (@Insurance Consumer Hotline Dept) 1-800-852-5494 Social Security Administration 1-800-772-1213 Tourist Information Arkansas Department of Parks Tourism 1-800-482-8999 United States Product Safety Commission 1-800-638-2772 University Affiliated Programs 1-800-467-2170 Visually Impaired Library of Northwest Arkansas 1-800-532-2235 * Office of Long-Term Care Nursing Home Complaints 1-501-682-8428 **Office of Long-Term Care Residential Care Complaints 1-501-682-8468 Back to Contents Alzheimer's/Care Givers Support Groups Alphabetical by Location A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Alma Alzheimer’s Support Hilda Knight 1-501-632-2371 Arkadelphia Alzheimer’s Support Kaye Redwanz 1-501-245-1041 Augusta Alzheimer’s Support John Rolfe Eldridge 1-870-347-2518 Batesville White River AAA Sharon Southard 1-800-382-3205 Batesville Nursing/Rehab. Elana House 1-870-698-1853 Bella Vista Bella Vista Com. Church Linda Pompkins 1-501-855-1126 Bella Vista United Methodist Wayne Bartruff 1-501-855-2288 Benton Alzheimer's Support Group Saline Memorial Hospital Co-Facilitators: Dan Fleming, Program Director, Generations Stephanie Hull, Outreach Coordinator, Generations (501)776-6671 or 776-6600 Bentonville First Methodist Church Wayne Bartruff 1-501-855-2288 Blytheville Baptist Memorial Hospital Samantha Phillips 1-800-791-6124 Boone County Adult Day Care Center Betty Cooner 1-870-741-4991 Cherokee Village Methodist Hospital Donna Passmore 1-870-972-7000 Clinton Alzheimer’s Support Enid Strange 1-501-745-7000 Conway Conway Support Group Sandra Fuller 1-501-327-2644 Dardanelle Alzheimer’s Support Brandon Tolbert 1-501-229-4677 Ext 106 DeQueen First Methodist Church Donna Bever 1-870-642-2038 El Dorado Union Cty Alzheimer’s Support Perry Winn 1-870-862-7921 Fayetteville Sequoyah United Meth Church Wayne Bartruff 1-501-855-2288 Fort Smith West AR Alzheimer’s Chapter Richard Marden 1-501-783-2022 Harrison Hilltop Nursing Center Ella Tims 1-870-741-6719 Harrison - Boone County Adult Day Care Center Betty Cooner 1-870-741-4991 Horseshoe Bend Faith Presbyterian Church Reba Cornwall 1-870-670-5619 Hot Springs Alzheimer’s Support Group Teresa Miller 1-501-623-5037 Hot Springs Caring Place/First Methodist Judy Rowe 1-501-623-1524 Hot Springs Village Caring/Barcelona Bptst Judy Rowe 1-501-622-2000 Hot Springs Beverly Health/Rehab Mike Erwin 1-501-624-7149 Jonesboro Alzheimer’s Support Group Shirley Crawford 1-870-930-2225 Jonesboro East AR AAA Ina Brown 1-800-467-3278 Little Rock Alzheimer's Association Central Arkansas Regional Center Diane Ficker (501) 265-0027 or 1-800-272-3900 A lzheimer's Arkansas Programs Services Phyllis Watkins 1-501-224-0021 Magnolia Columbia County Alz. Support Nancy Landes 1-870-234-7410 Magnolia Columbia Cty Diabetic Support Julie Lender 1-870-235-3000 Mena Alzheimer’s Support Sandi Klein 1-501-394-7400 Monticello Leisure Lodge Susan Smith 1-870-367-6852 Mt. Home Baxter House Support Group Carolyn Treat 1-870-425-7585 Mt. Home Van Matre Senior Center Joan Kelley 1-870-424-3054 Newport Harris Hospital Caretakers Donna Manor 1-800-360-2561 Pine Bluff Caregiver/Alzheimer’s Support Carolyn Ferguson 1-800-264-3260 Pocahontas Senior Citizen’s Center Joyce Brunner 1-870-892-8473 Prescott Alzheimer’s Support Barbara Gilmore 1-870-887-6639 Rogers Innisfree Retirement Center Patricia Duckworth 1-501-636-7363 Russellville Alzheimer’s Family/Friends Emmeline Kerr 1-501-229-1675 Russellville Alzheimer’s Support Group Neil Jackson 1-501-967-9300 Searcy White County Hospital Francies Martin 1-501-268-1249 Siloam Springs Alzheimer’s First Baptist Rogene Weathers 1-501-524-6576 Springdale Council on Aging/ADC Connie Stout 1-501-521-0145 Springdale Alz. Support/First Methodist Traci Summers 1-501-634-7603 Texarkana Texarkana Alzheimer’s Chapter Margaret Smith 1-903-838-0888 Walnut Ridge Lawrence Memorial Hospital Scott Foster 1-870-886-1200 Back to Contents Service Providers, Senior Centers, Adult Day Care Centers, AAA County Offices and AAA/Provider Sponsored Housing Alphabetical by County A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Arkansas County - Region IV Provider Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas PO Box 8569 Pine Bluff, AR 71611 Phone: 870-543-6300 or 1-800-264-3260 Senior Centers Dewitt Senior Citizens Center 205 North Main PO Box 448 Dewitt, AR 72042 Phone: 870-946-1196 Stuttgart Senior Citizens Center 806 West 22nd/Bldg A B PO Box 796 Stuttgart, AR 72160 Phone: 870-673-2929 Southeast Arkansas Transportation 1-800-264-3260 for Schedule/Appt AAA In-home/Case Management Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas 806 W. 22nd St., Suite D PO BOX 796 Stuttgart, AR 72160 Phone: 870-673-7146 or 1-800-737-1297 Housing for the Elderly Heritage Manor of Stuttgart 2307 Commercial Drive Stuttgart, AR 72160 Phone: 870-673-7192 Adult Day Care JLWP Adult Day Care 322 West Second Dewitt, AR 72042 Phone: 870-946-2708 Paradise Adult Day Care 2110 South Buerkle Stuttgart, AR 72160 Phone: 870-673-0969 . Ashley County - Region IV Provider Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas PO Box 8569 Pine Bluff, AR 71611 Phone: 870-543-6300 or 1-800-264-3260 Senior Centers Crossett Senior Citizens Center 1208 Pine PO Box 636 Crossett, AR 71635 Phone: 870-364-6915 Hamburg Senior Citizens Center 1406 North Main Street PO Box 507 Hamburg, AR 71646 Phone: 870-853-2467 Wilmot Senior Citizens Center 404 South Second Street PO Box 517 Wilmot, AR 71676. Phone: 870-473-2328 AAA In-home/Case Management Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas 208 Alabama PO Box 907 Crossett, AR 71635 Phone: 870-364-7788 or 1-800-737-1303 Housing for the Elderly Heritage Manor of Wilmot 404 South Second PO Box 517 Wilmot, AR 71676 Phone: 870-473-2328 Heritage Manor of Crossett 1573 Hwy 52 West Crossett, AR 71635 Phone: 870-364-5814 . Transportation Southeast Arkansas Transportation Call: 1-800-264-3260 for schedule and appointments . Back to Top of the List Baxter County - Region I Provider NW AR Economic Development District Aging Services Division 818 Hwy 62-65 North PO Box 190 Harrison, AR 72601 Phone: 870-741-5404 Senior Centers Arthur L.Van Matre Senior Services Center Cooper Park/1101 Spring Street P.O. Box 392 Mountain Home, AR 72653 Telephone: 870-424-3054 Big Flat Senior Activity Center Quapa Senior Community Center Highway 14 West Big Flat, AR 72617 Phone: 870-448-3674 Norfork Senior Activity Center 5 City Hall Circle PO Box 1 Norfork, AR 72658 Phone: 870-499-7171 Adult Day Care Baxter House Adult Day Care Arthur L. Van Matre S.S Center Cooper Park/1108 Spring Street PO Box 932 Mountain Home, AR 72653 Phone: 870-425-7585 AAA County Office Area Connection Arthur L. Van Matre S.S.Center 1108 Spring PO Box 1033 Mountain Home, AR 72653 Phone: 870-425-9811 Toll Free: 1-888-286-3620 Benton County - Region I Provider Office of Human Concern Aging Services 506 East Spruce PO Box 778 Rogers, AR 72757-0078 Phone: 501-636-7301 Senior Centers Gravette Senior Center 354 Irving Street Gravette AR 72736 Phone: 501-787-5950 Bentonville Hoback Senior Activity Center 214 Community Street PO Box 4 Bentonville, AR 72712 Phone: 501-273-7348 Siloam Springs Senior Activity Center Heritage Heights 1253 West Tulsa Siloam Springs, AR 72761 Phone: 501-524-5735 Billy V. Hall Senior Activity Center 1870 Limekiln Road PO Box 1648 Gravette, AR 72736 Phone: 501-787-5950 Housing Billy V. Hall Senior Complex 1878 Limekiln Road Gravette, AR Telephone: 501-787-6638 Flintcreek Apartments 313 South Little Avenue Gentry, AR 72734 Telephone: 501-736-2421 AAA County Office Area Connection 125 West Center/Massey Bldg #211 PO BOX 1567 Bentonville, AR 72712 Phone: 501-273-9424 Toll Free: 888-286-3610 Adult Day Care Center Village House Adult Day Care 1703 Forrest Hills Blvd Bella Vista, AR 72714 Phone: 501-855-4449 Friends House Adult Day Care 1200 W. Walnut Street Rogers, AR 72756 Phone: 501-936-2916 . Boone County - Region I Provider Northwest AR Economic Development District Aging Services Division 818 Hwy 62-65 North PO Box 190 Harrison, AR 72601 Phone: 870-741-5404 Senior Centers Boone County Senior Activity Center 1516 Rock Springs Road, Box B Harrison, AR 72601 Phone: 870-741-1505 AAA Main Office Area Connection 910 B Northvale Ctr/Hwy62-65 N PO Box 1795 Harrison, AR 72602-1795 Phone: 870-741-1144 Toll Free: 1-800-432-9721 TDD: 1-501-741-1346 Adult Day Care Boone County Adult Day Care 1516 Rock Springs Road, Box A Harrison, AR 72601 Phone: 870-741-4991 . Bradley County - Region IV Provider Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas PO Box 8569 Pine Bluff, AR 71611 Phone: 870-543-6300 or 1-800-264-3260 Senior Centers Warren Senior Citizens Center 1105 East Church PO BOX 812 Warren, Arkansas 71671 Phone: 870-226-3710 Southeast Arkansas Transportation Call: 1-800-264-3260 for schedule and appointments. AAA In-home/Case Management Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas 110 East Cedar PO BOX 943 Warren, AR 71671 Phone: 870-226-5769 or 1-800-737-1337 . Calhoun County - Region VII Provider Southwest AR. Development Council Calhoun and Dallas County Senior Citizens Program 1205 West Third Fordyce, AR 71742 Phone: 870-352-2826 or 1-800-814-2103 Senior Centers Harrell Senior Center American Legion Hut PO Box 113 Harrell, AR 71745 Phone: 870-798-4538 Thornton Senior Center First Methodist Church Route 1, Box 126 H Thornton, AR 71766 Phone: 870-352-7099 Hampton Senior Center Exhibits Bldg, Fairgrounds Route 2, Box 138 Hampton, AR 71744 Phone: 870-798-3095 Locust Bayou Senior Center Fire Dept Bldg/ Locust Bayou Transportation Route 1, Box 40 Hampton, AR 71744 Pnone: 870-574-0944 Main Provider Office Southwest AR. Development Council 3902 Sanderson Lane Texarkana, AR 71854 Toll-free: 1-800-264-0505 AAA Case Management Southwest Arkansas AAA Citizen Bank Bldg PO Box 643 Fordyce, AR 71742 Phone: 870-352-2846 or Hampton - 798-2852 Housing Assistance Section 8 Housing Assistance Calhoun County Administration Bldg Hampton, AR 71744 (Thursday 9 am to noon) Phone: 870-798-2852 Transportation Southeast Arkansas Transportation Call: 1-800-264-3260 for schedule and appointments . Back to Top of the List Carroll County - Region I Provider Office of Human Concern Aging Services 506 East Spruce PO Box 778 Rogers, AR 72756 Phone: 501-636-7301 Senior Centers Carroll County Senior Activity Center 201 West Madison Avenue Berryville, AR 72616 Phone: 870-423-3265 Housing Area Connection Ozark Meadows Elderly Housing 100 Clive Street Berryville, AR 72616 Phone: 870-423-3265 AAA County Office Area Connection 201-B East Madison PO Box 254 Berryville, AR 72616 Toll Free: 888-286-3613 . Chicot County - Region IV Provider Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas PO Box 8569 Pine Bluff, AR 71611 Phone: 870-543-6300 or 1-800-264-3260 Senior Centers Dermott Senior Center 115 East Iowa PO Box 298 Dermott, AR 71638 Phone: 870-538-3952 Festinger Memorial Senior Citizens Center 751 N. Lakeshore Dr. Lake Village, AR 71653 Phone: 870-265-3035 Eudora Senior Citizens Center Health Services Building PO Box 198 Eudora, AR 71640 Phone: 870-355-2136 Transportation Southeast Arkansas Transportation Call: 1-800-264-3260 for schedule and appointments. AAA In-home/Case Management Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas 310 Main Street PO Box 768 Lake Village, AR 71653 Phone: 870-265-3841 or 1-800-737-1377 Housing for the Elderly Heritage Manor of Dermott 1104 South Trotter Dermott, AR 71638 Phone: 870-538-5541 Heritage Manor of Eudora Route 2, Box 149 Eudora, AR 71640 Phone: 870-355-8672 Clark County - Region VI Provider Central AR Development Council 1303 South Main Malvern, AR 72104 Phone: 501-332-5426 Fax: 337-1942 Senior Centers Arkadelphia Senior Center 1201 South Eighth Arkadelphia, AR 71923 Phone: 870-246-9871 Fax: 246-5036 Gurdon Senior Center 1201 South Eighth Street PO Box 88 Gurdon, AR 71743 Phone: 870-353-2095 Fax: 353-4136 AAA County Office West Central Arkansas AAA 904 Main Street PO Box 756 Arkadelphia, AR 71923 Phone: 870-246-8708 or 1-800-467-2174 Fax: 870-246-6497 . Clay County - Region III Provider Black River Area Dev, Inc. (BRAD) 1403 Hospital Drive Pocahontas, AR 72455 Phone: 870-892-4547 or 1-800-879-4547 Fax: 870-892-0707 Senior Centers Corning Senior Citizens Center 211 Front Street Corning, AR 72422 Phone: 870-857-6308 Piggott Senior Citizens Center Community Building PO Box 122 Piggott, AR 72454 Phone: 870-598-3993 or 870-598-3672 Rector Senior Citizens Center 202 Phillips Drive Rector, AR 72461 Phone: 870-595-3082 AAA County Office East Arkansas AAA 120 North Johnson PO Box 275 Piggott, AR 72454 Phone: 870-598-2939 . Cleburne County - Region II Provider Cleburne County Aging Program PO Box 831 Heber Springs, AR 72543 Phone: 501-362-2413 Senior Centers Heber Springs Senior Citizens Center PO Box 831 Heber Springs, AR 72543 Phone: 501-362-2413 AAA County Office White River AAA PO Box 1024 Heber Springs, AR 72543 Phone: 501-362-8615 Medical Transportation 1-800-382-3205 Housing for the Elderly Regner Apartments, Inc. 75 Cadron Creek Road Quitman, AR 72131 Phone: 1-800-382-3205 Cleveland County - Region IV Provider Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas PO Box 8569 Pine Bluff AR 71611 Phone: 870-543-6300 or 1-800-264-3260 Senior Centers Rison Senior Citizens Center #50 IE Moore Dr. PO Box 382 Rison, AR 71665 Phone: 870-325-6259 Transportation Southeast Arkansas Transportation Call 1-800-264-3260 for schedule and appointments. AAA In-home/Case Management Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas 212 Main PO Box 488 Rison, AR 71665 Phone: 870-325-7455 or 1-800-737-1383 Columbia County - Region VII Provider Columbia County Nutrition and Aging Programs 1417 North Jackson Magnolia, AR 71753 Phone: 870-234-6751 Senior Centers First Presbyterian Church Senior Center 1417 North Jackson Magnolia, AR 71753 Phone: 870-234-6751 Taylor Senior Center Municipal Building Route 1, Box 486 Taylor, AR 71861 Phone: 870-694-2051 Magnolia Housing Authority Senior Center 100 Meadowbrook PO Box 488 Magnolia, AR 71753 Phone: 870-234-5540 AAA Case Management Office AAA of Southwest Arkansas 600 Columbia 11E PO Box 1863 Magnolia, AR 71753 Phone: 870-234-7410 Toll Free: 1-800-272-2127 Housing Assistance Section 8 Rental Assistance City of Magnolia PO Box 1863 Magnolia, AR 71754-1864-1863 Phone: 870-234-7410 (Mon Fri/9 - 12) Adult Day Care Elder Care Adult Day Care 824 West Main Magnolia, AR 71753 Phone: 870-234-0811 Elder House Day Care Center 615 West Cedar Street El Dorado, AR 71730 Phone: 870-875-1711 . Conway County - Region VI Provider Morrilton Human Relations Council 706 North Division Street Morrilton, AR 72110 Phone: 501-354-8044 Fax: 501-354-0502 Senior Centers Morrilton Senior Center 706 North Division Morrilton, AR 72110 Phone: 501-354-8044 Menifee Senior Center General Delivery/Main Street Menifee, AR 72107 Phone: 501-354-9962 Adult Day Care St. Anthony’s Day Care 207 East Broadway Morrilton, AR 72110 Phone: 501-354-3512 Craighead County - Region III Provider Crowley's Ridge Development Council, Inc. PO Box 1497 Jonesboro, AR 72403-1497 Phone: 870-935-8610 Fax: 501-932-4954 Senior Centers Jonesboro Senior Citizens Center 2114-B North Church Jonesboro, AR 72401 Phone: 870-935-7282 Lake City Senior Citizens Center 701 Carter PO Box 564 Lake City, AR 72437 Phone: 870-237-8390 Monette Senior Citizens Center 504 South Williams PO Box 392 Monette, AR 72447 Phone: 870-486-2480 Caraway Senior Citizens Center 102-C East State Street PO Box 695 Caraway, AR 72419 AAA Main Office East Arkansas AAA 2005 East Highland PO Box 5035 Jonesboro, AR 72403 Phone: 870-972-5980 Toll Free: 1-800-467-3278 Adult Day Care Jonesboro Adult Day Care 2114 North Church Jonesboro, AR 72403-1497 Phone: 870-935-6467 Crawford County - Region VIII Provider Crawford County Senior Community in Action, Inc. Crawford Cty Senior Citizens Program PO Box 1251 Van Buren, AR 72956 Phone: 501-474-5378 Senior Centers Van Buren Senior Center 607 Knox PO Box 1316 Van Buren, AR 72956 Phone: 474-5378 Alma Senior Center PO Box 334 Alma, AR 72921 Phone: 501-632-3535 Mountainburg Senior Center PO Box 347 Mountainburg, AR 72946 Phone: 501-369-2643 Mulberry Senior Center PO Box 658 Mulberry, AR 72947 Phone: 501-997-1901 Cedarville Senior Center PO Box 9 Cedarville, AR 72932 Phone: 501-474-5429 AAA County Offices AAA of Western Arkansas 108 South Eighth Street Van Buren, AR 72956 Phone: 474-2350 Crittenden County - Region III Provider East AR Area Agency on Aging PO Box 5035 Jonesboro, AR 72403-5035 Phone: 870-930-2222 or 800-680-6950 Fax: 870-930-2234 Senior Centers Edmondson Senior Citizens Center City Hall PO Box 30 Edmondson, AR 72332-0030 Phone: 870-735-5647 Earle Senior Citizens Center 515 Arkansas Street PO Box 739 Earle, AR 72331-0739 Phone: 870-792-7180 West Memphis Neighborhood Center 1300 East Polk Street PO Box 5069 West Memphis, AR 72301-5069 Phone: 870-735-0075 Adult Day Care West Memphis Adult Day Care 1300 East Polk Neighborhood Center PO Box 5069 West Memphis, AR 72301-5069 Phone: 870-735-5883 AAA County Office East Arkansas AAA 710 Calvin Avery Drive PO Box 142 West Memphis, AR 72301 Phone: 870-735-2262 Home Delivered Meals only United Meals on Wheels 215 North Missouri Street West Memphis, AR 72301 Phone: 870-735-0974 Cross County - Region III Provider East Arkansas Area Agency on Aging PO Box 5035 Jonesboro, AR 72403-5035 Phone: 870-930-2222 1-800-680-6950 Fax: 870-930-2234 Senior Centers Parkin Senior Center 102 Coldren Street PO Box 1032 Parkin, AR 72373-1032 Phone: 870-755-2512 Wynne Senior Citizens Center 204 South Falls Blvd PO Box 1031 Wynne, AR 72396-1031 Phone: 870-238-8304 AAA County Office East Arkansas AAA 668 North Falls PO Box 459 Wynne, AR 72396 Phone: 870-238-3816 Back to Top of the List Dallas County - Region VII Provider Southwest Arkansas Development Council Calhoun and Dallas County Senior Citizens Program 1205 West Third Phone: 870-352-2826 Senior Centers Carthage Senior Center Carthage City Hall PO Box 133 Carthage, AR 71725 Phone: 870-254-2462 Fordyce Senior Center 501 West Second Fordyce, AR 71742 Phone: 870-352-3214 Princeton Senior Center Princeton School Bldg./Highway 8 c/o HC 60 Box 210 Carthage, AR 71763 Phone: 870-254-2256 Sparkman Senior Center Route 1, Box 42 Sparkman, AR 71763 Phone: 870-678-9314 AAA Case Management Area Agency of Southwest Arkansas Citizen Bank Bldg PO Box 643 Fordyce, AR 71742 Phone: 870-352-2422 or 798-2852 (Hampton) Housing Assistance Section 8 Rental Assistance (Fridays only: 9 am to noon) 210 West Third Fordyce, AR 71742 Phone: 870-352-3041 Housing for the Elderly Heritage Manor of Fordyce 507 North Edgar Fordyce, AR 71742 Phone: 870-352-8184 Transportation Southeast Arkansas Transportation Call: 1-800-264-3260 for schedule and appointments. Desha County - Region IV Provider Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas PO Box 8569 Pine Bluff, AR 71611 Phone: 870-543-6300 or 1-800-264-3260 Senior Centers Dumas Senior Citizens Center PO Box 722 224 Bowles Dumas, AR 71639 Phone: 870-382-6117 McGehee Senior Citizen Center 900 Oak St. PO Box 822 McGehee, AR 71654 Phone: 870-222-3434 Transportation Southeast Arkansas Transportation Call: 1-800-264-3260 for schedule and appointments. AAA In-home/Case Management Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas 306 North Second McGehee, AR 71654 Phone: 870-222-6960 or 1-800-737-1515 Housing for the Elderly Heritage Manor of McGehee 1619 South First Street McGehee, AR 71654 Phone: 870-222-6588 Drew County - Region IV Provider City of Monticello City Hall Monticello, AR 71671 Phone: 870-367-2434 Senior Centers Monticello Senior Citizens Center McCloy Park 203 Henley Drive Monticello, AR 71655 Phone: 870-367-2434 Transportation Southeast Arkansas Transportation Call: 1-800-264-3260 for schedule and appointments. AAA In-home/Case Management AAA of Southeast Arkansas 110 East Gaines PO Box 722 Monticello, AR 71655 Phone: 870-367-9873 or 1-800-737-1529 Back to Top of the List Faulkner County - Region V Provider Faulkner County Council on Aging, Inc. Faulkner County Senior Citizens Program PO Box 1429 Conway, AR 72033 Phone: 501-327-2895 Fax: 501-329-0196 Senior Centers Conway Senior Center 1620 Donaghey Avenue Conway, AR 72032 Phone: 501-327-2895 Greenbrier Senior Center 23 North Broadview Greenbrier, AR 72058 Phone: 501-679-3103 Vilonia Senior Center 1112 Main Street Vilonia, AR 72173 Phone: 501-796-2624 Mayflower Senior Center #1 Ashmore Mayflower, AR 72106 Phone: 501-470-3350 Twin Groves Senior Center 10 Twin Groves Lane Twin Groves, AR 72039 Phone: 501-335-7733 *** Not Part of CareLink*** Unity Adult Day Care, Inc. 400 Polk St Conway, AR 72032 Phone: 501-327-3014 AAA County Office CareLink (Central Arkansas AAA) 810 Third Street PO Box 1642 Conway, AR 72033 Phone: 501-329-9488 Fax: 501-329-8915 Franklin County - Region VIII Provider Franklin County Senior Citizens Ctr, Inc. Franklin County Senior Citizens Prog PO Box 565 Ozark, AR 72949 Phone: 501-667-4873 or 938-7187 Senior Centers Ozark Senior Center 324 North Fifth Street PO Box 565 Ozark, AR 72949 Phone: 501-667-4873 or 938-7187 Charleston Senior Center PO Box 305 Charleston, AR 72933 Phone: 501-965-2557 AAA County Offices AAA of Western Arkansas 206 College Street Ozark, AR 72949 Phone: 501-667-4870 AAA of Western Arkansas 211 East Main Charleston, AR 72933 Phone: 501-965-2480 Fulton County - Region II Provider Fulton County Aging Program PO Box 263 Salem, AR 72576 Phone: 870-895-4228 Senior Centers Salem Senior Citizens Center PO Box 263 Salem, AR 72576 Phone: 870-895-3760 Mammoth Spring Senior Citizens Center Mammoth Spring, AR 72554 Phone: 870-625-3621 Viola Senior Citizens Center Viola, AR 72583 Phone: 870-458-2723 AAA County Office White River AAA PO Box 935 Salem, AR 72576 Phone: 870-895-4034 Medical Transportation 1-800-382-3205 Back to Top of the List Garland County - Region VI Provider St. Joseph's Regional Health Center 300 Werner P.O. Box 8428 Hot Springs, AR 71909 Phone: 501-984-5594/Fax: 984-5875 or: 501-622-1000/ Fax: 624-33008 Senior Centers Hot Springs Senior Adult Center 210 Woodbine Hot Springs, AR 71901 Phone: 501-624-0838 Fax: 501-624-3308 McCauley Senior Adult Center 5010 Hwy 7 North PO Box 8428 Hot Springs, AR 71910 Phone: 501-984-5594 Fax: 984-5875 AAA Main Office West Central AR AAA 905 West Grand Avenue Hot Springs, AR 71913 Phone: 501-321-2811 Toll-free: 1-800-467-2170 Fax: 501-321-2650 (Hot Springs) Fax: 501-967-2401 (Russellville) Grant County - Region IV Provider Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas PO Box 8569 Pine Bluff, AR 71611 Phone: 870-543-6300 1-800-264-3260 Senior Centers Sheridan Senior Citizens Center Grant County Park PO Box 484 Sheridan, AR 72150 Phone: 870-942-4824 Housing for the Elderly Heritage Manor of Sheridan 415 West Rose Sheridan, AR 72150 Phone: 870-942-4841 Heritage Court of Sheridan 815 S Shackleford Sheridan, AR 72150 Phone: 870-942-8412 Transportation Southeast Arkansas Transportation Call 1-800-264-3260 for schedule and appointments AAA In-home/Case Management Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas 811 E. Center Sheridan, AR 72150 Phone: 870-942-4842 or 1-800-737-1627 Greene County - Region III Provider B.E.E.S. (Busily Enjoying Everyday Seniors) Community Center PO Box 413 Paragould, AR 72451 Phone: 870-239-4093 Fax: 870-239-0881 Senior Centers OMI Mini Rise Senior Center 100 West Walnut Paragould, AR 72450 Phone: 870-239-8739 Paragould Senior Center (Community Center) West 12th and Court Street PO Box 413 Paragould, AR 72451 Phone: 870-239-4094 AAA County Office East Arkansas AAA 407 Vine PO Box 457 Paragould, AR 72451 Phone: 870-236-3903 Back to Top of the List Hempstead County - Region VII Provider Southwest Arkansas Dev Council, Inc. Hempstead County Senior Citizen Prog 104 South Main PO Box 574 Hope, AR 71801 Phone: 870-777-2380 Senior Center Hope Senior Center 104 South Main PO Box 574 Hope, AR 71801 Phone: 870-777-1345 AAA Case Management Office Southwest AR AAA 901 South Main PO Box 1126 Hope, AR 71801 Phone: 870-777-3105 or 870-921-4405 Hot Spring County - Region VI Provider Central Akansas Development Council 1303 South Main Malvern, AR 72104 Phone: 501-332-5426 Fax: 337-1942 Senior Center Malvern Senior Center 836 Acme Malvern, AR 72104 Phone: 501-332-5374 Fax: 332-4005 AAA Information 1-800-467-2174 Howard County - Region VII Provider Southwest Arkansas Development Council Howard County Senior Citizens Program 206 East Howard Nashville, AR 71852 Phone: 870-845-4706 Senior Centers Nashville Senior Citizens Center 206 East Howard Nashville, AR 71852 Phone: 870-845-2859 Dierks Senior Center PO Box 327 Dierks, AR 71833-0327 Phone: 870-286-2218 AAA Case Management Office Southwest Arkansas AAA 206 East Howard Nashville, AR 71852 Phone: 870-845-5040 Housing Assistance Section 8 Rental Assistance Mon/Wed/Fri (9 am to noon) 206 East Howard Nashville, AR 71852 Phone: 501-845-4223 Back to Top of the List Independence County - Region II Provider Independence County Aging Program 1590 College Street Batesville, AR 72501 Phone: 870-793-8821 Senior Centers Batesville Senior Citizens Center 1590 College Street Batesville, AR 72501 Phone: 870-793-8821 Newark Senior Citizens Center Legion Hut Building Newark, AR 72562 Phone: 870-799-3020 Cord Senior Center c/o Cord Fire Department Community Center Cord, AR 72524 (Friday only) Phone: 870-799-8031 Oil Trough Senior Center Community Center PO Box 179 Oil Trough, AR 72564 (Tues. Thur.) Phone: 870-264-3221 (City Hall) Pleasant Plains Senior Center Community Center 470 Hideout Road PO Box 181 Pleasant Plains, AR 72568 (No phone) AAA Main Office White River AAA PO Box 2637 Batesville, AR 72503 Phone: 870-793-4431 or 1-800-382-3205 Medical Transportation Call: 1-800-382-3205 or 870-793-4431 Housing for the Elderly Spring Creek Manor, Inc. 400 South Main Street Sulpher Rock, AR 72579 Phone: 1-800-382-3205 Adult Day Care Care and Share Adult Day Services 1500 East College Street Batesville, AR 72503 Phone: 870-793-8821 Izard County - Region II Provider Northcentral Arkansas Development Council, Inc. PO Box 770 Melbourne, AR 72556 Phone: 870-368-4420 Senior Centers Izard County Senior Citizens Center PO Box 770 Melbourne, AR 72556-0770 Phone: 870-368-4420 AAA County Office White River AAA PO Box 127 Melbourne, AR 72556 Phone: 870-368-5360 Medical Transportation Call: 1-800-382-3205 Back to Top of the List Jackson County - Region II Provider Jackson County Aging Program PO Box 276 Newport, AR 72112 Phone: 870-523-2842 Senior Center Shearer Senior Citizens Center PO Box 276 Newport, AR 72112 Phone: 870-523-5650 AAA County Office White River Area Agency on Aging 1904 McClain Newport, AR 72112 Phone: 870-523-5006 Medical Transportation Call 1-800-382-3205 Jefferson County - Region IV Provider and AAA Main Office Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas 709 East Eighth PO Box 8569 Pine Bluff, AR 71611 Ph: 870-543-6300 1-800-264-3260 Senior Centers Altheimer/Wabbaseka Senior Center Fourth Edline PO Box 283 Altheimer, AR 72004 Phone: 870-766-8257 Oakland Park Senior Center c/o AAA of SE AR 709 East Eighth PO Box 8569 Pine Bluff, AR 71611 Phone: 870-543-6282 Adult Day Care The Elizabeth Day Care Center 318 South Cherry Street Pine Bluff, AR 71601 Phone: 870-534-5045 AAA In-home/Case Management Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas 709 East Eighth PO Box 8569 Pine Bluff, AR 71601 Phone: 870-543-6300 or 1-800-264-3260 Housing for the Elderly Heritage Manor of Pine Bluff 3217 Old Warren Road Pine Bluff, AR 71603 Phone: 870-543-6281 Brett H. Bradshaw Manor 2008 Ridgway Road Pine Bluff, AR 71603 Phone: 870-541-0667 Heritage Court of Pine Bluff 2800 West 31st Avenue Pine Bluff, AR 71603 Phone: 870-534-1522 Heritage Villa of Pine Bluff 308 West 37th Pine Bluff, AR 71603 Phone: 870-534-6296 . Transportation Southeast Arkansas Transportation Call: 1-800-264-3260 New Life Adult Day Health Care 400 South Hutchinson Pine Bluff, AR 71601 Divine Adult Day Health Care 3400 West 34th Pine Bluff, AR 71601 Phone: 870-535-3282 Johnson County - Region VI Provider Counseling Associates, Inc. 1008 West Main Russellville, AR 72801 Phone: 870-968-7667 Fax: 501-967-9203 Senior Center Clarksville Senior Center 1421 Oakland Street Clarksville, AR 72830 Phone: 501-754-6148 Fax: Same AAA Information 1-800-467-2171 Administration Office AAA of West Center Arkansas 103 West Parkway PO Box 2029 Russellville, AR 72801 Phone: 501-988-4340 Fax: 501-967-2401 AAA County Office AAA of West Central Arkansas 103 West Parkway Dr, Suite A Russellville, AR 72801 Phone: 501-967-9300 or 1-800-467-2171 Back to Top of the List Lafayette County - Region VII Provider Southwest Ar. Development Council, Inc. Lafayette County Senior Citizens Program PO Box 127 Stamps, AR 71860 Phone: 870-533-2345 Senior Centers Bradley Senior Center Highway 29 South PO Box 154 Bradley, AR 71826 Phone: 870-894-3535 Stamps Senior Citizens Center Ellis Middle School PO Box 127 Stamps, AR 71860 Phone: 870-533-2345 AAA Case Management Office Southwest Arkansas AAA 901 South Main PO Box 1126 Hope, AR 71801 Phone: 870-777-3105 or 501-921-4405 Housing Assistance Section 8 Rental Assistance DHS Bldg/Hwy 29 North Lewisville, AR 71845 (Thursdays 9 am to noon) Phone: 870-921-4405 Lawrence County - Region III Provider Black River Area Development, Inc. 1403 Hospital Drive Pocahontas, AR 72455 Phone: 870-892-4547 1-800-879-4047 Fax: 501-892-0707 Senior Centers Black Rock Senior Citizens Center City Hall/Main Street PO Box 154 Black Rock, AR 72415 Phone: 870-878-6627 Imboden Senior Citizens Center 102 Fouth Street PO Box 83 Imboden, AR 72434 Phone: 870-869-2131 Walnut Ridge Senior Citizens Center Eighth Southern PO Box 441 Walnut Ridge, AR 72476 Phone: 870-886-7554 AAA County Office East Arkansas AAA 31 Old Pocahontas Road PO Box 269 Walnut Ridge, AR 72476 Phone: 870-886-2460 Lee County - Region III Provider Lee County Cooperative Clinic 530 West Atkins Blvd Marianna, AR 72360 Phone: 870-295-5225 Fax: 295-6900 Senior Centers Marianna Senior Citizens Center 43 West Mississippi Marianna, AR 72360 Phone: 870-295-5224 AAA County Office East Arkansas AAA 602 East Cross Street PO Box 586 Forrest City, AR 72336 Phone: 870-295-5924 Lincoln County - Region IV Provider Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas PO Box 8569 Pine Bluff, AR 71601 Phone: 870-543-6300 or 1-800-264-3260 Senior Centers Lincoln City Senior Citizens Center 201 North Drew PO Box 158 Star City, AR 71667 Phone: 870-628-5144 AAA In-home/Case Management/Hospice Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas 700 South Lincoln PO Box 158 Star City, AR 71667 Phone: 870-628-5147 or 1-800-737-2017 Transportation Southeast Arkansas Transportation Call 1-800-264-3260 for schedule or appointment Little River County - Region VII Provider Southwest Ark Development Council, Inc. Little River Senior Citizens Prog PO Box 2 Ashdown, AR 71822 Phone: 870-898-2808 Ashdown Senior Citizens Center 1321 Gordon Drive Mail to: PO Box 2 Ashdown, AR 71822 Phone: 870-898-2275 Senior Centers Foreman Senior Citizens Center Boy Scouts Kiwanis Bdg Route 2, Box 6 A 3 Foreman, AR 71836 Phone: 870-542-6253 AAA Case Management Office Southwest Arkansas AAA Third Heynecker PO Box 221 DeQueen, AR 71832 Phone: 501-642-3540 Logan County - Region VIII Provider Logan County Senior Citizens, Inc. Logan County Sr Citizen Program 331 South First Street Paris, AR 72855 Phone: 501-963-3475 Senior Centers Booneville Senior Center PO Box 156 Booneville, AR 72927 Phone: 501-675-4851 Paris Senior Center 331 South First Street Paris, AR 72855 Phone: 501-963-3475 Housing for the Elderly Heritage Village of Booneville, Inc. Booneville, AR 72927 Phone: 501-675-4851 Heritage Village of Paris, Inc. Paris, AR 72855 Phone: 501-963-3475 AAA County Offices AAA of Western Arkansas 551 East Third Booneville, AR 72927 Phone: 501-675-4234 AAA of Western Arkansas 333 South First Street PO Box 603 Paris, AR 72855 Phone: 501-963-6868 Lonoke County - Region V Provider Lonoke County Council on Aging, Inc. #1 Newberry Drive PO Box 199 Lonoke, AR 72086 Phone: 501-676-6971 Fax: 501-676-2964 Senior Centers Lone Oak Nutrition Center #1 Newberry Drive Community Bldg. Lonoke, AR 72086 Phone: 501-676-6971 Cabot Senior Citizens Center 600 North Grant Cabot, AR 72023 Phone: 501-843-2196 England Senior Citizens Center 100 East Taylor England, AR 72046 Phone: 501-842-3591 AAA County Office CareLink (Central Arkansas AAA) Heritage Plaza 1102 S. Pine, Suite #1 PO Box 5005 Cabot, AR 72023 Phone: 501-843-6511 Fax: 501-843-0642 Carlisle Nutrition Center Salvage Square Apartments Highway 70 Carlisle, AR 72024 Phone: 501-552-7429 . Back to Top of the List Madison County - Region I Provider Office of Human Concern Aging Services Division 506 East Spruce PO Box 778 Rogers, AR 72757-0778 Phone: 501-636-7301 Senior Center Madison County Senior Service Center 903 North College PO Box 598 Huntsville, AR 72740 Phone: 501-738-2750 AAA County Office Area Connection 903 North College PO Box 1047 Huntsville, AR 72740 Phone: 501-738-2524 Toll Free: 888-286-3614 Adult Day Care Countryside Health Care, Inc. 706 Phillips PO Box 1108 Huntsville, AR 72740 Phone: 501-738-1500 Marion County - Region I Provider Northwest AR Economic Dev Dist Aging Services Division 818 Hwy 62-65 North PO Box 190 Harrison, AR 72602-0190 Phone: 870-741-5404 Senior Centers Marion County Senior Services Center Fallen Ash Road Hwy 202 PO Box 728 Flippin, AR 72634 Phone: 870-453-8488 Bull Shoals Senior Activity Center Bull Shoals City Hall West Broadway Bull Shoals, AR 72619 (Mon. - Thurs.) Telephone: 870-445-4775 Housing Dogwood Apartments #4 Kingsway Drive Bull Shoals, AR 72619 Phone: 870-445-7191 Senior Centers AAA County Office Area Connection Fallen Ash Road Hwy 202 PO Box 1130 Flippin, AR 72634-1130 Phone: 870-453-7000 Toll Free: 888-286-3618 Miller County - Region VII Provider Southwest Arkansas Development Council 3902 Sanderson Lane Texarkana, AR 71854 Phone: 870-773-5504 Toll-free: 1-800-264-0505 or 1-800-814-2103 Housing Opportunities, Inc. Nutrition Program/Texarkana Special Education Center 6101 North State Line Texarkana, TX 75503 Phone: (903) 793-3151 Adult Day Care Golden Years Adult Daycare Center 408 Hazel St. Texarkana, AR 71854 870-772-1299 Senior Centers College Hill Senior Citizens Program College Hill Neighborhood Center 1002 Ferguson Street Texarkana, AR 71854 Phone: 870-772-4436 North Heights Senior Citizens Program North Heights Community Center 2923 Hickory Street Mail to: 206 East 38th Texarkana, AR 71854 Phone: 870-772-8423 Sandflat Senior Citizens Program Sandflat Community Center PO Box 1046 Texarkana, AR 75504 Phone: 870-774-0867 Fouke Senior Citizens Center First Baptist Church PO Box 353 Fouke, AR 71837 Phone: 870-653-4648 Texarkana Senior Citizens Center Texarkana Housing Opportunities Complex 600 East 43rd Street Texarkana, AR 71854 Phone: 870-772-2573 AAA Case Management Office Southwest Arkansas AAA Miller County Courthouse 400 Laurel Street Suite #7 Texarkana, AR 71854 Phone: 870-773-0051 Mississippi County - Region III Provider Mississippi County Senior Citizens 1101 David Lane Blytheville, AR 72315 Phone: 870-762-1222 Fax: 763-1226 Senior Centers Blytheville Senior Citizens Center 1101 David Lane Blytheville, AR 72315 Phone: 870-762-1222 Fax: 870-763-1226 Joiner Senior Citizens Center South Hwy 61 PO Box 402 Joiner, AR 72350 Phone: 870-537-4609 Leachville Senior Citizens Center Route 2, Box C-9 Housing Authority Bldg., #5 Reed Leachville, AR 72438 Phone: 870-539-2321 Osceola Senior Citizens Center Old Rosenwald Bldg. 701 North Walnut Osceola, AR 72370 Phone: 870-563-1314 Adult Day Care Mississippi County Adult Day Care Center 1101 David Lane Blytheville, AR 72315 Phone: 870-762-1222 AAA County Office East Arkansas AAA 1301 North 10th, Suite C Blytheville, AR 72315 Phone: 870-763-2278 Monroe County - Region V Provider Mid-Delta Community Services 610 South Biscoe Street Helena, AR 72342 Phone: 870-338-6408 Fax: 870-338-3629 Senior Centers Clarendon Senior Citizens Center 800 Monroe Street Clarendon, AR 72029 Phone: 870-747-5610 Senior Centers Brinkley Senior Citizens Center 705 West Sixth Brinkley, AR 72021 Phone: 870-734-1236 AAA County Office CareLink/Central Arkansas AAA 803 Jefferson Street PO Box 215 Clarendon, AR 72029 Phone: 870-747-3388 Fax: 870-747-3846 Montgomery County - Region VI Provider Central Arkansas Development Council 1303 South Main Malvern, AR 72014 Phone: 501-332-5426 Fax: 337-1942 Senior Center Mt. Ida Senior Center General Delivery/Civic Center Mt. Ida, AR 71957 Phone: 870-867-2313 Fax: 501-867-4544 AAA Contact Number Phone: 1-800-467-2170 Supervised Living Mt. Ida Retirement Center HC 63 Box 188 Mt. Ida, AR 71957 Phone: 870-867-4649 Nevada County - Region VII Provider Southwest AR Development Council, Inc. Nevada County Senior Citizens Program PO Box 538 Prescott, AR 71857 Phone: 870-887-5171 Senior Center Prescott Senior Citizens Center 304 East Vine PO Box 538 Prescott, AR 71857 Phone: 870-887-5151 AAA County Office Southwest ArkansasAAA Courthouse Annex Nashville, AR 71852 Phone: 870-845-4223 Back to Top of the List Newton County - Region I Provider Northwest AR. Economic Dev Dist Aging Services Division PO Box 190 Harrison, AR 72602-0190 Phone: 870-741-5404 Senior Center Newton County/Elderway Senior Activity Center Clark Hwy 7 PO Box 41 Jasper, AR 72641 Phone: 870-446-5531 Adult Day Care Center ElderCare Resource Center North Stone Street PO Box 99 Jasper, AR 72641 Phone: 870-446-6260 AAA County Office Area Connection lark and Hwy 7 Jasper, AR 72641 Phone: 870-446-2337 Toll Free: 888-286-3619 Back to Top of the List Ouachita County - Region VII Provider Southwest AR Dev Council, Inc. Ouachita County Senior Citizen Centers 465 Columbia Street Camden, AR 71701 Phone: 870-836-6314 Senior Centers Camden Senior Citizens Center 465 Columbia Avenue SW Mail to: 474 California Camden, AR 71701 Phone: 870-836-6314 Camden Senior Citizens Center 474 California Ave SW Camden, AR 71701 Phone: 870-836-6314 Chidester Senior Center Hwy 57 West PO Box 37 Chidester, AR 71726 Phone: 870-685-2969 Bearden Senior Center Lions Club Building PO Box 100 Bearden AR 71720 Phone: 870-687-3313 Adult Day Care Ouachita Daily Living 638 California Drive Camden, AR 71701 Phone: 870-836-4106 AAA Case Management Office Southwest Arkansas AAA 474 California PO Box 862 Camden, AR 71701 Phone: 870-836-8362 Back to Top of the List Perry County - Region VI Provider Morrilton Human Relations Council 706 North Division Street Morrilton, AR 72110 Phone: 501-354-0502 Fax: 501-354-0502 Senior Center Perryville Senior Center Magnolia and Main PO Box 655 Perryville, AR 72126 Phone: 501-889-5587 AAA Information 1-800-467-2173 Phillips County - Region III Provider Mid-Delta Community Services 610 South Biscoe Helena, AR 72342 Phone: 870-338-6407 Fax: 870-338-3629 Senior Centers West Helena Senior Citizens Center 407 DeSoto Street West Helena AR 72390 Phone: 870-827-2879 Lakeview Senior Citizens Center 14264 Hwy 44 City Hall West Helena, AR 72342 Phone: 870-827-6341 Marvell Senior Citizens Center 302 Hwy 49 PO Box 726 Marvell, AR 72366-0726 Phone: 870-829-3021 AAA County Office East Arkansas AAA 617 Walnut Room 220 Helena, AR 72342 Phone: 870-338-7136 Fax: 870-338-6872 Adult Day Care Simpson’s Adult Elderly Care 803 Cherry Street Helena, AR 72342 Phone: 870-338-6677 Southland Adult Day Care 4616 Hwy 242 West Road Lexa, AR 72355 Phone: 870-572-2966 Pike County - Region VI Provider Central Arkansas Development Council 1303 South Main Malvern, AR 72104 Phone: 501-332-5426 Fax: 337-1942 Senior Centers Murfreesboro Senior Center 218 Second Ave Drawer 373 Murfreesboro, AR 71958 Phone: 870-285-2312 Fax: 870-285-2446 Glenwood Senior Center Fairgrounds PO Box 1688 Glenwood, AR 71943 Phone: 870-356-4212 Fax: 501-356-4743 AAA Information 1-800-467-2174 Poinsett County - Region III Provider Crowley's Ridge Dev Council, Inc. PO Box 1497 Jonesboro, AR 72403-1497 Phone: 870-935-8610 Fax: 870-935-0291 Senior Centers Harrisburg Senior Center 110 North East Street PO Box 442 Harrisburg, AR 72432 Phone: 870-578-2871 Lepanto Senior Citizens Ctr 100 Stevens Square PO Box 152 Lepanto, AR 72354 Phone: 870-475-6005 Marked Tree Senior Citizens Center 212 Tenth Street PO Box 208 Marked Tree, AR 72365 Phone: 870-358-3751 Trumann Senior Citizens Center 351 Campbell Campbell Civic Center PO Box 308 Trumann, AR 72472 Phone: 870-483-2122 AAA County Office East Arkansas AAA 351 Campbell Ave. PO Box 419 Trumann, AR 72472 Phone: 870-483-2532 Adult Day Care Trumann Adult Day Care Center 351 Campbell Ave PO Box 308 Trumann, AR 72472-0308 Phone: 870-483-2122 Polk County - Region VIII Provider Polk County Senior Adults, Inc. Polk County Senior Center PO Box 750 Mena, AR 71953-0750 Phone: 501-394-5459 Senior Center Polk County Senior Center 623 Sherwood Avenue Mena, AR 71953 Phone: 501-394-5459 AAA County Offices AAA of Western Arkansas 100 Polk Wickes, AR 71973 Phone: 501-385-2361 AAA of Western Arkansas 600 Seventh Street Mena, AR 71953 Phone: 501-394-5458 Pope County - Region VI Provider Counseling Associates, Inc. 1008 West Main Street Russellville, AR 72801 Phone: 501-968-7667 Fax: 501-968-9203 Senior Centers Russellville Senior Center 105 South Rochester Russellville, AR 72801 Phone: 501-968-5039 Fax: Same AAA Regional Branch Office AAA of West Central Arkansas 103 West Parkway Suite 2 A Russellville, AR 72801 Phone: 501-967-9300 Fax: 967-2401 Toll-free: 1-800-467-2171 Prairie County - Region V Provider CareLink (Central Arkansas AAA) Project M.O.U.N.T.A.I.N 700 Riverfront PO Box 5988 North Little Rock, AR 72119 Phone: 1-800-482-6359 or 501-372-5300 Fax: 501-688-7437 Senior Centers Des Arc Senior Citizens Program) Second and Erwin PO Box 996 Des Arc, AR 72040 Phone: 870-256-3751 AAA County Office CareLink (Central Arkansas AAA) 63 Highway 70 PO Box 416 DeValls Bluff, AR 72041 Phone: 501-998-2574 Fax: 870-998-2576 Pulaski County - Region V Provider CareLink (Central Arkansas AAA) Pulaski County Senior Center Services 706 West Fourth Street PO Box 5988 North Little Rock, AR 72119 Phone: 501-372-5300 Fax: 501-688-7443 Senior Centers - North Little Rock Campus Tower Senior Center 1101 East 7th Street North LIttle Rock, AR 72114 Phone: 501-374-1352 Glenview Recreation Center 4800 East 19th Street North Little Rock, AR 72114 Phone: 501-945-2921 Heritage House Activity Center 2301 Division Street North Little Rock, AR 72114 Phone: 501-758-9941 Rose City Recreation Center 400 Rose Lane North Little Rock, AR 72117 Phone: 501-945-2812 Willow House Senior Center 2500 Willow Street North Little Rock, AR 72114 Phone: 501-758-3794 Senior Centers - Little Rock East End Senior Center 2500 East Sixth Street Little Rock, AR 72202 Phone: 501-375-9132 Camp Aldersgate 2000 Aldersgate Road Little Rock, AR 72205 (Thursdays) Phone: 501-225-1444 Ottenheimer Senior Center 7201 Dahlia Drive Little Rock, AR 72209 Phone: 501-565-0140 Dunbar Senior Center 1001 West 16th Street Little Rock, AR 72202 Phone: 501-376-1084 College Station Senior Center 4904 Frazier Pike Little Rock, AR 72056 Phone: 501-490-0561 Cumberland Towers Senior Center 311 East Eighth Little Rock, AR 72202 Phone: 374-1928 Jacksonville Provider Jacksonville Senior Center, Inc. PO Box 613 Jacksonville, AR 72076 Phone: 501-982-7531 Senior Centers Jacksonville Senior Center 100 Victory Circle PO Box 613 Jacksonville, AR 72076 Phone: 501-982-7531 or 982-7532 McAlmont Senior Center 1824 East 46th North Little Rock, AR 72117 Phone: 501-945-7331 City of Sherwood Senior Center Senior Citizens Center 2301 Thornhill Drive Sherwood, AR 72120 Phone: 501-834-5770 (Sherwood residents 50+ No fee) Adult Day Care St. Lukes Respite Care Center 4106 John F. Kennedy Blvd North Little Rock, AR 72116 (Thursday only) Phone: 501-753-4281 Pulaski Heights Adult Day Care 4823 Woodlawn Little Rock, AR 72205 (Tuesdays) Phone: 225-1882 (Jo Gillam, Dir) Geyer Springs Adult Day Care 5500 Geyer Springs Road Little Rock, AR 72209 (Thursdays) Phone: 565-2218 CareLink (Central Arkansas AAA) Senior Adult Day Care 2217 West Seventh Westside Baptist Church Little Rock, AR 72204 Phone: 501-376-8852 Kenneth J. Pennebaker Center for Adults 407 West 25th North Little Rock, AR 72114 Phone: 501-753-8756 VA Hospital Adult Day Health Care Center VA Medical Center North Little Rock Division North Little Rock, AR 72114 Phone: 501-661-1202, Ext. 4163 AAA Main Office CareLink (Central Arkansas AAA) 700 Riverfront Drive PO Box 5988 North Little Rock, 72119 Phone: 688-7440/Fax: 688-7437 or 812-0550/Fax: 815-2015 AAA County Office CareLink (Central Arkansas AAA) 706 West Fourth Street PO Box 5988 North Little Rock, AR 72119 Phone: 501-372-5300 Toll Free: 1-800-482-6359 Fax: 688-7443 FOR FEE SENIOR ACTIVITIES City of Little Rock/Provider University Park Adult Center 6401 West 12th Street Little Rock, AR 72204 Phone: 501-666-3585 Under age 62/$1 per day Age 63-74/$.50 per day Age 75+/free *No meals provided *Extra fees for classes Senior Citizens Activities Today (SCAT) 1800 South Broadway Little Rock, AR 72206 Phone: 374-0123 (Call for fee schedule) Back to Top of the List Randolph County - Region III Provider Black River Area Dev Inc. 1403 Hospital Drive Pocahontas, AR 72455 Phone: 870-892-4547 or 1-800-879-4047 Senior Centers Maynard Senior Citizens Center Community Building PO Box 239 Maynard, AR 72444 Phone: 870-647-2782 Pocahontas Senior Citizens Center 1403 Hospital Drive Pocahontas, AR 72455 Phone: 870-892-8473 Ravenden Springs Senior Citizens Center #15 Oak American Legion Hut PO Box 55 Ravenden Springs, AR 72460 Phone: 870-869-2522 Biggers/Reyno Senior Citizens Center Community Building PO Box 35 Biggers, AR 72413 Phone: 870-769-2235 AAA County Office East Arkansas AAA 1320 Dalton Street PO Box 542 Pocahontas, AR 72455 Phone: 870-892-5451 Back to Top of the List Saline County - Region V Provider Central Arkansas Development Council 722 Gaunt PO Box 580 Benton, AR 72018 Phone: 501-315-1121 Fax: 501-778-9120 Provider Program Office CADC Operations 1303 South Main Street Malvern AR 72104 Phone: 501-332-5426 Fax: 501-337-1942 Senior Centers Saline County Senior Adult Center 210 Jefferson Street Benton, AR 72015 Phone: 501-315-0645 Bryant Senior Adult Center 702 S W Third Street Bryant, AR 72022 Phone: 501-847-0809 AAA County Office CareLink/Central Arkansas AAA 2101 Congo Rd., Suite 500 PO Box 1245 Benton, AR 72018 Phone: 501-778-6912 Fax: 501-778-5493 *** Adult Day Care (not CareLink)*** Spears Adult Day Care Center 1506 Hudson Street Benton, AR 72015 Phone: 501-776-1440 Scott County - Region VIII Provider Scott County Senior Citizens, Inc. 1310 Clyde Hawkins Drive Waldron, AR 72958 Phone: 501-637-3538 Senior Centers Parks Senior Center PO Box 8 Parks, AR 72950 Phone: 501-577-2612 Waldron Senior Center 1310 Clyde Hawkins Drive Waldron, AR 72958 Phone: 501-637-3538 AAA County Office AAA of Western Arkansas 1325 Clyde Hawkins Drive Waldron, AR 72958 Phone: 501-637-4795 Housing for the Elderly Waldron Apartments 1310 Clyde Hawkins Drive Route 3, Box 183 AAA-100 Waldron, AR 72958 Phone: 501-637-3538 Searcy County - Region I Provider Northwest AR Economic Dev Dist Aging Services Division 818 Hwy 62-65 North PO Box 190 Harrison, AR 72602-0190 Phone: 870-741-5404 Senior Centers Searcy County Senior Services Center Zack Road PO Box 806 Marshall, AR 72650 Phone: 870-448-2999 Leslie Senior Center (Volunteer) c/o Leslie Community Center High Street Leslie, AR 72645 (Mon. - Thurs.) Phone: 870-447-2516 AAA County Office Area Connection Searcy Senior Center PO Box 337 Marshall, AR 72650-0337 Phone: 870-448-3155 Toll Free: 888-286-3617 Sebastian County - Region VIII Provider Sebastian Retired Citizens Association, Inc. PO Box 1300 Greenwood, AR 72936 Phone: 501-996-6581 Senior Centers Sebastian County Retired Citizens Greenwood Senior Activity Center PO Box 1300 Greenwood, AR 72936 Phone: 501-996-6581 Hartford Senior Activity Center 182 Broadway Street PO Box 345 Hartford, AR 72938 Phone: 501-639-2816 Mansfield Senior Activity Center PO Box 104 Mansfield, AR 72944 Phone: 501-928-4429 Sebastian Cty Retired Citizens Barling Senior Activity Center 1605 M Street PO Box 572 Barling, AR 72923 Phone: 501-452-1187 Lvaca Senior Center PO Box 456 Lavaca, AR 72941 Phone: 501-674-5577 Midtown Senior Center 1411 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith, AR 72901 Phone: 501-782-1192 Senior Centers Beckman Senior Center 2100 North 31st Street Fort Smith, AR 72904 Phone: 501-785-0065 Ray Baker Senior Center PO Box 4717 Fort Smith, AR 72904 Phone: 501-782-0386 St. John's Community Center 1834 North Eighth Street Fort Smith, AR 72904 Phone: 501-782-7341 AAA Main Office AAA of Western Arkansas PO Box 1724 Fort Smith, AR 72902 Phone: 501-783-5550 Toll-free: 1-800-737-1827 AAA County Office s AAA of Western Arkansas #4 Town Square PO Box 1060 Greenwood, AR 7293 Phone: 501-996-7124 AAA of Western Arkansas 102 Bolan SE PO Box 279 Hartford, AR 72938 Phone: 501-639-2997 Housing for the Elderly Heritage Village of Barling, Inc. 1601 M Street Barling, AR 72923 Phone: 501-452-1187 Adult Day Care Fountain of Youth Adult Day Care 2409 East 56th Street Suite 121 PO Box 180143 Fort Smith, AR 72918 Phone: 501-484-7782 Sevier County - Region VII Provider Southwest Ark. Development Council, Inc. Sevier County Senior Citizen Prog PO Box 272 Horatio, AR 71842 Phone: 870-584-3995 Senior Centers DeQueen Senior Citizens Center 320 West Gilson DeQueen, AR 71832 (Tues Thurs - 9 am to noon) Phone: 870-584-3995 Horatio Senior Citizens Center Old Harmony Baptist Church PO Box 2 Horatio, AR 71842 Phone: 870-832-4961 Lockesburg Senior Citizens Center/Community Center PO Box 54 Lockesburg, AR 71846 Phone: 870-289-6871 Ben Lomond Senior Citizens Center Community Center (in Ben Lomand) Route 2 Box 103 Lockesburg, AR 71846 Phone: 870-289-6871 AAA Case Management Office Southwest Arkansas AAA Third Heynecker PO Box 221 DeQueen, AR 71832 Phone: 870-642-3540 Housing Assistance Section 8 Rental Assistance 3rd and Heynecker DeQueen, AR 71832 Phone: 870-584-4743 Sharp County - Region II Provider Northcentral Ark. Dev. Council, Inc. PO Box 770 Melbourne, AR 72556-0770 Phone: 870-368-4420 Senior Centers Ash Flat Senior Citizens Center Route 1, Box 39 AA Ash Flat, AR 72513 Phone: 870-994-2174 Cave City Senior Citizens Center PO Box 362 Cave City, AR 72521 Phone: 870-283-6600 Hardy Senior Citizens Center PO Box 474 Hardy, AR 72542 Phone: 870-856-2175 Sidney Senior Citizens Center Route 1, Box 39 B Sidney, AR 72577 Phone: 870-283-6556 AAA County Office White River AAA Midway Plaza Suite 7 A Hardy AR 72542 Phone: 870-856-2206 Medical Transportation Call 1-800-382-3205 St. Francis County - Region III Provider East Arkansas Area Agency on Aging PO Box 5035 Jonesboro AR 72403-5035 Phone: 1-870-930-2222 or 1-800-680-6950 Fax: 870-892-0707 Senior Centers Forrest City Senior Citizens Center 38 Grobmeyer Circle PO Box 1456}Forrest City, AR 72336-1426 Phone: 870-633-5518 Hughes Senior Citizens Center 17th Broadway PO Box 662 Hughes, AR 72348 Phone: 870-339-2865 AAA County Office East Arkansas AAA 602 East Cross PO Box 586 Forrest City, AR 72335 Phone: 870-633-2248 Adult Day Care East Central Adult Day Care 38 Grobmeyer Circle PO Box 1456 Forrest City, AR 72336-1436 Phone: 870-633-1727 Stone County - Region II Provider Northcentral AR Dev Council, Inc. PO Box 770 Melbourne, AR 72556-0770 Phone: 870-368-4420 Senior Centers Mountain View Senior Citizens Center PO Box 6000 Mountain View, AR 72560 Phone: 870-269-3101 AAA County Office White River AAA O Drawer 1320 Mountain View, AR 72560 Phone: 870-269-3807 Medical Transportation Call: 1-800-382-3205 Back to Top of the List Union County - Region VII Provider Community Living Arrangement, Inc. 714 West Grove El Dorado, AR 71730 Phone: 870-863-8194 Senior Centers El Dorado Senior Citizens Center 1101 Northwest Ave El Dorado, AR 71730 Phone: 870-862-1713 Smackover Senior Citizen Center 505 1/2 West Seventh Mail to: 4689 Lisbon Road Smackover, AR 71762 Phone: 870-725-9905 Transportation Transnet/RSVP (Volunteer transport) 1865 Northwest Ave El Dorado, AR 71730 Phone: 870-862-4759 Southeast Arkansas Transportation Call 1-800-264-3260 for schedule AAA Case Management Office AAA of Southwest Arkansas 217 South Jefferson, Suite 135 El Dorado, AR 71730 Phone: 870-862-6051 Housing Assistance Section 8 Rental Assistance (Mon - Fri 9 am to noon) 217 South Jefferson, Suite 135 PO Box 1512 El Dorado, AR 71730 Phone: 870-863-8562 Back to Top of the List Van Buren County - Region II Provider Van Buren County Aging Program 570 Yellow Jacket Lane Clinton, Arkansas 72031 501-745-2244 email@example.com Clinton Senior Center 570 Yellow Jacket Lane Clinton, Arkansas 72031 Monday - Thursday 501-745-2244 Fairfield Bay Senior Center 385 Dave Creek Parkway Fairfield Bay, Arkansas 72088 Tues- Friday 501-745-884-7800 Shirley Senior Center Hwy 9 Community Building Shirley, Arkansas 72153 Tues - Friday 501-745-723-4669 Scotland Senior Center Hwy 95 Community Building Scotland, Arkansas 72141 Monday, Wed., Friday 501-592-3377 AAA County Office White River AAA 570 Yellow Jacket Lane Clinton, AR 72301 Phone: 501-745-4002 Adult Day Care Miss Sharon’s Adult Day Care HC63 Box 228-1 Clinton, AR 72031 Phone: 501-745-2694 Medical Transportation Call: 1-800-382-3205 Back to Top of the List Washington County - Region I Provider Council on Aging/ Elderly Services Nutrition Program 901 South College Fayetteville, AR 72701 Phone: 501-582-1604 Senior Centers Prairie Grove Senior Activity Center Ed Staggs Drive PO Box 765 Prairie Grove, AR 72753 Phone: 501-846-2794 Springdale Senior Activity Center Jones Center for Families 922 East Emma PO Box 264 Springdale, AR 72764 Phone: 501-751-1521 Farmington Senior Center Farmington City Hall Phone: 501-521-6960 (Wednesday only) Mail to: See SANG Center Greenland Senior Center 170 Letitia Street Greenland, AR 72737 Phone: 501-442-2554 Lincoln Senior Activity Center 116 East Park Street PO Box 4 Lincoln, AR 72744 Phone: 501-824-3861 West Fork Senior Center Frank Wenner Community Center 222 Webber Street PO Box 698 West Fork, AR 72744 Phone: 501-839-3407 Sang Ave Senior Activity Center 818 Sang Avenue Fayetteville, AR 72701 Phone: 501-521-6960 Elm Springs Senior Center Elm Springs Community Center PO Box 74 Elm Springs, AR 72728 Phone: 501-245-7188 (Tue Thurs) Winslow Community Meals on Wheels PO Box 118 Winslow, AR Phone: 501-634-3252 Adult Day Care Council on Aging Adult Day Care 4507 Johnson Road Springdale, AR 72765-0807 Phone: 501-756-5881 Council on Aging Adult Day Care 1225 Wood Avenue Fayetteville, AR 72701 Phone: 501-521-0145 AAA County Office Area Connection 1225 Wood Ave PO Box 493 Fayetteville, AR 72701 Phone: 501-442-5194 Toll Free: 888-286-3611 Taxi Service City of Springdale 201 North Spring Springdale, AR 72764 Phone: 501-750-8114 City of Fayetteville 113 West Mountain (Phillips Plaza) Fayetteville,AR 72701 Phone: 501-575-8261 Public Transit Community Resource Group dba Ozark Re: Transit 2423 East Robinson Avenue Springdale, AR 72764 Phone: 756-9109 White County - Region II Provider White County Aging Program 411 North Spruce Searcy, AR 72143 Phone: 501-268-2587 Senior Centers The Lyle Center/Searcy Senior Center 2200 East Monroe Avenue Searcy, AR 72143 Phone: 501-268-2587 Beebe Senior Citizens Center 836 South Apple PO Box 217 Beebe, AR 72012 Phone: 501-882-3404 Bald Knob Senior Citizens Center 338 Fourth Street (4th Pine) Bald Knob, AR 72010 Phone: 501-724-5869 Pangburn Senior Citizens Center 905 Second Street Pangburn, AR 72121 Phone: 501-728-3302 Evening Shade Sr.Ctr (Volunteer) Evening Shade, AR 72532 Medical Transportation Call: 1-800-382-3205 Lynn Anderson Russell Senior Citizens Center PO Box 233 Russell, AR 72139 Phone: 501-724-3007 Griffithville Senior Citizens Center PO Box 115 Griffithville, AR 72060 Phone: 501-323-4617 AAA County Office White River AAA 2200 East Moore Street Searcy, AR 72145 Phone: 501-268-5638 Housing for the Elderly Twin Oaks Apartments Maple Street Kensett, AR 72082 Contact: WR AAA 1-800-382-3205 Beebe Elderly Housing (Construction 7/98) Highway 31 Beebe AR 72012 Contact: W R AAA/1-800-382-3205 Williams Manor Pollard Street Bradford, AR 72010 Contact: W R AAA/1-800-382-3205 Bradford Senior Center (Volunteer) 412 Poland Bradford, AR 72020 Phone: 344-8678 Second Street (Construction 1/98) Pangburn, AR 72121 Adult Day Care The Davis Center 2101 Beebe Expressway Searcy, AR 72145 Phone: 501-305-4955 Judsonia Senior Center(Vounteer) Route 2, Box 12 Judsonia, AR 72081 Phone: 501-729-3232 McRae Senior Center (Volunteer) PO Box 146 McRae, AR 72102 Phone: 501-726-2331 Woodruff County - Region II Provider Woodruff County Aging Program Route 3, Box 247 McCrory, AR 72101 Phone: 501-731-5053 Senior Centers Woodruff County Senior Citizens Center Route 3, Box 247 McCrory, AR 72101 Phone: 501-731-5053 AAA County Office White River AAA PO Box 269 Augusta, AR 72006 Phone: 870-347-2220 Housing for the Elderly Margaret Fowler Manor 500 East Second Street McCrory, AR 72101 Phone: 731-5232 Medical Transportation Call: 1-800-382-3205 Back to Top of the List Yell County - Region VI Provider Counseling Associates, Inc. 1008 West Main Russellville, AR 72801 Phone: 501-968-7667 Fax: 501-967-9203 Senior Centers Yell County Senior Center Community Center 615 North Fifth Dardanelle, AR 72834 Phone: 501-495-7371 Fax: same Dardanelle Senior Center 615 North Fifth Dardanelle, AR 72834 Phone: 501-229-4129 Fax: same AAA Information 1-800-467-2171 Housing for the Elderly Dardanelle Retirement Center 907 North Seventh Street Dardanelle, AR 72834 Phone: 501-229-1586 Back to Top of the List Back to Contents Aging Services Summary of Eligibility A number of services are available to individuals through a variety of funding sources. These sources include funding under the Older Americans Act, state general revenue, dedicated state taxes, and individual and community donations. Please refer to page 52 for Medicaid services. The following services are available through the area agencies on aging (AAA). Eligibility for these services is determined by those offices. In most cases clients must be 60 or older (unless otherwise identified). Eligibility and payment criteria may change as state and federal regulations are amended or renewed. For the most current information, consult the local AAA or call the Division of Aging and Adult Services. Priority consideration is given to applicants in greatest economic and social need. A co-payment is not required from individuals who receive these services, however, clients are encouraged to donate if they are able. Not every service is available in every region and a service available within a region may not be available in every location. Aging Services Adult Day Care : Clients must be physically or mentally impaired, and in need of care and supervision for periods of more than 2 but less than 24 hours a day. Program services include meals, transportation and recreational activities in a group setting. Available in AAA regions I, II, III, IV, VII. Also available on private pay basis in some areas. Adult Protective Services: Clients must be age 18+, endangered and unable to comprehend their danger. Services include investigation of complaints of abuse, neglect or exploitation and, where no family support is available, temporary custody of the clients. Reports should be made to the 24 hour hot-line: 1-800-482-8049. All information is confidential. Chore Service : Clients must be without significant social support systems able to perform services for them. This is a household service which may include running errands, preparing food, simple household tasks, heavy cleaning or yard and walk maintenance which the client is unable to perform alone and which do not require the services of a trained homemaker or other specialist. This cannot include medically oriented personal care tasks. Available in AAA regions I, IV, V, VI, VII and VIII. Also available on private pay basis in some areas. Client Representation : Client Representation is an activity under which a client's needs are assessed and services to meet those needs are either provided directly by the Client Representative or arranged for in an organized and consistent manner. Client Representation includes, but is not limited to, such activities as outreach; referral for legal assistance; providing information about and determining eligibility for public benefits such as QMB and SMB; assisting with completion of applications and paperwork; attending meetings on behalf of clients; and providing information and assistance. Clients receiving both Medicaid Targeted Case Management and Client Representation will not receive duplicate services. Available in all AAA regions. Congregate Meals : Clients must be 60+ (or spouse or disabled dependent of person age 60+). A service providing a hot or other appropriate meal that complies with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and contain 1/3 the Recommended Dietary Allowance of nutrients (RDA). (2/3 RDA provided if in the same day a second meal is served, and 100% if 3 meals in a day.) The meals are served in a group setting such as a senior center or elderly housing facility and are usually associated with activities to promote social interaction and reduce social isolation. Available in all AAA regions. Employment Services : Clients must be age 55 or older. This service provides an organized program of counseling, assessment, training and placement in employment, either subsidized or unsubsidized. Financial eligibility requirements vary by funding source. Available in all AAA regions. Home Delivered Meals : Clients must be age 60+(or spouse or disabled dependent of person age 60+), homebound, and unable to prepare nutritionally adequate meals, and must live in an area where the meal can be delivered. The service provides a hot or other appropriate meal that complies with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and contain 1/3 the Recommended Dietary Allowance of nutrients (RDA). (2/3 RDA if a second meal is provided for the same day, and 100% if 3 meals.) Available in AAA regions. Also available on private pay basis in some areas. Homemaker Services : Clients must be in social need and without significant social support systems able to perform services for them. Homemaker services are household management tasks such as menu planning, bill paying, checking account management, etc., that may include, but cannot be limited to, household chores and cannot include medically oriented personal care tasks. The service provider must be trained in household management tasks and be supervised by the provider agency to assure that tasks are completed accurately and appropriately. Available in AAA regions II, IV, and V. Also available on private pay basis in some areas. Information and Assistance: Available to all older persons, their families and friends. The service includes concrete information about services and benefits and where to obtain them; it may include assistance with referral to an agency providing the service or benefit and follow-up to see if the service was satisfactory. Available through all area agencies and senior centers. Legal Assistance: Clients must be age 60+ needing legal advice that does not involve criminal charges. Available through all area agencies on aging. Long-term Care Ombudsman Program: The Arkansas State Long Term Care Ombudsman Program (known as the Ombudsman Program) advocates for the rights of long-term care residents. It is a statewide program of community advocates that addresses the complaints of nursing home and residential care facility residents. Its representatives provide information on facilities, work for systematic change, and monitor the activities of the regulatory system. Material Aid : Clients must be without significant support systems. Material aid is provision of goods or payment of bills to meet or prevent an imminent emergency. (For example, purchase of basic necessities for someone whose house has been destroyed by fire, or payment of a utility bill to prevent imminent shutoff of service or the distribution of such items as clothing, smoke detectors, eye glasses or security devices.) Available in AAA regions III, IV, VI, and VII. Personal Care Services : Clients must meet medical requirements for personal care. Basic tasks necessary to enable a client to remain living in the community. Services include assistance with bathing, grooming, dressing, and toileting; food preparation and feeding; and incidental household chores related to the client's health and comfort. It may include transportation to and from medical appointments. Financial eligibility requirements vary by funding source. Currently funded by Older Americans Act and state appropriations. Available in all AAA regions. Also available on private pay basis in some areas. Repair/Modification/Maintenance : Clients must reside in a home that they own or are in the process of buying, frail, in social need, greatest economic need and without significant social support. Home repairs essential for the health and safety of the elderly owner who is unable to perform the needed work; modifications to make the dwelling more accessible to physically disabled or frail owner; maintenance to service basic appliances, perform pest control, etc. Financial eligibility requirements vary by funding source. Available in AAA regions IV, V, VII and VIII. Also available on private pay basis in some areas. Socialization : Facilitating client’s involvement in activities to reduce social isolation and promote social interaction and well-being through on-going programs of physical and mental activity. Available at Senior Centers in all AAA regions. Telephone Reassurance : Client must live alone or temporarily alone, or homebound in isolated areas. Service consists of telephone calls at appointed times to check client status; if contact is not made, assistance is sent. Available in AAA regions III, IV, V, and VI. Transportation : The service transports a client from one location to another so that the client has access to needed services, care or assistance, such as medical services, shopping, bill paying, etc. Service may include escort assistance. Arkansas Medicaid Programs Questions regarding Medicaid eligibility or Medicaid services may be answered by the county Department of Human Services Offices. ElderChoices Program - Provides in-home services to individuals 65 and over, meeting financial eligibility (300% SSI), resources eligibility ($2,000 - individual, $3,000 - couple) and medical eligibility (admission criteria to an intermediate nursing facility). These in-home services are designed to delay or prevent institutionalization by maintaining, strengthening or restoring an eligible client’s functioning in his or her own home, that of a care-giver or foster home. Services may include the following: Adult Day Care - Provides care and supervision to meet the needs of four (4) or more functionally impaired adults for periods of less than 24 hours, but more than two (2) hours per day in a place other than the client’s own home. Services may include meals, transportation and recreational activities. Adult Day Health Care - Provides a continuing, organized program of rehabilitative, therapeutic and supportive health and social services and activities to individuals who are functionally impaired and who, due to the severity of their functional impairment, are not capable of fully independent living. Adult Foster Care - Provides a family living environment for eligible clients who are functionally impaired and who, due to the severity of their functional impairments, are considered to be in imminent risk of death or serious bodily harm and as a consequence are not capable of fully independent living. The home provides supportive services such as bathing, dressing, grooming, assistance with toileting and enhancement of skills and independence in daily living. Client pays for room and board costs. Chore - Provides heavy cleaning and/or yard and sidewalk maintenance only in extreme, specific and individual circumstances when lack of these services would make the home uninhabitable . This service does not include routine lawn and yard maintenance. Home Delivered Meals - Provides one daily nutritious meal to eligible clients who are (1) home-bound and (2) unable to prepare meals and are without an informal provider to do meal preparation. Each meal must equal one-third of the Recommended Dietary Allowance. Homemaker - Provides basic upkeep and management of the home and household assistance. May include menu planning, running errands, laundry, essential shopping, meal preparation and simple household tasks. Medically oriented personal care tasks are not included as a part of this service. Personal Emergency Response System - Provides an in-home, 24-hour electric support system with two-way verbal and electronic communication with an emergency control center which enables an elderly, infirm or homebound individual to secure immediate help in the event of a physical, emotional or environmental emergency. Respite - Provides temporary relief to persons providing long term care for clients in their homes. May be offered only in situations where there is a formal, primary caregiver. Alternatives for Persons with Physical Disabilities: Provides attendant care and environ-mental modification services to individuals who meet the criteria for intermediate nursing home care. The individual’s income should be less than 300% of poverty and meet the resource limits for Medicaid. Persons who qualify may also receive regular Medicaid benefits. Clients must be able to supervise their service providers whom they may choose from the list of eligible providers. Other Medicaid Services: Targeted Case Management - Medicaid clients sixty (60) years of age or older who have limited functional capabilities and need assistance with the coordination of multiple services and/or resources may be eligible for this service. Case management services will assist Medicaid recipients in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational and other services. Personal Care - A Medicaid client may receive these services if he/she requires assistance with at least two activities of daily living tasks. Services may include assistance with basic personal care, meal preparation, essential household activities and transportation. Home Health - Medicaid clients may receive assistance with periodic nursing care to preserve life or prevent or delay the necessity of inpatient care. These services include part-time or intermittent care provided by a registered professional nurse, licensed practical nurse, student nurse or home health aide. Hospice - Terminally ill Medicaid clients may receive a continuum of care services under this category. Services may include routine home care, continuous home care, inpatient respite care and general inpatient care. Transportation - Medicaid clients may receive assistance with obtaining transportation to a medical facility. This may include ambulance services. Back to Contents Aging Organizations in Arkansas Alzheimer's Arkansas Programs Services Phyllis Watkins, Exec. Dir 10411 W. Markham, Suite 130 Little Rock AR 72205 Phone: (501) 224-0021 or 800-689-6090 American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) Maria Reynolds-Diaz, State Director 1701 Centerview Drive Suite 205 Little Rock, AR 72211 Phone: 501-227-7740 Fax: 501-227-7710 Maxine Biggers Community Svs Coord 8101 Cantrell #1702 Little Rock, AR 72227 Phone: 227-8458 AARP Senior Community Employment Program (SCSEP) Mitzi Johnson, Director 7107 West 12th Little Rock AR 72204 Phone: 661-1098 AARP Senior Community Employment Program Steve Boone, Director 835 Central Avenue Hot Springs AR 71901 Phone: 501-321-1800 Arkansas Association of Area Agencies on Aging(AAAAA) Jim Medley, President Western Arkansas AAA PO Box 1724 Fort Smith AR 72902 Phone: (501) 783-4500 Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service Dr. David Foster, Director 2301 University PO Box 391 Little Rock, AR 72203 Phone: 501-671-2000 Arkansas Gerontological Society (AGS) Bob Sells, President 1501 Winslow Dr. Little Rock, AR 72201 Phone: 501-666-8926 or 280-9992 Arkansas Health Care Association (AHCA) Randy Wyatt, Director 501 Woodlane Ste 300 Little Rock, AR 72201 Phone: 374-4422 Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs Nick D. Bacon, Director PO Box 1280 N Little Rock, AR 72115 Phone: 370-3820 Arkansas Seniors Organized for Progress (ASOP) Tom Shircliffe, Director 1404 Rebsamen Park Little Rock, AR 72202 Phone: 661-1401 Arkansas Volunteer Lawyers for the Elderly (AVLE) Catherine D. Edwards, Director 2020 W. 3rd, Ste. 620 Little Rock, AR 72205 Phone: 501-376-9263 Corporation for National and Community Service Opal Sims, Director 700 W. Capitol Suite 2505 Little Rock AR 72201 Phone: 324-5234 Division of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) Herb Sanderson, Director Box 1437, Slot 1412 Little Rock AR 72203-1437 Phone: 682-2441 Experience Works, Inc. (SCSEP) Barbara Wood, Director PO Box 23920 Little Rock, AR 72221 Phone: 225-3520 Governor's Advisory Council on Aging (GACA) Bob Sells, President 1501 Winslow Dr. Little Rock AR 72207 Phone: (501) 280-9992 National Association of Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) Thos. Basinger, State Director Rt. 1, Box 185 Huntington AR 72940 Phone: 928-5805 Senior Insurance Network Ray Morris, Director 1200 West 3rd Little Rock AR 72201 Phone: (501) 371-2782 Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) Title V Nadine Grice DHS Division of Aging/Adult Services PO Box 1437, Slot 1412 Little Rock AR 72203-1437 Phone: (501) 682-2441 SCSEP/AARP Steve Boone, Director 835 Central Ave Hot Springs AR 71901 Phone: 501-321-1800 SCSEP/National Caucus on Black Aged Joseph Woods 142 North St. Cleveland MS 38732 Phone: Unavailable SCSEP/Ouachita National Forest Brenda Moore PO Box 1270 Hot Springs AR 71902 Phone: 321-5340 SCSEP/Ozark National Forest Gail Winscott 605 Main Street Russellville. AR 72801 Phone: 964-7219 SCSEP/Southern Forest Experimental Station T-10210 Postal Svs Bldg 701 Loyola Avenue New Orleans, LA 70113 No Phone The Shepherd's Center Jan Jernick, Director 600 Pleasant Valley Little Rock AR 72207 Phone: 225-6073 The Shepherd's Center of North Little Rock Sheila Whitfield, Director PO Box 1524 N Little Rock AR 72115 Phone: 501-771-0774 The Shepherd's Center of Southwest Little Rock Virginia Linson, Director 6401 W. 32nd St. Little Rock AR 72204 Phone: 562-5998 UAMS Division of Aging (Geriatric Clinic) David Lipschitz, MD, Director UAMS/ Geriatric Dept 4301 W. Markham Little Rock AR 72205-7199 Phone: 686-5282 Veterans Administration Regional Office Samuel Holmes, Reg. Director PO Box 1280 North Little Rock AR 72115 Phone: 370-3800 V. A. Gerontological Research Education Clinical Center (GRECC) David Lipschitz. MD, Director VA Med. Center 4300 W. 7th Little Rock AR 72205 Phone: 660-2031 SCSEP: Also refer to AARP/SCSEP and Experience Works, Inc.; Corporation for National Community Service: also refer to RSVP, Senior Companions and Foster Grandparents Programs Back to Contents Arkansas Volunteer Programs for Seniors Corporation for National and Community Service Programs Opal Sims, State Director 700 W Capitol, Suite 2505 Little Rock AR 72201 Telephone 501-324-5234/FAX 324-6949 Foster Grandparents Senior Companions Shirley McMillan, Project Director Foster Grandparents Program OBU PO Box 3661 Arkadelphia AR 71998 Telephone 870-245-5195 Vivian Dixon, Project Director Senior Companions Program West Central AAA PO Box 2029 Russellville AR 72801 Telephone 501-968-4340 Nina Peeler, Project Director Foster Grandparents Program East Arkansas AAA PO Box 5035 Jonesboro AR 72403 Telephone 870-930-2229 Suzanne Sealy Donahue, Proj Dir Senior Companions Program West Central AR AAA 905 W Grand Hot Springs AR 71913 Telephone 501-332-4529 Gay Jaggers , Project Director Foster Grandparents Program SE AR Education Project 1022 Scogin Drive Monticello AR 71655 Telephone 870-367-6848 Peggi Long, Program Administrator Senior Companions Program Central AR AAA PO Box 5988 North Little Rock AR 72119 Telephone 501-688-7477 Carol Burnett , Project Director Foster Grandparents Program White River AAA PO Box 2637 Batesville AR 72503 Telephone 870-612-3039 Shirley Shively, Project Director Sr CompanionsGarland County Co 102 Oriole Hot Springs AR 71901 Telephone: 501-623-4092 Joyce Credit, Project Director Foster Grandparents Prog. PO Box 1437 Slot 2500 Little Rock AR 72203 1437 Telephone 501-682-8380 Penny Cannon, FGP Proj Director DeQueen-Mena Educational Coop Hornbeck Road PO Box 110 Gilham AR 71841 Telephone 870 386-2251 Penny Lunsford, RSPV Proj Dir DeQueen-Mena Educational Coop 305 S. Hornbeck Road Gilham AR 71841 Telephone 870-386-2251 Betty Cole, FGP Project Director Save The Children Miss. Delta FGP 221 N. 5th Street West Memphis AR 72301 Telephone: 870-733-0567 Retired Senior Volunteer Programs (RSVP) John Bangert , Interim Director RSVP of Central AR 425 W Brdwy, Ste H PO Box 5936 North Little Rock AR 72119 Telephone 501-375-8411 Susan Reehl, Proj Dir West Arkansas RSVP 401 N 13th Street Fort Smith AR 72901 Telephone: 501-783-4155 Deborah Courtney, Dir. Northwest AR RSVP PO Box 778 Rogers AR 72757 Telephone 870-636-7301 Norma McClain, Dir. Garland County RSVP 126 Oriole Hot Springs AR 71901 Telephone 501-623-6830 Phyllis Curlin , Director Jefferson County RSVP PO Box 8702 Pine Bluff AR 71611 Telephone 870-534-2156 Delores Thomas, Dir. Tri-County RSVP 470 N Washington El Dorado AR 71730 Telephone 870-864-7080 Nina Peeler, Dir. East AR RSVP East AR AAA PO Box 5035 Jonesboro AR 72403 Telephone 870-930-2229 Sue Lamons, Dir. N Central AR RSVP N AR Human Services PO Box 2578 Batesville AR 72503 Telephone 870-793-8900 Ermer Pondexter, Project Director City of Texarkana RSVP PO Box 2711 Texarkana AR 75504 Telephone 870 779-4983 EX 321 Jo Rowe, Project Director Stuttgart N AR Co RSVP Chmbr Comm 425 Main St Stuttgart AR 72160 4358 Telephone 870-673-8584 or 8585 Sandra Arnold, Project Director Boone Marion Co RSVP 600 E Stephenson Street Harrison AR 72601 Telephone 870-741-4499 Dorothy Walsh, Dir RSVP of Northwest AR 615 E Emma Suite M 401 Springdale AR 72764 Telephone 501-872-7479\ Back to Contents Certified Volunteer Management Program (CVM) Sandra Hanson, Director Arkansas Public Administration Consortium (APAC) UALR 2801 S University Little Rock AR 72209 Telephone 501-569-3090 DHS Division of Volunteerism Sherry Anderson , Director PO Box 1437 Slot 1300 Little Rock AR 72203-1437 Telephone 682-7540 Project Compassion Nursing Home Volunteers Conway Johnson , Executive Director PO Box 3489 Fort Smith AR 72913 Telephone 501-783-2273 United Way of Pulaski County Volunteer Center Lori Jones , Director PO Box 3257 Little Rock AR 72203-3257 Telephone 376-4567 Senior Citizens Activities Today Chris Wallraven, Director 1800 Broadway (Parris Towers) Little Rock AR 72204 Telephone 374-O123 Back to Contents Updated: September 23, 2003 by Ron Tatus
Local Senior Adult Centers There's a center near you. Join the lunch bunch . Do some quilting. Share some fish stories. Play cards. Take an exercise class. Some centers have computer classes. Spotlighted in this issue - The Perryville Senior Center ARKADELPHIA Services provided by: Central Arkansas Development Council Arkadelphia Sr Adult Ctr 1201 South 8th Street Arkadelphia, AR 71923 Phone: (870) 246-9871 OPEN: Monday-Friday Directions: On Highway 67 at Clark County Fairgrounds CLARKSVILLE Services provided by: Friendship Community Care Clarksville Sr Adult Ctr 1421 Oakland Street Clarksville, AR 72830 Phone: (479) 754-6148 OPEN: Monday-Friday Directions: Exit #57 North from I40, then right on Crawford, and left on Oakland DANVILLE Services provided by: Friendship Community Care Danville Senior Adult Ctr Community Center Park Avenue P. O. Box 367 Danville, AR 72833 Phone: (479) 495-7371 OPEN: Tues, Wed Thurs Directions: From Hwy 10 East, turn right on M Street (across from bowling alley). At T in road, turn left into park area. Center is round building located in ball park. DARDANELLE Services provided by: Friendship Community Care Dardanelle Sr Adult Ctr 615 North 5th Street Dardanelle, AR 72834 Phone: (479) 229-4129 OPEN: Monday-Friday Directions: From Hwy 7 turn west on 5th Street (at tractor dealership). Center is on left. GLENWOOD Services provided by: Central Arkansas Development Council Glenwood Sr Adult Ctr 229 Betty St P. O. Box 1688 Glenwood, AR 71943 Phone: (870) 356-3613 or (870) 356-4212 OPEN: Tues, Wed, Thurs Directions: From Hwy 70, turn on Hwy 27 North. Turn left on Betty Street. Center is on the right, behind the fairgrounds. GURDON Services provided by: Central Arkansas Development Council Gurdon Senior Adult Ctr 410 East Main P. O. Box 88 Gurdon, AR 71743 Phone: (870) 353-2095 OPEN: Monday-Friday Directions: From I30, Exit #63 on Hwy 53 south, right on Hwy 67 to Gurdon, then left at Kerr-McGee station. Center is three blocks down on right. JESSIEVILLE (MT. PINE) Services provided by: St. Joseph's Regional Health Center McAuley Center 5010 Highway 7 North P. O. Box 8428 Hot Springs, AR 71910 Phone: (501) 984-5594 OPEN: Monday-Friday Directions: On Highway 7, just north of entrance to Hot Springs Village, and just south of North Garland County Boys Girls Center (ballfields). HOT SPRINGS Services provided by: St. Joseph's Regional Health Center Hot Springs Sr Adult Ctr 210 Woodbine Hot Springs, AR 71901 Phone: (501) 624-0838 OPEN: Monday-Friday Directions: From Hwy 70 West, turn north onto Hazel Street, go one block, turn left on Woodbine. Center is on right (behind the Garland County Court House complex). MALVERN Services provided by: Central Arkansas Development Council Malvern Senior Adult Ctr 1800 West Moline Malvern, AR 72104 Phone: (501) 332-5374 OPEN: Monday-Friday Directions: From Hwy 270 east, turn right on Moline Street. Center is on right (past Chevrolet dealership). MENIFEE Services provided by: Morrilton Human Relations Council Menifee Senior Adult Ctr Main Street P. O. Box 188 Menifee, AR 72107 Phone: (501) 354-9962 OPEN: Monday-Friday Directions: From Hwy 9, exit on Hwy 64 East. Go 12 miles to Menifee and Center is on the left. MORRILTON Services provided by: Morrilton Human Relations Council T. C. Vaughn Senior Ctr 706 North Division Morrilton, AR 72110 Phone: (501) 354-8044 OPEN: Monday-Friday Directions: From Hwy 9, exit on Hwy 64 West, then right on Moose. Follow Moose to Division and Center is on the left. MOUNT IDA Services provided by: Central Arkansas Development Council Mt. Ida Senior Adult Ctr 242 Senior Drive P. O. Box 744 Mt. Ida, AR 71957 Phone: (870) 867-2313 OPEN: Monday-Friday Directions: From Hwy 270, turn south onto Cedar Street. Follow street until it turns to gravel, then next left on Senior Drive. MURFREESBORO Services provided by: Central Arkansas Development Council Murfreesboro Senior Ctr Municipal Building 120 E Court Street, Suite A Murfreesboro, AR 71958 Phone: (870) 285-2312 OPEN: Mon, Tues Friday Directions: From Hwy 27 South, turn left at town square. Halfway around square, turn right on Hwy 301, then left on 2nd Street. PERRYVILLE Services provided by: Morrilton Human Relations Council Perryville Sr Adult Ctr Magnolia Main P. O. Box 655 Perryville, AR 72110 Phone: (501) 889-5587 OPEN: Monday-Friday Directions: From Hwy 9, turn west on Hwy 60. Go one block and turn left. Center is at end of block on right. RUSSELLVILLE Services provided by: Friendship Community Care Russellville Sr Adult Ctr 1010 North Rochester Russellville, AR 72802 Phone: (479) 968-5039 OPEN: Monday-Friday Directions: From Hwy 7, turn right on D Parkway, then left at the second stop light. Turn left on Knoxville, then right on Russell Road. Turn left on North Rochester, the center is located on the right next to Springlake Apartments. HOME AGENCY INFO SERVICES SR LINKS CALENDAR FEEDBACK SeniorSpecialists Comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org All contents copyright (C) 2001, AAAWCA, Inc. All rights reserved. Revised: November 3, 2003 URL: http://www.seniorspecialists.org/info.htm
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SPPD Alumni Alumni Class Notes 1990s About SPPD Degrees and Programs Admission Research Career Services Faculty Alumni Class Notes 2000s | 1990s | 1980s | 1970s | 1960s | 1950s | 1940s | 1930s | 1999 After receiving the Paul W. Wildman Scholarship, Jan Aune (MHA '99) is currently a full-time student in the traditional program at Southwestern University School of Law. Ardena Bartlett (MPA '99) is the executive director of The Riordan Programs at the UCLA Anderson School of Business. Barbra J. Bowman (BS '99) recently began working full-time as education director for the L.A. Boys and Girls Club in Lincoln Heights. Paul Chabot ('99) is currently the policy advisor for the White House Bureau of State & Local Affairs, Justice & Law Enforcement Branch. Karen Louise Coupe (MHA '99) is currently the operations administrator at Los Angeles CareHealth Plan. She is also currently serving as president of the Los Angeles Care Leadership Forum. Julia Duenes (MPL '99) is an associate planner for the City of Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency. Samira Estilai (MPP '99) is the director of education policy for the Los Angeles Unified School District Board. Steven Gota (MPL '99) is currently working as a transportation planner at the LACMTA. He is working on developing/testing bus signal priority technologies for Los Angeles County. McCrae Holliday (MPA '99) is an outreach liaison at the Coro Center for Civic Leadership in Pittsburgh. Kathleen Kasten (MPA '99) is currently working with the County of Orange, Public Facilities and Resources Department as a legislative analyst. Sharon Keith (MPA '99) is the assistant events director for the Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago. Bunnie Lempesis (MPP '99) has recently taken a position as a consultant with Barrington-Wellesley Group, Inc., specializing in utility and other public sector projects. Stacia Hill Levenfeld (MPP '99) recently joined the national Public Affairs team as public affairs manager for the Northern California Division of Albertson's stores. Jahsve B. Munoz (BS '99) recently began the Single Subject Teaching Credential Program at San Jose State University this fall. Jahsve will also continue working with the Volunteer Exchange of Santa Clara as an AmeriCorps Promise Fellow. Since graduation, Robert J. O'Meara ('99) has become the director of finance for the Children's Hospital of Orange County Foundation (CHOC). He is also currently serving as the chief financial officer for the Long Beach Chapter of Habitat for Humanity. After spending the summer working for the Hawaii Community Foundation, Matt Pippin (BS '99) is finally settled in his first real job. He is currently the director of the Hawaii Island Food Bank. James Riker (MPL '99) is an associate planner for the City of Pico Rivera. John A. Rios (MHA '99) is currently involved in health policy, serving as legislative analyst for AltaMed Health Services Corp. He is also a project management consultant for the National Hispanic Medical Association in Washington, D.C. Robert Torribio (BS '99) worked for a few months with the Warmington Property Management Company and then for the Home Development side of the company. Erin Yolland-Mynatt (BS '99) is currently enjoying her work for Eli Lilly as a diabetes care sales representative in Sacramento. 1998 Ricky Ahluwalia (BS '98) is a senior marketing executive with Royal Indo Impex, responsible for overlooking sales throughout the European market. Maria Da Luz Alexandrino (Ph.D. '98) is currently looking for a socially meaningful job with a nonprofit organization while teaching part-time at California State University, Sacramento. Marci J. Aronovitz (MPA '98) is a program officer for the Los Angeles County Children and Families First Commission (Prop. 10). Dana Baker is an assistant professor at the Truman School of Public Affairs at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Linda Bidrossian (MPA '98) is currently a project manager and global e-business strategy consultant for PWC. Nicholas J. Biro (MPL '98) recently became a member of AICP and is busy as ever supporting and coordinating the CIR and Specific Plan for a 1,921-unit community and a 668-unit community, both in Riverside County. Zachary S. Bloch (BS '98) married Ashley Sunde (BA Communications '98) last year. He is currently attending graduate school at the University of Minnesota in Landscape Architecture. Carlos Bohorquez (MHA '98) is a senior consultant at Cap Gemini Ernst and Young, LLC in Irvine, CA. John Brooks (MPA '98), has accepted a position as senior administrative analyst with the City of Palmdale in the Public Works Department. Todd Clark (MPP '98) has worked for the State of California Legislative Analyst's Office since 1998 as a fiscal and policy analyst. Yey Coronel (BS '98) was recently appointed as the Director of Housing and Community Development of Los Angeles Mayor James K. Hahn's Office. Michael "Mac" Cummins (BS '96, MPA/MPL '98) is an assistant planner for the City of Seal Beach. Adrienne Gardner (BS '98) is currently enrolled in the Masters of Organizational Leadership Program through Chapman University's Washington Academic Center. Manny Gimenez (MHA '98) is a senior financial analyst with Kaiser Permanente, responsible for developing and monitoring a $175 million budget for Psychiatry and Special Departments. Gregory Holly (BS '98) was recently hired as an underwriter with the State Compensation Insurance Fund in San Bernardino. He married Cassandra Sanders (DPT '03) in July 2002. Terra Ishee (MPL '98) recently moved to New York and is in the process of entering the east coast's planning world, beginning with the AICP exam. Rodney E. Jones (MPDS '98) recently joined Agilent Technologies. Lewis Lester (BS, MPA '98) was reappointed by the Mayor to serve on the Long Beach Housing Development Co. Board of Directors in 2000. Jason L. Murray ('98) is currently working on a $7 million Venice Beach refurbishment plan to redevelop the boardwalk and plaza along the beach, while also taking construction management classes at UCLA. Linda Alice Suydam (MPA '84, DPA '98) returned to the FDA in 1998, after three years hiatus in New Mexico where she was the associate vice president for planning and development at the University of New Mexico. Presently, as FDA's senior associate commissioner, she is responsible for strategic managment, public affairs, public participation and outreach. Jeff Van Hoy (MHA '98) is currently the manager of business development at Anaheim Memorial Hospital where his major responsibilities include strategic planning, master site planning, business planning, and serving as a regulatory liaison to city, state, and federal government agencies. 1997 Amy Exelby (MPA '97) currently serves as President for the National Women's Political Caucus in Los Angeles, as well as the Los Angeles Women's Appointment Collaboration. Kimberly Freeman (MPP '97) is the director of community relations for Sempra Energy Utilities. Christopher Gaylord (BS '97) is employed as Safety Engineer with the Los Angeles Times Safety, Health & Workers' Compensation department. Prior to joining the Times, he was employed as a safety consultant with the firm Kazarians & Associates. Carol Huston (MPA/DPA '97) was selected Outstanding Teacher, California State University at Chico for the 2001-2002 academic year. In addition, she was recently elected to the Board of Directors of Sigma Theta Tau, the International Honor Society for Nursing. Denise Kent (DPA '97) is responsible for case management services (contracted to insurance companies) throughout California. Russ Leavitt (MPA '97, DPA in progress) was recently elected President of the Municipal Management Association of Northern California (MMANC) for 2002. Diana Lee (MHA '97) is a manager with Deloitte Consulting in Los Angeles specializing in health and human services, technology and criminal justice. Jim Lewis (BS '97) has been promoted to Assistant to the City Manager and Budget Officer for the City of Claremont. In addition, he serves as President of the Municipal Management Association of Southern California. Lee Menifee (MPL '97) works at CB Richard Ellis Investors, LLC as the director of research. Jim Obermaier (MPA '97) has accepted a new position as Consultant with Gartner Consulting, State and Local Government Practice. He is also proud to announce that his wife and he added a boy to the household last May, Elliott Obermaier. Mike Rockenstein (MPA '97) has been elected President of the USC Alumni Club, Sacramento area. Please contact Mike at email@example.com to find out about upcoming club events. Sandra Roussel (MPL '97) works as an economist with the Australian Commonwealth (Federal) Government. She is also happy to announce the new arrival of her daughter, Georgia. Donna Staal (MPA '97, DPA '02) successfully defended her dissertation entitled, "Toward a Theory of Networks and Network Effectiveness: An Analytical Framework for the Study of Multilevel Networks in Health Care Service Delivery," on February 22, 2002. Keith E. Swensson (MPA '97) and Eriko (Usui) Swensson ('96), announces the birth of their daughter, Kyoko Mae Swensson. 1996 Dawn Bailey (BS '96) worked as a fund-raiser for the American Red Cross National Headquarters in Washington D.C. before beginning consultant work based out of Chicago. She has also participated in the Riordan Volunteer Leadership Development Program. Franklin Burris ('96) has joined Pottery-Taylor & Co. commercial real estate services in Sacramento, California, as manager of development services. He most recently served as assistant to City of Sacramento council member Rob Kerth. Sean K. Conley (BS '96) has been named senior vice president of commercial real estate at First Federal Bank of California based in Santa Monica. His responsibilities include operational management of all commercial real estate lending activities. Michael "Mac" Cummins (BS '96, MPA/MPL '98) is an assistant planner for the City of Seal Beach. Jean Davidson (BS '96, JD '99) recently began working for Andre, Morris & Buttery in San Luis Obispo, doing corporate, real estate, and estate planning work. Thomas H. Grimstad (BS '96) is currently a second year MBA student and recently accepted a job at Lehman Brothers in New York City. Stephen Guine (MPP '96) is and associate resource specialist for the Office of the CFO at the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Michael Hambrook (MPP '96) has worked for three large government bodies since graduation: the Los Angeles MTA, British Columbia's Worker's Compensation Board, and Vancouver's Transit Agency in analyst and management positions. Chris Harahan (MRED '96) has recently been involved with the sale of the Westin St. Frances Hotel in San Francisco. Chris has also been working on the procurement of a construction loan for the new St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point. Daniel Hortert, Sr. AICP (BS '96) is a project manager and codes officer for the Cranberry Township, PA. Regina Kirschenbaum (MPL '96) began working for the Los Angeles Housing Department. Kimberly Klever (BS '96) is currently attending Cal State LA, in pursuit of a Masters Degree in Education Foundations and a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential. Giuseppe Nocella (BS '83, MPA '96) plans to run for City Council in the City of Santa Clarita in the near future. Albert Robles (MPA '96) is an attorney for McCutchen Doyle of San Francisco. After receiving a Master of Public Administration degree from the American University in Washington D.C., Adrian Sanders (BS '96) is now a Police Officer for the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department. Bryan A. Vaughn (BS '96) is a pharmaceutical sales representative, employed by Ventiv Health US Sales. Anna Vidal (MPA/MPL '96) currently holds the position of city planning associate for the City of Los Angeles Planning Department. Ayesha Zaheer (MRED '96) was recently appointed to the Zoning Board of Appeals in Oakbrook, Illinois. 1995 C. Carl Chandler (MPA '95) was recently promoted to a supervisory position at FBI HQ in Washington, D.C. and assigned to a liason position at the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. His wife, Cassandra Chandler, who is also an FBI Agent, was recently promoted to the Senior Executive Service rank and thus becomes the highest ranking black female Special Agent in the history of the FBI. Kevin M. Chun (MPA '95) recently became the Assistant to the City Administrator for the City of Bellflower. Kit Cole (MPA '95) has been appointed by the governor to the California Integrated Waste Management Board. Thomas A. Hickok (MPA '83, DPA '95) published "Workforce Reductions: An Annotated Bibliography." Randi Joseph (MPA '95) was recently promoted to assistant to the chief administrative officer for Culver City. Randi served as the past president of the California Association of Public Information Officers. Jeffrey Marks (MPA '95) served as the director of air quality for the NAM. His main duties included lobbying Congress and the executive branch on environmental, air quality and biotechnology issues of importance to member companies. Lynda Mujakachi (BS '85) worked as a planning officer with the Zimbabwe Forestry Commission, and a Programme Coordinator with Africa Resources Trust. She is currently working as a consultant, focusing on rural development and environmental management. Brian Nakamura (MPA '95) successfully defended his dissertation entitled, "Regionalization of Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Aid Services," on February 22, 2002. Henry Perea (MHA '95) has been elected president of the Fresno City Council for the second year in a row, a precedent-setting honor. Tim Russo (MHA '95) sends greetings to friends from the MHA program. He, Elizabeth and Suzanne are braving another Wisconsin winter. Russo #4 arrives in May 2002. Tim is currently the clinic administrator for Riverview Family Clinic in central Wisconsin. Christopher Steins (MPL '95) is the founder of startup technology firm, Urban Insight, providing internet consulting to the urban planning and development community. He serves on the Executive Committee of the Los Angeles Urban Land Institute. Karim Zaman (MPA '95) is an advocate for the African Growth and Opportunity Act. 1994 Joseph Altbaum (BS '94) currently runs two small cable television systems in San Diego County with over 6,500 customers. He is also the internet technology director for six related companies owned by his family. Teresa King Aubert (MHA '94) is currently at home "working" with her two children. She previously served on the USC Health Services Administration Alumni Association Board as the secretary. Aaron Bean (BS '94) and Karen Bean announce the birth of their daughter, Lauren Ann. Matthew Burdusis (BS '94) and Donna Robinson announce their marriage. Andrea De La Cerda (BS '94) began her career at Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District as director of facilities planning and construction. She has been active in philanthropic work in her community since joining the Junior League of Orange County. Dr. Richard E. DeVey (MPA '84, DPA '94) is currently a Deputy Probation Officer for the Los Angeles County Probation Department and serves on the South Gate Commisssion for Youth. Luke Hsiao (DPA '94) holds a faculty position in Southern Taiwan. Hsiao focuses on public policy and management, with particular emphasis in technological, industrial, and social welfare policy. Margaret A. MacKenzie (MPA '94) is currently working on a Ph.D. in Political Science at Claremont Graduate University. David Medrano (MPA '94) was recently assigned the new equal employment opportunity officer for Oceanside, California after holding the same position in Santa Barbara. Diane Muri (DPA '94) is the public health administrator for the City of Racine. She also serves on the Boards for the HealthCare Network (free clinic) and Safe Start (programs for teen girls suffering from abuse). Ilana Steinberg (MPA '94) is currently working full-time as a stay-at-home mother with her one year old son. Christine Talicuran (BS '94, MHA '98) recently got engaged in Australia to Chris Gonzales while on a trip with the Trojan Marching Band. They originally met in 1994, when both were members of the Band! Eric Trachtenberg (MPA '94) was posted to the U.S. Embassy in July 1998. He was married to Yeva Krechetova on September 11, 1999. 1993 Dr. Wilma Arguelles (MHA '93) is now affiliated with Catholic Health West at the Woodland. Her practice is with the Davis Medical Group. Marija Decker, Esq. (BS '93) is currently a law clerk for the Honorable Edward J. Damich, Judge in the United States Court of Federal Claims. She is a member of the State Bar of California and also the Court of Federal Claims Bar. Max Gallegos (BS '93) has been named by McDonald's Corporation, director of marketing USA; he will be overseeing the national Hispanic consumer market. Gallegos has been recognized for his outstanding tenure with the corporation, he is the recipient of the President's Award, in recognition of his leadership and contributions to the company's values and strategic initiatives. Ann (Backowski) Garrett (BS '93) and Stephen Garrett ('92) announce the birth of their son, Jack Lawrence. Robert Harris (MPA '93) retired from the federal government in 1997. He is now working in civil engineering and land surveying while also working part-time for a consulting firm and volunteering his extra time at the Tahoe Baikal Institute. Jennifer Langan (BS '93), while conluding her fourth year, was recently promoted to Managing Supervisor at Fleishman-Hillard, Inc. She is also a member of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. Kevin J. Maher (MPL '93) has been involved in municipal and environmental planning efforts in the Southwest and the New York City metropolitan area. Recently, Kevin served as the project director for the environmental review of a performing arts center, designed by Frank Gehry. Angelita Medina (MHA '93) is currently the director of children's health outreach at the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. She also currently serves as a board member for KPWR 106 Foundation and The Wall Project. Barbara Ann Munster (MA '93) is currently retired — enjoying art, volunteering, and traveling. She serves as President of the Bend, Oregon Area Habitat for Humanity and is currently working to build six houses and one office completely with volunteers. Harry R. Peacock (MPA '69, DPA '93) retired in July 2000, after 34 years in local government management, acting as city manager of four California cities. Mr. Peacock retired as the city manager for Malibu. Chong Keh Sua (Ph.D. '93) is currently a businessman and politician. He is a participating member of the Advisory Board of City Hall, Kuala Lumpur. Brian C. Buchhagen ('93) has been named vice president of Legg Mason Real Estate Investors Inc., a financial services holding company. He will continue his business of high yield real estate debt investing on behalf of the firm and third party clients. 1992 Ema Gluckman (MPA '92) currently teaches Advanced Placement Chemistry and Health at Sacramento High School. She serves on the Board of Directors for the California Science Teachers Association. Betsy Hannah Shulevitz Golub (MPA '92) is currently the director of section 8 programs, overseeing a budget of $64 million for affordable housing. John M. Kamana, III (BS '92) is currently a sales representative for a highly respected water treatment company. Scott G. Krafthefer (MRED '92) started Oakwood Development, featuring office and retail properties, as well as infill single-family residences in West Suburban Chicago. He serves as chairman of the Ogden Avenue Redevelopment Committee, and is a member of the Downers Grove Chamber of Commerce. Timothy J. Lavin (BS '92) started his own promotional products company and is providing promotional items for top companies around the country. The name of his company, Mad Dog Promotional Products, comes from his nickname he got while playing football at USC. Donald W. Pedersen ('92) was sworn in as chief of police of the Signal Hill (California) Police Department. Jeffrey Persson (MHA '92) recently founded Creative HealthCare Solutions, providing management consulting to hospitals, HMOs and medical groups around the country. 1991 Merry (Dawson) Bown (MPA '91) and Patrick Bown announce the birth of their son, Julian David. Clyde Cronkhite (DPA '91) is a criminal justice and public administration professor at Western Illinois University. He is also the former director of the Center for the Administration of Justice at USC. Leonard H. Friedman (Ph.D. '91) has just been elected Program-Chair for the Health Care Management Division of the Academy of Management and has also been selected as one of the new board members of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration. Vince Micone (MPA '91) was recently appointed by Mayor Anthony Williams to the District of Columbia Commission on National and Community Service. Mark Persico (MPL '91) is the director of community development for the City of West Hollywood. Dawn Manuel Rinker (MSG/MPL '91) works as a consultant for due diligence and entitlements of real estate projects. Caprice Young (MPA '91) is an executive of a sucessful Internet firm and just began her third year as a member of the Los Angeles Board of Education, for which she serves as President. 1990 Mark Alexander (MPA '90) is assistant city manager and duputy city attorney for the City of La Cañada Flintridge. Bob Brandt (IPAD '90) is brewmaster of his restaurant in historic downtown Torrance, CA called the Red Car Brewery. His brews have been enjoyed at the last two SPPD Homecoming Tailgates. William J. Dodds (MRED '90) was recently promoted to senior vice president of finance and operations for KSL Development Corporation. Corina A. Espinoza-Jackson (MPA '90) was recently appointed to the director of campus and student services for the California School of Professional Psych/Alliant University after serving as the director of student activities, California State University Bakersfield and Director of the Cross-Cultural Center at UC Irvine. She is the founding and past president of the California Council of Cultural Centers in Higher Education (CaCCCHE). Michael P. Herek (MPA '90) is currently Lieutenant for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. He worked as a transition team member to open the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in 1997. Lance Larson (BS '90) has joined Copeland, Lowery & Jacquez, a California-focused bipartisan government relations firm, as a legislative associate. He will be handling Congressional appropriations, specializing in defense, housing, health and energy issues. David Much (BS '90) was recently promoted to Major for the United States Marine Corps Reserve. Barbara Zoller Riegel (BS '90) is currently the vice president of planning and business development for two Los Angeles Hospitals. She also serves on the HFMA and JLLA. Mr. Donald L. Venneberg (MPA '90) retired from federal government service where he worked for the U.S. General Services Administration. Amelious Whyte (BS '90) has been working at the University of Minnesota in various capacities since 1991, after completing a MA degree in public affairs at the Humphrey Institute.
The Housing Authority assigns participant files, in general, by the area in which the Section 8 unit is located and by the alphabet letter for the participants last name. Example : A participant with the last name of Jones that lives in the zip code of 92503 would be assigned to A. Hall. There are a few exceptions to this practice for participants that are in special programs like Family Self Sufficiency or are in the process of relocating or are living in a large apartment complex. Below is the assignment grid that will enable you to find the Housing Specialist that is assigned to a particular file. This listing is for the Riverside office. The telephone numbers for the Housing Specialists are listed at Telephone Numbers Riverside (West County office) CASELOAD DISTRIBUTION 11/01/04 92501 (Riverside) M. Hodges (MH) 92503 (Riverside) A - J A. Hall (AH) K - Z C. Olds (CO) 92504 (Riverside) A - O M. Ferrall (MF) P - Sa B. Langley (BL) Sc - Z K. Davis (KD) Goldware Senior Housing All A. Villa (AV) 92505 (Riverside) A - Z T. Resendez (TR) 92506 (Riverside) A - F S. Lancaster (SL) G - Z T. Nielsen (TN) 92507 (Riverside) A - Ce D. Barragan (DB) Ch - D A. Ruiz (AR) E - Ma M. Clemmons (MN) Mc - Z G. Gates (GG) 92508 (Riverside) M. Hodges (MH) 92509 (Riverside) A - J C. Chavez (CC) K - Z B. Langley (BL) Corona (all zipcodes) A - L C. Smith (CS) M - V S. Lancaster (SL) W - Z B. Langley (BL) 91752 (Mira Loma) R. Vetrino (RV) Country Village A - D C. Rodriguez (CR) Country Village E - K J. White (JW) Country Village L - Z R. Vetrino (RV) 91760, 92860 (Norco) C. Rodriguez (CR) 92530/92532 (Lake Elsinore) A - G C. Chavez (CC) H - Z C. Rodriguez (CR) Hemet (all zipcodes) A - Gi T. MacDonald (TD) Go - La T. Hill (TH) Le - N A. Ward (AW) O - Z C. Marshall (CM) 92548 (Homeland) C. Chavez (CC) 92549 (Idyllwild) C. Marshall (CM) 92562 (Murietta) L. Alaniz (EA) 92567 (Nuevo) C. Chavez (CC) 92584 (Menifee) C. Chavez (CC) 92585 (Quail Valley) C. Chavez (CC) 92586 (Sun City) B. Langley (BL) 92590 (Temecula) L. Alaniz (EA) 92595 (Wildomar) C. Chavez (CC) 92596 (Winchester) C. Chavez (CC) Moreno Valley 92551 A - E M. Ferrall (MF) F - I D. Rodriguez (DR) J - Z R. Vetrino (RV) 92553 A S. Lancaster (SL) B R. Vetrino (RV) C Y. Calbay (YC) D S. Lancaster (SL) E - Mc A. Ruiz (AR) Me - Mo D. Rodriguez (DR) Mu - Pa S. Lancaster (SL) Pe - Ti D. Rodriguez (DR) To - Z A. Lerma (AL) 13400 Elsworth (Moreno Valley) 08273 R. Vetrino (RV) Mountain View Apts (13125 Heacock) 00111 D. Rodriguez (DR) Heacock Park (13325 Heacock) 07819 C. Smith (CS) 92555 A. Hall (AH) 92557 A - G C. Smith (CS) H - Z T. Nielsen (TN) 92582/92583 (San Jacinto) A. Lerma (AL) 92570/92571 (Perris) A - H Y. Calbay (YC) I - R A. Ward (AW) S - Z D. Barragan (DB) Hunt Club (1355 S. Perris Blvd) 04203 D. Barragan (DB) Employee Relatives M. Ledesma (ML) FSS : Moreno Valley J. Wickam (JE) Riverside J. White (JW) Hemet/San Jacinto T. Hill (TH) All other areas C. Rodriguez (CR) SHELTER PLUS : Yvette Calbay HOP : Bonnie Langley MOD : Carmen Chavez, Amelia Lerma, D. Rodriguez, B. Langley PUBLIC HOUSING : El Dorado Gardens (4675 Jackson St.) G. Barnett (GB) Moreno Valley/San Jacinto/HELP homes G. Barnett (GB) 34th St., Rubidoux/ Fort Dr/Highland/Midway T. Vetrino (TV) Fairview/Broadway T. Vetrino (TV)
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