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ARC of Anderson County - Advocacy

Promotes advocacy, empowerment, and full participation for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in Anderson, Roane and Morgan Counties.

Services: Advocacy

161 Robertsville Road

D-1

Oak Ridge, TN 37830

(865) 685-0159

Arc of Coffee and Moore Counties

Promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.

Services: Advocacy

PO Box 141

Tullahoma, TN 37388

(931) 308-8816

Arc of Rutherford County

Advocates for the rights and full participation of all people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.

Services: Advocacy, Donation Pickups, Volunteer Opportunities

1109 Carrington Place

Murfreesboro, TN 37128

(615) 801-8147

Arc of Williamson County

Provides advocacy, research, education and quality of life services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Services: Advocacy, Family Caregiver Subsidies, Undesignated Temporary Financial Assistance

129 West Fowlkes Street

Suite 143

Franklin, TN 37064

(615) 790-5815 x3

Arkansas Attorney General - Consumer Protection Div - Consumer Complaints

State attorney general accepts and mediates Arkansas consumer complaints like alleged Medicaid fraud, identity theft, vehicle complaints and junk mail.

Services: Automobile Parts/Repair Complaints, Automobile Sales Complaints, Consumer Action Information/Support, Identity Theft Reporting/Recovery Programs, Junk Mail/Email Opt Out Assistance, Medicare Fraud Reporting

323 Center Street Suite 200

Little Rock, AR 72201

(800) 482-8982

Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Board - Crime Victim Compensation

May provide compensation for medical expenses, temporary total disability, permanent partial/total disability, death benefits for crime victims or their survivors for crimes committed in Arkansas if they meet eligibility requirements.

Services: Crime Victim Compensation

#1 State Police Plaza Drive

Arkansas Department of Public Safety

Little Rock, AR 72209

(501) 682-1020

Arkansas Crisis Center

Provides crisis hotline for emotional support/suicide prevention and also provides some referrals for basic needs, counseling or information on eligibility for crime victims reparations assistance.

Services: Crime Victim Compensation, General Crisis Intervention Hotlines, Suicide Prevention Hotlines

Springdale, AR 72764

(888) 274-7472

Arkansas Department of Transportation

Provides real-time traveler information for highways in Arkansas.

Services: Litter Control, Reckless Driving Reporting, Road Closures Bulletins, State Government Information Services, Traffic Bulletins/Information

10324 Interstate 30 (Exit 130)

Little Rock, AR 72209

(501) 569-2374

Arkansas Dept of Veterans Affairs

Provides Arkansas veterans with information/services about pensions, compensation, home loans, education, hospitalization, burial, discharge information, and government life insurance.

Services: Veteran Benefits Assistance, Veteran Burial Benefits, Veteran Home Loans, Veteran Life Insurance, Veteran Pension Program

2200 Fort Roots Building 111

North Little Rock, AR 72114

(501) 683-2382

A Safe Harbor Home, Inc

Our mission is to equip victims of domestic violence, their children and the disabled homeless with the necessary tools to empower their lives / Programs: Housing for Victims of Domestic Violence: Housing financial assistance / Access to counseling services / Vocational training / Life skills that support independent living / Housing for Homeless Persons & Families: Establish safe permanent housing / Provide housing financial assistance / Provide access to counseling services, vocational training and life skills / Provide extended housing financial support based on individual/family needs / Dating Violence Prevention Program: Bring awareness of dating violence to students ages 11 through 18 / Expose warning signs and behaviors that could lead to dating violence / Provide Participants with emotional support / Provide access to counseling services / Supportive services are available for 6 months to 12 months.

Services: At Risk/Homeless Housing Related Assistance Programs, Dating Violence Prevention, Domestic Violence Shelters, Family Permanent Supportive Housing, Homelessness Prevention Programs, Homeless Permanent Supportive Housing, Recovery Homes/Halfway Houses, Special Needs Shelters, Transitional Housing/Shelter

P O Box 2921

Greeneville, TN 37743

(423) 218-0774

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