Ozark Guidance

For more than 40 years, Ozark Guidance has helped tens of thousands of people -- adults, children and families -- live better lives through quality mental health services. Services range from counseling and educational programs to more intensive levels of care. When emergency care is needed, a toll-free emergency phone line can be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week when situations become too difficult to handle alone. Ozark Guidance has a team of mental health professionals to diagnose and treat those with mental illnesses and disorders. This multi-disciplinary team includes a staff of psychiatrists who are experts in the management of medications. The team also includes psychologists, counselors, nurses, therapists, social workers and mental health paraprofessionals. Staff members help people identify the source of their illness or problem that is preventing them from living a focused life. Access is easy with the main campus in Springdale and satellite offices in Bentonville, Berryville, Huntsville, and Siloam Springs.

Springdale Center for Health

The Springdale Center for Health is an outpatient clinic that offers high quality care. Conveniently located near the Har-Ber Meadows neighborhood in west Springdale, the outpatient clinic provides Digital Screening Mammography, Bone Density, Digital X-Ray, Ultrasound, and EKG imaging.

The clinic also provides prenatal care, gynecology, infertility, urogynecology and preventative, acute and chronic care of the cardiac and vascular systems as well as urological disorders.

Community Clinic

Community Clinic is Northwest Arkansas’ largest safety-net healthcare provider, offering comprehensive healthcare to underserved neighbors in Benton and Washington County. The clinic served over 25,000 patients last year with half of those patients being children.

As a Community Health Center, patients pay for services on an income-based sliding fee discount based on their household size and income. Community Clinic offers affordable, quality primary and preventive care in order to build a stronger and healthier community for all. Services include family, pediatric, prenatal and dental services. A bi-lingual staff helps enroll patients in ARKids 1st and Medicaid, ensuring that everyone in the community has access to the healthcare they deserve.

Hope Cancer Resources

The mission of Hope Cancer Resources is to provide compassionate, professional cancer support and education to the Northwest Arkansas region.  Its services allow cancer patients to have access to support services they need with a focus on improving quality of life and lowering the incidence of cancer in Northwest Arkansas.

Hope Cancer Resources employs a highly-professional staff which includes a team of licensed oncology social workers, a Spanish interpreter, and certified health education specialists. A transportation service is provided to take patients to every cancer treatment as needed as well as education to help a patient during and after their treatment. Financial assistance is also provided for prescription medications, nutritional supplements, gas cards, as well as everyday living expenses to alleviate some of the financial stress a patient and their family may face.