Arkansas Support Network’s Family Support Program (FSP) plays an important role helping children who have disabilities at home and in healthy settings with their families. FSP also includes the Northwest Arkansas Community Parent Resource Center (NWA CPRC). The resources provided aren’t just focused on the child who has a disability but the family as a whole.
Johnny Nicholson started working at Arkansas Support Network in November, 2014. He came to Arkansas after Hurricane Katrina. He didn’t have any experience working with or even knowing people who have disabilities. His background was in sales, and he had worked as an apartment manager. After a stop in Siloam Springs, he made his home
This year the University of Arkansas held its 2016 Spring Day of Service on Saturday, April 2nd. This event had 465 participants contributing over 1,268 hours for several participating organizations including Arkansas Support Network. UA volunteers participated in relocating Encore Kids to its new home at 2705 S. Thompson in Springdale. Maria Nessim was our
Arkansas Support Network CEO Keith Vire announced last week our new accreditation: We couldn’t be more proud today. We had a great team of reviewers from the Council on Quality and Leadership with us for four days last week. They reviewed and evaluated every facet of our organization, and when they met with our leadership
#ArkansasGives is Thursday, April 7th Our supporters will have an opportunity to stretch their charitable dollars by making online gifts to Arkansas Support Network through ArkansasGives.org from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. April 7. ASN will also be eligible to earn bonus dollars from a $400,000 bonus pool provided by Arkansas Community Foundation. All donations