Drew County Partners
Tri County Rural Health Network
Tri County Rural Health Network, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that seeks to improve access to Healthcare for all. We target vulnerable populations, and currently serve 15 counties in the Arkansas Delta: Arkansas, Ashley, Chicot, Desha, Drew, Jefferson, Lee, Lincoln, Mississippi, Monroe, Phillips, St. Francis, and Woodruff. We also serve Pulaski County and Lonoke County. Our Community Health Workers (CHWs) are called Community Connectors. One focus is connecting elderly and adult disabled citzens to home and community based services as alternatives to nursing homes. Our newest program is PATH, a pilot project to demonstrate patient-centered medical homes with Community Connectors on the team both improves a patients quality of life and provides cost savings for Medicaid. Our goals are to enhance quality of life and to reduce costs for Medicaid. Community Connecting is our profession and our way of life.
The Dermatology Clinic of Arkansas
Providing quality skin care treatments including surgical, and cosmetic. Providing a variety of services
Tender Loving Care
Part of the American Cancer Society. Provides wigs and and other hair loss products to women going through cancer as well mastectomy products at affordable prices.
Partners for Inclusive Communities
Arkansas’ University Center on Disabilities. Partners achieves its mission by assessing the needs of individuals with disabilities, then addressing those needs through research, education, community service, training, technical assistance and collecting and sharing information.
NCI Cancer Information Service
Provides the general public with cancer information and knowledge
UAPB Minority Initiative Sub-Recipient Grant Office
Providing smoking cessation programs to minority communities
Lupus Foundation of Arkansas
Devoted to slowing the mystery of Lupus while giving support/resources to those who suffer from this disease. To provide patient educating advocacy and support to all affected by Lupus, increase public awareness of the debilitating disease, and help raise research dollars to find a better diagnosis, a better treatment, and a CURE.
Look Good Feel Better Program
Providing cancer patients/survivors with beauty, health and wellness resources
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Gateway Chapter
Local Office: 501-227-6416
Patient support, patient education, corporate involvement.
Arkansas Coalition for Obesity Prevention
The Arkansas Coalition for Obesity Prevention (ArCOP) is focusing on making the healthy choice the first choice. The coalition’s mission is to improve the health of all Arkansas communities by increasing physical activity and healthy eating to reduce and prevent obesity. Growing Healthy Communities (GHC), the Coalition’s primary project, brings together individuals, companies and organizations across sector lines to recognize that a healthy community is a better community on virtually every measure of success.