Since September 1989 Arkansas Support Network has offered Community Living Services. Until recently, individuals who experienced a developmental disability (mental challenges, cerebral palsy, autism, or epilepsy) and could not live within their homes or communities without specialized services or supports often found that the only available choice was institutionalization. The CLS program is designed to ensure that institutionalization is never the only option. Through the use of paid staff and natural supports, we provide individualized services which make it possible for individuals with severe disabilities to thrive in the community. Our CLS staff are recognized statewide for their expertise and dedication.
Provides a range of services, from minimal assistance to full-time, live-in support, which assist individuals in living in their own homes and communities. Contact Chris Brace.
Provides services which enable individuals who need assistance with activities of daily living to continue to reside in their own homes or with their families. Contact Jane Stitt.
Provides assistance with coordination of services and community resources, advocacy, planning, and monitoring and evaluation of services provided. Contact Chris Brace.