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Programs, Services, & Resources

Frequent Referrals and Links

These are links to agencies, services, and reports for those seeking useful resources and information. CCMC is not responsible for the content, programs, or services described in these external links or points of contact. For questions regarding any of these agencies and resources, please contact those entities, directly. 

  • Food Pantries and Meal information. We encourage you to call before going to any on this list because services and serving times change frequently.

  • Several agencies and programs offer assistance for those who struggle paying their utilities. This list provides information on a few available programs.

  • A list of agencies and services throughout Garland County compiled by United Way of the Ouachitas.
    For more information, call Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm

  • The Aspire Arkansas report is both a yardstick to measure where our state currently stands and a compass to help our communities determine where we should go.

  • The 30th edition of the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s KIDS COUNT® Data Book begins explores how America’s child population — and the American childhood experience — has changed since 1990.

  • Meals are served Monday - Saturday, noon-1pm.
    705 Malvern Ave. in Hot Springs

  • Meals are served Monday - Friday, 5pm-6pm and Sunday, 12:30pm-1:30pm
    115 Crescent Ave. in Hot Springs

  • Meals are served Sunday, 4pm-6pm
    841 Quapaw Ave.

  • Ouachita Behavioral Health and Wellness
    125 Wellness Way

  • Intracity Transit (IT) buses operate from 6:10am until 6pm, Monday though Friday, and from 10:10am until 6pm on Saturday.
    All bus routes begin and end their daily runs at the Transportation Plaza, 100 Broadway Terrace.
    Buses do not run on Sunday, New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, or Christmas.
    For more information, call 501-321-2020. Paratransit Service is 501-321-6625. TDD is 501-321-6843.

    Fares and Information:

    Passenger Price
    Adult / Youth $1.25
    Senior / Disabled (ID Required) $0.50
    Preschoolers Free
    Transfers are free. You must receive a transfer pass from driver upon entering the bus.

    Monthly Passes
    Passenger Price
    Adult $41.25
    Senior / Disabled (ID Required) $22.00
    Youth $27.50

    Coupon Books
    Coupon books provide coupons for 10 rides. The prices follow:
    Passenger Price
    Adult $9.25
    Senior / Disabled (ID Required) $5.00
    Youth $6.25

  • Information regarding the Hot Springs Housing Authority's apartments, Section 8 wait lists, and public housing programs.
    Applications can be picked up Monday-Thursday, 7:30pm - 5:30pm
    1004 Illinois St in Hot Springs

  • Affordable Housing - Levi Towers (age 62+)

    Pick up applications at 240 Prospect Ave. in Hot Springs

  • Affordable Housing - Aristocrat (age 62+, disabilities)

    Pick up applications Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm
    240 Central Ave

  • Affordable Housing - Home Harbor

    Pick up applications Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:30pm
    501 Malvern Ave. in Hot Springs

  • 2254 Albert Pike #A in Hot Springs

  • 1702 Malvern Ave #B in Hot Springs

  • 4328 Central Ave #D in Hot Springs

  • 1301 Central Ave. in Hot Springs

  • 2254 Albert Pike #A in Hot Springs

  • Veterans - Stoneworks

    Meet at Garland County Library Thursdays, 10:30am-12:30pm
    1427 Malvern Ave. in Hot Springs
    Sheryl Talbert 501-620-9381

  • HOTLINE 501-865-3939
    202 S Third St. in Hot Springs