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About CCMC

About Us

WHO WE ARE

CCMC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in Hot Springs, Arkansas. We strive to improve the quality of life for people who are under-served and under-resourced in our community by addressing poverty, physical and spiritual well-being, and practical concerns and needs. 

WHAT WE DO

CCMC focuses on three areas of human need: (1) Poverty Reduction; (2) Charitable Healthcare Services; and (3) Case Management. 

  1. Bridges Out of Poverty is the framework that informs our work to reduce generational poverty in the community. We work collaboratively with other organizations, agencies, and individuals to train, raise awareness, create workable strategies, and affect change that enables a more sustainable future for both individuals and our community. We coordinate Getting Ahead Classes with various organizations to offer, throughout the year, 14-week semesters of free classes to those in poverty who are ready to learn how to build resources and plan for a more stable future. For more information about training and Getting Ahead programs, call 501-318-1153 x303 or click here to email. 
  2. Our Charitable Clinics provides medical, dental, vision, and pharmacy services to those in our community who are uninsured and under-insured. Volunteer health care professionals serve those in need, providing routine medical examinations, simple dental extractions and dental hygiene, eye care, and pharmacy prescription medications (NO narcotics are on the premises). NOTE: Clients must first be registered in order to be seen in one of our clinics. The registration process is by appointment only. Once registered, appointments can be made with our various clinics. To make a registration appointment, please call our offices at 501-318-1153 (Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm). Walk-ins to the medical clinic by our registered patients are accepted only on the second Tuesday of each month from 6pm-8pm. 
  3. Case Managers meet regularly with people who need assistance to access needed resources and services. Coordination and collaboration of services among approved agencies include healthcare, spiritual needs, mental health care, law enforcement, food, shelter, transportation, and education. Case Managers see individuals by appointment only. To make an appointment with a Case Manager, please call our offices at 501-318-1153 (Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm).