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About Baptist Health Therapy Center-Otter Creek

Baptist Health Therapy Center-Otter Creek provides therapy for orthopedic, neurologic and other medical conditions. Specialized therapies include functional capacity evaluation and work conditioning, isokinetic testing and training, athletic training, pediatric therapy and neurological rehabilitation.

Staffed by occupational and physical therapists with specialized certifications, Baptist Health Therapy Center-Otter Creek emphasizes personal service. Your therapist makes a point to know you, your medical history and your progress. And your therapist stays in touch with your doctor to keep him or her apprised of your progress, adjusting treatment when necessary and correcting problems if they arise. Learn more about the care team at Baptist Health Therapy Center-Otter Creek.

To be referred to the clinic for outpatient occupational and physical therapy, you will need a prescription from your doctor. This can be mailed, faxed, or hand-carried to the clinic.

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Baptist Health Therapy Center-Otter Creek is a service of Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute.

About

I have 10 years of experience in Outpatient, Inpatient and Acute Care Physical Therapy and have been the Clinic Manager of the Otter Creek Outpatient Therapy Clinic for 9 years. I became interested in the field of physical therapy when I sustained a knee injury in college. There were no surgical options for my knee so I was referred to physical therapy. Under the guidance of a physical therapist, I was able to return to playing competitive basketball.

My wife, Kelli, and I have two children ages 9 and 7. I enjoy spending time with my family, reading Christian apologetics, hiking, working out and volunteering at my church and for the Saline County Boys and Girls Clubs.

Education 

DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Central Arkansas, 2009

BS – Bachelor of Science, Computer Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis w/emphasis in Accounting, University of Arkansas, 2000

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Brain injuries are far too common. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control, traumatic brain injury affects more than 1.5 million people in the United States every year. While a small percentage of these people die, the others are left with chronic symptoms and complications that affect their lives indefinitely. Financial strain is also common among people with this condition.

The state of Arkansas offers a wide variety of services that can be beneficial to people with brain injuries, from financial assistance to education. Some of these resources are listed below.

Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Following a brain injury, some people may turn to alcohol or other drugs for comfort and/or self-medication. Unfortunately, this often leads to drug abuse and addiction, which can make the individual’s life even worse. Several programs are available to help people who struggle with alcohol and drug abuse in Arkansas.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiStockton Medical Group of North Little Rock4260 Stockton Drive, Suite A North Little Rock, AR 72117http://www.stocktonmedgroup.org/(501) 916-9129FaulknerCommunity Action Program for Central Arkansas707 Robins Street Conway, AR 72034http://www.capcainc.org/501-329-0977PulaskiNorth Little Rock Community Health Center2525 Willow St Ste 1 North Little Rock, AR 72114501-812-0255PulaskiCOLLEGE STATION CLINICFrazier Pike Little Rock, AR 72206501-490-2440PulaskiHOMELESS OPEN HANDS1225 Dr Martin Luther King Dr Little Rock, AR 72202-4743(501) 244-2121PulaskiARcare – 8811219 Financial Centre Pkwy Ste 200 Little Rock, AR 72211501-455-2712PulaskiLittle Rock CHC1100 N University Ave Ste 125 Little Rock, AR 72207http://www.jccsi.org/501-663-0055FaulknerArcare- 241500 Museum Rd Ste 104 Conway, AR 72032https://www.arcare.net/870-347-2534SAMHSAhttps://www.samhsa.gov/877-SAMHSA-7SAMHSA’s National Helpline1-800-662-HELP

Assistive Technology

In many cases, people with brain injuries require assistive technology in order to function normally and live their best lives. These technologies can be expensive and difficult to find. Several organizations in Arkansas exist to help connect people with brain injuries with affordable assistive technologies that improve their quality of life.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiIncreasing Capabilities Access Network (iCAN) 900 W.7th Street Little Rock, AR 72201http://ar-ican.org/501-666-8868Telecommunication Access Programhttp://arktap.org/501-686-9693

Benefits and Assistance

Brain injuries often make it difficult or impossible for individuals to work and make a living on their own. In such cases, these individuals may qualify for certain benefits, such as disability payments or financial assistance. The programs below help victims of brain injuries to find and qualify for benefits and assistance.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhoneClarkArkadelphia HDC1 Prator Drive Arkadelphia, AR 71923Link870-246-8011BentonDHS-Benton900 SE 13th Court Bentonville, AR 72712-5998Link479-273-9011ClarkDHS-Clark602 South 10th Street Arkadelphia, AR 71923http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/offices/detail/clark870-246-9886FaulknerDHS-Conway150 East Siebenmorgen Road Conway, AR 72032http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/offices/detail/conway-hdc501-329-6851PulaskiDHS-Donaghey Plaza North617 Main Street Little Rock, AR 72203-1437http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/offices/detail/donaghey-plaza-north501-682-1001PulaskiDHS-Donaghey Plaza South700 Main Street Little Rock, AR 72203-1437http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/offices/detail/donaghey-plaza-south501-682-1001PulaskiDHS-Donaghey Plaza West618 Main Street, Little Rock, AR 72203-1437http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/offices/detail/donaghey-plaza-west501-682-1001FaulknerDHS-Faulkner1000 East Siebenmorgen Conway, AR 72203-0310http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/offices/detail/faulkner501-730-9900PulaskiDHS-Pulaski East1424 East Second Little Rock, AR 72203-8083http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/offices/detail/pulaski-east501-371-1300PulaskiDHS-Pulaski North1900 East Washington Avenue Little Rock, AR 72119-5791http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/offices/detail/pulaski-north501-682-0100PulaskiDHS-Pulaski South1105 MLK, Jr. Little Rock, AR 72203-2620http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/offices/detail/pulaski-south501-682-9200PulaskiDHS-Pulaski SW6810 Baseline Road Little Rock, AR 72219-8916http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/offices/detail/pulaski-sw501-371-1100SalineDHS-Saline – AHC6701 Highway 67 Bentonville, AR 72015http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/offices/detail/saline-ahc501-860-0500SalineDHS-Saline 11603 Edison Avenue Bentonville, AR 72018-0608http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/offices/detail/saline-1501-315-1600PulaskiSocial Security OfficeRM 1201 Federal BLDG 700 W. Capitol Street Little Rock, AR 722011-866-593-0933FaulknerSocial Security Office2475 Christina LN Conway, AR 72034https://www.ssa.gov/1-855-727-3599PulaskiMedicaid OfficeDonaghey Plaza, P.O. Box 1437 Little Rock, AR 72203http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/501-682-1001

Brain Injury Support Group

Living with a brain injury is challenging in many ways, and people who don’t struggle with this condition may not understand the depth of the effects. Brain injury support groups give people who have this condition a chance to interact with their peers, discuss the challenges they face and share their experiences.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhoneBentonNeuroRestorative Timber Ridge-Support Group1500 Hwy 298 Benton, AR 72015http://www.neurorestorative.com/501-594-8291PulaskiBaptist Health Rehabilitation Institute-Brain Injury Support Group9501 Baptist Health Drive Little Rock, AR 72205https://www.baptist-health.com/class/brain-injury-support-group(501) 202-7047Brain Injury Networkhttps://www.facebook.com/braininjurynetwork/PatientsLikeMehttps://www.patientslikeme.comDaily Strengthhttps://www.dailystrength.org/group/brain-injuryMedHelphttps://www.medhelp.org/forums/Head–Traumatic-Brain-Injury/show/282PulaskiBrain Injury Alliance of Arkansas1501 N. University Avenue, Suite 221 Little Rock, AR 72207http://www.adcpti.org/content/resources/brain_injury_alliance_ar.asp501-614-7020Brain Injury Survivors: Photographers & Artistshttps://www.flickr.com/groups/[email protected]/

Education

Education can help people with brain injuries to advance their careers and/or improve their quality of life by developing new skills. However, brain injuries can make it more difficult for individuals to learn and engage. Fortunately, several organizations in the state of Arkansas provide educational services and resources for people with brain injuries.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiAmerican Civil Liberties Union (A.C.L.U.)904 West 2nd Street Little Rock, AR 72201http://www.acluarkansas.org(501) 374-2660“Here’s To Your Health”https://uamshealth.com/Psychology Todayhttps://www.psychologytoday.com/PulaskiArkansas Department of Education Special Education Unit1401 West Capitol Ave, Victory Bldg. Suite 450, Little Rock, AR 72201http://www.arkansased.gov/divisions/learning-services/special-education501-682-4221or TTY 501-682-4222National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokehttps://www.ninds.nih.gov/Disorders/Healthlinehttps://www.healthline.com/health/best-traumatic-brain-injury-blogs#7PulaskiArkansas State Independent Living Council10 Corporate Hill Drive, Suite 240 Little Rock, AR 72205http://www.ar-silc.org/index.html501-372-0607

Emergency Services

Brain injuries can affect a victim’s life in many different ways, leading to a higher likelihood of medical complications, accidents and other emergencies that may be life-threatening. The organizations below can provide assistance and support to individuals with brain injuries in the event of a variety of different types of emergencies.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiAmerican Red Cross in Arkansas- Little Rock401 South Monroe Little Rock, AR 72205http://www.redcross.org/local/arkansas/501-748-1000PulaskiHeart of Arkansas United Way516 W Pershing Blvd North Little Rock, AR 72114http://www.heartaruw.org/501) 376-4567FaulknerUnited Way of Central Arkansas, Inc.1120 Oak St., Conway, AR 72032https://www.uwcark.org/(501) 327-5087PulaskiArkansas Hunger Relief Alliance1400 West Markham Street Suite 304 Little Rock, AR 72201https://arhungeralliance.org/501-399-9999FaulknerSoul Food Café Mission1717 S. Donaghey Ave. Conway, AR 72034http://www.soulfoodcafemission.org/(501)575-2929

Employment Assistance

Depending on the extent of the brain injury, an individual may still be able to hold a job and earn an income. However, finding an appropriate job can be difficult, as many people with brain injuries need special accommodations. Several organizations in Arkansas provide employment assistance to victims of brain injuries.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhoneSalineCentral Arkansas Development Council321 Edison Avenue Benton, AR 72018http://www.needhelppayingbills.com/501-315-1121ClarkCentral Arkansas Development Council-Arkadelphia Office1305 N. 10th. St. Arkadelphia, AR 71923http://www.needhelppayingbills.com/870-403-0679PulaskiVocational Rehabilitation and Employment -Veterans Resource CenterLittle Rock AFB 19 MDSS/SGST Little Rock AFB, AR 72099https://www.benefits.va.gov/littlerock/

Family Support

Living with a brain injury is certainly difficult, but being the family member of someone with a brain injury isn’t easy either. Meeting with other people who have a family member with a brain injury can help to lighten the burden by allowing individuals to discuss their experiences in a safe environment.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhoneFamily Caregiver Alliancehttps://www.caregiver.org/ClarkArkansas Trauma Rehabilitation Program4301 W Markham St Slot 519 Little Rock, AR 72205https://www.atrp.ar.gov/1-855-767-6983

Financial Assistance

From high medical costs to purchasing assistive technology, living with a brain injury can cause significant financial strain. Financial assistance programs exist to help brain injury victims afford necessities, as well as the care and services they need to live a good life. A variety of these programs are available throughout Arkansas.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiBaptist Health Insurance & Financial Assistance904 Autumn Road, Suite 400 Little Rock, AR 72211https://www.baptist-health.com/(501) 202-3900PulaskiCHI St. Vincent Medical Eligibility and Counseling Services2 St. Vincent Cir Little Rock, AR 72205http://www.chistvincent.com/501.552.3138FaulknerConway Regional Medical Center Patient Financial Service Department2114 College Avenue Conway, AR 72034http://www.conwayregional.org/(501)450-2121

Food Bank

In cases where having a brain injury has led to financial strain, individuals struggling with this condition may not be able to afford groceries to feed themselves or their families. Food banks throughout the state of Arkansas exist to provide food to families that can’t afford to purchase it themselves.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiArkansas Foodbank4301 W 65th Street, Little Rock, AR 72209https://arkansasfoodbank.org/501.565.8121

People with brain injuries can often recover with the right stimulation. For example, although it may take time, it is sometimes possible to regain function by engaging in certain exercises. Below are some games and applications that may be beneficial to patients with brain injuries in the state of Arkansas.

Hearing Aids

Having a brain injury sometimes leads to hearing deficits that can make daily living difficult. Fortunately, many people who have hearing loss because of a brain injury can regain some of their hearing by investing in a hearing aid. Below are some organizations that provide hearing aids for qualifying individuals in Arkansas.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhoneX11 Apps-Super Hearing Aid – audio enhancerhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/super-hearing-aid-audio-enhancer/id1118416141?mt=8IT ForYou- Petralex Hearing aidhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/petralex-hearing-aid/id816133779?mt=8

Homeless Shelters

Having a brain injury leads to unemployment and financial strain in many cases. If the situation becomes even more serious, the individual may even end up homeless. In such cases, homeless shelters in Arkansas can provide much-needed safety until the individual is able to get back on his or her feet.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiLittle Rock Compassion Center3618 W Roosevelt Rd Little Rock, AR 72204http://www.lrcompassioncenter.org/(501) 296-9114PulaskiLittle Rock Compassion Center4210 Asher Ave Little Rock, AR 72204http://www.lrcompassioncenter.org/501-663-2972PulaskiDisability Rights Center, Inc.400 West Capitol, Suite 1200 Little Rock, AR 72201https://disabilityrightsar.org/501.296.1775

Hospital

Someone who has suffered a brain injury may need to visit a hospital for emergencies, scheduled tests or treatment. Choosing the right hospital is essential in order to ensure that the individual receives the care he or she needs. A variety of good quality hospitals are available across the state of Arkansas in convenient locations.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiArkansas Children’s Hospital1 Children’s Way Little Rock, AR 72202http://www.archildrens.org/default.aspx(501) 364-1100PulaskiArkansas Children’s Hospital-Southwest Little Rock Community Clinic9015 Dailey Drive Little Rock, AR 72209http://www.archildrens.org/default.aspx501-364-6560PulaskiArkansas Children’s Hospital-West Little Rock Pediatric Clinic16101 Cantrell Rd #114, Little Rock, AR 72223http://www.archildrens.org/default.aspx(501) 364-8957PulaskiCHI St. Vincent Arkansas Neurosciences Institute5 St. Vincent Circle, Suite 210 Blandford Building Little Rock, AR 72205http://www.chistvincent.com/hospitals-locations/clinics/neurosciencesinstitute501.552.6400SalineSaline Memorial Hospital1 Medical Park Drive Benton, AR 72015http://www.salinememorial.org/501-776-6000/501-847-0613BentonNorthwest Medical Center : Bentonville3000 Medical Center Parkway Bentonville, AR 72712https://www.northwesthealth.com/bentonville-services-specialties(479) 553-1000BentonOzarks Community Hospital of GravetteBenton, Arkansas 72015 Little Rock, AR 72223https://www.ochonline.com/locations/ozarks-community-hospital/479-787-5291PulaskiUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences4301 West Markham Street Little Rock, Arkansas 72205https://uamshealth.com/501-686-7000PulaskiCornerstone Hospital of Little Rock2 St. Vincent Cir, 6th floor Little Rock, AR 72205http://www.chghospitals.com/littlerock/(501) 265-0600PulaskiCHI St. Vincent Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic – Little Rock1 St. Vincent Cir,. Suite 260 Little Rock, AR 72205http://www.chistvincent.com/clinical-services/behavioral-health/chi-st-vincent-behavioral-health-clinic-little-rock501.552.4755

Housing Assistance

Everyone needs a safe, stable home environment, but finding appropriate housing is even more important for someone with a brain injury. These individuals often need homes located close to doctor’s offices and/or hospitals. They may also need more affordable housing because of financial difficulties. Below are some of the organizations in Arkansas who provide housing assistance to people with this condition.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiHUD- Arkansas425 West Capitol Avenue Suite 1000 Little Rock, AR 72201-3488https://www.hud.gov/states/arkansas/offices(501) 918-5700PulaskiCloverdale Estates7009 Baseline Rd Little Rock, AR 72201http://www.accessiblespace.org/clover(501) 570-0814PulaskiHand Up Housing of Arkansas620 Curtis Sykes Dr. North Little Rock, AR 72114http://handuphousing.org/index.php501-658-1449BentonCommunity Development Corporation Bentonville/Bella Vista, Inc.808 N. Main (lower level), Bentonville, AR 72712http://www.cdcbentonville.com/wp/479-273-7344Mainstream Center for Independent Livinghttp://www.mainstreamilrc.com/index.html(501) 280-0012 TTY (501) 280-9262PulaskiAssociation of Programs for Rural Independent Living11324 Arcade Drive, Suite 9 Little Rock, AR 72212https://www.april-rural.org/501-753-3400

Legal Assistance

Individuals struggling with brain injuries may need legal assistance for a variety of reasons, from filing personal injury lawsuits against the party responsible for the injury to dealing with family law matters. Some of the organizations in Arkansas who provide legal assistance to people with brain injuries are listed below.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhoneClarkLaw Offices of Alan LeVar-Arkadelphia702 Caddo St. Arkadelphia, AR 71923https://www.levarlaw.com/arkadelphia-office/(870) 246-7070PulaskiLaw Offices of Alan LeVar-Litte Rock900 S. Shackleford Rd., Suite 300 Little Rock, AR 72211https://www.levarlaw.com/little-rock-office/(501) 708-4833FaulknerLaw Offices of Alan LeVar-Conway505 E. Dave Ward Dr., Suite 2 Conway, AR 72032https://www.levarlaw.com/conway-office/(501) 358-5050BentonLaw Offices of Alan LeVar-Bentonville1202 NE McClain Rd Bldg 7 Bentonville, AR 72712https://www.levarlaw.com/bentonville-office/(479) 202-0027PulaskiCenter for Arkansas Legal Services1300 West 6th Street Little Rock, AR 72201http://www.arlegalservices.org/center(501) 376-3423PulaskiLegal Aid of ArkansasArkansas Children’s Hospital – Little Rock 11 Children’s Way Little Rock, AR 72205http://arlegalaid.org/(501) 364-1541

Mental Health Services

Living with a brain injury is a challenging situation, which may raise the risk of a variety of mental illnesses. People with brain injuries may experience anxiety, depression, PTSD and other conditions that require treatment. Fortunately, a number of organizations throughout Arkansas provide mental health services to people with this condition.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiLittle Rock Community Mental Health Center, Inc.1100 North University Avenue Suite 200 in Evergreen Place Little Rock, AR 72207https://www.lrcmhc.com/501-686-9300PulaskiPinnacle House1020 West Daisy Bates Drive Little Rock, AR 72202https://www.lrcmhc.com/501-374-2665PulaskiBeverly Bejarano/Licensed Professional Counselor#4 Shackleford Plaza Suite 100 Little Rock AR 72211https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/beverly-bejaranolicensed-professional-counselor-little-rock-ar/243418870) 501-5032PulaskiNancy Lasiter KozlowskiPsychiatric Associates of Arkansas 9601 Baptist Health Drive 1050 Little Rock, AR 72205https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/nancy-lasiter-kozlowski-little-rock-ar/232212(501) 203-9959PulaskiPogue Counseling4700 W Commercial Suite B1 North Little, Rock AR 72116https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/sherry-l-pogue-north-little-rock-ar/94295(501) 476-5287PulaskiLW Brewer Wellness Associates, PLLC2725 Cantrell Rd Suite 106 Little Rock, AR 72202https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/linda-w-brewer-little-rock-ar/217541(501) 482-4456PulaskiRiverStone Wellness Center5905 Forest Place Suite 230 Little Rock, AR 72207https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/crystal-pace-little-rock-ar/333334(501) 777-3200 x14SalineDaily Bread Counseling-BentonFirst United Methodist Church 200 N. Market St. Benton, AR 72015https://www.dailybreadcounseling.com/locations/benton/501-847-2229PulaskiDaily Bread Counseling-Little RockHighland Valley United Methodist Church 15524 Chenal Pkwy Little Rock, AR 72211https://www.dailybreadcounseling.com/locations/little-rock/501-847-2229BentonUpSpring Therapy2106 S Walton Blvd Suite B Bentonville, AR 72712https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/upspring-therapy-bentonville-ar/335267(417) 815-0738PulaskiArgenta Counseling425 West Broadway Suite D North Little Rock, AR 72114https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/kellee-mccoy-north-little-rock-ar/296459(501) 215-5861FaulknerRestored Life Counseling710 South Country Club Road Conway, AR 72034https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/tresvil-gerard-pack-conway-ar/132054(501) 438-0547PulaskiArkansas Neuropsychology & Behavioral HealthWestlake Corp Park, Redding Building 1701 Centerview Dr., Suite 123 Little Rock, AR 72211http://anbhlr.com/501.537.1388PulaskiExpert Psychological Evaluations425 W. Capitol Ave, #235 Little Rock, AR 72201https://www.psychological-evaluations.com/501-444-2688FaulknerThriveworks Counseling575 Club Lane Suite 103 Conway, AR 72034http://thriveworks.com/(501) 404-9737PulaskiChenal Family Therapy -West Little Rock10800 Financial Centre Pkwy. Suite 290, Kirkpatrick Plaza Little Rock, AR 72211https://www.chenaltherapy.com/west-little-rock(501) 781-2230FaulknerChenal Family Therapy Conway575 Harkrider St. Conway, AR 72032https://www.chenaltherapy.com/conway(501) 781-2230SalineChenal Family Therapy Saline Co.2217 AR-5 North (Hwy.5) Benton, AR 72019https://www.chenaltherapy.com/bentonbryanttherapy(501) 781-2230BentonChenal Family Therapy – NWAFountain Plaza -803 SE Plaza Avenue Suite 7 Bentonville, AR 72712https://www.chenaltherapy.com/nwa479-595-0333PulaskiChenal Family Therapy North Little RockFirst Security McCain Building 2504 McCain Blvd Ste 200 North Little Rock, AR 72116https://www.chenaltherapy.com/north-little-rock501-781-2230

Physical Therapy

Brain injuries can cause a wide variety of physical symptoms and deficits. Although some of these problems may persist throughout the individual’s life, others will improve with physical therapy. Below is a list of some of the organizations in Arkansas that offer physical therapy services to patients with brain injuries.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiBaptist Health Rehabilitation Institute-Little Rock9501 Baptist Health Drive Little Rock, AR 72205https://www.baptist-health.com/location/baptist-health-rehabilitation-institute-little-rock-little-rock(501) 202-7000PulaskiBaptist Health Rehabilitation Institute-North Little Rock333 SpringHill Drive Little Rock, AR 72117https://www.baptist-health.com/location/baptist-health-rehabilitation-institute-north-little-rock(501) 202-3438PulaskiBaptist Health Rehabilitation Institute-Outpatient Clinic9501 Baptist Health Drive Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute, 1st Floor Little Rock, AR 72205https://www.baptist-health.com/location/baptist-health-rehabilitation-institute-outpatient-clinic-outpatient-clinic(501) 202-7043BentonBaptist Health Therapy Center-Benton-A Service of Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute819 West Carpenter Street Benton, AR 72015https://www.baptist-health.com/location/baptist-health-therapy-center-benton-service-baptist-health-rehabilitation-institute(501) 315-1803PulaskiBaptist Health Therapy Center-Bowman Curve-A Service of Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute200 North Bowman Road Bowman Curve II Little Rock, AR 72211https://www.baptist-health.com/location/baptist-health-therapy-center-bowman-curve-service-baptist-health-rehabilitation-institute(501) 228-0107FaulknerBaptist Health Therapy Center-Conway-A Service of Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute815 Hogan Lane Suite 5 Conway, AR 72034https://www.baptist-health.com/baptist-health-conway-ar/(501) 329-1888PulaskiBaptist Health Therapy Center-Heights-A Service of Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute5618 R Street Little Rock, AR 72207https://www.baptist-health.com/location/baptist-health-therapy-center-heights-service-baptist-health-rehabilitation-institute(501) 661-1555PulaskiBaptist Health Therapy Center-Otter Creek-A Service of Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute11401 Interstate 30 Baptist Health Southwest Little Rock, AR 72209https://www.baptist-health.com/location/baptist-health-therapy-center-otter-creek-service-baptist-health-rehabilitation-institute(501) 202-6690PulaskiBaptist Health Therapy Center-Saddle Creek-A Service of Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute5900 Ranch Drive Little Rock, AR 72223https://www.baptist-health.com/location/baptist-health-therapy-center-saddle-creek-service-baptist-health-rehabilitation-institute(501) 868-9694PulaskiNorth Little Rock division (Eugene J. Towbin Healthcare Center)2200 Fort Roots Drive, Building 65 Little Rock, AR 72114-1706https://www.littlerock.va.gov/501-257-1000PulaskiLittle Rock division (John L. McClellan Memorial Veterans Hospital)4300 West 7th Street Little Rock, AR 72205-5484https://www.littlerock.va.gov/501-257-1000FaulknerConway Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Clinic550 Club Lane Conway, AR 72034http://www.conwayortho.com/(501) 329-1510Little RockPhysical Therapy Institute- Little Rock1909 Hinson Loop Road, Ste 100 Little Rock, AR 72212http://www.ptipt.com/home.html501-301-4530BentonOzark Orthopaedics-Bentonville1800 SE Moberly Lane, Bentonville, AR 72712https://ozarkorthopaedic.com/479-715-6600PulaskiOrtho Rehab and Specialty Centers-Little Rock – Chenal13100 Chenal Parkway Little Rock, AR 72211http://www.ptorthorehab.com/index.html(501) 975-4040PulaskiOrtho Rehab and Specialty Centers-North Little Rock5601 JFK Blvd., Suite 103 North Little Rock, AR 72116http://www.ptorthorehab.com/index.html(501) 771-9505ConwayOrtho Rehab and Specialty Centers-Conway2510 Dave Ward Drive, Suite A-13 Conway, AR 72034http://www.ptorthorehab.com/index.html(501) 513-0300BentonNeuroRestorative Timber Ridge15000 Timberidge Ln Bentonville, AR 72019http://www.neurorestorative.com/800-743-6802/ (501) 594-5211PulaskiBaptist Health Sports Medicine Clinic at OrthoArkansas10301 N. Kanis Road Little Rock, AR 72205https://www.baptist-health.com/saturdaysportsclinic501-786-2878ClarkBaptist Health Sports Medicine Clinic at Ouachita Baptist UniversitySturgis Physical Education Center Room 312, 410 Ouachita St. Arkadelphia, AR 71998https://www.baptist-health.com/saturdaysportsclinic870-245-8739FaulknerSelect Physical Therapy2425 Dave Ward Drive Conway, AR 72034https://www.selectphysicaltherapy.com/community/oklahoma-arkansas/center/?id=40519(501) 327-1730PulaskiArkansas Rehabilitation Services525 W. Capitol Ave. Little Rock, AR 72201http://www.arcareereducation.org/about/arkansas-rehabilitation-services501-296-1600FaulknerMcMaster Physical Therapy Clinic-Conway3605 College Ave Conway, AR 72034http://mcmasterpt.com/location/conway-ar/(501) 327-2235FaulknerOccupational Health Solutions814 North Creek Drive, Suite B, Conway, AR 72032(501) 327-0000FaulknerADVANCED PHYSICAL THERAPY CENTER-Conway1065 Clayton St., #9 Conway, AR 72032http://www.advancedptcenter.com/(501) 328-5878BentonRuss Physical Therapy-Bentonville1002 SW Westpark Dr #6 Bentonville, AR 72712http://www.russpt.com/(479) 250-4014BentonPremiere Physical Therapy & Sports Rehab1600 SE J Street, #4 Bentonville, AR 72712https://www.premiereptsr.com/index.html479-273-9933BentonMercy Therapy Services – Highway 1023101 SE 14th Bentonville, AR 72712https://www.mercy.net/(479) 986-6084PulaskiArkansas Dept. of Career EducationThree Capitol Mall Little Rock, AR 72201http://arcareereducation.org/501-682-1500PulaskiArkansas Center for Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation636 W Broadway St. North Little Rock, AR 72114http://arphysmed.com/(501) 374-1153FaulknerConway Regional Rehabilitation Hospital2210 Robinson Ave Conway, AR 72034http://www.conwayregional.org/(501) 932-3500FaulknerConway Regional HomeCare2134 Robinson Street
Conway, AR 72034http://www.conwayregional.org/locations/homecare(501) 329-9377>FaulknerConway Regional HomeCare2134 Robinson Street Conway, AR 72034http://www.conwayregional.org/locations/homecare(501) 329-9377

Prescription Assistance

An individual with a brain injury may need a variety of medications to manage his or her symptoms and ensure the best possible quality of life. Unfortunately, prescription medications can be expensive. Below are some organizations in the state of Arkansas that provide prescription assistance to patients with limited resources.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePartnership for Prescription Assistancehttps://www.pparx.org/gethelp/select-therapiesPulaskiLittle Rock Community Mental Health Center, Inc.-Pharmacy Center1100 North University, Suite 240 Little Rock, AR 72207https://www.lrcmhc.com/501-686-9052

PTSD Support

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a serious condition that often goes hand-in-hand with brain injuries. People struggling with this condition face unique challenges that their family and friends may not understand. The organizations below exist to provide support and assistance to people with PTSD in the state of Arkansas.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiDr. Paul Wylie & Associates11219 Financial Center Suite 315 Little Rock, Arkansas 72211(501) 392-54494 Rivers CounselingPinnacle Plaza   1003 S.E. 14th St., Suite #4      Bentonville, AR 72712https://www.4riverscounseling.com/(479) 319-6579PulaskiRice Clinic1301 Wilson Rd. Little Rock, AR 72205-6659http://www.rice-clinic.com/(501) 225-0576PulaskiLittle Rock Clinic & School Based Services- Corporate Office10025 West Markham Suite 210 Little Rock, AR 72205http://lhsoutheast.com/LHSE/(501) 663-5473

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army provides a wide variety of affordable goods and services to individuals experiencing financial difficulties, including those who have suffered brain injuries. The Salvation Army boasts a number of convenient locations across the state of Arkansas in order to serve a wide population and meet the needs of as many people as possible.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiSalvation Army- Little Rock1111 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72201http://salvationarmyaok.org/caac/programs/food-pantry-social-services/(501) 374-1913

Scholarship

Even with a brain injury, it is possible to pursue higher education and improve career prospects. However, higher education can be expensive, and it may be even more difficult for someone who has limited financial resources because of a brain injury. Fortunately, a variety of scholarship programs are available in the state of Arkansas.

Suicide Prevention

Because life with a brain injury can be so difficult and stressful, individuals who struggle with this condition may be at a higher risk of developing severe depression and suicidal tendencies. Several organizations throughout Arkansas provide suicide prevention services to individuals who are thinking of ending their life because of a brain injury.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhoneDisaster Distress Helplinehttps://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/disaster-distress-helpline1-800-985-5990 TTY 1-800-846-8517National Suicide Prevention Lifelinehttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/1-800-273-8255The Samaritans 24-Hour Crisis Hotlinehttp://samaritansnyc.org/24-hour-crisis-hotline/212-673-3000Crisis Call Centerhttp://crisiscallcenter.org/crisisservices.html%5d(775) 784-8090

Veteran Support

Some individuals develop brain injuries while serving in the military. In such cases, specific resources and supportive services may be available to help the individual improve his or her quality of life. Below are some of the veteran support services available in Arkansas.

CountyBusiness NameAddressWebsitePhonePulaskiAMVETS2041 John Ashley Drive North Little Rock, AR 72114http://www.veterans.arkansas.gov/(501) 683-2382PulaskiVeterans Affairs-Little Rock Regional Benefit Office2200 Fort Roots Drive, Building 65 Little Rock, AR 72114https://www.benefits.va.gov/ROLITTLEROCK/index.asp800-827-1000PulaskiCentral Arkansas HCS (Little Rock)Raymond Hunterhttps://www.va.gov/HOMELESS/cec-contacts.aspFaulknerConway Community Based Outpatient Clinic1520 East Dave Ward Drive Conway, AR 72032https://www.littlerock.va.gov/locations/Conway.asp501-548-0500PulaskiLittle Rock Vet Center201 W. Broadway St. Suite A. North Little Rock, AR 72114https://www.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?ID=471&map=1&dnum=1&stateid=AR501-324-6395 / 501-324-6395

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