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Arkansas State Independent Council (ARSILC) is the recipient of a public health grant, for education, training, and information sharing regarding the after effects of Covid-19. The activities of the grant will enable us to have meaningful conversations with lawmakers, U.S. and state legislators and the public related to the inequities that exist among individuals with disabilities, senior citizens, the LGBTQ community, Latinos and other marginalized groups.

The pandemic has created economic hardships for many families. People have lost their jobs, or their hours are getting cut, or their opportunities are severely limited. Even those who weren’t in poverty before are now finding themselves unable to afford food, health care, prescription medications, or rent because of these new circumstances. Mental health is a huge concern, as well, and substance abuse is rising.
Many low-income workers have no choice but to work outside of the home, risking infection. They are in jobs that can’t be done remotely, and they are more likely to rely on public transportation, as well. These factors are putting already vulnerable people into really trying situations. The Impact of COVID-19 on Underserved Communities | Rutgers Global Health Institute

If you are one of those individuals who has experienced a trying situation related to COVID, we encourage you to fill out the survey and talk with your congressman about what you are going through.

Together, we can help slow down the after effects of COVID-19.

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Arkansas' Four Congressional Districts

The Independent Living Centers in Arkansas only serve 25 of the 75 Counties

By collecting the data above, information can be captured related to what county and district the individual resides. This will enable meaningful conversation with legislators and lawmakers for the need for more Centers in the state of Arkansas.

Who is your District’s Congressman?

District 1 – Rick Crawford

WASHINGTON, DC
2422 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-4076
Mon–Fri, 9am–5pm ET

JONESBORO
2400 Highland Dr
Ste. 300
Jonesboro, AR 72401
(870) 203-0540
Mon–Fri, 8am–5pm CT

MOUNTAIN HOME
1001 Highway 62 E
Ste. 9
Mountain Home, AR 72653
(870) 424-2075
Mon–Fri, 8am–5pm CT

CABOT
112 S. 1st
Cabot, AR 72023
(501) 843-3043
Mon–Fri, 8am–5pm CT

DUMAS
101 E. Waterman Street
Dumas, AR 71639
(870) 377-5571
Mon–Fri, 8am–5pm CT

District 2 – French Hill

WASHINGTON, DC
1533 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-2506
Fax: (202) 225-5903

CONWAY
1105 Deer Street
Suite 12
Conway, AR 72032
Phone: (501) 358-3481
Fax: (501) 358-3494

LITTLE ROCK
1501 N. University Avenue
Suite 630
Little Rock, AR 72207
Phone: (501) 324-5941
Fax: (501) 324-6029

District 3 – Steve Womack

WASHINGTON, DC
2412 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-4301
Fax: (202) 225-5713

ROGERS
3333 Pinnacle Hills
Suite 120
Rogers, AR 72758
Phone: (479) 464-0446
Fax: (479) 464-0063

FORT SMITH
6101 Phoenix Avenue
Suite 4
Fort Smith, AR 72903
Phone: (479) 424-1146
Fax: (479) 464-0063

District 4 – Bruce Westerman

WASHINGTON, DC
202 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-3772
Fax: (202) 225-1314

EL DORADO
101 N. Washington Ave.
Suite 406
El Dorado, AR 71730
Phone: (870) 864-8946
Fax: (870) 864-8958

HOT SPRINGS
101 Reserve St.
Suite 200
Hot Springs, AR 71901
Phone: (501) 609-9796
Fax: (501) 609-9887

OZARK
211 W. Commercial St.
Ozark, AR 72949
Phone: (479) 667-0075
Fax: (501) 609-9887

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