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Seven Hills Homeless Center

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Contact Information:
Building Location
Hours of Operation
P.O. Box 474 - zip 72702
479 251-7776
1555 Martin Luther King Blvd.
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Monday - Saturday
7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

12:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

"We're glad you're here!" Our mission is to provide a place of shelter and support where those in need will receive the compassion, guidance, information, and assistance that will allow them to fully express their highest potential.

The Day Center

Each year, Seven Hills provides services to over 1,000 men, women, and children in over 14,000 visits. We are the only facility in Northwest Arkansas that provides such a wide range of resources, referrals, and personal assistance, dedicated to helping individuals negotiate the difficult journey back to self-sufficiency. Whether recovering from an illness or injury, elderly, trying to keep a family safe until housing is available, disabled, or in need of job readiness training in order to return to a self-sufficient life, the day shelter, where many services are available in a safe, supportive environment, makes the vital difference between overcoming the tough times, and being overwhelmed by them.

Transitional Housing Program

The working homeless often remain homeless without a place where they can receive support in acquiring the skills, attitudes, and finances to allow a firm transition to independence.  Seven Hills strives to end the cycle of homelessness by providing three- to six-month residence, life-skills training, and personal life coaching, and mentoring for eight individuals eagerly working through that difficult transition.

Who Benefits from the shelter?

Homeless in the area who are:

  • elderly or unable to work due to physical or mental disablity or injury

  • families waiting for housing

    • seeking work
    • in need of assistance not provided or not accessible elsewhere
    • working and saving for housing

What Services are offered?

  • safe shelter from the elements and other hazards in a supportive environment

  • case management by professional staff

  • resources for obtaining employment: newspapers, telephone, coffee, clothing, mail drop, listing of employers, transportation to jobs and appointments, etc.

  • assistance in obtaining employment: applications, practice job interviews, haircuts, listing of job openings, etc.

  • access to day labor

  • opportunities for positive social interaction and activities

  • shower and laundry facilities

  • computer access and training

  • mentoring opportunities with members of the community

  • referrals for substance abuse treatment, IDs, anger management, job training, counseling

  • help accessing GED and literacy training, prescriptions, glasses, crisis counseling, money management and nutrition classes, battered women's shelter, legal aid, and child care.

Ongoing needs:

coffee, creamer, sugar
blankets, sleeping bags
backpacks, gym bags
cleaning supplies
laundry supplies
toiletries and razors
paper plates, cups, towels, napkins
single-serving, no-cook foods
fresh fruit
good, warm clothing and hardy shoes
new socks
funds for operating expenses

How can I help?

  • by lending a hand as a volunteer

  • by spreading word of the project to potential volunteers and contributors

  • by becoming a supporting individual or organization member of the project

  • by donating needed items

  • by referring those who can benefit from our services

click here to visit the Seven Hills web site

Seven Hills Homeless Center