Saving Grace

"Our TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM is for the young woman who is tired of couch hopping or living out of a suitcase.  We are a community of residents and support persons that understands that "family" doesn't have to be related. Most importantly, we are a safe place where you can focus on learning the skills you need to have a stable place of your own some day."

Located in Rogers, Ar.


Women's shelter

The Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter website offers resources in three different categories:
"-Current victims, potential clients, friends/family looking for information for someone they suspect or know is in an abusive relationship
-For research/data about domestic abuse and sexual assault statistics
-General public resources; resources for previous clients"

Located in Rogers, Ar. 


Restoration Village

" Restoration Village provides a safe environment for women and children in a crisis time of their lives. So women can Rebuild their lives; find Renewal and healing for their minds; Repair the damage from the past, and Restore their souls.

VISION: To break the cycle of abuse and restore hope for each woman and child.

MISSION STATEMENT: To restore the lives of women and women with children in crisis through safe shelter and life-changing services while promoting stability, dignity and self-reliance.

PURPOSE: Restoration Village provides long-term housing and services to women and women with children who are in a crisis time of their life so they can realize their potential.

VALUES:   Restore Dignity • Renew Hope • Rebuild Lives "

Located in Little Flock, Ar.



" The Havenwood program provides transitional housing for single mothers and their children in a supportive environment to help families become economically self-sufficient and transition into permanent housing.

Havenwood is a two year program designed to help single mothers overcome the barriers in their lives that lead to homelessness.  Residents are required to work or attend school full time and volunteer.

Residents are required to participate in our life skills development program that requires working with our caseworker to develop a Personal Living Plan and participating in weekly group meetings. Our program includes a curriculum that focuses on budgeting and money management, health and wellness, personal empowerment and leadership, workforce enhancement and, family dynamics and healthy relationships.  We encourage working with a counselor on therapeutic goals.  Residents also receive services include individual case management, referral to resources they need to accomplish their personal living plan and a family like atmosphere to help meet the needs of their children.

Our program helps integrate families into the community and teaches personal responsibility and self-sufficiency.  Residents are required to do community service as well as contribute to the shared living areas in the form of chores.  

Residents sign a lease with Community Development Corporation of Bentonville/Bella Vista, Inc. and can stay up to two years. Applicants must agree to fully participate in the Havenwood Program. Havenwood provides support, resources, and referrals to break down the barriers each family faces in order to move from homelessness to self-sufficiency. "

Located in Bentonville, Ar



Hark is an organization that connects people with community providers and resources. When you sign up, you will see what other resources are available on the website. You can contact a community liaison to help you. 

Located in North West Arkansas

Souls Harbor

“The homeless population in Northwest Arkansas is larger than you may think.  Men in our area are in a great need resources, support, and guidance.  

The Northwest Arkansas Point-in-Time Census from 2017 noted that 2,951 individuals are estimated to be homeless in the Northwest Arkansas area.

  • 40% of homeless persons report substance abuse.

  • 33% of homeless persons are not receiving substance abuse services.

  • 80% of homeless persons are men.

Souls Harbor is a chance at a fresh start for these men.”