ARCCC was created as a way for the Department of Human Service/Division of Children and Family Services (DHS/DCFS) to create connections and build community partnerships in the very communities in which children and youth are removed. ARCCC will provide education in efforts to recruit and retain Reunification Partners willing to work with birth families when appropriate and support Reunification.
ARCCC needs Reunification Partners to:
To Learn More About ARCC, contact the local Community Engagement Specialist in your area:
|Area 1||Rick Pippin||(479) 225-5215|
|Area 2||John Anderson||(479) 629-7898|
|Area 3||Andrea Lowery||(501) 3212583|
|Area 4||Maegan Gentry||(870) 571-3976|
|Area 5||Lorrie Ellis||(479) 857-8326|
|Area 6||Michelle Hood||(501) 297-4225|
|Area 7||Vacant||(501) 812-9071|
|Area 8||Vancant||501) 812-9071|
|Area 9||Lisa Turner||(870) 301-9056|
|Area 10||Doris Clark||(870) 261-6644|
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