Benton & Bryant, Ark. - Central Arkansas Development Council's Benton and Bryant Senior Centers have received designation from the Arkansas Department of Human Services/Division of Aging and Adult Services as an Arkansas Senior Wellness and Activity Center.
The centers have incorporated seven elements of wellness into their regularly scheduled programs and activities, including physical wellness, intellectual wellness, social wellness, environmental wellness, vocational wellness, spiritual wellness and emotional wellness.
Benton, Ark. – Central Arkansas Development Council's Head Start Centers are offered in five counties in Central Arkansas, including Saline, Pike, Clark, Montgomery and Hot Spring Counties.
Head Start is a comprehensive child development program focusing on increasing the school readiness of children ages 3 and 4 years of age. The program also seeks to help parents and caregivers be empowered to self-sufficiency.
Central Arkansas Development Council announces that the CADC Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program Winter Assistance Program is scheduled to begin the week of January 9, 2017. CADC is the Community Action Agency in Lonoke, Pulaski, Saline, Hot Spring, Clark, Pike, Montgomery, Columbia, Union, Ouachita, Dallas and Calhoun counties in Arkansas. This utility assistance is a one time payment for a REGULAR heating bill and applications will be accepted as long as funds are available.
The Community Assessment Survey collects information from individuals, families, volunteers, partners and many more about the current strengths, concerns and conditions of CADC's service area. This includes Saline, Clark, Pike, Montgomery, Dallas, Ouachita, Columbia, Calhoun, Union, Pulaski and Lonoke Counties.
Benton, Ark – As tax filing season begins, Central Arkansas Development Council's (CADC) Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) free tax preparation program warns taxpayers to keep an eye (or ear) out for the latest phone scams.
SCAT offers a wide range of low-cost transportation services to the general public. Our services are offered in 12 counties and are designed to provide transportation to and from rural areas that previously had little or no transit services. Transportation can include rides to and from medical facilities, shopping, personal needs, nutrition centers, work and much more.
CADC's Senior Activity Centers help senior adults live healthier, longer and independent lives.
The program serve as centers for learning, enrichment and empowerment. Participants go there for friendship, recreation, and to let their voices be heard. Senior Activity Centers are places for healthy lifestyles, offering exercise programs, dances, health screenings and meals that are nutrition conscious.