Locations: Fayetteville, Siloam Springs, Springdale
Mission: To enhance quality of life for children and adults with disabilities.
About: The Elizabeth Richardson Center has been providing services to individuals with disabilities since 1963. We are the largest provider of work and work training, advocacy, and family supports for some of Northwest Arkansas most disabled citizens.
Services: The Elizabeth Richardson Center provides services to individuals with disabilities from birth to adulthood. Their services include Early Intervention, Early Childhood Program, School-to-Work Program (for high school students), Life Skills Program, Supported Living, and Job Placement Services. Some of these programs provide transportation, as well. Recreational and leisure activities take place throughout the year for adults 18+.
There are three locations to serve NWA:
Fayetteville 479-443-4420 (1760 N Woodland)
Siloam Springs 479-373-6488 (1300 N Patriot)
Springdale 479-927-1350 (130 N Main St)