Restoration Village - Rogers, AR

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2215 Little Flock Drive
Rogers, AR 72756
: (479)631-7345
: https://www.restorationvillage.net/
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Long-term crisis shelter for women and children.

Restoration Village is Northwest Arkansas' faith-based, long-term crisis shelter for women and children. We work to restore hope and break the cycle of abuse for women and children in crisis. To accomplish this, we provide safe shelter and life-changing services to our all our residents.

Our Residents Residents come to us from a variety of different backgrounds. Some are homeless or survivors of domestic violence. Other have experienced sexual, emotional or physical abuse. While we are a women’s shelter, we address a variety of crisis situations in addition to domestic violence. Both single women and women with children join us at the Village.

We offer our services to those from Rogers, Bentonville, Northwest Arkansas, and beyond. We have even welcomed women from as far away as Tulsa, Little Rock, and even Kenya!

Our Program Regardless of the crisis, we work to offer hope and healing to all our residents. We restore hope and break the cycle of abuse by providing safe shelter and life-changing services. With generous support, we provide this at no cost. Residents can stay as long as needed.

Our services include counseling, equine therapy, adult and child advocacy, just to name a few. Our Support Most importantly, we do the work of restoring hope and breaking the cycle of abuse together. For more than thirty years, we have said that "it takes a village" to do such work. Individuals, businesses, organizations, churches, and other community groups all contribute to the life of the Village.

Together, we can restore hope. Together, we can break the cycle of abuse.



Volunteers Requests by Restoration Village: We believe that "it takes a village" to restore hope to women and children in crisis, and we are always looking for volunteers to become a part of Restoration Village. We have many opportunities available and encourage those interested in volunteering to fill out our volunteer form at www.restorationvillage.net/volunteer on our website.


Donation Requests by Restoration Village: Our current donation wish list can be found at www.restorationvillage.net/needs-list.


Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-06-14

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