Our time on the Re-Entry Board for Arkansas has been fruitful and we have developed great relationships with other organizations who serve those coming out of prison.



Mentoring Re-Entry involves our partnering with two half-way houses in Little Rock, Hidden Creek for men and Phoenix House for women. Volunteers mentor an average of 12 men and 14 women at one time, by building relationships and walking with them as they transition out of prison. Mentors also provide personal and practical support to help them reintegrate back into a healthy lifestyle without drugs and destructive behaviors. Hidden Creek and Phoenix House residents engage in volunteer service at Healing Waters, which provides them with valuable lessons in serving others. It also offers positive reinforcement toward building a new life with purpose and meaning. Through our partnership with Integrity Staffing (housed in our facility), we can assist those coming out of prison with jobs and interviewing skills.


Our time on the Re-Entry Board for Arkansas has been fruitful and we have developed great relationships with other organizations who serve those coming out of prison.

If you would like additional information regarding our Re-Entry programs,

or how your church or non-profit can participate, please contact Robert Holt.


Our mission is quite simple. "Feed the hungry, clothe the poor, and take care of widows and orphans." We are a mission set in the middle of Shannon Hills, Arkansas, dedicated to our community, our volunteers, and to our God.




14036 Sardis Road, Shannon Hills, AR 72103

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