Jackson House Services
The majority of client services are available to permanent community members of Garland County.
Food, including baby food and formula, is available to individuals or families in emergency cases. Food is provided to Jackson House through community can and dry goods pantry drives. Private, civic, and church donations also contribute to the Jackson House pantry. Referrals from the Department of Human Services, burnout referrals from the Red Cross, and referrals from other sources are accepted.
212 Jefferson St.
Hot Springs, AR 71901
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10am-4pm
Donations to the Thrift Store enable Jackson House to provide emergency clothing and household goods to clients who cannot afford to purchase those items..
Donated items are also sold to the public. All revenues from sales assists Jackson House for client services.
All donations are greatly appreciated and tax deductible.
The store is opened Monday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Thrift Shop Too
623 Albert Pike Rd.
Hot Springs, AR 71913
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9am-4pm
Donated items including clothing, household goods, books, large furniture items, and antiques are available for sale. All revenue from sales assists Jackson House client services.
Pick-up service of donated items is available.
All Donations are greatly appreciated and tax deductible.
Lunch is available for carry out Monday through Saturday from 12 noon until 1pm and Sunday from 1pm-2pm. Hot soup, sandwich, crackers and cookies are served with a smile by Jackson House volunteers each day
Medication assistance is provided to Jackson House clients who meet criteria to qualify for emergency services. Referrals are accepted for consideration from other agencies as well.
The children's area is a Jackson House favorite. Children are encouraged to select a book to take home. Donated books are always welcome and are often provided by various groups and individuals.
Referrals are provided to the Literacy Council for adults in need of this service.
Jackson House provides printed literature on such topics as parenting, grandparenting, domestic violence, family planning, and literacy free of charge. Additional topics and updated information are provided when available.
Bus tokens for the local transit service are available for transportation to medical appointments, job interviews, or for the first week of new employment.
Assistance with gasoline expenses associated with medical appointments both in and out of town is also available for Jackson House clients who qualify.
Baby supplies for newborns, infants, and toddlers including formula, diapers, layettes, clothing, bottles, toys, and other necessary items are distributed when available. Both new and used items for babies are always in demand, and donations are appreciated.