Helping Hot Springs families in need for over forty years.
Dorothy Morris Invites You To
A Thankful Gala
November 19, 2022
Hamp Williams Building
500 Ouachita Avenue
6:00 P.M. Doors Open
6:30 P.M. Dinner
Tickets $90 Per Person
Fall Themed Dinner With A Signature Drink
Live Entertainment By Shirley Chauvin And Swonderful
Cocktail Or Business Attire
Register for “A Thankful Gala”
How to Pay for the Registration
ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT JACKSON HOUSE SERVICES. Jackson House Crisis Intervention, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) organization; Tax ID number is 71-0526262. For more information, please call Janie Smith at 501-623-4048 or email Janie at firstname.lastname@example.org .
1. CHECK PAYMENT
Make Checks payable to “Jackson House”
Mail or deliver to:
705 Malvern Avenue,
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901
Eleanor Klugh Jackson House
for Crisis Intervention
Assistance to individuals and families in crisis
Eleanor Klugh Jackson House for Crisis Intervention Services, Inc., commonly known as “Jackson House,” is an inclusive community crisis center which provides short-term emergency assistance for the basic needs – food, clothing and shelter, and medicine without regard to race, creed, sex or nationality – and without imposing our values or beliefs upon those we serve.
This non-profit service for emergencies and crisis intervention is designed to:
- Help clients utilize community resources
- Provide clients with direct assistance whenever possible
- Follow up with supportive counseling
Jackson House is a vessel providing the place where community spirit comes together to provide for the needy men, women, and children of Garland County. We work in harmony with all faiths to be responsible stewards of our community resources. Jackson House is a private, non-profit, 501 (c)(3) tax deductible organization funded by local sources and does not seek government funds.
Hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Thursday 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
- Lunch program and pantry services will remain open.
- All other services will continue. Interviews conducted by phone.
- Thrift store will be closed and volunteers will remain at home.
Last year over 55,000 lunches were served!
The families of Hot Springs need your help.
Registered Volunteers Click Here:
Volunteer Information Center
Jackson House Crisis Intervention, Inc. is an inclusive community crisis center which provides short term emergency assistance for basic needs, food, clothing, infant/toddler needs, etc., without regard to race, creed, gender, religion or nationality. JH does not impose our values and beliefs upon those we serve. JH is not a residential facility.
Community Crisis Intervention Services, Inc.
At Jackson House, there is nothing we take greater importance on than the health and safety of our community. We are taking every precaution to ensure that we continue services and remain open. We will do that with the expert guidance provided by the Center of Disease Control & Prevention and the World Health Organization. As COVID restrictions lift, the Jackson House is excited to welcome back our loyal volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please email Tammy Jones, Resource Development & Volunteer Administrator, at email@example.com with your contact information so that updates can be directly sent to you.
Jackson House featured on THV11
“Donations needed more now than ever!”
The Jackson House is a community crisis center in Hot Springs and with holidays around the corner, they need your help now more than ever. View the article on THV11.
OVER THE EDGE FOR JACKSON HOUSE
HOT SPRINGS, GET READY FOR THE MOST EXCITING OUTDOOR EVENT YOU HAVE EVER BEEN TO!
JOIN US DOWNTOWN FOR “OVER THE EDGE FOR JACKSON HOUSE” A PREMIER RAPPELLING EVENT!
WHAT: Rappelling off a 4 story downtown building
WHEN: Friday, September 23rd & Saturday, September 24th 2022
WHERE: Downtown Historic Hot Springs & Bridge Street Live Area with music, vendors & kid zone!
WHAT DO I DO? SIGN UP TODAY!
DARE TO CARE WITH OVER THE EDGE FOR JACKSON HOUSE
Sponsors we have many ways for you to get involved and be recvognized for your support!
OVER THE EDGE FOR JACKSON HOUSE
Court Street behind Diablos Tacos & Mezcal
LIVE ROPE LAUNCH SCHEDULE
Friday – SEPTEMBER 23
4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Visit Hot Springs/SpaCon – Batman
Visit Hot Springs/SpaCon – Catwoman
Visit Hot Springs/SpaCon – Green Arrow
Visit Hot Springs/SpaCon – ARKANSAS’ SUPERMAN
HS Trojan Mascot
Stephanie Nehus, HSSD Superintendent
Pat Long – United Way of the Ouachitas
Curtis Wethington – AIT Wealth Management
Nancy Holthus – Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort
Saturday – SEPTEMBER 24
10:00 a.m. (ropes 1 & rope 2)
Kyle Rosburg, HS Fire Dept – Taylor Muse, HS Fire Dept
Tammy Jones, Jackson House – Hannah Mills, Springy Dingy
10:30 (ropes 1 & rope 2)
Diana Hampo – Ethan Simpson, Hometown Clean Up
Jarret Cantrell, HSPD SWAT Team Leader – Richard Davis, HSPD SWAT
11:00 (ropes 1 & rope 2)
Marla Lammers, CPA – Hannah Lammers
Dennis Berry, Chamber of Commerce Red Coats
11:30 (ropes 1 & rope 2)
Adam Webb, Garland County Library – Chris Colgan
Tracy Simpson, KVRE Radio – Kelly Bales, Wheeler Printing
Doyle Smith, Jackson House – Kristen Stringfellow – Jackson House
1:00 (ropes 1 & rope 2)
Mayor Pat McCabe – Robert Talley for Dorothy Morris Foundation
Monica Buttrum-Smith – Gail Flaig, Jackson House Board of Directors
Rob Jordan. Joint Effort Physical Therapy – Dedrick Richardson, Joint Effort Physical Therapy
1:30 (ropes 1 & rope 2)
John Howard, GC Attorney – Kasie Paul
Toni Baswell, Sissy’s Log Cabin – Madyson Calhoun
2:00 p.m. (ropes 1 & rope 2)
Colista Cevela, The Big Chill – John Howard, GC Attorney
2:30 p.m (ropes 1 & rope 2)
Maxwell Blade – Judge Meredith Switzer
3:00 p.m. (ropes 1 & rope 2)
Jarrett Jackson, US97 – Dr. Daron Preatzel
John McHenry, McHenry Companies
3:30 (ropes 1 & rope 2)
Don Gooch, Arvest and Big Steam Music Festival emcee
Rolly Hoyt, KTHV Channel 11 – Summer Henry Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort
Inv. Don Yoak, GC Sheriff Office – Trooper Dylan Robbins, Arkansas State Police
Kyle Clem, Peter’s Paint – Alex Spencer