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Health Resources of Arkansas (HRA) and Wilbur D. Mills Treatment Center, are pleased to join Alternative Opportunities as their newest divisions. Learn more.

The Need...

Health Resources of Arkansas, Inc. (HRA) is designed to provide a comprehensive system of care to meet the behavioral health needs of the communities we serve. Through the provision of an array of services, HRA enables an individual and their families, along with professional staff, to access the most appropriate setting for care.

No person is entirely worry-free. Anxiety, poor health, job pressures, family problems...all these and more may upset anyone at any time. Behavioral health is adjusting to these life situations.

More that half the people who visit doctors for physical illness have problems caused or aggravated by emotional illness. Behavioral and emotional problems affect everyone...the person, the family, the employer and the community. It is a factor in delinquency, divorce, alcoholism, drug addiction, crime and job performance. Some tensions are natural and useful, but if they become too much to handle...

Health Resources of Arkansas

The Services...

A 24-hour emergency system is in operation with a trained mental health professional available at all times. In an emergency situation, call the nearest mental health office during regular business hours.

This is a toll-free call.

The System...


Services are available at a number of clinic sites. Treatment approaches include: individual, group, family and marital counseling, school-based therapy and employment screening. Evaluation of various conditions and the use of medications in treatment can be administered and monitored by professional staff.


Individuals are assisted in accessing in-patient services when there is a need for more intensive treatment than can be provided on an outpatient basis. Center staff provides after-care services upon discharge from in-patient care.


Community integration services are available five days a week. Services offered include day-treatment and psychological rehabilitation. Referrals to available service sites can be arranged through clinical staff.


Residential services for addiction are available at the Wilbur D. Mills Treatment Center in Searcy, AR. Services available on campus include: a 20-bed medical detox facility; 64 residential care beds; a 14-unit group home; 44 housing units; a behavioral health clinic; and 14 apartments for women and their children. Other out-patient treatment options are available in 16 counties throughout the state. The treatment team at the Mills Center develops an individual plan to meet the unique needs of each client.


Residential services are available to youth ages 13 through 17 years at the Youth Center, located in Batesville, AR. While at the facility, residents will receive necessary physical, psychiatric and psychological evaluations. Long-term treatment of emotionally disturbed youth is also available.


HRA realizes that the path to healthy living and good mental health begins with providing the most basic of human needs...HOME. HRA provides reasonable accommodations to all applicants and tenants in accordance to American Disability Act standards. HRA is a major provider of housing programs for the mentally ill, elderly, substance abusers and the homeless.


Striving to get ahead of problems, the PRC works with community groups, law enforcement, schools, churches, and individuals to encourage people to live a healthy life.


HRA, Inc. attempts to address the needs of identified special populations such as the elderly, youth, the seriously mentally ill and others. We find that there must be supplemental services provided to enhance the recovery and/or stabilization of those served. Professional staff works closely with each individual to determine needs and match services.

Securing Services

Services of HRA, Inc. are provided on a non-discriminatory basis without regard to race, color, age, sex, creed or national origin in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Persons desiring services may request assistance by calling 870-793-8900 ext. 2199. Persons may also be referred to services by any professional in the health or social service field or by any clergyman, educator or attorney. Referrals are also accepted from the courts and from local police officials.

Payments for Services

HRA, Inc. is operated as a private, non-profit corporation. As such, it is required to support itself through fees and contracts. Therefore, fees are charged for all services provided and all patients are expected to pay for the treatment they receive on an ability to pay basis. Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, MasterCard and Visa are also accepted. Some grant monies are available on a sliding fee scale (based on documented ability to pay).

P.O. Box 2578 - 25 Gap Rd.
Batesville, AR 72503
870- 793-8900
Fax: 870-793-4258
To secure services 870-793-8900 ext. 2199

HRA is in compliance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, sex, color, national origin or disability.