Pulaski County Youth Services, in partnership with the North Little Rock School District and New Hope Baptist Church, will make an application to the Arkansas Department of Education for a 21st Century Community Learning Center. The application will be made available for review after May 28, 2018 at the Administrative Offices of Pulaski County Youth […]
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The Pulaski County Housing Agency will accept 150 requests for placement on their Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program waiting list on Thursday, April 19 @ 8 a.m. at the Hall of Industry Annex on the State Fair Grounds.
Pulaski County in partnership with the Arkansas National Guard will host a WWI Memorial Tree Dedication, Friday, April 6 at noon. The dedication will be held at the Post Chapel, building 3300, at Camp Joseph T. Robinson in North Little Rock. According to the Arkansas WWI Centennial website, “through a partnership of the Arkansas World […]
Pulaski County will host a FREE mulch giveaway Friday, April 6 and Saturday, April 7 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days at the Old Smoky Hollow building at 3200 S Woodrow St in Little Rock.
Pulaski County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) announced that due to additional children being served in 2017, the Arkansas State CASA Association grant has increased from $95,000 to $135,000. These funds are used to recruit, train and motivate CASA volunteers and staff. In the past two years, CASA has seen an increase in funding from […]
Pulaski County Youth Services proudly presents 100 Suits, a new countywide program to help young men (ages 11 – 19) suit-up when interviewing for jobs, internships, scholarships, as well as worship services, and professional events. In addition to providing a new or gently-worn suit, 100 Suits will connect young men from underserved communities in Pulaski […]
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New JDAI sites frequently visit one of five model JDAI sites around the country to learn about new programs and approaches to youth in the justice system that could work in their own jurisdictions. JDAI model sites are recognized as models because of their long history of success with JDAI and juvenile justice reform, including reductions […]