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Office Phone: 479-621-0385 | AR Child Abuse Hotline: 1-844-SAVE-A-CHILD

How To Help


INTERESTED in VOLUNTEERING OR INTERNING at the CAC? Please review the information below and complete the form at the bottom of the page. A CAC staff member will connect with you directly regarding opportunities.


  1. 18 Years of Age

  2. Complete Application, Interview and Screening Process

  3. Pass Criminal History & Background Checks

  4. Complete Training

  5. Sign Confidentiality Form

  6. A concern for children and the genuine desire to help

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES - We have internship opportunities available in the Advocacy, Development, Interviewing and Mental Health departments to empower future professionals with experience and resources in the field of child maltreatment.

What is an Internship?

  • A formal work experience arrangement that is part of an education or training course where the student needs to gain experience in a particular occupation or industry

  • Always a short term arrangement without pay

  • Provides students with skills to help them transition from study to work

  • Being involved in our internship program does not guarantee an offer of a paid position on staff at the CAC

VOLUNTEERING ROLES - We offer a variety of volunteering opportunities onsite for individuals and groups to volunteer.

A volunteer is someone who works unpaid for the main purpose of benefiting someone else. We have volunteer opportunities in the following areas at the CAC:

Clerical Volunteer

  • Assist with general office duties including typing, filing, copying,  shredding, scrapbook,  mail outs

  • Computer data  input

  • Other secretarial/receptionist duties

  • Answer telephone, route phone calls, take messages, answer door

Fundraising/Public Relations/Events Volunteer

Special Projects

  • Yard maintenance – weed pulling; leaf-raking; flower bed mulching, etc.


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Please indicate interest in either an internship or volunteer opportunity

Internship selected? Please complete the following:

In 2016, we provided 950 initial services to children, and:

  • Conducted Forensic Interviews


  • Performed Forensic Medical Exams


  • Provided Counseling Sessions


  • Facilitated Educational Training to Individuals


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