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We at TRRP understand that you may have concerns during this time of crisis. We want to be able to provide you with as much information as possible to help assist you in your time of need. Please stay tuned as we will continue to update as new information is released. If you have any questions, please call us at (501) 526-7656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to assist you as much as we can. Also if you have non-urgent medical questions concerning TBIs or SCIs please utilize our free 24/7 Nurse hotline (855) 767-6983.
ARKANSAS REOPENING UPDATES
Barber, Cosmetology, Massage Therapy, Body Art, And Medical Spa Services May Resume Operations On May 6, Governor Hutchinson Announces. Click here to read the full press release that includes the PHASE ONE GUIDELINES.
By phone: UAMS Health COVID-19 Hotline (800) 632-4502
Drive-Thru: screening is available at Shuffield Drive & Jack Stephens Drive
Little Rock, AR 72205
UAMS has set up a drive-thru triage screening area at the corner of Shuffield and Jack Stephens Drive (across from Spine Institute). It will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
This is designed to screen quickly and safely people with cough, fever, shortness of breath, flu or COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019).
When you arrive at the drive-thru triage screening area, please turn off your engine and stay inside your car. A phone number will be posted at the location for you to call to register and begin your screening.
Due to a national issue with testing supplies, we are doing a very limited number of tests for flu or COVID-19 at our drive-up screening area right now. We recommend that you continue with the screening process. We will follow up with a wellness call. Please know we are working to have more testing available as soon as possible.
For children, Arkansas Children’s Hospital is offering drive-thru screenings and phone screenings at (800) 743-3616.
Please view these helpful documents below if you have suspected or confirmed COVID-19:
The Arkansas Department of Health has activated a call center to answer questions from health care providers and the public about the novel coronavirus. During normal business hours (8:00am – 4:30pm), urgent and non-urgent calls, please call 1-800-803-7847 or email ADH.CoronaVirus@arkansas.gov. After normal business hours and weekend calls, needing immediate response, please call 1-800-554-5738.
The latest information on covid-19 cases in Arkansas, the U.S. and the world. Please visit this site to view updated maps and statistics in Arkansas, the US, and the world.
Up-to-date COVID-19 information brought to you by the CDC and the White House. Include FAQs, tips, definitions, data and statistics, and much more.
THE GOVERNOR HAS DECLARED A STATE OF EMERGENCY & ARKANSAS’S PRICE GOUGING LAW IS NOW IN EFFECT. Please view document here.
If you have not yet received your stimulus check, please visit IRS.gov to check the status.
There are still a number of states that have not yet implemented a formal eviction moratorium although they may be in the process of doing so, have paused eviction proceedings, or are offering some financial assistance, this includes Arkansas.
Arkansas Renters United sent a letter to Governor Asa Hutchinson urging him to order a moratorium on all evictions and foreclosures during the Covid 19 crisis.
Many Arkansas school districts have made arrangements to continue providing school meals to children in need. Please check with your local school district to find out if they are participating and where to pick up the meals. Some school districts that are participating include Pulaski County Special School District, Little Rock School District, Hot Springs School District, and Fort Smith School District.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced on Monday, April 6th that school campuses in Arkansas will be closed for in-person instruction through the end of the school year. Please continue to follow AMI instructions based on your school’s curriculum.
Please visit the Department of Workforce Services to file for unemployment benefits online.
For updates regarding family and medical leave, please visit the U.S. Department of Labor
Treasury, IRS and Labor announce plan to implement Coronavirus-related paid leave for workers and tax credits for small and midsize businesses to swiftly recover the cost of providing Coronavirus-related leave
The Our House Career Center is launching a Jobs and Resources hotline to provide support to the community over the phone. If you are out of work or in need of resources because of COVID-19, or if you know of a job lead or are looking to hire someone yourself, call the hotline at (501) 291-0584 to let them know.
Many school districts are offering free internet access to students. Please check with your local school district to see what options they have available.
- Offering free public Wi-Fi for 60 days.
- Click here for that offer.
- Offering free broadband for households with students through college age who do not already have a subscription. Click here for that offer.
- Offering free public wi-fi for 60 days. Click here for that offer.
- To enroll in free Charter wi-fi for 60 days, call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived.
- If your family receives benefits such as free and reduced lunch, you may qualify for a reduced cost account.
- The Comcast Internet Essentials Program offers two months of free in-home internet to new customers. Click here for that offer.
- Offering free public wi-fi. Just select the “xfinitywifi” network name in the list of available hotspots.
This map also is a resource for finding parks where maintaining social distance is easy. For example:
- War Memorial Park has miles of trails perfect for walking and biking.
- Hindman Park has great opportunity for fishing as well as miles of trails for walking and biking.
- Riverfront Park is home to the Vogel-Schwartz sculpture garden with more than 100 pieces of public art.
- Rock Creek Park has one and a half miles of trail along Rock Creek in the West Little Rock area.
- Boyle Park is one of the City’s oldest parks and has two miles of hard surface trails and more than six miles of soft surface trails.
- Allsopp Park has eight miles of hiking trails in the heart of the City.
- Crump Park is a great neighborhood park with open space as well as a half-mile hard surface trail.
- Connor Park is the trailhead for a three-mile hiking trail between the it and Two Rivers Bridge.
Express Medical Transportation is currently available for those who need non-emergency medical transportation services in Northwest Arkansas. Available 24/7. Private-pay or Medicaid billing solutions. Call (314) 881-1700, option 2 to book a ride.