Need Someone to Talk To?
If it’s not a Crisis, Call our Warm Line 501-385-1588
If you wish to speak with a person regarding questions, education or resources, please call our Warm Line: 501-385-1588 Monday - Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm.
The Warm Line is a non-judgmental service, providing an understanding voice and support for people who need help. Please note this is not a Crisis or Therapy line. If you are in crisis, dial 911.
The Warm Line is available Monday - Friday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Ouachita Behavioral Health and Wellness (OBHAW) has been servicing our community mental health needs for over 50 years.
OBHAW is the nonprofit community mental health facility for five surrounding counties. You may receive services in one of our five locations that are located in Hot Springs, Malvern, Arkadelphia, Glenwood, and Mt Ida. We see over 5,551 clients per year, half of whom have a serious mental illness. Current estimates indicate that 83% of those we serve are low to moderate-income, with 61% being on Medicaid.
Equal Opportunity Employer
OBHAW is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace. If you have visited our website to find career opportunity information or apply for a position and you require an accommodation please contact Human Resources at 501-624-7111.
Our Services & Programs
We understand that life is challenging. There are times when all of us feel that those challenges are too difficult.
Ouachita Behavioral Health & Wellness staff is here to help when you just want to feel better or when you or your family need support. Our licensed professionals can help you and your family using individual and group counseling, marriage and family counseling, psychiatric treatment, and medication management.
We are committed to helping everyone in our community be healthy, and we’re going to get there, one person at a time.
AS A NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE CORPS SITE.
WE PROMISE TO
Serve all clients
Offer discounted/sliding fee scale for patients who qualify based on family size and income
Not deny services based on a person’s:
Race | Color | Sex | Age | National origin | Disability | Religion | Sexual Orientation | Gender Identity | Ability to Pay