Recovery resources from the Arkansas Department of Human Services.
Peer Specialist Core Application
If you have two years of recovery, you can join the cause. You can help save lives as a peer recovery specialist. We need you. Your past doesn’t disqualify you. Let it lead to your purpose. Click to download an application now.
Recovery Resources – Arkansas Takeback
Learn about recovery support services available now throughout the state.
Find substance abuse or mental health treatment
When seeking help for mental health or addiction services for yourself or a loved one, the first step is to find a service provider in your area. Click here for assistance in locating an appropriate provider, or call our Mental Health & Addiction Support Line at 1-844-763-0198.
Arkansas Peer Recovery
Learn more about the Arkansas Peer Recovery program, and find a comprehensive list of available resources with contact information.
Arkansas Peer Recovery Code of Ethics
The primary responsibility of the Peer Specialist is to support the recovery of the individual and assist them in achieving their own needs, wants, and goals. Click to download the full Code of Ethics.
Arkansas Peer Recovery Peer Supervisor Code of Ethics
The primary responsibility of the PRPS is to guide and support the Peer in Training (PIT), Peer Recovery Specialist (PR), Advanced Peer Recovery Specialist (APR), and Peer Recovery Peer Supervisor in Training (SIT) through the process of delivering evidence-based peer support services using the Arkansas Model of Peer Recovery. Click to download the full Code of Ethics.
Arkansas Code of Ethics complaint form
This form is to be used only to submit a complaint with The Division of Provider Services and Quality Assurance (DPSQA) against an additional professional for violating the Arkansas Code of Ethics.