Family-To-Family Health Information Center (F2F HIC) – Provides health- related support and training for families of children with special health care needs and the professionals that serve them

Project DOCC (Delivery of Chronic Care) – Medical education program that strives to improve the quality of life for children who are chronically ill and/or developmentally disabled and their families

ADC staff are parents of children with special health care needs and we have a diverse Board of Directors that represent community programs and initiatives that promote the advocacy, transition, employment, education and health care needs of Arkansans with disabilities.

We are continually searching for ways to expand our outreach by responding to the unique needs of today’s families. We provide them with supports to more effectively participate in their child’s individual health and educational needs.

Funding is provided through a variety of sources, including grants from the U.S. Department and Health and Human Services-Health Resources and Services Administration and Arkansas Department of Human Services, Division of Development Disabilities Services-Title V CSHCN Program.

2 thoughts on “CONTINUED HOME PAGE

  1. Julia Gillespie 14 Aug 2023 — 5:12 pm

    Would like to speak with someone regarding assistance for my daughter. She has Noonan Syndrome – physical and developmental challenges.

    1. Hi Julia,
      Thank you for contacting us. Can you share some information about you and your daughter? For example, what part of the state are you in? What is the age of your daughter? You can email me directly at

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