Stopping Child Abuse. Saving Lives.
EOA Children’s House is the nation’s largest long-term center for early childhood abuse prevention and treatment. A division of Economic Opportunity Agency, Inc. (EOA) and centrally located to serve both Washington and Benton counties, EOA Children’s House currently serves children as young as eighteen months and up to five years of age. Employing a “whole-child, whole-family” approach, we have been hard at work in Northwest Arkansas to break the cycle of child abuse and life-threatening neglect since 1978.
EOA Children’s House is unlike any other program in Arkansas, and few like it exist in the nation. Along with our comprehensive range of professional therapeutic services and preschool education, we give children the care, nurturing, love and stable environment they need to heal.
Each child received an individualized needs assessment and customized treatment plan when they arrive at EOA Children’s House. Occupational, physical, and speech therapy and counseling services are provided on site, year round. Family counseling and parental skills training are available to ensure families receive the care and support they need.
EOA Children’s House does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, age, national origin, religion or disability, in the admission, access to and treatment in EOA Children’s House programs, services and activities, as well as EOA Children’s House hiring or employment practices in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended. Please visit the Notice of Non-Discrimination page on this site for more information.