United Cerebral Palsy of Arkansas’ mission is to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people with disabilities.
UCP of Arkansas began in 1957 when a group of five families sought services for their children with cerebral palsy. The organization has since grown into one of the largest and most comprehensive non-profit agencies in the state.
UCP works to educate, advocate and provide support services to ensure a life without limits for individuals with a spectrum of disabilities, as 65% of the people we serve have a disability other than cerebral palsy. Services include day habilitation, job training, educational programs and case management for over 500 adults and children.
FUNDRAISERS AND EVENTS
- "Texture" Art Show, Oct. 26, 2017, Galaxy Furniture, North Little Rock, 5-8 p.m.
- Putt Putt Pub Crawl, March 2018, Little Rock River Market.
- Northwest Arkansas Softball Classic, May 2018, Fayetteville.
- Golf Scramble, June 2018, Rebsamen Golf Course, Little Rock.
UCP Enterprises is an entrepreneurial business division of UCP of Arkansas. The UCP family is committed to helping people with disabilities live a life without limits, and employment is an important part of this goal. We’re more than our name!
- Gone For Good Document Destruction: UCP's secure shredding service is NAID AAA Certified and ensures a closed chain of custody.
- Ultra Cartridge Products: This recycling program provides a way for businesses and organizations to dispose of empty printer cartridges and also purchase remanufactured ones.
- Material Recycling Facility: This service provides bulk material recycling.
- UCP Buttons: UCP's button manufacturing service is designed to meet the promotional needs of businesses, churches, schools, political hopefuls, etc.
Service Area: Central, Northwest and
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mary Carol Poole
1st Vice Chair
Immediate Past Chairman
Chief Executive Officer
9720 N Rodney Parham Road
Little Rock, AR 72227