LIFE WITHOUT LIMITS is our goal for every person we serve and has been since our beginning over 50 years ago!
UCP of Arkansas was created in 1957 by families which had children with cerebral palsy, and although we have grown
to be one of the largest service providers in Arkansas, we continue to refer to our employees, parents, individuals we serve,
and volunteers as family. Through advocacy and the provision of direct services and supports UCP continues to meet its mission
of advancing the independence, productivity and full citizenship for people with disabilities.
Welcome to United Cerebral Palsy of Arkansas!
United Cerebral Palsy of Arkansas (UCP) is excited to announce its inaugural Putt Putt Pub Crawl sponsored by Dos Equis in the Rivermarket on Saturday, March 5th. Teams of four are $100 and include an event t-shirt, drink koozy, drink specials, and nine holes of putt-putt in the Rivermarket. Participating bars are Gusano’s, Willy D’s, Dugan’s Pub, Flying Saucer, Damgoode Pies, Gus Fried Chicken, Rumba Revolution, Sticky Fingerz, and Big Whiskey’s. Proceeds from this event will benefit United Cerebral Palsy’s programs and services. Contact Kristin at 501-747-0005 or email@example.com for more information.
Please follow the link: http://disabilityrightsar.org/letter-to-health-reform-task…/ to read an open letter to the Health Reform Legislative Task Force concerning the wait list for community services and supports. The letter is signed by families, community members, advocates, and health and social services. Among the signatures is UCP CEO, Larry Stang.