Central Arkansas Area Agency on Aging (CareLink)
38 years in business700 W. Riverfront Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72114
Additional Phone Numbers
- (501) 688-7491
- (501) 688-7411
- (800) 482-6359
- (501) 607-2510
- (501) 688-7413
- (501) 688-7405
- (501) 688-7445
- (501) 688-7477
- (501) 376-8852
- (501) 688-7404
- (866) 688-0030
- (501) 688-7401
- (501) 688-7485
- (501) 688-7450
- (501) 688-7403
- (501) 688-7438
- (501) 688-7414
- (501) 688-7462
- (501) 607-4584
- (501) 688-7433
- (501) 688-7426
- (501) 688-7483
- (501) 688-7444
- (501) 688-7469
- (501) 688-7423
- (501) 688-7493
- (501) 688-7440
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Type of EntityCorporation
- Mr. Luke Mattingly, President/CEO
- Ms. Beth Landon, VP Community Services
- Ms. Connie Parker, VP Home Care
- Ms. Joy Scates, VP Finance
- Mr. Chuck Thompson, VP Special Projects & Human Resources
- Senior Citizens Service Organization
- Day Care - Adults
- Senior Home Care
- Affiliated with Arkansas Association of Area Agencies on Aging.
Products & ServicesThis company helps homebound older people who are struggling to find the services they need to stay in their own home, active older people who want to stay healthy & involved, & family caregivers who need to navigate the available services for their loved ones.
Service AreaThis location offers services to Faulkner, Lonoke, Monroe, Prairie, Pulaski, and Saline counties.
Alternate Business Names
- CareLink (Region V)
- Area Agency on Aging
Licensing, Bonding or RegistrationThis business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
Number of Employees:500
CareLink is a nonprofit that has been serving homebound and active older people and their family caregivers for 37 years. Our mission is to connect older people and their families with resources to meet the opportunities and challenges of aging.
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