Welcome to Community Service Inc.
Since 1958 we have been dedicated to serving the youth of west central Arkansas. We pride ourselves in providing quality care through our professionals specializing in psychiatry, social work, behavioral health, prevention and education, health science and substance abuse.
Our programs are provided to anyone from birth to 18 years of age without regard to their ability to pay. Please take a moment to look through this site and contact us with any questions you may have. We would be honored to help you or a member of your family.
First Tee Registration Information
All Classes Held at the Morrilton Country Club for ages 7- 13
New Saturday Class 9 - 10:15 a.m. ($10 a month) Starts April 5
Spring Break Summer Camp March 24-27 8 - 11:30 a.m. ($25 for First Tee Students $30 for non First Tee Students)
Monday Classes 3:45 - 5 p.m. (for students with golf experience) $10 a month
Clubs Not Required - Scholarships Available - Class maxes at 30 participants
Registration Form First Tee Registration Form
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Scholarship Form First Tee Scholarship Form
First Tee Participants
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Community Service, Inc. and UACCM is proud to bring to the UACCM campus an art contest with a focus on Tobacco addiction. Please click on the link for the registration form! Tobacco Addiction and Art Call for artists form final
Did you know?
There are more than one billion smokers in the world.
Globally, use of tobacco products is increasing, although it is decreasing in high-income countries.
Almost half of the world's children breathe air polluted by tobacco smoke.
The epidemic is shifting to the developing world.
More than 80% of the world's smokers live in low- and middle-income countries.
Tobacco use kills 5.4 million people a year - an average of one person every six seconds - and accounts for one in 10 adult deaths worldwide.
Tobacco kills up to half of all users.
It is a risk factor for six of the eight leading causes of deaths in the world.
Because there is a lag of several years between when people start using tobacco and when their health suffers, the epidemic of disease and death has just begun.
100 million deaths were caused by tobacco in the 20th century. If current trends continue, there will be up to one billion deaths in the 21st century.
Unchecked, tobacco-related deaths will increase to more than eight million a year by 2030, and 80% of those deaths will occur in the developing world.
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