Franklin Formal 2018
Community Health Centers of Arkansas
Requests The Honor of Your Presence at our Masquerade Ball
Please Join Us for an Enchanted Evening at The Inaugural Franklin Formal … a ball held to celebrate and support CHCA’s newestmodel for community healthcare, the Franklin Community Health Complex.
VIP Reception: 5:30 pm | General Reception – 6:00 pm
Dinner – 7:00 pm | Dancing – 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Attire: Black Tie Optional, Ball Gown and Mask preferred
The mission for Franklin Community Health Complex is to bring the essential health programs to the community. Community Health Centers of Arkansas understands the need to be a part of the solution to help eliminate health and social disparities in central Little Rock; we must go beyond doctor’s visits and checkups and have programs that deal with issues related to poverty, violence, and socioeconomic inequalities. It is our mission to bring health education, access, and equality to the community. This mission will be enhanced through a public-private partnership that will include healthcare practitioners, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and small business owners.
U.S. Senator John Boozman
For several years, U.S. Senator Boozman has been a champion among his colleagues in Washington for Community Health Centers in Arkansas, and across the United States. He even served as a volunteer at our St. Francis House / Community Clinic in Northwest Arkansas.
Muskie Harris advocates on behalf of individuals across the state of Arkansas who have suffered from chemical addition. He is a former Razorback football player, who currently operates a group home that provides treatment to men of first-time alcohol & substance abuse.
Delta Dental of Arkansas
For over five years, the staff of Delta Dental of Arkansas have remained committed to improving the oral health of all Arkansans. Additionally, they have remained committed to helping Community Health Centers improve access to dental care services.
ForevercARe, one of Arkansas's PRover-led Arkansas Shared Saving Entity (PASSE) was designed to address the needs of Medicaid beneficiaries who have behavioral health disorders or intellectual developmental disabilities.
Event Coordinator: Mia Stark
For more information, please contact Mia Stark at 501-374-2148 or email firstname.lastname@example.org