Professional Services Directory

The following is a listing of LGBTQ+ supportive professional services in Hot Springs and the Central Arkansas area. Please consider using them when possible.

If you are a service provider and would like to be included in this directory please contact us and let us know.

NOTE:  Many of these resources have been affected by COVID-19 safety and health requirements.  Please contact them directly for information about their services.


Hot Springs LGBTQ+ Alliance
The Hot Springs LBGT Alliance was formed for the purpose of developing and maintaining a sense of community and awareness of, about and for LGBTQ+ persons and their allies throughout Garland County, Arkansas. We accomplish that through social, outreach, educational and service programs to support our community and celebrate our diversity. For more information or to volunteer your time visit the website above.

Ouachita Region (Arkansas) Resource Guide
A comprehensive guide to Social Services in the Ouachita Region in Arkansas. The extensive guide includes programs and services for Clark, Garland, Hot Spring, Montgomery, Pike, Polk and Saline Counties.


Trevor Project: LGBTQ Suicide Hotline [24/7] — 1-866-488-7386
If you or a young LGBTQ person you care about is experiencing a crisis, call the free and confidential Trevor Lifeline at 866-488-7386, message through TrevorChat, or text through
TrevorText — Text START to 678678.  Message rates apply.
Provides live confidential and secure help for LGBTQ youth with a trained specialist.

Arkansas Crisis Line – 888 274 7472
Anonymous and confidential crisis intervention and counseling, offering local referrals

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline — 800 273 8255
Connecting individuals with counselors for emotional support and other services via web chat.


CHI St. Vincent Hospital
300 Werner St. — – 501 622 1000

National Park Medical Center
1910 Malvern Ave — – 501 321 1000


Tuggle Clinic HIV/ AIDS Resource Center — 501 623 5598
Medical Treatment, Case Management, Testing, Medications, Support Groups and Prevention Education. 

Dr. Hunter Carrington
Lake Hamilton Family Medicine — 1661 Airport Rd. — 501 651 4300

Dr. Randy Hill
CHI St. Vincent Primary Care – 1 Mercy Ln. – 501 622 6500

CHI St. Vincent Primary Care & Specialty Clinics – 1 Mercy Ln. – 501 622 6500
Search our easy-to-use Find a Doctor [] tool or Clinic [] search.

National Park Medical Physician Referral Line – 877 320 3222

Aloha Therapeutic Massage
203 Patricia St. 501-625-0540 Ferrin Lunestad
Ferrin Lunestad LMT offers customized care for both wellness and pain relief. Specializing in pain relief using Trigger Point Therapy and Myo-facial Release, Ferrin focuses on resolving whole patterns of tension throughout the body, improving balance and working with the breath and core muscle dynamics.

Natural State Midwife Services
1010 3rd St. Little Rock AR 501-282-9057 Shea Childs
Shea Childs is a state licensed, CPM practicing in central Arkansas, offering women in a two-hour radius from Hot Springs prenatal care and home birth services. She is not a nurse or a physician.

Planet Fitness
3310 Central Ave. 501-651-2424
It’s our goal to provide a clean, safe, welcoming environment for anyone who walks through our door, and all the equipment, amenities and support you need once you’re here.

Rainbow Embrace Physical Therapy
Dr. Samantha Hoover, DPT
Specialist in Inclusive and Informed Care Across the Gender Spectrum. I serve the LGBTQIA+ community in physical therapy, finding medical resources, and fitness. I also seek to decrease the health and financial disparities in my community via educational sessions for businesses, healthcare providers, and parents. Information about [virtual] fitness classes and how to signup can be found here:
The first class is always free by using code: FIRSTFREE

The Yoga Place
301 Whittington Ave. 501-681-0566 Karen Reeves
Our Vinyasa Yoga classes combine flowing movement with breath to reduce stress, control weight, bring relief to tight and stiff muscles and enhance clarity of the mind. We will practice both classical and creatively adapted sun salutations plus more!


Mental Health Professionals
Listing of mental health professionals in Hot Springs.  Can select a professional based on insurance accepted, specialty, gender, etc.

Evans Counseling Center
1401 Malvern Ave — — 501 701 0088
Adults from all faith groups/atheist groups, all genders, sexual orientations and races are welcome and invited to our practice.


Baim Reagler & Naramore Law Firm
307 Carpenter Dam Rd. 501-609-9800 Ashley Wright Naramore
Provides estate planning and related legal services to clients of all ages and circumstances.

Drake & Street Attorneys
102 Hawthorne 501- 321-1300 Joshua Drake
A full service law firm located in Hot Springs, Arkansas providing high quality legal services to individuals and businesses in the Hot Springs area.


National Park College, Hot Springs AR
PrideHawks is a student led GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance) that is open to all LGBT+ and non-LGBT students at National Park College. For more information contact faculty advisors Dr. Sheri LaDuke at or Susan Millerd at

University of Central Arkansas, Conway AR
The Pride, Raising awareness, Involvement, Support, and Mentoring Alliance (PRISM) serves the LGBTQQIAP community of the University of Central Arkansas, including students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, AR
Spectrum is a student organization devoted to the support and advocacy of the LGBTQ+ community on the Arkansas Tech University campus. 


Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
109 Hobson Ave — — 501-623-1549

Unitarian Universalist Church of Hot Springs
100 Norwalk St. — – 501 404 5110

Unitarian Universalist Village Church
403 Barcelona Rd., Hot Springs Village — – 501 922 1255
As a diverse faith community, the Unitarian Universalists promote an environment and culture in which they can serve as a welcoming religious community for all who practice a liberal religious life.


Drop-in Center [14-24yo] – Hot Springs — 501 282 0292
The Youth Services Drop-In Center assists youth under the age of 24 who are experiencing or at risk for experiencing homelessness or unstable housing. All of our services are FREE

Lucie’s Place [18-25yo] — Little Rock –501-508-5005
Provides support for LGBTQ young adults experiencing homelessness in Central Arkansas.


Dr. Hunter Carrington
Lake Hamilton Family Medicine — 1661 Airport Rd. — *can prescribe HRT — 501 651 4300

Hot Springs Pediatric Clinic
1920 Malvern Ave. — — 501 321 1314
Transgender friendly; Doesn’t prescribe HRT


PRIDECORPS — 866-488-7386
We are a non-profit organization for LGBT persons in central Arkansas. Our mission is to celebrate, support, & empower LGBT individuals. We meet the first & third Tuesdays of each month 6:30-8 pm at Pulaski Heights UMC.


See Ouachita Region (Arkansas) Resource Guide —


See Ouachita Region (Arkansas) Resource Guide —


Countryside Animal Hospital 1107 Higdon Ferry Rd. – 501 624 2351
Provides the Hot Springs, Arkansas community with first class veterinary care.  Our animal clinic also proudly serves the surrounding communities of Hot Springs Village, Malvern, Fountain Lake, Lake Hamilton and Euclid Heights.


Emergency [Only] 911

Hot Springs Police Department — 501 321-6789

Hot Springs Village Police — 501 922-0011

Garland County Sheriff Dispatch – 501 622 3666

Arkansas State Police – 501 767 8550