Lauras gov includes crisis hotline numbers, contact information for Arkansas shelters, related Arkansas laws and numerous resources for victims of domestic violence and other violent crimes.
Partnering with the Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Arkansas Department of Education and Break the Cycle, the Attorney General's office offers training opportunities for educators, school resource officers and others on dating abuse prevention and intervention methods.
is to help survivors of domestic violence heal and regain their personal strength and power.
Serenity’s Safe Shelter is located in Mountain Home and services both Baxter and Marion counties.
But it’s enough to make your search for love seem a little more immediate, and it's an interesting twist on the more static interfaces the big apps like Bumble and Tinder give you.
So what happens once you’re interested in someone who pops up?
The app lets you opt out of being matched at any time — like if you want to walk around the grocery store in your sweats unseen.
(You can turn off the facial recognition feature, too.) But as with anything that gives away your location, things can get kind of weird privacy-wise.
Today, Serenity employs eleven professionals and a dedicated group of over 40 volunteers who provide emergency shelter services, assistance with protection orders, and advocacy toward independence (housing, education, employment and healthcare), support group programs, and client transportation.
Since 1988, we have been bringing domestic peace to the families of Baxter and Marion Counties, in addition to the surrounding counties of North Central Arkansas by providing emergency shelter and advocacy services.
Of course this is far from the only app that offers matches based on finding you people who you’ve crossed paths with — Happn and many others operate on the same premise.