South Arkansas Regional Health Center

An intern begins with one of four rotations, which includes:


Psychological and Forensic Assessment


SARHC conducts many types of assessments including: forensic assessments, disability determinations, mental status exams, intelligence testing, school readiness testing, projective tests, learning disability testing, personality assessments, law enforcement evaluations, and employment evaluations. The assessments are conducted with SARHC clients and through contracts with other agencies.


School-based Services


The school-based rotation aims to provide individual and group therapy and assessment services to children and adolescents who have demonstrated difficulties functioning appropriately in the school setting. SARHC also participates in a collaborative effort with the juvenile court system and provides a liaison that attends all juvenile court sessions. This liaison helps to ensure that the child and family receive the appropriate services needed.


Adult Day Treatment and Community Integrative Service


Hope House and Crossroads are well-established treatment programs for adult SMI populations. These programs empower mental health clients to be healthy and productive citizens within the community. Clients learn social, emotional and work related skills to function productively within the community. The program encourages clients to recognize personal hidden strengths and gain self-confidence through creative therapeutic intervention.


A fourth rotation of choice or specialty. Interns are encouraged to create a rotation which meets their interest.


South Arkansas Regional Health Center

715 North College Ave | El Dorado, AR 71730

(870) 862-7921 or 1 (800) 825-1554

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