The organization began working in the town's health office, but due to a high volume of clients, they quickly outgrew the space.
They have now settled down in a building on Main Street, which had been vacant for more than 25 years, but was recently cleaned up and restored.
Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality's (ADEQ) Katherine Benenati says it was a grueling process:
"There was lead paint, there was asbestos, so all that had to be removed," she says. "But before that could take place, there were a number of chemicals, number of pharmaceuticals that had to be taken out."
The facility will serve low-income and uninsured people in Hope and Hempstead Counties.