To make sure all those services are available - under one roof - 20 organizations have come together to form the Center for Nonprofits at St. Mary's.
"It means we get to share ideas and resources, and it creates a real collaborative energy here, and a really great spirit," said Angie Albright, Executive Director of the NWA Women's Shelter.
With 93,000 uninsured in Northwest Arkansas the Community Clinic saw 1,500 patients its first year - but now sees 18,000 patients a year. Being at the Center for Non-Profits, the clinic can see people who are there to take care of other problems as well - making medical treatment more accessible.
"We have been able to serve more people in the community and bring about a healthier community for everybody," Cambre Horne-Brooks of the Community Clinic.
"We are serving more people, we need these services now more than ever," Albright said. "We now have more people to serve - and now have more space to do it in."
The Northwest Arkansas Women's Shelter moved to the center to offer its clients more services and more space, now families can have their own rooms together.
"It's important to maintain that family structure, they have the privacy they need to heal as a family," Albright said.
Some of the groups that have moved into the center say it offers the chance to turn to other groups for advice and help - and support.
"Being a relatively new non-profit as we are, getting to be around other non profits and learn about them, and have them learn about us - we felt that was essential," said Mike Shea, Executive Director of First Tee of Northwest Arkansas.
"We know that working together we are stronger, and can really impact the human element in our community that is so important," said Betsy Reithemeyer, COO for the center.
Thousands of Northwest Arkansans - helped every year through the center's doors - and all under one roof.
For more information go to: http://www.centerfornonprofitsnwa.org/StMarys/