Positive Energy Affecting Recovering Lives

Annual Impact Report

Message from the Executive Director

Season’s Greetings P.E.A.R.L. partners’ and contributors!

As the End of the year approaches, I find myself thankful for my first four months serving as the Executive Director for P.E.A.R.L. after having served two years in various other roles for the organization. Whether it has been collaborating with the board, staff, volunteers, partners, or supporters, I am fortunate to be in the company of such compassionate and knowledgeable leaders.

Even more inspiring is the positive energy each of you continues to give in the face of economic and social challenges. While the time has approached for many of us to pause and reconnect with family, friends, and most importantly…ourselves…I am encouraged at the prospects that 2024 will bring for P.E.A.R.L. and the community we serve. My enthusiasm is strengthened by all of the life-changing work our team does daily.

It is because of our loyal contributors and supporters that we have been enabled to provide services to over a thousand people in 2023 whether at our Peer Recovery Center, through our Men’s & Women’s Recovery Housing, or out in the community & in the great State of Arkansas. 

As we take our respective respites from our daily labors, please remember those who are near, far, and no longer with us. Celebrate life, recharge, and consider joining us in 2024 as we continue “Healing the Recovery Community!”

With Gratitude,

Kyra Moss,
Executive Director


The Mission of P.E.A.R.L. is to provide assistance, education, and support to the specialty courts and the recovery community of Arkansas.

P.E.A.R.L. inspires people with substance use disorders to embrace the process of change through which people improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential.

P.E.A.R.L. provides support to the path of recovery.


“Healing the Recovery Community!”


Financial Supportive Services Received by the Numbers

2022 2023
Food Pantry 51 165
Diaper Pantry 1 85
Transportation Assistance 81 105
Phone Assistance 18 69
Utility Assistance 9 3
Housing Assistance 31 44
i-9 Document Assistance 7 21
Dental Assistance 4 4
Prescription Assistance 6 10
Clothing Assistance 9 26
Financial Assistance (Other) 14 16

                            2023 Services Provided

  • Peer Support
  • Recovery Housing (Men’s & Women’s House)
  • Support Groups
  • Recovery Meetings
  • Educational Workshops
  • Workforce Resources
  • Treatment Navigation
  • Financial Supportive Services
  • Social Services Navigation
  • Drop in Peer Recovery Center
  • Transportation
  • Pro Bono Legal Aid Days


  • Motherhood & Fatherhood Parenting 12 week courses
  • Financial Literacy
  • Credit Building Course
  • Homeownership Education
  • Monthly Naloxone Trainings
  • Recreational Activities
  • Recovery Events
  • Food Pantry
  • Diaper Pantry
  • Computer Lab
  • Budgeting