About Us

7hills begins our relationships with our clients by meeting them “where they are” with a spirit of compassion.  We have high expectations of our clients, thus providing dignity through accountability, as they strive to end their cycles of homelessness and poverty.  Our programs are designed to teach our clients skills and provide them the opportunities necessary for sustainability as productive members of our community.  All three of 7hills’ programs meet important service gaps in our community.  We rely on community partnerships to meet the wide variety of needs that our clients bring to us and to eliminate the duplication of services. Our programs are operated using best-practice standards developed by the National Alliance to End Homelessness.  We interact with all of our stakeholders with a spirit of transparency that allows us to get the feedback necessary to continually improve.

Our Agency

Main

479.251.7776   info@7hillscenter.org

112 W. Center St. Suite 300

Fayetteville, AR 72702

Administration

112 W. Center St. Suite 300

Fayetteville AR 72701

Day Center

1555 W. MLK BLVD

Fayetteville, AR 72701

SSVF

112 W. Center St. Suite 300

Fayetteville, AR 72701

WFRC

828 Seven Hills Court

Fayetteville, AR 72701

Our Board

Lynn Carver

Lynn Carver
Board President

Kevin Renner

Kevin Renner
Board Vice President

Paul Wilson Treasurer

Paul Wilson
Board Treasurer

Ryan Pfeiffer

Ryan Pfeiffer
Board Secretary

Catherine W. Bass

Catherine W. Bass
Executive Committee Member

Terry L. Bankston

Terry L. Bankston

Darcy Smith

Darcy Smith

Fred Hiatt

Fred Hiatt

Billy Rader CEO

Billy Rader
CEO

Mission and Vision

Fighting Homelessness  and  Poverty with

Education, Opportunities and Hope.

7hills will fight poverty and end homelessness by developing and implementing innovative services to equip the near-homeless and homeless in leading healthy and productive lives. Our evidence based services will rely on strategic community partnerships with citizens, business, and government agencies. Our programming will evolve to meet the ever changing needs of the communities we serve.