Located in the rolling hills of Little Flock just outside of Rogers, Restoration Village is located on 70 acres of beautiful woods. With a pond, stream, pool, horses, and plenty of outdoor areas to walk, we offer a calm and quiet place for women and children to heal. Residents have come from neighboring areas such as Bentonville, Springdale, Fayetteville, and from all across the state. Some residents have even come to the Village from as far away as Kenya and India.
Our founders, David & Beverly Engle, moved to the Village in 1989 believing that God had called them to restore hope to women and children in crisis. Today, we continue this work believing that God can offer hope and restoration to all, no matter how difficult their situation might be.
More than just a warm bed for a few days or weeks, we provide long-term shelter to all our residents. Whether someone stays six months or six years, they are welcome to receive safe shelter at the Village as long as they need.
As a women and children’s shelter, we welcome single women and mothers with children to call the Village home. We have advocates, counselors, and other staff ready to help you and your family become part of a loving home at the Village.
Residents come to the Village seeking safe shelter from a variety of different situations, all of which have left them without anywhere else to turn. Our women and children’s shelter serves those who have experienced variety of situations, such as homelessness, domestic violence, substance abuse, trauma, and other difficult circumstances. Whatever the crisis, we provide life-changing services to restore and rebuild the lives of our residents. Because of this, we operate on a variety of different levels as a homeless shelter, women’s shelter, children’s shelter, and domestic violence shelter.