Arkansas P.E.A.R.L.

Positive Energy Affecting Recovering Lives

PEARL is a non-profit corporation that supports the Benton County Drug Court Program. We help participants get back on their feet and take control of their lives by giving them access to resources and programs proven to increase the chances of successfully recovering from addiction.

About P.E.A.R.L.

If you are interested in the programs PEARL provides, we invite you to learn more about our mission and how we are helping participants of the Benton County Drug Court and Veteran Court (VA) live free of dependency so they can re-enter their community.


There are a variety of factors that play a role in how well individuals are able to manage and overcome addiction, including genetics, living situation, career stress, the relationships they maintain and whether or not they have access to appropriate support and the necessary resources. At PEARL, we understand that the causes of addiction – and the barriers to recovery – are unique for every individual. We help the Benton County Drug Court and VA provide participants access to the specific programs and guidance they need to re-enter their community and start building a more fulfilling life without drugs or alcohol.


Meet the people who help make P.E.A.R.L. a reality. Our board of directors have come together to help individuals in Benton County find the resources and support they need to recover from addiction. Their personal and professional experience with the Benton County Drug Court program gives them unique insight into how difficult recovery can be and how to best support the courts, giving recovering addicts the best chance of succeeding.


Learn more about PEARL and its members, programs and events. We're raising social awareness in Northwest Arkansas about addiction causes and recovery - sign up for our newsletter below to catch all the latest information, events and program updates.

You can also read about local and national addiction policy and addiction recovery research and programs, including drug courts, counseling, proper medical care and employment or rent assistance. 


Contact us to learn more about how we support the Benton County Drug Court, find out how you can help, make a donation or set up a meeting with one of our board members.