Wolfe Street Foundation

Home of the Wolfe Street Center

The Wolfe Street Center, Non-Profit, Alcoholism, 12-Steps, 12 Steps, Recovery, Spiritualality

Alcoholics Anonymous, AA, A.A., Al-Anon, Al Anon, Alanon, Alateen, Resources, Addiction, Alcohol Classes, Community Service, Downtown  

Our Mission

The Mission of the Wolfe Street Foundation, Inc. is to provide facilities for support groups faithful to the original 12 Steps and to develop and implement programs aimed toward education and prevention for those persons interested in recovery from addictions and for their families as they relate to alcoholism. The Wolfe Street Center is owned and operated by the Wolfe Street Foundation, Inc. The Foundation is a non-profit, tax exempt, charitable corporation governed by a 12 member board, which is not associated with Alcoholics Anonymous or any of its branch organizations in any form. The Wolfe Street Foundation, Inc. through its Board of Directors, reserves the right to set and enforce certain rules of conduct for any and all persons who enter the Wolfe Street Center and its adjoining property.

GREEK FOOD FESTIVAL 2015 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Friday, May 15th 10:30 am to 2 pm, 2 pm to 5:30 pm, 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Saturday, May 16th 10:30 am to 2 pm, 2 pm to 5:30 pm, 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Sunday, May 17th 10:30 am to 3:00 pm, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

To sign up come by the Wolfe Street Bookstore. Or contact us at 501-372-5662 for more info or Email wolfestreetlr@gmail.com

AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY 

Each year the Wolfe Street Foundation, along with the Arkansas Rep, presents a private performance as an annual fundraiser for the foundation.

AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY makes its way to Little Rock on Tuesday, June 2nd at 7:00 pm. It promises to be an entertaining evening for a great cause.

For more information on tickets, click here.

The Wolfe Street Center is extremely grateful to our good friend and amazing artist, Baxter Knowlton. This wonderful painting depicts Bill and Ebby as they sit and discuss for the first time the “spiritual solution” to Bill’s alcoholism. Baxter’s painting hangs in the front foyer of the WSC and will welcome those seeking a new way of life for years to come. To read more about this pivotal moment in the history of recovery, click here.