The focus of the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services is to provide individuals the tools they need to enhance and sustain their employability. Products and services provided by the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services can be categorized into three main groups: Unemployment Insurance, Employment Assistance (Jobseeker services and Employer services), and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. These services are offered at Arkansas Workforce Centers located throughout the state. More specifically, for justice impacted individuals, the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services is continuing to implement the Continued Assistance Act, the federal legislation that amends the unemployment benefit programs established under the CARES Act. They also provide services such as career readiness programs, workforce innovation, registered apprenticeships with employers, and other services that aid those who are unemployed and struggling. If you or someone you know is in need of employment assistance in the state of Arkansas, How to Justice urges you to contact the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services via the links provided.