The center offers bilingual services from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management, the U.S. Small Business Administration and more.
Anyone with any damage to their property can take advantage of these services.
FEMA's primary goal is to get residents in a natural disaster area to a safe, sanitary and functional environment.
"We do have people with some houses that aren't even livable so we try to get them in a hotel room or shelter that is safe," Thames said. "Floods, mildew we need to get them out of there so they'll be safe."
"We get them registered and help them get the ball rolling on trying to get them back to some type of normalcy," Thames said.
To register at the center, bring an ID, social security card, homeowner's insurance and proof of the damage.
"We could be next," Thames said. "Anyone could be next."
The organizations have signed up 16 people.