Arkansas Public Records: How to Order Public Records in AR

Human beings have always been curious about who they are and where they come from.  Searching for public records continues this tradition by allowing anyone from family history researchers to adoptees to legal aids, request the information they need. The Arkansas Department of Health Services is responsible for public records. This office has records going back as early as February 1st, 1914.

Arkansas’ Department of Health Services is one of the many offices responsible for keeping public records in order and available to the public. They have been closely monitoring public records going back as far as February 1st, 1914.

While many records are available to all members of the public, most birth records are not. When you request your public records make sure you bring ID and any other pertinent information with you. Remember, there will be research fees to obtain the records.

You may request records:
Order by Mail – Send the fee and all filled out paperwork to:
Arkansas Department of Health Vital Records, Slot 44
4815 West Markham
Little Rock AR 72205

Go in Person – While some may find it inconvenient, many questions can be answered by going in person.
Electronically –Utilizing Vital Check, you can order your records using a credit card. Shipping and additional fees will apply. If you find difficulty ordering online call Vital Check at 1-800-255-2414 or 1-800-669-8312 for assistance.

Questions – You can also call the office at (501) 661-2174 or 1-800-637-9314.

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