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Short film focuses on foster child

ReMoved follows the emotional story of a young girl, removed from her home by child welfare services and placed in a foster home. It’s all seen through her eyes.

The short film won Best Film and Audience Choice at the 168 Film Festival, as well as Best Film at the Enfoque Film Festival, and was an official selection at the Santa Barbara Independent Film Festival.

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Good Works in Atla Docket

Our very own Melanie Grayson was recently featured in the Winter 2015 edition of ATLA DOCKET for their work with the mentoring program in Heber Springs. The mentoring program will be hosting a life skill … Read More

CALL it a Bunco Night

Grab the girls and enjoy a night full of fun, food and BUNCO. $10 per person. All proceeds benefit The CALL in Crawford & Sebastian Counties. When: February 28th, 5pm-8pm Where: Grace Community Church, 4001 … Read More

New support group for parents with teens

Raising a teenager? Don’t go it alone! Join us for The CALL Support Group for Foster and Adoptive Parents of TEENAGERS. Once each month, we’ll connect and share dilemmas, vent some steam, uplift and encourage … Read More