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Arkansas employees deliver some Christmas spirit to Serenity House
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Employees in Mountain Home and Harrison, Arkansas took up a collection to buy, wrap, and drop off Christmas presents for all the mothers and children in the Mountain Home Serenity House.

The Serenity House helps survivors of domestic violence heal and regain their personal strength and power. Today, Serenity employs 12 professionals and a dedicated group of over 40 volunteers who provide emergency shelter services, assistance with protection orders, and advocacy toward independence (housing, education, employment and healthcare), support group programs, and client transportation.  Serenity operates two resale stores, offering clients goods free of charge and utilizing general sales income to support operations. Serenity’s Safe Shelter is located in Mountain Home, Arkansas and services both Baxter and Marion counties. 

Trained and experienced advocates can be reached 24-hours a day on our hotline at 870-424-7233 (SAFE).

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