It's been a month since their building in Ozark went up in smoke in what investigators believe was a case of arson.
Since then, the agency has been doing business out of several temporary locations. Now, they've found a more permanent home, the old TG&Y building on Highway 231.
Walls are quickly going up and workers are putting furniture together. In a little more than a week, they hope to have the building ready to move into. Only then will case workers finally have access to the tools they need to help the public.
DHR hopes to stay in the TG&Y building for about a year, and then they hope to move into a brand new building at the site of the fire.
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