The Ozark-Dale County family services center has been given some bad news.
The center, which is funded by grants and community donations, is running out of money.
The center provides multiple classes to improve relationships between teenagers and their parents.
But the center says they have lost about 15-thousand dollars...and that means classes they offer are in jeopardy of closing.
"It was a collaborative effort to help the kids in dale county and surrounding areas with the things we face today." Family service director Jeremy Varner said.
Center volunteers are asking for the community's help.
They say having volunteers teach a class would tremendously help.
They're also asking for monetary donations.
An open house for the center is scheduled for tomorrow beginning at 8 a-m.
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