Hope for Arkansas children and families facing emotional and behavioral challenges.

Southern Silks: A Derby Day Soiree

March 9, 2014
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ONLINE REGISTRATION is now available for Southern Silks, a fun, new special event May 3 benefiting Methodist Family Health!

Celebrate the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby with a post-race soiree that will include faux horse races where you can be a jockey! There will be prizes for each race, Derby Day refreshments and libations, a live auction, hat contest and more!

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Join the Get Up & Give collection!

February 25, 2014
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The 5th Annual Get Up & Give collection drive for Methodist Family Health begins March 5 and continues through April 20. That’s 40 days of collecting during Lent! Church and business groups, families, friends and neighbors are invited to collect necessity items for the children and families we serve through our hospital, group homes, day schools, clinics and other programs. For information, contact Jane Dennis at 501.906.4210 or jdennis@methodistfamily.org.

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Upcoming Events

  • Drop off Get Up & Give items, Methodist Family Health counseling clinic locations around the state

    April 21, 2014 | 12:00 am-12:00 am

    In-kind goods on the Methodist Family Health Wish List are collected during the season of Lent and dropped off from April 21-25 at Methodist Counseling Clinic locations around the state. The items benefit the 1,400 clients served daily by Methodist Family Health programs statewide. For more information, contact Jane Dennis at jdennis@methodistfamily.org or 501.906.4210.
  • Open House - Methodist Family Health Counseling Clinic, Hot Springs

    April 23, 2014 | 2:00 pm-4:00 pm

    3632 Central Ave., Suite B, Hot Springs, AR 71957
    Join Methodist Family Health in celebrating the opening of its new counseling clinic in Hot Springs. Methodist Family Health is a nonprofit, comprehensive behavioral health care system dedicated to providing quality psychiatric and behavioral health care to children and families of Arkansas.
  • Southern Silks: A Derby Day soiree benefiting Methodist Family Health

    May 3, 2014 | 6:00 pm-10:00 pm

    Clear Channel Metroplex Event Center, 10800 Colonel Glenn Road (off I-430), Little Rock, AR
    Southern Silks is a fun, new special event benefiting Methodist Family Health. Celebrate the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby with a post-race soiree that will include faux horse races where you can be a jockey! There will be prizes for each race, Derby Day refreshments and libations, a live auction, hat contest and more.

    Tickets are $75 per person or $125 per couple. For more information, contact Annie Davis at adavis@methodistfamily.org or 501.906.4201.

    Register online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/southern-silks-a-derby-day-soiree-benefiting-methodist-family-health-tickets-10318592187

    Sponsorship opportunities are available for Southern Silks, with varying perks and benefits. Ownership (Presenting) Sponsor: $5,000. Trainer (Celebrity) Sponsor: $2,500. Jockey (Table) Sponsor: $1,500. Company Pony Sponsor: $1,000. For sponsor information, contact Maggie Beeler at mbeeler@methodistfamily.org or 501.906.4220.
  • Hospital Week

    May 11, 2014 | 5:00 am-9:00 pm

    1601 Murphy Drive, Maumelle, AR, United States
    Methodist Family Health's Behavioral Hospital will be celebrating Hospital Week May 11-17. There will be a host of special events and employee and community recognition.
  • Camp Healing Hearts

    May 16, 2014 | 5:00 pm-5:00 pm

    Camp Aldersgate, 2000 Aldersgate Road, Little Rock, AR, United States
    Camp Healing Hearts is a FREE overnight camp for children ages 5–18 and their families who have lost a loved one. Sponsored by Kaleidoscope Grief Center, a service of Methodist Family Health,
    Camp Healing Hearts provides a safe environment where children and families can develop coping skills, both individually and within a community of others.
    Throughout the weekend, campers will reflect, reconnect and rediscover on an individual, family and community level by participating in therapeutic and recreational activities. In “Heart to Heart” time, children, teens and parents will participate in age-tailored peer support sessions designed to provide a safe environment for the expression of grief. Camp Healing Hearts will also provide participants the opportunity to take part in traditional camp activities such as a campfire with s’mores, fishing, swimming, arts and crafts and a ropes course.

    For more information and event details, contact Katherine Gipson at (501) 537-3991 or kgipson@methodistfamily.org.