WHO: Methodist Family Health, Dillard’s and Calvin Klein
WHAT: Calvin Klein Gives Back shopping event at Dillard’s in Arkansas
WHEN: Each event is December 4-10, 2017 (week-long)
Dillard’s Park Plaza Mall in Little Rock and McCain Mall in North Little Rock
Dillard’s Northwest Arkansas Mall in Fayetteville and Pinnacle Hills Promenade in Rogers
Dillard’s Hot Springs Mall in Hot Springs
Dillard’s The Mall at Turtle Creek in Jonesboro
Dillard’s Central Mall in Texarkana
BACKGROUND: Shop ladies’ Calvin Klein sportswear December 4-10 and for every $100 spent in Calvin Klein, $10 will be donated to Methodist Family Health, which provides quality, compassionate psychiatric, emotional and behavioral healthcare to children and families throughout Arkansas. MFH serves thousands of clients in inpatient, residential and outpatient venues of care. Its mission is to give the best possible care to those who may need its help and to treat the whole person: behaviorally, emotionally and spiritually.
Since 1899, Methodist Family Health has been rebuilding the lives of children and families in Arkansas. Our continuum of care includes an acute and subacute, inpatient hospital; residential treatment centers (RTCs) to help children and adolescents struggling with chronic mental, emotional and behavioral issues; group homes provide a family-like setting in the community while providing emotional and behavioral treatment; and an emergency shelter, which offers a nurturing environment for children in the custody of the state’s Division of Children and Family Services (DCFS), and serves as a temporary placement for children in DCFS who are waiting for a permanent placement, either with family members, foster homes or group homes; therapeutic day treatment, which consists of two schools that work with children who are unable to perform in a regular academic setting and may need additional educational, behavioral and emotional support; Arkansas Center for Addictions Research, Education and Services (CARES), a residential substance abuse treatment center and mental health service for mother and their children up to age 12; school-based counseling and outpatient counseling clinics; and the Kaleidoscope Grief Center, the state’s only grief center for children and their families.