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Murrow Indian Children's Home is a 501 C3 non-profit, level B group home and has been in existence for over one hundred years. Murrow provides a home for American Indian children that are in tribal custody as a result of abuse and neglect. There is a teen boys cottage, a girls and young children and a transition cottage. Children may live here until they graduate high school or age out. The children attend public school. On site counseling and tutoring is provided. At age fourteen, a transition plan is developed to fit each child's needs and they began participating in the transition program. They learn life skills and work toward independence. At age sixteen, they move to the transition cottage where they can learn to live independently. Murrow offers a pregnant teen program for teens that need a place to live. Murrow depends on volunteers and mission groups for minor maintenance and repairs.