LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A homeless teen who moved to Arkansas last year has found help that is putting him on track for success.
“I graduated high school while living in my car,” says Austin Skaggs.
Teens groups like Immerse Arkansas and The Call aim to help those in need overcome a variety of insurmountable odds. They help many Arkansas teens who "age out" of foster care.
One of these groups threw Skaggs a lifeline that allowed him to find a mentor to help guide him to a life as a productive adult.
Hear his story by watching the attached web extra.
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