Every Wednesday, 10 to 11:30 a.m. at The Harbor, 1361 Duane St. in Astoria, offers a 10-week class starting Oct. 21.

Domestic violence affects everyone residing in a household and if victims of domestic violence can learn how to see abusive patterns they will be better prepared for current and future relationships. The program “Help Ending Abusive Relationship Tendencies” covers subjects related to the effects of domestic violence on children, parents and other family members. Members discuss the dynamics of power and control and how to recognize red flags. Call Juli Hol to reserve a spot at 503-325-3426, ext.103; toll-free crisis line, 877-770-5735.

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