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FRC Offers Free Anger Management Classes for Adolescents

july 14, 2008 – Family Resource Center's "Family and Youth Crises Intervention Program" is holding registration for its adolescent anger management classes. The free program, funded by the Department of Human Services, will begin on Tuesday Sept. 2, and conclude on Thursday, Oct. 16. Parents are encouraged to register their sons or daughters early because space is limited.
The program assists youth who are exhibiting negative behaviors and may be having trouble in school, socially or at home. The classes will be offered from 4:30-6 p.m., on Tuesdays and Thursdays, for adolescent boys and girls.
For more information, call Dr. Greg McGriff at 776-9085 or fax information to 776-9082.

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july 14, 2008 - Family Resource Center's "Family and Youth Crises Intervention Program" is holding registration for its adolescent anger management classes. The free program, funded by the Department of Human Services, will begin on Tuesday Sept. 2, and conclude on Thursday, Oct. 16. Parents are encouraged to register their sons or daughters early because space is limited.
The program assists youth who are exhibiting negative behaviors and may be having trouble in school, socially or at home. The classes will be offered from 4:30-6 p.m., on Tuesdays and Thursdays, for adolescent boys and girls.
For more information, call Dr. Greg McGriff at 776-9085 or fax information to 776-9082.