The Clatsop County Women's Resource Center's quarterly training for volunteers starts Wednesday. It's an opportunity for people to learn more about how to help victims of domestic and sexual violence. The agency needs volunteers to serve on their 24-hour crisis line, in its office and during special events. The training consists of 32 hours of instruction, beginning with a session from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Some Saturdays may be required. People who successfully finish the block of training are eligible to volunteer their time in many different ways, assisting women, men and children in this community. To sign up, call 325-3426.


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