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SHERIDAN — The Advocacy and Resource Center Crisis Line is starting a new training class for volunteers on Monday.
Crisis line volunteers must complete 40 hours of training and other volunteer positions with lesser training requirements are also available.
ARC goal is to help victims realize their right to information, protection, input and restitution.
More information on ARC and their current needs may be seen at www.arcsheridan.com.
Please contact Yvonne at 672-7471 for more information on becoming a volunteer, to receive an agenda in the mail or to sign up for training.
In addition, the ARC will begin its new hours of operation Friday. The center will now be open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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