NORTH AURORA – Learn how to recognize the signs of domestic abuse, how to provide support to help a friend or family member and what kind of questions to ask at a March 23 program at the Messenger Public Library, 113 Oak St., North Aurora.
Safe community advocates Megan Sobotka and Raquel Hernandez of Family Shelter Service will present a program from 2 to3:30 p.m. highlighting ways support those in an abusive relationship, officials announced in a news release.
Family Shelter Service offers help and hope to those affected by domestic violence. Its mission is to support a community that is free of domestic violence and safe for all. For more information visit www.familyshelterservice.org.