Volunteers seek to stop cycle of domestic abuse

Herald/MARIANNE LIJEWSKI - Joey Elllis, an educational director with Aware Central Texas, talks to a parenting class for domestic violence and child abuse prevention Jan. 6 at the Killeen Housing Authority Moss Rose Community Development Center. Programs like this can help first-time offenders learn better ways to deal with anger, frustration and stress in hopes of breaking the cycle of domestic violence.

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