Family Outreach University, or FOR-U, will be offering their 12th consecutive semester of educational programming for the community this spring.

All classes are free, no pre-registration is required and all classes are held on Tuesday evenings, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

The initial class this year will be held at the Pittsburg County Expo Center on Jan. 13 to accommodate a national broadcast of “Crystal Darkness,” a 28-minute documentary exposing the frightening truth about meth in our community. Thereafter classes will shift to the conference rooms of the new Pittsburg County Health Department, 1400 E. College Ave., in McAlester.

Classes on anger management, domestic violence, nurturing children, and reuniting the family will be among the many offerings this year.

An additional 12-week course on postponing sexual involvement will also be provided through FOR-U this spring.

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