NEXT FRN Network meeting Luncheon November 28, 11 am – 12:30 pm, at Cabell Huntington Health Dept. Topics: Year in review, Ideas for 2018, Agency news Reservations are required for lunch and the cost is $10 – payable by check
The newest version of the Cabell County Quick Guide is available in PDF form to download. This is a quick at-a-glance phone list to many of the organizations that serve the Cabell County area. CLICK ON LINK to download a
What is an Family Resource Network (FRN)? The West Virginia Family Resource Networks are organizations that respond to the needs and opportunities of the community. Partnering with community members and public and private organizations, the WVFRN.org members develop innovative projects and provide needed resources
Cabell County FRN Coordinator Debra Harris Bowyer and Gina Sharps, one of Marshall University’s School of Medicine’s Oral Health Coordinators, spoke on WSAZ NewsChannel 3’s “Moms Everyday” about the importance of your child’s dental health. See the Frequently Asked Questions
We’re focused on showcasing good beginnings for our children. Support #GoodBeginnings by using this Twibbon on your Facebook profile photo! http://ow.ly/RHk130aY311 –
Regional Health Connect Tuesday, November 28th 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM at the Cabell-Huntington Health Department Cabell County Key Indicators ‘At a Glance’ The purpose of this meeting is to review the Cabell County ‘Key Indicators At a
Mark your calendars to attend the November 28th Regional Health Connect to: Review Key Indicators ‘At a Glance’–created based on your recommendations Select appropriate indicators for each Cabell County ‘Healthy Vision 2020’ Community Health Improvement Plan workgroup priorities-COPD, Diabetes, Mental
Bureau for Behavioral Health and Health Facilities November 1, 2017 West Virginians who need to enroll, re-enroll or switch health insurance plans through the Health Insurance Marketplace at www.healthcare.gov should note that the annual open enrollment for the Health Insurance
Share a story with a child on November 16! Sign up for Read to Me Day Plan to be part of Read to Me Day, November 16. We make it easy. Just go to the link below and complete your
Hard to believe that it’s time to think about Empty Stockings again, and to be getting the stories ready for the Herald Dispatch. But it’s that time, indeed! I have retired, but have volunteered to do Empty Stockings this year.
Do you have room for one more on your holiday list this year? The MODIFY Program with West Virginia University Center for Excellence in Disabilities (WVU CED) is accepting donations for holiday gifts to be given to youth ages 17-23
On October 28, 2017 the National Prescription Drug Take Back will take place. This is an event that allows the public to dispose of any unwanted or non-needed medications that they have accumulated. The event will be held from 10
The Cabell Co. Substance Abuse Prevention (CCSAPP) Youth Leaders were filmed a few weeks ago discussing what they have been doing to reduce/prevent substance abuse within their own schools and beyond. We hope EVERYONE can tune in to watch and
Safe at Home Continues to Help Children and Families By Lisa McMullen, Project Director, Safe at Home West Virginia In the two years since Safe at Home was launched, 1,120 youth have been referred to the innovative program for services.