News: Cabell County FRN, organizations promoting child abuse prevention events, resources during April

Click here to for Electronic Press Kit FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, April 4, 2018 CONTACT: Debra Harris-Bowyer, Cabell County Family Resource Network Coordinator | P: 304.697.0255 | E: CONTACT: Kaylin R. Adkins-Staten, Hourglass Omnimedia | P: 304.900.2833 | E:

Child Abuse Prevention Month: April 4th, 2018 is the 35th Anniversary of the National Child Abuse Prevention Month Proclamation

Proclamation 5039—National Child Abuse Prevention Month, 1983 April 4, 1983By the President of the United States of America A ProclamationChild abuse and child neglect continue to threaten the lives and health of over a million of our Nation’s children. Their

PARENT ADVOCATE NEEDED: Think Babies campaign ZERO TO THREE announces “Strolling Thunder 2018” on May 8-> apply by March 2

Updated information February 22, 2018 Zero To Three is still working on identifying families to participate in Strolling Thunder, day of advocacy on Capitol Hill.  At this point, there are no family applications from West Virginia. Feel free to pass

EVENT: Year of the Child Feb. 28

(Click on picture to enlarge) Event brite link for more information and to register   CLICK to download PDF invitation Invitation- Year of the Child Feb 28  

Health Insurance Marketplace open Nov. 1, 2017 through Dec. 15, 2017

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 should note that the annual open enrollment for the Health Insurance

Operation Prevention: A Vital Conversation on the Opioid Epidemic for Your Students – register to view live Oct 25 at 1 pm

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