Blog: Brush, Book, Bed Campaign focus on Books – February 18, 2019

February 18, 2019 Here at the Cabell County Family Resource Network, we promote children’s dental health every day of the year. When we spread the word about dental homes, age-one dental visits and other key information, we communicate about the

RESOURCES: Brush, Book, Bed Resources Establish Healthy Routines for Children

                                           FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, Feb. 1, 2019 CONTACT: Debra Harris-Bowyer, Cabell County Family Resource Network Coordinator P: 304.697.0255 | E: dbowyer@cabellfrn.org   CONTACT: Kaylin R. Adkins-Staten, Hourglass Media P:

EVENT: Marshall Health, local dentists to provide free dental care for Tri-State children Feb. 22

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, Feb. 4, 2019 Contact: Sheanna M. Spence, Director of External Affairs, School of Medicine, 304-691-1639   Marshall Health, local dentists to provide free dental care for Tri-State children Feb. 22 Give Kids A Smile dental clinic

EVENT: Super Kids, Super Families, Super Saturday February 2nd

  CLICK to download exhibitor registration form SuperKids_Flier Exhibitor registration 2-2019 event announcement SuperKids_Flier 2-2019     Traditionally we have more than 400+ children + their caretakers at this free (Thank You to our sponsors) event, which is full of

TRAINING FOR PARENTS: Series of workshops in January

West Virginia Parent Training and Information  series of workshops   *************************** ***************************** ******************************* Click to download Basic Rights Navy Blue Family Photo Global Day of Parents Card Jan15Charleston   If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact

Health Insurance Marketplace open enrollment until Dec 15, 2018

  Plans and prices are now available on www.healthcare.gov.  There are many changes to 2019 plans.  We can assist consumers with questions or apply for coverage on the phone.  If needed, we can see them in person by appointment only. 

RESOURCE: WVABLE is a new federal program that allows individuals with disabilities to save up to $15,000 per year without losing Medicaid or SSI.

WVABLE is a new federal program that allows individuals with disabilities to save up to $15,000 per year without losing Medicaid or SSI.  The funds can be spent on any life expense for the person with the disability.  And, earnings