EVENT: Cabell County FRN, organizations promoting child abuse prevention events, resources – show support April 5 on “Wear Blue Day”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, April 3, 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 Omnimedia P: 304.900.2833 | E: kaylin@hourglassomnimedia.com   Cabell County FRN, organizations promoting child

Cabell County Quick Guide version September 2018 available for 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 PDF of Cabell Co. Quick Guide Cabell Resource Quick Guide updated Sept 2018 Final PDF The

EVENT: Town hall meeting Stop the Spread of Hepatitis A July 19

    We want to hear from YOU!  Ask questions!  Give us your feedback!    If you are unable to attend: Watch LIVE on our Facebook page!- @CABELL.HEALTH.DEPT Tweet about the meeting and provide your input/feedback- @CABELL_HLTHDEPT A video of

SUMMER FUN: 2018 Pathways to Summer Fun resource guide is available

MEDIA RELEASE CONTACT: Debra Harris-Bowyer, Cabell County Family Resource Network Coordinator | P: 304.697.0255 | E: dbowyer@cabellfrn.org   CONTACT: Kaylin R. Adkins-Staten, Hourglass Omnimedia | P: 304.900.2833 | E: kaylin@hourglassomnimedia.com Pathways to Summer Fun resource listing outlines fun learning experiences

RESOURCE: Cabell FRN lists community resource links – Subscribe to in on Twitter

We’ve expanded our resource listings to Twitter! If you want real-time updates from some of your favorite community resources, you don’t want to miss out on this opportunity! Subscribe to the list here: https://twitter.com/CabellFrn/lists/community-resources. If you have a Twitter account for your

TRAINING: Bringing the Protective Factors to Life in Your Work – 2 sessions & Strong Roots & Good Soil: Your Work with Parents, Children and Protective Factors 1 session

Families gain what they need to be successful when five key protective factors are robust in their lives and communities. The Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) introduced the Strengthening Families Initiative and Protective Factors Framework™ as a