The Bureau for Behavioral Health has been tasked by the West Virginia Legislature to identify which prevention activities are being implemented throughout the state. As a result, the Bureau is asking that all community-based prevention organizations complete the following survey
Please help get this survey out to Foster, Kinship and Adoptive parents as well as agency providers and our collaborative partners to share with their parents. Hello: We have been invited to participate in a research project entitled “WV
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 http://www.cabellfrn.org/resources/quick-guide/ The material presented here is for your information
CLICK to download announcement WV Counts Census workshop Cabell Co 10-23-19 Please forward this information out to your network of contacts. CONTACT: For more info, contact Carey Jo Grace, WV Healthy Kids and Families Coalition, firstname.lastname@example.org
A generation of West Virginia’s kids is drowning in the devastating effects of the drug epidemic. Many have no permanent place to call home, no permanent person to call a parent, and no plan to get back on their feet.
Click below to download the flyer foster care awareness 9-16-19
September is Infant Safe Sleep Awareness Month! To help us celebrate, please take 2 minutes to complete a survey to help design our new campaign around infant safe sleep and smoke exposure. Please click on this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FZR9HCZ to complete
CLICK here to go to full listing 2019 Pathways to Summer Fun Guide FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, May 31, 2019 CONTACT: Debra Harris-Bowyer, Cabell County Family Resource Network Coordinator | P: 304.697.0255 | E: email@example.com CONTACT: Kaylin R.
Opioid Epidemic Impact on Children in Appalachia: Free Workshop at Ohio Southern REGISTRATION CLOSES FRIDAY, 5/25! Ohio University Southern is hosting a special workshop series for area workforce employees on the frontlines of the opioid epidemic and those
The Coordinating Council for Independent Living and West Virginia’s Choice is one of the largest and most experienced agency providing Case Management and Direct Care Services in the state of West Virginia. With 8 office locations throughout West Virginia, CCIL