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Substance Abuse Coalition

Who We Are:
The Coalition was formed in December of 2004 in response to an upsurge in methamphetamine production and use in the county. Comprised of representatives from various service providers, law enforcement, non-profits, the recovery community, youth and community members, the Substance Abuse Coalition collaborates with various sectors of the county to help promote safe and drug free communities.

To learn more about the  Coalition, here.

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Personal Care Pantry

The Personal Care Pantry was established in 2017.

In 2018 a grant was received from the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation, the funding will allow the Pantry to assist more families and children.

Agencies, such as DHHR, Community Resources and the Senior Center, Family Crisis Intervention Center (to name a few), can make referrals to the FRN for their clients that are in need.

To learn more about the Personal Care Pantry, click here.

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Partners in Prevention

Partners in Prevention is a unique model of communities working together to strengthen families and help West Virginia’s children grow up free from abuse and neglect.

This model is based on the belief that child well-being hinges on the capacity of local communities to support families and protect children. This approach is built on a framework of collaboration between and among community groups, state and local organizations and local teams.

To learn more about what is being done on the state level, click here.

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FRN Board Meetings

The FRN Board meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 3pm.

Service providers and community members come together at this meeting to discuss the needs of the community and work together to find solutions for them.

Meeting dates for the remainder of 2019 are as follows:
September 10th, 2019
October 8th, 2019
November 12th, 2019
December 10th, 2019

If you are interested in attending a Board meeting, please contact the FRN office at 304-643-4187.

 

Donations

Would you like to make a donation to the FRN, but don't have a lot of funds yourself?  What if you could make a donation and it cost you nothing out of pocket?  What if it was as easy as doing something you already do?

The Ritchie County Family Resource Network has charitable accounts set up with Amazon Smile and Kroger Rewards.  All you need to do is pick us as your charitable organization and then just "shop".  That's it.  Monetary donations will then be paid to the FRN based on a percentage of the amount of your purchase.   These donations do NOT affect your shopping totals.  And, the donations are anonymous.

Click here to get set up on Amazon.

Click here to get set up on Kroger Rewards.

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