In care of: Marshall County FRN
1501 Second Street
Moundsville, WV 26041
Contact: Abbie Wallace
To access Resource Guide: Monongalia County Resource Guide 2022
To access Monongalia County Overview: United Way FRN
Encouraging and empowering our local community through parent leadership, community awareness, capacity building, and cooperative planning to create resilient and sustainable families in Monongalia County.
The UWFRN is an organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for Monongalia County’s children and families. The UWFRN encourages and empowers the local community through parent leadership, community awareness, capacity building and cooperative planning to create resilient and sustainable families. The FRN represents an important partnership between state governments and local communities to identify needs and develop a plan to meet them.
UWFRN serves as a primary coordinating and planning body for Monongalia County’s community service system. Rather than providing direct services, the UWFRN performs several important roles impacting children and families:
UWFRN is continually developing collaborative relationships to ensure that Monongalia County children and families meet the following goals: to achieve and maintain good physical and mental health, to be ready to succeed in school, to possess marketable skills and have access to good jobs, to have adequate resources to protect, nurture, educate and support themselves, to live in permanent and stable homes, and to be safe in their home and community.
West Virginia Alliance of Family Resource Networks - AFRN
In care of: Marshall County FRN, 1501 Second Street, Moundsville, WV 26041 | 304-845-3300
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