Brooke – Hancock Counties

Contact:  Janna Gordon, Executive Director

Phone: 304-748-7850 Ext. 1016

Fax:  304-224-1267

Email: jgordon@brookehancockfrn.org

Weblinks: https://www.brookehancockfrn.

Facebook Link:  https://www.facebook.com/bhfrn

West Virginia Family Support Grant Link:  https://www.brookehancockfrn.org/family-community-support/

Resource Manual Online Link:  https://www.brookehancockfrn.org/community-resource-manual/

The following resources have been provided by CHANGE, Inc and include information on services available in Brooke and Hancock counties:

Emergency Services Guide

Food Resource Guide

Veteran Resource Guide

OUR MISSION:  …IS TO CREATE A NETWORK OF ADVOCATES COMMITTED TO THE DEVELOPING GRASSROOTS MOVEMENTS TO

MOBILIZE, ENGAGE, AND EMPOWER THE COMMUNITY FOR POSITIVE CHANGE.

BHFRN PROGRAMS, COALITIONS, & COMMITTEES

ASAP is dedicated to providing adults and youth with the support needed to take a stand against drugs, tobacco, and alcohol within the Brooke and Hancock communities. 

The coalition provides prevention programming through presentations, promotes a drug and alcohol free lifestyle among young people and adults,

and provides prevention information and outreach in the community.

Our Family Support Centers are a safe place for families to receive materials on their children’s development and parenting skills,

as well as receive information and referrals to other community agencies and services as needed.

Our FSC’s offers support and coordination of services to address the needs of the community.

Our Wellsburg Office::  1447 Main Street, 2nd Floor, Wellsburg, WV 26070-1487

Our Chester Office:  600 Indianan Ave. Room 306, Chester, WV 26034 

 

The WV Northern Panhandle Parents as Teachers (PAT) is an early childhood family support and parent education home-visiting model.

Families may enroll in Parents as Teachers beginning with pregnancy and may remain in the program until the child enters kindergarten.

 

BROOKE HANCOCK BACKPACK &RESOURCE FAIR

FREE SCHOOL SUPPLIES for

BROOKE & HANCOCK COUNTY K-12 STUDENTS

This committee meets to plan an annual event that brings a variety of resources and information to the community in one localized venue.

The Annual Brooke Hancock Backpack Fair is scheduled for the 1st Saturday in August, every year. 

This event is for the whole family with agencies from throughout the Northern Panhandle sharing their resources. 

Last year over 1200 individuals attended the event 1,000 book bags filled with school supplies were distributed to grades Pre-K through high school students.

 

 

 

 

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