The Family Resource Network

The mission of the Raleigh County FRN is to support families and communities to attain their highest possible quality of life.  We shall achieve this through unified community planning, coordinating, and evaluation resulting in positive changes in services delivery systems.

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Active SWV would like to welcome the new 2020 Community Captains. We are so thankful and honored each and every one of you decided to choose our organization as a way to give back to your community. It is because of generous folks like you that we are able to offer our free physical activity programs to the residents of southern West Virginia.

Active SWV hosted a virtual and in person training class for volunteers to become Community Captains. This weekends training included leadership, risk management, program dynamics, promotion, and communication. All of our new Community Captains learned skills to help them bring a successful program to their hometowns and communities. In partnership with the National Park Service the new Community Captains also received training in CPR/ First Aid, Leave No Trace, and park policy and procedures. This training gives our volunteers the opportunity to have programs in our beautiful New River Gorge and throughout Nicholas, Fayette, Raleigh, and Summers Counties. Read more at https://activeswv.org/community-captains-of-the-month-2020-training-class/.

Active SWV would like to welcome the new 2020 Community Captains. We are so thankful and honored each and every one of you decided to choose our organization as a way to give back to your community. It is because of generous folks like you that we are able to offer our free physical activity programs to the residents of southern West Virginia.

Active SWV hosted a virtual and in person training class for volunteers to become Community Captains. This weekend's training included leadership, risk management, program dynamics, promotion, and communication. All of our new Community Captains learned skills to help them bring a successful program to their hometowns and communities. In partnership with the National Park Service the new Community Captains also received training in CPR/ First Aid, Leave No Trace, and park policy and procedures. This training gives our volunteers the opportunity to have programs in our beautiful New River Gorge and throughout Nicholas, Fayette, Raleigh, and Summers Counties. Read more at activeswv.org/community-captains-of-the-month-2020-training-class/.
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We are excited to share our August Program Calendar as we continue in-person physical activity. We encourage you to join the facebook events for each activity and view the online calendar at www.activeswv.com/events for more details on safety protocols and required reservations for several activities.

We are excited to share our August Program Calendar as we continue in-person physical activity. We encourage you to join the facebook events for each activity and view the online calendar at www.activeswv.com/events for more details on safety protocols and required reservations for several activities. ... See MoreSee Less

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Are you offering stand up paddle boarding or is that done for the summer? Just curious 😌

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If you’ve felt irritable, down, or unmotivated, you may be experiencing compassion fatigue. If you look at your social media feed and feel stressed or exhausted afterwards, you might be experiencing compassion fatigue. Compassion Fatigue is not new. But during this time of global pandemic and social revolution, its affecting many more of us without us even realizing it.

Here we’ll explore compassion fatigue at the workplace, and at home. We’ll also take a closer look at why and how employers should be in tune to compassion fatigue in the workplace. Check out our interview with local expert, Merritt Moore for even more.
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