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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Affordability, Availability, Accessibility, Accommodation, Acceptability

These are the 5As to improving access to physical activity. You can improve your path to a successful active lifestyle by assessing the barriers you face on a daily level.

The 5 A’s to improving access were developed more than 20 years ago by Penchansky and Thomas (1981) who published an article titled “The Concept of Access: Definition and Relationship to Consumer Satisfaction.” These five topics are used to refer to the health care system but also relate to community health. The 5 A’s are interrelated and must all be considered when seeking to improve the overall access of a participant to a program. Read more at https://activeswv.org/the5as/.

Affordability, Availability, Accessibility, Accommodation, Acceptability

These are the 5A's to improving access to physical activity. You can improve your path to a successful active lifestyle by assessing the barriers you face on a daily level.

The 5 A’s to improving access were developed more than 20 years ago by Penchansky and Thomas (1981) who published an article titled “The Concept of Access: Definition and Relationship to Consumer Satisfaction.” These five topics are used to refer to the health care system but also relate to community health. The 5 A’s are interrelated and must all be considered when seeking to improve the overall access of a participant to a program. Read more at activeswv.org/the5as/.
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And the one P is pickle ball!

Favorite retired couple! Jo Harris

Where are you getting active this weekend?

🗺🌿Trail Resources: www.activeswv.org/resources2017/
🧘🏾‍♀️⛹🏼‍♂️Free Physical Activities: www.activeswv.com/events

Where are you getting active this weekend?

🗺🌿Trail Resources: www.activeswv.org/resources2017/
🧘🏾‍♀️⛹🏼‍♂️Free Physical Activities: www.activeswv.com/events
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4 days ago

We have some exciting wellness initiatives in the works at our Workplace Wellness Programs for 2020! Here’s a brief synopsis of some of the ideas that are going to become reality for workplaces and their employees. Initiatives include an onsite fitness facility, a community garden, bike desks, and trail planning and design. To read more about each initiative click here: https://activeswv.org/workplace-wellness-update/.

We have some exciting wellness initiatives in the works at our Workplace Wellness Programs for 2020! Here’s a brief synopsis of some of the ideas that are going to become reality for workplaces and their employees. Initiatives include an onsite fitness facility, a community garden, bike desks, and trail planning and design. To read more about each initiative click here: activeswv.org/workplace-wellness-update/. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Board of Directors

The Raleigh County FRN is managed by a board of directors. Meet our team.

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Resource Directory

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Initiatives

Read our Raleigh County Family Resource Network goals and initiatives.

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