About us...

The Brooke Hancock Family Resource Network (BHFRN) is dedicated to reinforcing community partnerships, establishing services where needed, and uncovering specific problems in the community while helping solve those problems. The BHFRN has a monthly meeting to network with community partners and representatives throughout Brooke and Hancock County on the first Tuesday of every month. Our meetings are at the BHFRN site at noon, with lunch provided. You can contact us at #304-748-7850

The Family Resource Center offers a variety of services, playgroups, support groups, after school tutoring, and homework help. They also have Parents as Teachers Program. Navigate to the left of our website, or call #304-914-4263 for more information.


ASAP & The Brooke Hancock Military and Veterans Committee can be reached at #304-748-7850.

The BHFRN has three committees that specialize in different community needs and meets at different times. We encourage you to browse our Website and call or E-mail us for more information. We hope to see you at one of our meetings! 

Our events

For more information on any of the events listed below in our calender, please feel free to call or contact us at our office #304-748-7850.

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Our Location

Brooke Hancock Family Resource Network / Weirton Family Resource Center

371 New York Blvd. Weirton, West Virginia

Contact us:

FRN #304-748-7850

Fax:  304-224-1267

371 New York Blvd. 

Weirton WV

Our Business Hours

Mon-Thu :

09:00 am - 06:00 pm

Friday's and evening's as needed. Closed on all state holidays.

Current weather

Thursday, 04/24/2014

  • Weirton
  • 37° F

©: AccuWeather

Helpful tips in information on talking to your kids about underage drinking. 

Table of Hope Started in Weirton

Click here for more information 

Public Service Announcement Survey.

Take our survey on our public service announcements. This way, we can get some feed back into what we need to do differently to get the word out there!



PSA Survey

Underage Drinking and Drug Abuse Surveys

These surveys are now available online and go a long way in helping ASAP develop substance abuse prevention efforts. Follow these links to take the surveys.

Underage Drinking

Prescription Drug Abuse 

Click here for information on how to talk to your kids about underage drinking

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