REACHH-Family Resource Center was founded in 1986 right here in Hinton, WV. We provide a comprehensive and coordinated arrray or needed services including: outreach, crisis intervention, advocacy, information, referrals and linkages, multi-disciplinary service planning, case management, counseling, group support, community education and children's recreational and educational programs. The staff and volunteers of REACHH-FRC will respond to problems of family and peer violence and abuse, juvenile delinquency and related issues. REACHH-FRC is a 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions and donations are tax deductible.
Lynne Larsen moved to West Virginia in 2012 from California. Lynne's career was conducted primarily within the Electric Power Research Institute in Palo Alto, Ca. in the Environment Division and at the corporate level in Accounting and Research Operations. She currently lives in Forest Hill with her husband and volunteers with several other non-profit organizations supporting the animals and children of Summers County.
Lesley Woodrum was born and raised in Hinton. She currently serves as the 4-H and Youth Development/Families and Health Extension Agent in Summers County through West Virginia University Extension Service.
Sarah Beasley, native West Virginian, works as Director of Retention at Concord University. Prior to Concord she worked as Director of Statewide Academic Initiatives at the WV Higher Education Policy Commission. Sarah lives in Princeton, WV with her husband, Tom, and daughter, Amelia.
Kimberly Cox is a school counselor at Summers County High School and Summers Middle School. She received her degree in elementary education from Concord University and she is currently attending the University of West Alabama online to obtain a Masters in school counseling.
Scott Inghram, MSW, LGSW has taught for Concord University as an Assistant Professor of Social Work since 2014 and has also engaged in macro/mezzo social work practice since 2005. Scott lives in Athens, WV with his wife and daughter.