Madison County Resources
Here are some amazing websites you can visit! Check them out and see what wonderful things they have to offer! Check out the Calendar below for some events you may want to attend.
“In striving for public service excellence, the Madison County Public Library is a welcoming community center whose employees, resources, programs and services provide for the needs of our diverse community.”
“As a Head Start provider, the Council is dedicated to understanding and addressing the educational, social and economic needs of the families and communities it serves. The ultimate goal of all of the Council’s Head Start operations is to prepare children for future academic and life success.”
“Head Start is the national commitment to give every vulnerable child an opportunity to succeed.”
“The free resource center for healthy active living brought to you by Healthy LifeStars, a non-profit organization that is launching a generation of healthy kids through its innovative program, The LifeStar Challenge™”
“The animated series Peep and the Big Wide World gives wings to the innovative idea of teaching science and math to preschoolers.”
“This website can quickly become your go-to place for ways to explore and learn together in your home, your neighborhood and in our city. Because this is a community initiative, other families will be part of this adventure network too.”
“When you aren’t sure where to turn for help, United Way of the Bluegrass is here. United Way helps individuals and families through crisis, and along their journeys to emerge stronger and more secure for the future.”
“Vroom believes all parents want what’s best for their children. So we joined with scientists, researchers, and parents to take the science out of the lab and put it in the hands of caregivers.”
“Our hub is filled with Videos, playful learning activities, and way to help families stay physically and mentally healthy”
“We believe that the greatest teachers ignite a love of learning and a sense of possibility that motivates students to reach their full potential.”
The CCC’s mission is to serve as a visible community resource committed to offering access to affordable, quality care and education. We pledge to promote, expand, and enhance services that improve the quality of life for all children, families, and early care professionals in the Bluegrass.
““KRFDC embraces a philosophy of needs-based strategies and family-based services leading to family self-sufficiency and economic self-reliance in the community.”
“Our mission is to ensure all Appalachian students succeed, and we pursue it using four interconnected strategies: Lifting Educational Aspirations, Building Academic Skills, Connecting College and Career, and Engaging Families. To support these strategies, we braid services and align funding streams — leveraging $42.9 million each year — to optimize results for over 50,000 young people and their families.”