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530 Richpond Road
Bowling Green, KY 42104
SCHOOL FAX: 270.846.3041
- Healthy Baby Workshop
DATE: Tuesday, October 18th
DATE: Wednesday, October 19th
LOCATION: Warren County Health Department
1109 State Street Bowling Green, KY
May attend one time each pregnancy.
Must attend the entire two hour class to be eligible for the gift card.
No pre-registration required.
For more information, contact Adriane Thiery at 270-901-5000 ext.1114
- HEALTHY BABY WORKSHOP
WHEN: Tuesday, Sept. 6th
TIME: 3:00 - 5:00pm
LOCATION: Medical Center Education Room 2
250 Park Street
- HEALTHY BABY WORKSHOP
Date: Wednesday, August 10th
Location: Medical Center Education Room 2
250 Park Street
Date: Tuesday, August 23rd
Location: Warren County Health Dept.
1109 State Street
$20 GIFT CARD TO ALL PREGNANT WOMEN
- May attend one time each pregnancy
- Must attend entire 2 hour class
- No pre-registration required
- KICKS4KIDS FREE SHOE GIVEAWAY
Lifehouse Church on 1900 Old Louisville Road will be giving away free, new shoes on a first-come, first-serve basis on Saturday, August 13th from 9:00am to 1:00pm.
- The Ophelia Project
The “It Has a Name: Relational Aggression” curriculum guides girls from Kindergarten through High School to develop positive strategies for identifying and mediating peer aggression. Other topics include normative beliefs, gender expectations, friendship, leadership, and cyberbullying.
- Governor's Office of Early Childhood
In Kentucky, families, schools, communities and the Commonwealth work together to assure children possess the foundation to succeed in school.Families, early care and education providers, school staff and community partners must work together to provide environments and developmental experiences that promote growth and learning to ensure that all children in Kentucky enter school eager and excited to learn.?
- O*NET Online
O*NET is a tool for career exploration and job analysis. O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more.
- Child Care Assistance Program
The Child Care Council of Kentucky, Inc. (CCC) was incorporated in 1984 in Lexington, KY. The CCC has long been referred to as the local hub for child care in Central Kentucky. The CCC's mission is to serve as a visible community resource committed to offering access to affordable, quality care and education.
- Family Enrichment Center
Family Enrichment Center’s mission is to empower families and prevent child abuse. Family Enrichment Center needs your support to make life safer for children in our region by offering parenting classes, parenting support groups, private visitations, adoption resource program, and many other services.
The Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) is a public corporation and governmental agency and instrumentality of the Commonwealth established in 1966 to improve students' access to higher education. To that end, KHEAA administers several financial aid programs and disseminates information about higher education opportunities.
The Kentucky Children's Health Insurance Program (KCHIP) is free or low-cost health insurance for children. KCHIP is for children younger than 19 who do not have health insurance and whose family income is less than 200 percent of the federal poverty level. For example, a family of four can earn up to $46,100 a year and qualify for KCHIP.
- Barren River District Health Department
The Barren River District Health Department serves the residents and visitors of Barren, Butler, Edmonson, Hart, Logan, Metcalfe, Simpson and Warren Counties of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Grandparents.com connects and inspires today's families. This website strengthens the ties between family members, promoting well-being, and giving timely information and expert advice on what really matters to grandparents, from health and money, to education and retirement.
- Hope House Ministries
Hope House is located at 112 W10th Avenue in Bowling Green, KY. We are open to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 AM to 5 PM. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 270.904.1200.
- WIC Program
WIC is a federally-funded health and nutrition program for women, infants, and children. WIC helps families by providing checks for buying healthy supplemental foods from WIC-authorized vendors, nutrition education, and help finding healthcare and other community services. Participants must meet income guidelines and be pregnant women, new mothers, infants or children under age five.
- Family WatchDog
Family Watchdog is a free service to help locate registered sex offenders in your area. We encourage you to use our site to help educate your family on possible dangers in areas they visit. Also, please sign up for our free notifications to keep update with offenders that move in/out of your area.
- HANDS Program
The Health Access Nurturing Development Services (HANDS) program is a voluntary home visitation program for new and expectant parents. Families begin by meeting with a HANDS Parent Visitor who will discuss any questions or concerns about pregnancy or a baby's first years. Based on the discussion, all families will receive information and learn about resources available in the community for new parents. Some families will receive further support through home visitation.
- HANDS INC.
HANDS is a community based organization whose mission is to create affordable housing opportunities for low to moderate income families and to revitalize neighborhoods.
- Community Education
Community Education provides before and after-school programs for about 1,000 children and youth on school days during the academic year and for as many as 300-plus students at all-day programs offered during school breaks. They also offer
enrichment classes for adults that cover a variety of subjects including fine arts (art, dance and music), crafts, cooking, computer, finance, fitness, foreign language, history, recreation, sewing, sports, occasional online classes and more.
The Kentucky Family Resource and Youth Services Centers were established as a component of the historic Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA) of 1990. The mission of these school-based centers is to help academically at-risk students succeed in school by helping to minimize or eliminate noncognitive barriers to learning.
Schools where at least 20 percent of the student population is eligible for free or reduced school meals may compete for FRYSC funding. Approximately, 51 percent of students enrolled in Kentucky’s public schools are eligible for free school meals.