Community Resources

St. Charles City and County Library District

Your local library provides a variety of materials for families.  Check out their website to see all of the activities and items that they have to offer.  

United Way 2-1-1 
Three-digit dialing from all landlines and some cell phones. 
A fast, free and confidential way to get help 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If your cell phone provider does not offer 2-1-1 call the center at (800) 427-4626. There are a hundred reasons to call. Here's just a short list of ways 2-1-1 can help:
-BASIC AND EMERGENCY NEEDS: Food pantries; shelters; rent and utility assistance
-WORK INITIATIVES: Educational and vocational training programs; English as a second language classes; job training; GED preparation; Financial and transportation assistance
-SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES: After-school programs; tutoring; mentoring programs; family resource centers; protective services; counseling; early childhood learning programs; child care referral centers; recreation

Community Resource Directory 
This is available in English and Spanish on the Community Council of St. Charles County's website.

Head Start 
Youth in Need serves families meeting federal income guidelines with children from birth to age five years.