Family Resources

Connecting You to Community Services

Knowing where to go when your family is in need

4-C is part of a connected community to help bring you the services you need. Whether you are looking for housing, job opportunities, child care assistance, financial help, have questions about your child's development or need ideas on what to do at home to play with and connect to your child, we can help.

Community Resources


211 assistance services is help where you need it. Either dial 211 on your phone or go to the website to locate services on many basic needs such as health, education, employment, legal needs, and other community services.

Ages and Stages Questionnaire

This free child development screening tool is designed for parents to monitor a child's early development and make sure they are on track. You will receive questionnaires about different areas of your child's development for you to answer.

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a book gifting program that mails free, high-quality books to children from birth to age five, no matter their family’s income. Already available in many locations, The Imagination Library will soon be available to all children under five in Kentucky. Click the link to see if the program is available in your area, and be sure to check back often as it expands across the state.

knect benefits

kynect is the Kentucky portal for public benefits and information. Check eligibility and apply for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Kentucky Transitional Assistance Program (KTAP), Medicaid, and Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP).

Louie Connect is designed to be a mobile friendly portal to connect families in need to free resources and services in our area. On it you will find what the organization offers, where they are located, when they are open, and any requirements to receive help.

Louisville Growing Readers

The new Louisville Growing Readers program provides free access to more than 400 books narrated in 40+ languages through Louisville’s digital library. The books focus on critical emergent reader skills to support children more effectively at the foundational level.

My Big Little Adventure

Building on the natural curiosity, deep passion, and busy habits of young children, My Big Little Adventure offers a multitude of activities that can be done in your own backyard, house, or community and are designed especially for children ages 0-5 and their families and caregivers.