Last Updated: 2/24/2020 1:17 AM

Erlanger/Elsmere Community Resource Guide--a link to school, local, and state agencies/services that may assist you and your family's educational and home situations...this is a fantastic collection of the many services available to families...Link to Erlanger Elsmere Resource Guide


FIRST STEPS  Provided by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, First Steps is a statewide early intervention system that provides services to children with developmental disabilities from birth to age 3 and their families. To see if you qualify for this early intervention program, please feel free to contact Lisa Connor or Barbara Sweeney, First Steps Coordinator, at 859-655-1195, and/or review the information at this link:


My There's more than one way to pre-K.  Search available options throughout Northern Kentucky.  All you need to do is enter your zip code to see what is available in your area.


Toddler School- Give your child an early start to a strong foundation for school success!  Join our FREE Toddler School.  Open to children ages 12-36 months.  Preschool staff will work with toddlers and their parents at Arnett Elementary School Early Childhood Center on Friday mornings from 9:00-10:00.  Sessions are for 10 weeks and will include activities in the areas of Language Skills, Motor Skills, Social Skills, Listening Skills, and Parent Engagement Activities. 


Kenton County Library--Erlanger Branch (859-962-4000)  Offering a variety of services including homework help, classes to build your technology skills, service learning projects and much more.  View monthly calendar updates by visiting their website 


Brighton Center     859-491-8303
Catholic Charities   859-581-8974
Counseling and Diagnostic Center 859-282-0119
North Key   859-331-3292
Kenton Co. Health Dept./WIC   859-431-3345
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) 800-772-1213
Kentucky Public Housing Authority 859-491-5311
Heroin Abuse Helpline 800-736-9805
Su Casa (Resources for Spanish Speaking Families)  513-761-1588



Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP)  Are you eligible for child care assistance?  This program helps families obtain access to quality child care by providing financial assistance.  To see if you qualify contact  or call 855-306-8959.


Child Development Associate  Are you interested in working in the early childhood education field?  Join our Child Development Associate Preparation Program and complete the coursework necessary to earn your CDA while working in a childcare center with coaching and support.  More information available here: CDA-Flyer  CDA- Program Information .

Living in a Temporary Housing Situation?

Erlanger/Elsmere Schools may be able to here for more information:
Families in Transition Help.