Family Resource Center

Emergency Financial Assistance

Aaron McNeil House

(270) 886-9734


Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services

(855) 306-8959


Pennyrile Allied Community Services

(270) 885-4959


Saint Peter and Paul Assistance

(270) 886-6027


Salvation Army

(270) 885-9633

Meal Assistance 

Aaron McNeil House

(270) 886-9734


Branch Outreach

(270) 305-1850


Elisha's Closet

(270) 640-6100


Faithful Servant Outreach Ministry

(270) 697-5150


Hopkinsville Family Support Food Stamp Office

(855) 306-8959


House of Prayer Christian County

1001 Dotsonville Road


Impact Food Ministries



Manna Cafe Ministries

(615) 568-5115


Micha Mission Center

(270) 704-9131



Health Assistance 

Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services

(931) 551-9200


Pennyrile Allied Community Services

(270) 885-4959


Saint Luke Free Clinic

(270) 889-9340


Housing Assistance 

Aaron McNeil House

(270) 886-9734


Community and Development Services 

(270) 887-4285


Housing Authority of Hopkinsville

(270) 887-4275


In God's Hands Ministry Housing Placement Program

(615) 894-2429


Pennyrile Area Development District (PADD)

(270) 886-9484


Salvation Army

(270) 885-9633

(270) 885-6006 (after hours)


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The purpose of the FRC is to assist in removing non cognitive barriers to learning for students. Non cognitive barriers include an array of basic needs in which some families have difficulty providing. The FRC collaborates and seeks assistance with community agencies in order to provide services needed for our families. Parental Involvement programs and activities are also co-sponsored by the FRC throughout the school year. You can help support our FRC by naming South Christian when you donate to Goodwill! 


Family Resource Director: Tara Toliver

Contact: (270) 887-7350


The Kentucky Family Resource and Youth Services Centers  (KY FRYSC) 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 who where at least 20 percent of the student population is eligible for free or reduced school meals may compete for FRYSC funding. Approximately, 55 percent of students enrolled in Kentucky’s public schools are eligible for free school meals.
FRYSCs are strengthened by community partnerships in their ability to provide vital programs, services and referrals to students and their families. These partnerships are critical in efforts on behalf of students to promote:

  • early learning and successful transition to school;
  • academic achievement and well-being; and
  • graduation and transition into adult life.

Each center offers a unique blend of programs and services to serve the special needs of their student and family client populations.  The goal of the FRYSCs is to meet the needs of all children and their families served by the centers as a means to enhance student academic success.


Christian County Connection has is a wealth of information on support services for families.