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Crossroads Family Resource Center

The Safety Net Alliance of Northern Kentucky is hosting their 5th Build a Dream Project.


Build a Dream volunteers will build and transport beds for 100 school age children (ages 3-18) in Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties.

This project is for children who currently do not have a bed.)

If you would like to apply for a bed please contact me (Kriste Swanson 859-448-2130) and I will submit an application on your behalf.

Application is online at http://tinyurl.com88n9g and is due by March 29, 5:00 PM

There is not a paper application this round.




Community Baby Shower! New and Expectant Moms are invited. March 20 11:00 am-1:00 pm.

Life Learning Center, Covington.

Call for questions or RSVP 859-816-8085.


GAP (Grandparents as Parents) Conference March 21 Lexington, KY.  All grandparents, relatives, kinship caregivers are invited to attend. Visit www.gapofky.org


Campbell County Schools  "Spring Fling" April 20, 9:00 am-11:30 am at Crossroads. Hippity, Hoppity Kindergarten is on it's way!


Did you Know?  The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden offers discounted general admission ticket prices and a reduced Family Standard Membership price?  Just show your valid SNAP card and photo ID.




Campbell County School's Family Resource Centers and Families in Transition Center

is taking registrations for the ABC's of Parenting Program.


This program is for parents/caregivers and their children who are in grades K-3.  Children are in a separate froup from parents but learn in fun ways the same topics: appropriate expectations, self-worth, empathy, needs, self-esteem, positive and negative labels, family morals, values, rules and helping children with their behavior.


Wednesdays, Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27 and March 6 at the Alexandria Educational Center (next to the Board of Education building)


6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, snacks provided


To register look for the flyer to come home with your student or contact the FRC Coordinator at your school.




Relatives Raising Relatives Luncheons


Jan. 18, Feb. 15, March 8, April 12, May 17, 2019


Kenton County Library Erlanger Branch

401 Kenton Lands Rd.

Erlanger, KY  41018

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm




Please pre-register for each even by calling 859-356-3155




STARTING JANUARY 29      S.P.A.R.K     Sparking Power and Resiliency in Kids


S.P.A.R.K is a 12-week program serving children ages 4-18 who have experienced trauma.

For additional information please contact Kristie Kelly or Sarah Johnson at 859-525-3200.  www.familynurture.org




Applications are being accepted for the Brighton Center "build a dream"  (bed) program. Visit https://tinyurl.com/y7ozqg4c or call Kriste at the Family Resource Center 859-448-2130 for a paper application.

(Applications accepted through October 24.)




Crossroads is once again the host site for Bornlearning, a district wide, early learning series for families with children age birth to five.  The six sessions begin Thursday August 30 and are the following five Thursdays through Oct. 4, 6:30-7:30 PM. A free dinner (6:00 -6:20 PM is provided (reservations required) and childcare is provided. Caregivers will learn about child/brain development and easy fun activities to do at home.

Contact Kriste Swanson, FRC Coordinator, at 859-448-2130.





We helped over 130 students with school supplies on these nights!

Back to School Supplies 2018-2019    

Crossroads Family Resource Center will be helping with student supply needs and parent resources during open houses and the beginning of school.  The FRC stocks basic school supplies and some items on the class lists may still need to be purchased.


Crossroads will be helping our Crossroads students (K-5, should be accompanied by a parent) with school supplies (including backpacks) in the Crossroads gym on the following days:

Wednesday, August 8th 5-7

Thursday, August 9th 5:30 – 7:30

Monday, August 13th 5 -7


The mission of the Family Resource and Youth Services Center of Kentucky is to enhance students' abilities to succeed in school by developing and sustaining partnerships that promote:

*Early learning and successful transition into school;

* Academic achievement and well-being; and

*Graduation and transition into adult life.


Weekend Food Backpack Program

The Campbell County Family Resource Center (FRC) works with First Baptist Church, Cold Spring, to provide and distribute food for the weekend to students whose families are in need.  Every student will receive, in their enrollment paperwork, a half sheet describing the program and directing interested parents/guardians to call the FRC Coordinator, Kriste Swanson, 859.448. 2130.