Family Resources

We have gathered a list of local resources that may be helpful to you and your family. Click here to download our Directory of Community Resources.


Sandhills Kids-  provides updated area information, events, news, shopping, registration deadlines, camps, museums, and a place for parents to share their collective voice.

Moore County Schools-  provides information about the district and its schools. Includes calendar, enrollment information, student accountability, testing, and code of conduct.

Moore Buddies- a non-profit organization focused on the success of Moore County families through mentoring youth, promoting leadership and empowering families through educational programs.

Communities in Schools of Moore County- helping students achieve in school, graduate and go on to bright futures.

Boys and Girls Club of the Sandhills- provides a safe place where young people can grow socially, scholastically and athletically. The Boys and Girls Clubs provides the positive influence needed by so many young people by offering a range of fun and productive activities.

Local Libraries: Southern Pines Public Library, Given Memorial Library, Sandhill Regional Library System 


North Carolina:

Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute- cultivate and share knowledge that enhances child development and family well-being.

NC Department of Health and Human Services -  provides services, hotlines, and fact sheets.


Public Schools of NC Office of Early Learning-  supports children's success in the early grades.


NC 4-H Youth Development - a program for a community of young people across America who are interested in learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.



CDC National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities - provides information on healthy development, milestones and screenings.


Child Care Services Association- ensuring affordable, accessible, high quality child care for all young children and their families.


Zero to Three- is a national, nonprofit organization that informs, trains, and supports professionals, policymakers, and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers.