The Family Focus Guide helps families and individuals, in and around the Fayetteville area, find resources in our community.
If you have a service-focused organization that serves families in the Fayetteville, Cumberland County area and would like to be listed, please email us at [email protected].
Teaches adults basic reading, writing, math, money management, problem solving, and employability readiness skills.
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is an early literacy program that mails age-appropriate books to registered children on a monthly basis. The books are mailed in the child's name in an effort to create a sense of excitement about getting new books. Children can receive the books from birth to their fifth birthday, regardless of family income. DPIL is often coordinated through a local nonprofit organization, such as a library. The sponsoring organization selects a geographic area to target for book distribution and raises the funds to cover the cost of the books. Parents can also register children online.
Reach Out and Read works through medical provider offices to promote early literacy and school readiness with the distribution of new books to children starting at the six-month checkup, and by talking with parents about the importance of reading aloud to their children. Reach Out and Read utilizes the relationship between parents and medical providers to encourage the development of critical early reading skills in young children.
Offers resource for county residents to fill their informational and recreational reading needs - comprehensive collection of books - magazines - audio - video - dvd - local newspapers - access to online databases - internet - word processing. Provides references via email and phone.
Pre-K, Elementary, Middle and High Schools in Cumberland County. Programs vary by school.
Provides remedial instruction to eligible learning-delayed, MR-documented adults 18 years of age or older. Included in the program are lessons in reading, mathematics, social sciences, and consumer education.
To encourage the love of reading and learning, the UWCC in collaboration with EMBARQ, launched DPIL in 2005. It is our goal that every preschool child in Cumberland County has his/her own library of books at home. Children registered in DPIL receive a free book at home every month by mail until his/her fifth birthday.
Provides charitable, educational, humanitarian, and social services to the residents of the Cumberland County and surrounding communities.
Volunteers work one-on-one teaching reading and writing skills to Cumberland County adults reading below a 6th grade level.
Assists adults who are not native English speakers in reading, writing, and speaking. Basic living and employability skills are taught. Students are placed in class levels with other students who have similar language needs.