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Community Health Resource Guide.

Purchase Area Health Connections is committed to helping our community connect to resources available to them. Provided on this site is a list of all community services available to residents in Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, Marshall, and McCracken County.

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  • The Little Group

    Information about lightning and storm safety.


  • Idols Aside Ministries

    A program that offers outdoor and hunting retreats for at risk and fatherless youth. These retreats are held at the Idols Aside Lodge in Central Florida as well as partner properties in Western Kentucky and are an effective way to share the love of a Heavenly Father who longs to know and have a relationship with them. SWF (Sons Without Fathers) was started in 2009 as a program run by IAM Staff and Volunteers and continues to be a powerful tool God is using to reach many fatherless youth. It has now become a pilot model for the body of Christ to use within the local church but can be administered well outside the bounds of sports or outdoor events. IAM is called to use these two specific avenues, but the options are limitless as to what can be used to do as James 1:27 commands us to do “Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction…”!


  • Midtown Alliance of Neighbors

    Fountain Avenue Neighborhood Homebuyer: The Fountain Avenue Neighborhood Homebuyer program is intended to provide affordable, good quality housing for low to moderate income families as specified by HUD (the department of Housing and Urban Development). In the application you will find the programs qualifications as well as the information that must be provided to the Midtown Alliance of Neighbors.


  • Job Corps

    Job Corps is a no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 to 24 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training. Students can earn a high school diploma or the equivalent, or college credits through Job Corps. We offer career technical training in more than 100 career areas. Students receive housing/dormitories, nutritious meal options, basic medical care, a living allowance, and career training all at no cost. After graduation, a career transition specialist will help your student make the transition from Job Corps into the real world.


  • Always In Our Hearts

    Ministry and support group for pregnancy and infant loss. Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:15pm. Please email alwaysinourheartsky@gmail.com with any questions.


  • Bring Home the Library

    High-speed home internet from comcast for 9.95 plus tax. Based on eligibilty requirements and you must apply. No credit check, No term contact, WiFi router included, no installation fee. If you receive Internet Essentials you can be elgible for a low cost computer which includes Micrsoft Office and Norton Security Suite. Free internet training.


  • Protect My Kentucky Home

    Offers assistance and education to homeowners.


  • National Safety Council

    The National Safety Council eliminates preventable deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy. Current iniatives Workplace safety, Distracted driving, Teen driving, Prescription drug abuse, Safe Communities, Fatigue.


  • The Recovery Village

    The Recovery Village offers comprehensive treatment for dual diagnosis based drug and alcohol rehab, eating disorder and mental health treatments tailored to our client’s specific needs. At The Recovery Village, we understand addiction. Our fully trained staff will guide clients and family to the goal of complete rehabilitation.


  • RX Hope

    A helping hand to people in need in obtaining critical medications that they would normally have trouble affording. We act as your advocate in making the patient assistance program journey easier and faster by supplying vital information and help.


  • Rx Assist, Patient Assistance Program Center

    Find information about free and low cost medicine programs and other ways to manage your medication costs.


  • Mission Behind Bars and Beyond

    Reentry Services


  • Bluegrass Reentry Council Chrysalis House

    Reentry Services


  • National Network to End Domestic Violence

    Domestic Violence Help, Advocacy, Information, Crisis Information


  • National Domestic Violence Hotline

    Domestic Violence Help, Advocacy, Information, Crisis Information


  • Open Hearts Food Pantry, Calvert City United Methodist Church

    Open the Third Monday of each month in Fellowship Hall from 5-6:30 p.m. (Go to back of church under canopy and watch for sign)


  • HELPING HANDS FOOD PANTRY, FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

    Food Pantry Open Tuesdays from 4-6 p.m.


  • FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

    Food Assistance by Appointment Only


  • Four Rivers Behavioral Health

    Behavioral Health Counseling Services: Adult Services; Children’s Services; Medical Services; Substance Abuse; Testing & Assessment; Case Management Services; Supported Employment; Behavior Support: Intellectual or Developmental Disability Respite Care: Intellectual or Developmental Disability; In-Home Supports; Outreach and Education; IMPACT; Crisis Services; Day Training Program; Consumer Operated Services; Housing Supports; Medicaid Waiver Programs; First Steps; Assertive Community; KY-Moms Maternal Assistance Toward Recovery; Consultation and Education; Employee Assistance Programs; Court Services; Hospital Services


  • MC Arts Commission

    Insure the inclusion of the cultural heritage of the arts in Marshall County, aid in providing venue opportunities for arts presentations by and for the citizens of Marshall County and assist in securing financial support for these provisions. The Commission seeks to serve as a catalyst for the development of an appreciation for the arts as a whole and all the disciplines therein.


  • BLOODRIVER BAPTIST ASSOCIATION

    Food pantry open on MONDAYS AND THURSDAY ONLY – 2-5 p.m. MUST BRING PROOF OF Income, Address, Driver’s License or picture I.D., Social Security Number and Food Stamp Verification.


  • Lakeview Missionary Baptist

    Clothing Assistance


  • Calvert City Library

    Our @Calvert City branch is located across from the Food Giant on 5th Avenue. Just minutes away from Kentucky Lake, we invite locals and tourists alike to come take advantage of the many services and programs we offer, including internet-access computers and Wi-Fi. Our building opened in November 2006, and you can find “something for everyone” here. Books, DVDs, audiobooks, magazines, newspapers, computers, fax service, and a self-serve copier are among the many services we offer the community. There are year-round programs for children and young people. 


  • Curves

    Coaching, strength training, Female orientated. Cardio, Boxing, Body Basics, Balance.


  • Waste Path Services

    Trash pick up service and commercial and retailer dumpster service.


  • Gamble’s Recycling

    Recycling center in Marshall County, KY.


  • Greyhound Bus Line

    Bus station located in Paducah, KY.


  • AACS/GRITS

    Non-emergency Medical Transportation is for Medicaid members who do not have access to free transportation that suits their medical needs and need to be transported to a Medicaid covered service. TTY:1-844-575-4590


  • West Kentucky Community & Technical College

    Community college located in Paducah, KY.


  • Murray State University Paducah

    Regional campus for Murray State University.


  • MC Technical Center

    Educational programs for adolescents and adults such as the Adult Agriculture Program


  • University of Kentucky Dental Clinic

    Dental clinic located in the Marshall County Health Department.


  • Lake Way Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

    Skilled Nursing Services 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, Social Services, Registered Dietitian Services, Respite Care, Post-Surgical Care, Wound Care and Management, Restorative Nursing Care, Respiratory Care, Pain Management, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Diabetic Management and Care, Stroke Care and Rehabilitation, Hospice Services, Registered Pharmacist Medication Assessment and Monitoring, Clinical Nurse Assessment, Implementation of Care Strategies, and Monitoring of Outcomes of Care IV Medications, IV Fluids, Parenteral Nutrition, Laboratory monitoring, X-Rays,


  • Land Between the Lakes National Recreation

    Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area manages over 170,000 acres of forests, wetlands, and open lands on a peninsula between Kentucky and Barkley lakes in Western Kentucky and Tennessee. The family friendly recreation area offers one of the largest blocks of undeveloped forest in the eastern United States. Facilities include trails, campgrounds, elk and bison prairie, planetarium, nature station, and fishing.


  • KY Dam Village State Resort Park Golf

    The golf course is a championship style par 72 designed by notable course architect Perry Maxwell.


  • Kenlake State Resort Park Archery Course / Tennis Court

    Archery: The course, designed with assistance from champion archer Jennie Richardson, has a paved path. It includes 30 realistic animal targets at varying distances for all skill levels. Tennis: a year-round sport at Kenlake! The indoor tennis center features four indoor courts, locker room facilities, and lounge/viewing area. Four lighted outdoor courts are adjacent to the tennis center.


  • Clark’s River National Wildlife Refuge

    Established to protect a diminished habitat type, bottomland hardwood forest, and support migratory birds, Clarks River National Wildlife Refuge is the only refuge solely within the state of Kentucky.


  • Calvert City Country Club

    Golf and Country Club located in Calvert City, KY.


  • Calvert City Parks

    Parks department in Calvert City, KY. Includes Memorial park which features an amphitheater. Doctor’s Memorial park which is a sports park. Old park, playground, civic center, and cemetery.


  • Purchase Youth Village

    Residential mental health treatment program for children and adolescence.


  • Lourdes Homecare

    Lourdes HomeCare is a skilled team of healthcare professionals. Home Health Care Services Offered: Blood draws, Catheter care, Checking blood pressure and vital signs, Congestive heart failure management, COPD, Diabetes education, Disease management, Home health aides and social workers, Home Medical Equipment (HME), Infusion/intravenous therapies, IV treatment, Medication teaching, Occupational therapy to increase daily activity, Personal care, bathing and dressing, Physical assessment, Physical therapy to increase strength and mobility, Respiratory services, Skilled nursing, Speech therapy to improve the ability to communicate, Telehealth monitoring, Wound care, and more. Serves illinois counties: Johnson, Pope, Massac. Kentucky counties: Ballard, Carlisle, Graves, Marshall, McCracken, Livingston.


  • Benton Golf & Country Club

    Golf and County Club located in Benton, KY.


  • Benton City Pool (seasonal)

    Public swimming pool in Benton, Kentucky


  • Benton City Parks

    H.H. Lovett Park, Joe Creason Building


  • Heart USA

    A community-based drug prescription program. This program is partially funded by the KY Dept for Public Health and private donations from individuals. This program is FREE to all clients needing access to medications, but are unable to afford them.


  • Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline

    Helpline, information


  • Regional Prevention Center Four rivers Behavioral Health

    Community Development, Consultation, Early Intervention Services, Public Information, Training and Education, DUI Services.


  • Regional Homecare Purchase Parkway

    Provides community-based healthcare and support services for patients with an acute illness, long-term medical condition or permanent disability.


  • Purchase Area Health Education Center

    The AHEC system is comprised of a regional, state, and national network designed to carry out the overarching mission for developing, promoting and sustaining the healthcare workforce in rural areas by Connecting Students to Careers, Professionals to Communities and Communities to Better Health.


  • Marshall County Health Coalition

    Health coalition working towards improving the overall health of Marshall County through outreach and education. Subcommittees include communications, ASAP, obesity, mental health, access to care, and health fair.


  • Baptist Lifeline

    Lifeline alert service: the in-home communication box and the help button on either a necklace or bracelet; area includes Paducah, Mayfield, Murray, Fulton, Hickman, Wickcliffe, Benton, Smithland, Eddyville


  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

    The world’s largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer. The LLS mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS funds lifesaving blood cancer research around the world and provides free information and support services.


  • Kidney Foundation

    Leading organization in the U.S. dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease for hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals, millions of patients and their families, and tens of millions of Americans at risk.


  • KY Dental Association

    Advocate for dentistry in the Commonwealth, Serve and support the needs and success of members, Promote oral health through community service and public relations, Lead the profession through association excellence within the ADA tri-partite


  • Eye Care America & Lions Eye Health

    EyeCare America provides eye care to US citizens and legal residents through volunteer ophthalmologists (Eye M.D.s) at no cost to those who qualify. Provides referrals for seniors (age 65 or over) who do not have an ophthalmologist. Callers who meet the eligibility requirements are mailed the name of an ophthalmologist participating near their home. Participating doctors provide medical eye exams and treatment for conditions or diseases, if necessary. Qualified callers receive treatment at no expense for the doctor’s services. Eyeglasses, prescriptions, hospital services and other medical services are not covered under the program. Doctors accept insurance reimbursement as payment in full. Literature pertaining to eye diseases and medical procedures is available by mail.


  • Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

    A non-profit organization in the United States established to provide the means to cure and control cystic fibrosis; disaster and emergency preparedness; Insurance Assistance Services


  • Baptist Health Stork Line Info & Classes

    Helpline, information


  • Baptist Homecare

    The western Kentucky service area consists of Graves, Hickman, Marshall, Calloway, McCracken, and Trigg counties. Cancer Care Home Services, Diabetes Home Services, Home Infusion Therapy, Heart Home Care Services, Home Health Nursing Services, LIFELINE home response, Telehealth Home Services, Therapy and Rehabilitation


  • Lourdes Hospital

    General hospital in Paducah, KY. Emergency room, Behavioral and Mental Health, Ear, Nose and Throat; Gastroenterology Care, Heart Care and Cardiology, Home Care, Hospice, Lab Services, Lung and Respiratory Care, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, Pain Medicine, Pediatrics, Primary Care and Family Medicine, Radiology, Rehabilitation and Therapy, Sleep Center, Surgery, Urology Care, OB/GYN, Wound Care, and Vascular Care.  


  • Baptist Health Line (local nurse answers 24/7)

    Helps you make appropriate healthcare decisions, such as determining when a visit to the emergency room or a call to your family doctor is necessary. Educates you about prevention and other general health topics. Registers you for classes and events at the hospital.


  • Atlas Physical Therapy

    Physical Therapy, Industrial Rehabilitation, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Aquatic Therapy, Pediatrics, Sports Medicine, Vestibular, AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill®, Parkinson’s BIG Program, ASTYM, Neuro Rehab.


  • At Home Medical

    Sells mobility equipment, respiratory equipment, diabetic products, lift chairs, hospital beds, orthodics


  • Aging and Disability Resource Center

    Aging and Disability Resource Market, Elder Abuse Prevention Awareness, Family Caregiver Support Program, Kentucky Caregiver Support Program, Long-Term Care Ombudsman Services, Senior Community Services Employment Program, State Health Insurance Program, Kentucky Homecare Program, Consumer-Directed Options


  • AIDS Information Service

    Offering information on HIV/aids treatment, prevention, and research


  • Child Protective Services

    Provides consultation and state program guidance for child protective services cases. Central office staff helps develop standards of practice for inclusion in the state manual and provides real-time guidance to cases as required by field personnel.


  • Office of Information Technology

    Provides enterprise technology solutions that support the goals and objectives of the Marshall County Fiscal Court; Geographic Information Systems; Floodplain Management and Permits


  • West Kentucky Staffing

    A full service human resource company specializing in temporary and career staffing with an emphasis on providing excellent customer service.


  • Perma Staff / People Lease

    PEO, ASO, Payroll Processing, Pay as you go Workers, Compensation, Tax Filings, ACA Administration, Temporary Placement, Benefit Administration, W2s, Child Supports & Garnishments, Direct Deposit, Employee & Client Portal


  • Kentucky Lake Economic Development

    To retain, expand, and attract quality worldwide manufacturing, distribution, and service industries to our community.


  • Alcohol Beverage Control

    City, county, state Licensing, server training


  • Marshall County Parks Department

    Provide an environment conducive to leisure activities, recreational opportunities for total family enjoyment, unique trails for walking enthusiasts, and facilities that are clean, safe, and well maintained, all of which meet or exceed the expectations of the community and the Fiscal Court. Marshall County is home to Mike Miller County Park and several day use parks.


  • Heartland Cares Foundation

    Provides disaster relief and/or emergency hardship assistance to employees of Heartland Payment Systems and their immediate dependents (which may include individuals with a significant relationship to such employees) who experience a qualifying financial hardship for reasons beyond their control, and as a result are in need of immediate assistance.


  • Tobacco Quit Line

    Offers one-on-one proactive counseling for tobacco users who are ready to quit using tobacco products.


  • Social Security Office

    Provide free interpreter services to help you conduct your Social Security business. These interpreter services are available whether you talk to us by phone or in the Social Security office.


  • River Valley Behavioral Health

    Assertive Community Treatment, Case Management, Chemical and, Substance Abuse, Hager Therapeutic Preschool, HUD Program, IMPACT Program, In-Home Family Therapy, Outpatient Services, Inpatient, Services/Children & Adolescents, Crisis Line, Therapeutic Child Support Services, Therapeutic Rehabilitation Program, Partial Hospitalization Program, Point of Entry (POE) Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities (PRTF), Therapeutic Foster Care.


  • Purchase District Home Health

    Adult care facilities


  • Consumer Hotline

    The KCPA protects Kentucky’s citizens from unfair, false, misleading or deceptive acts or practices in trade or commerce.


  • Public Service Commission

    Commission has regulatory responsibility: Rate increase or reduction, Expansion or reduction of utility service boundaries, Construction and operation of utility facilities, Meter accuracy, Operating conditions of a utility, Management audits, Valuation of utility property, Natural gas and coal purchasing practices, Issuance or assumption of securities by a utility, Consumer complaints, Compliance with service and safety regulations


  • U.S. Marshal’s Service

    Regional Fugitive Task Force


  • Legal Help Line (Seniors & Disabled)

    The mission of Kentucky Legal Aid is to assist and enable low income families, elderly, disabled and other vulnerable individuals in South Central and Western Kentucky to resolve legal problems that are barriers to self sufficiency, and to provide these individuals an opportunity for an improved quality of life.


  • KY Patient Access and Care System(KenPAC)

    Medicaid case management, Primary Care Provider Program


  • Lourdes Hospice

    Lourdes Hospice and Palliative Care is dedicated to supporting patients and their families throughout life during times of transition, illness, death and grief. Hospice believes that everyone has the right to the best care possible, including relief of pain, and other symptoms. Palliative Care services are available for those who are not in need of hospice care but who do have incurable and progressive diseases. Palliative care addresses the symptomsof a disease regardless of life expectancy, while hospice care addresses those symptoms when the patients life expectancy can be thought of in months rather than years. Both Palliative and Hospice Care involves a team-oriented approach to expert medical care, pain and symptom management, emotional and spiritual support expressly tailored to the patient’s needs and wishes. Support is also available to the patient’s loved ones. Illinois counties: Johnson, Massac, Pope. Kentucky counties: Ballard, Carlisle, Fulton, Hickman, Graves, Marshall, McCracken, Livingston, Lyon, Trigg, Crittenden, Caldwell, Christian.


  • Parents Anonymous

    Helpline for parents


  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society

    Information and education, Emotional support resources, Help through the complexities of finding a healthcare provider, benefits, insurance and access to coverage, and employment, Resources to face financial challenges, Wellness strategies, Assessment for personalized case management through the Edward M. Dowd Personal Advocate Program, Crisis intervention


  • Medicare

    Medicare beneficiaries in Kentucky may choose from several Medicare coverage options, ranging from the federally run Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, to private insurance companies contracted with Medicare that offer Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Part D, and Medicare Supplement insurance plans.


  • Medicaid Ombudsman

    Serves as an advocate for citizens and works to ensure those seeking various public services are treated fairly. We answer questions about CHFS programs, investigate customer complaints and work with CHFS management to resolve them, advise CHFS management about patterns of complaints and recommend corrective action when appropriate.


  • Long Term Care Ombudsman

    Advocates for residents of nursing homes, personal care homes and family care homes. Ombudsmen work to resolve problems of individual residents and bring about improvements in care through changes at the local, state and national levels.


  • KY Relay Service (for hearing impaired)

    The purpose of TRS is to relay calls between deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired individuals who use a TTY, Captel or VCO to communicate on the telephone. TRS is a 24 hours a day, seven days a week service, allowing the consumer to “talk” to anyone, anytime, anywhere without having to worry about communication barriers.


  • KY Regional Poison Center

    The Kentucky Poison Control Center serves all 120 counties in the commonwealth of Kentucky. Our specially trained staff of nurses, physicians and pharmacists are available 24 hours a day 365 days a year to answer questions and respond to emergencies involving possible poisons.


  • KY Regional Library for the Blind (Talking Books)

    Provides free library service to people who cannot read traditional print because they have a visual, physical, or reading disability. Audio and Braille materials are sent to and from users by postage-free mail.


  • KY Organ Donor Affiliates

    24 hr organ donor line


  • Kentucky Legal Aid

    Assists and enables low income families, elderly, disabled and other vulnerable individuals in South Central and Western Kentucky to resolve legal problems that are barriers to self sufficiency, and to provide these individuals an opportunity for an improved quality of life.


  • Kentucky Homecare Program

    The Homecare Program provides supports and services for daily needs as well as coordination among caregivers and provider agencies to help adults at risk of institutional care remain in their own homes: Assessment and case management, home management and personal care, home delivered meals, chore services, home repair, respite for family caregivers and home health aide service are among the assistance provided.


  • KY Association of Community Action

    employment services; education services: financial and asset building; transportation services; housing services; energy assistance; and nutrition services.


  • General Assembly Message Center

    Legislative Message Line, contact your legislator


  • Eye Care Hot Line

    Provides referrals for seniors (age 65 or over) who do not have an ophthalmologist. Callers who meet the eligibility requirements are mailed the name of an ophthalmologist participating near their home. Participating doctors provide medical eye exams and treatment for conditions or diseases, if necessary. Qualified callers receive treatment at no expense for the doctor’s services. Eyeglasses, prescriptions, hospital services and other medical services are not covered under the program. Doctors accept insurance reimbursement as payment in full. Literature pertaining to eye diseases and medical procedures is available by mail.


  • Drug Information Service

    Hotline for drug information


  • Direct Deposit of Monthly Social Security

    Requirements and information on how to set up direct deposit to receive benefits


  • FHC Cumberland Hall Psychiatric Hospital

    Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification


  • Cumberland Hall

    Military specific treatment, Crisis Stabilization, Dual Diagnosis Chemical Dependency / Detoxification, Inpatient Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Medical Detoxification Treatment, Medication Management, Post-Traumatic Stress, 28 Day inpatient rehab, 34 Dedicated Military Beds


  • Commission for Children with Special Needs

    Mission is to enhance the quality of life for Kentucky’s children with special health care needs through quality service, leadership, advocacy, education and collaboration.


  • Child Watch Center (Childrens’ Advocacy)

    Free Counseling for Abused Children, Counseling for all others with Medicaid Insurance, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate Program), Child Abuse Prevention Education Program, Community Awareness Programs, “Kids in Crisis” Advocacy Program


  • Ombudsman

    Public Defender


  • Better Business Bureau

    Business accreditation organization. Allows consumer to file complaints against businesses, and tracks scams.


  • Dialog Telecomm. (Business only)

    Cable, phone, and internet provider


  • New Wave

    Cable, phone, and internet provider


  • Mediacom

    Cable, phone, and internet provider


  • Windstream

    Telecommunications provider.


  • WK&T Corporate Office

    WK&T Corporate Office


  • AT&T

    Telecommunications provider in Benton, Ky. AT&T has discounted service for those with SNAP benefits.


  • Paducah Water

    Water utility company in Paducah, KY.


  • North Marshall Water District

    Water utility company in Marshall County.


  • Jonathan Creek Water District

    Water utility company in Benton, KY.


  • Hardin Water, Sewer & Gas

    Gas, water, and sewer in Hardin, KY


  • Benton Gas System

    Gas Company in Benton, KY.


  • Atmos

    Gas Company in Paducah, KY.


  • West Kentucky Rural Electric

    Electric utility company that serves Calloway, Carlisle, Graves, and Marshall counties.


  • Jackson Purchase Energy

    Electric utility company in Paducah, Kentucky that serves Ballard, Carlisle, Graves, Livingston, Marshall, McCracken counties.


  • Benton Electric System

    BES serves the municipality of Benton, Ky.


  • Calvert City Convalescent Center

    Provides a homelike atmosphere where the dignity and rights of every resident are promoted and protected, and the best medical, nursing and personal care available is provided by a team of cooperative and friendly caregivers who are challenged by the belief that “In God’s Love Everyone Is Someone”.


  • Medical Transport Services (Non-Emergency)

    Non-Emergency Medical Transportation for Medicaid transportation eligible recipients living in Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, Marshall, and McCracken Counties.


  • Ambulance Service of Marshall Co

    Ambulance Service of Marshall county.


  • The Stilley House (Assisted Living)

    Assisted Living Facility with 24 hour staffing, daily house keeping, health promotion and exercise, planned social and recreational activities


  • Benton Senior Citizen Center

    Senior Citizen Community Center


  • Oakview Nursing & Rehab Center

    Nursing and rehabilitation center located in Calvert City, KY.


  • Purchase Area Supportive Housing Program

    Housing Resources


  • Merryman House

    Provide housing shelter for battered women and children.


  • Crestview Apartments

    Apartment complex in Benton, KY.


  • Morgan-Trevathan Housing

    Apartment complex in Benton, KY.


  • Lakeland Wesley Village

    Apartment complex in Benton, KY.


  • Hilldale Apartments

    Apartment complex located in Hardin, KY.


  • Hardin Apartments

    Apartment complex located in Hardin, KY.


  • Cox Manor, Calvert City Convalescent Center

    retirement community; independent living community designed specifically for retirement living;


  • Calvert City Apartments

    Apartment complex located in Calvert City, KY.


  • Brown Gable Apartments

    Apartments, townhouses and houses for rent in Benton, Kentucky.


  • Benton Housing Authority

    Housing Authority for Benton, KY.


  • Shriners Hospital

    Orthopaedics, Burn care, Spinal cord injury, Cleft lip and palate


  • Marshall County Hospital

    Cardiopulmonary Services, Emergency Department, Emergency Medical Services, Home Health, Intensive Care Unit, Laboratory, Medical/Surgical Unit, MRI, Radiology, Rehabilitation, Surgery, Swing Bed Program


  • South Elementary School Nurse

    School Nurse


  • Jonathan Elementary School Nurse

    School Nurse


  • Calvert Elementary School Nurse

    School Nurse


  • Marshall County Health Department

    Nutrition, Breastfeeding information, diabetes, WIC, Breast and Cervical Cancer Screenings, Physicals, Vaccines, Family Planning, STD/HIV, Tuberculosis, Tobacco information, Worksite Wellness, Car seats, Preparedness, First Responders, Dental, Environmental Services; Septic Tank site evaluations, inspections, and permits; H.A.N.D.S.


  • Eye Care Associates of Kentucky

    Eye doctors offer comprehensive eye exams, also diagnosing and providing treatment for eye injuries, eye infections, and most common eye diseases including glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.


  • Eye Care Associates of Kentucky

    Eye doctors offer comprehensive eye exams, also diagnosing and providing treatment for eye injuries, eye infections, and most common eye diseases including glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.


  • MCCH Homecare

    Home health care.


  • MCH Home Health Care

    Home health care.


  • Intrepid USA Home Health

    Services include home health care, hospice, and private duty.


  • Hardin Post Office

    United States Post Office located in Hardin, KY. Services include Bulk Mail Acceptance, bulk Mail Account Balance, Bulk Mail New Permit, Burial Flags, Business Line, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery, Global Express Guaranteed®, Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), PO Box Online, Packaged Stamps, Philatelic Services, Pickup, Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®, Sure Money.


  • Gilbertsville Post Office

    United States Post Office located in Gilbertsville, KY. Services include Bulk Mail Acceptance, bulk Mail Account Balance, Bulk Mail New Permit, Burial Flags, Business Line, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery, Global Express Guaranteed®, Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), PO Box Online, Packaged Stamps, Philatelic Services, Pickup, Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®, Sure Money.


  • Calvert City Post Office

    United States Post Office located in Calvert City, KY. Services include Bulk Mail Acceptance, bulk Mail Account Balance, Bulk Mail New Permit, Burial Flags, Business Line, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery, Global Express Guaranteed®, Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), PO Box Online, Packaged Stamps, Philatelic Services, Pickup, Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®, Sure Money.


  • Benton Post Office

    United States Post Office located in Benton, KY. Services include bulk mail acceptance, bulk mail account balance, bulk mail new permit, burial flags, business line, business reply mail, account balance, business reply mail new permit, duck stamps, general delivery, global express guaranteed®, money orders (Domestic), money orders (Inquiry), money orders (International), PO box online, packaged stamps, Passport Photo, Pickup Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®, and Sure Money.


  • Army National Guard

    Army National Guard located in Benton, KY.


  • West Kentucky Allied Services

    Alzheimer’s Disease Respite Program, Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), Energy Assistance, Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP), Home Care , Purchase Employment Program, Senior Community Services, Employment Program, Senior Medicare Patrol, Weatherization, WinterCare


  • Division of Protection & Permanency

    The division provides consultative services and technical assistance to local child protective services offices regarding child and adult protection cases.


  • Guardianship

    Kentucky’s public guardianship program is administered by the Division of Guardianship in the Cabinet for Health and Family Services. Individuals are served by offices in all regions of the state.


  • Centralized Intake

    Reporting Child & Adult Abuse


  • Probation and Parole


  • Juvenile Services

    Legal Services


  • Family Court

    Family Court provides one judge to hear all of a family’s issues relating to divorce, child custody, adoption, termination of parental rights, domestic violence, child abuse and neglect.


  • District Court Judge

    District Court is the court of limited jurisdiction and handles juvenile matters, city and county ordinances, misdemeanors, violations, traffic offenses, probate of wills, arraignments, felony probable cause hearings, small claims involving $2,500 or less, civil cases involving $5,000 or less, voluntary and involuntary mental commitments and cases relating to domestic violence and abuse.


  • District Court Clerk

    Speeding tickets, probates, civil suites


  • Court designated Worker

    Court designated workers (CDWs) process juvenile complaints against individuals under the age of 18. The complaints are known as public offenses or status offenses. Status offenses are noncriminal forms of juvenile behavior, such as running away from home, skipping class, tobacco offenses or exhibiting beyond-control behaviors at home or at school. Public offenses are the same as adult crimes. Uniform criteria determine which juvenile complaints must be forwarded to formal court and which are eligible for informal processing through the CDW program. A diversion agreement is a voluntary contract between the CDW and the juvenile to resolve a complaint.


  • Child Support Services

    Benton KY Child Support and Social Service Office enhances the well being of children by locating noncustodial parents, establish paternity, establish and enforce support orders, modify orders when appropriate, collect and distribute child support payments, and refer parents to other social service programs.


  • County Attorney

    The Marshall County Attorney’s Office, under Kentucky law, is responsible for serving as the legal adviser to the Marshall County Fiscal Court as well as all county officials, officers, boards, and special districts. This office also collects court-ordered child support payments and prosecutes all misdemeanor crimes in the county, including DUIs, assaults, bad checks, thefts, juvenile offenses, and a multitude of other statutory offenses.


  • Commonwealth Attorney


  • Circuit Court Judge

    Circuit Court is the court of general jurisdiction that hears civil matters involving more than $5,000, capital offenses and felonies, land dispute title cases and contested probate cases


  • Circuit Court Clerk

    Circuit court clerks are responsible for managing the records of Circuit and District courts, Kentucky’s trial courts. Circuit court clerks receive lawsuits and court documents, record legal documents, provide legal documents and other legal materials, are present during trials, schedule juries, receive and disburse money, maintain the jury system, administer oaths, handle affidavits, and issue driver licenses and non-driver identification cards.


  • Treasurer & Occupation License


  • PVA

    Property Value Administrator for Marshall County.


  • Building & Electrical Inspection

    Issues building permits and conducts inspections for all construction in Benton, Calvert City and Hardin as well as in the County


  • Office of Emergency Management

    Responsible for the coordination of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery efforts pertaining to major emergencies or disasters arising from natural or man-made causes


  • County Clerk

    Car license & registration, marriage license, deeds, mortgages, elections


  • County Courthouse

    County Court House


  • Sheriff’s Department

    Responsible for the collection of county taxes, security of the courts, the service of legal process and orders of the court, enforcement of Marshall County Ordinances and Kentucky Revised Statutes within the boundaries of Marshall County.


  • Transfer Station

    Transfer stations accept a wide variety of items for recycling, including newspaper / general office shred, cardboard, plastic drinking containers and used motor oil. main facility accepts the same items as the transfer stations in addition to scrap metal and aluminum, appliances, tires (limit 5), and large cell batteries (car, boat, lawnmower, etc.) and printer cartridges. We DO NOT accept glass, any type of pressurized gas containers, or e-waste. Events.


  • Transfer Station

    Transfer stations accept a wide variety of items for recycling, including newspaper / general office shred, cardboard, plastic drinking containers and used motor oil. main facility accepts the same items as the transfer stations in addition to scrap metal and aluminum, appliances, tires (limit 5), and large cell batteries (car, boat, lawnmower, etc.) and printer cartridges. We DO NOT accept glass, any type of pressurized gas containers, or e-waste. Events.


  • Transfer Station

    Transfer stations accept a wide variety of items for recycling, including newspaper / general office shred, cardboard, plastic drinking containers and used motor oil. main facility accepts the same items as the transfer stations in addition to scrap metal and aluminum, appliances, tires (limit 5), and large cell batteries (car, boat, lawnmower, etc.) and printer cartridges. We DO NOT accept glass, any type of pressurized gas containers, or e-waste. Events.


  • Transfer Station

    Transfer stations accept a wide variety of items for recycling, including newspaper / general office shred, cardboard, plastic drinking containers and used motor oil. main facility accepts the same items as the transfer stations in addition to scrap metal and aluminum, appliances, tires (limit 5), and large cell batteries (car, boat, lawnmower, etc.) and printer cartridges. We DO NOT accept glass, any type of pressurized gas containers, or e-waste. Events.


  • Transfer Station

    Transfer stations accept a wide variety of items for recycling, including newspaper / general office shred, cardboard, plastic drinking containers and used motor oil. main facility accepts the same items as the transfer stations in addition to scrap metal and aluminum, appliances, tires (limit 5), and large cell batteries (car, boat, lawnmower, etc.) and printer cartridges. We DO NOT accept glass, any type of pressurized gas containers, or e-waste. Events.


  • Adult Learning Center

    FREE services we offer: GED practice testing and preparation, Workplace skills instruction and testing (WorkKeys, NCRC, KESC), College entry preparation and instruction, Online study programs, Basic skills improvement


  • Transfer Station

    Transfer stations accept a wide variety of items for recycling, including newspaper / general office shred, cardboard, plastic drinking containers and used motor oil. main facility accepts the same items as the transfer stations in addition to scrap metal and aluminum, appliances, tires (limit 5), and large cell batteries (car, boat, lawnmower, etc.) and printer cartridges. We DO NOT accept glass, any type of pressurized gas containers, or e-waste. Events.


  • Transfer Station

    Transfer stations accept a wide variety of items for recycling, including newspaper / general office shred, cardboard, plastic drinking containers and used motor oil. main facility accepts the same items as the transfer stations in addition to scrap metal and aluminum, appliances, tires (limit 5), and large cell batteries (car, boat, lawnmower, etc.) and printer cartridges. We DO NOT accept glass, any type of pressurized gas containers, or e-waste. Events.


  • Transfer Station

    Transfer stations accept a wide variety of items for recycling, including newspaper / general office shred, cardboard, plastic drinking containers and used motor oil. main facility accepts the same items as the transfer stations in addition to scrap metal and aluminum, appliances, tires (limit 5), and large cell batteries (car, boat, lawnmower, etc.) and printer cartridges. We DO NOT accept glass, any type of pressurized gas containers, or e-waste. Events.


  • Transfer Station

    Transfer stations accept a wide variety of items for recycling, including newspaper / general office shred, cardboard, plastic drinking containers and used motor oil. main facility accepts the same items as the transfer stations in addition to scrap metal and aluminum, appliances, tires (limit 5), and large cell batteries (car, boat, lawnmower, etc.) and printer cartridges. We DO NOT accept glass, any type of pressurized gas containers, or e-waste. Events.


  • Recycling Center

    Transfer stations accept a wide variety of items for recycling, including newspaper / general office shred, cardboard, plastic drinking containers and used motor oil. main facility accepts the same items as the transfer stations in addition to scrap metal and aluminum, appliances, tires (limit 5), and large cell batteries (car, boat, lawnmower, etc.) and printer cartridges. We DO NOT accept glass, any type of pressurized gas containers, or e-waste. Events.


  • Jail/Detention Facility

    Marshall County Jail


  • Dump/Landfill (Co. Refuse Dept)

    The Marshall County Refuse District provides for the primary collection and disposal of household solid waste for Marshall County. Nine transfer stations are available for your convenience throughout the county.


  • County Road Department

    Responsible for new bridge and road construction. They are also responsible replacing road signs, repairing road damage and paving and patching roads when needed. Seasonal responsibilities include mowing the right-of-way, clearing dead trees and debris on the right-of-way and snow removal.


  • County Coroner

    County Coroner


  • County Government Services

    County Departments at this location: Alcohol Beverage Control, Building Inspection Office, Judge Executive, Deputy Judge Executive, County Clerk, Economic Development, Emergency Management, Information Technology, Property Valuation Administrator, Treasurer


  • Calvert City Police Department

    Police department serving the Calvert City.


  • Benton Police Department

    Police department serving the city of Benton.


  • Hardin City Hall


  • Calvert City City Hall

    Calvert City Water & Sewer; Parks department;


  • Benton City Hall

    Benton Water & Sewer System; City Parks Department; Planning and Zoning; code enforcement; business licenses;


  • Marshall Co. Middle Youth Service

    Advisory Council, Back to School Bash, Christmas Assistance, Clothing Assistance and Referrals, Community Referrals, Dental Sealants – 7th grade, Event Pictures, Head Lice Treatment Assistance (when available), Hygiene Product Assistance, Jumpstart, Marshall County Quick Reference Directory, Reward Programs, School Supply Assistance, Snack Packs, Vision Assistance and Referrals


  • Family Resource Center Jonathan/South

    Family Resource Center: assists children and their families in meeting their basic needs by providing community services at the center and by linking families to agencies in the community.


  • Family Resource Center Calvert City/Sharpe

    Family Resource Center: assists children and their families in meeting their basic needs by providing community services at the center and by linking families to agencies in the community.


  • Family Resource Center Benton/Central

    Family Resource Center: assists children and their families in meeting their basic needs by providing community services at the center and by linking families to agencies in the community.


  • STAR Academy High School

    alternative high school which uses computer based classes through Apex Learning to help students who are deficit in credits to graduate with a high school diploma


  • MCCH Lunchroom

    Email beth.cunningham@marshall.kyschools.us for more information.


  • MCCH Bus Garage

    Bus Garage at Marshall County High School.


  • MCCH Health Department Center

    Nurses Office at Marshall County High School.


  • MCCH Concession Stand

    Concession Stand at Marshall County High School.


  • MCCH Band Room

    Band at Marshall County High School.


  • MCCH Athletic Office

    Athletic Department at Marshall County High School.


  • Marshall County High School

    Marshall County High School in Benton, KY.


  • South Marshall Middle School

    Middle School in Benton, KY.


  • North Marshall Middle School

    Middle school in Calvert City, KY.


  • South Marshall Elementary School

    Elementary school in Benton, KY.


  • Sharpe Elementary School

    Elementary school in Benton, KY.


  • Marshall Co. Preschool/Headstart

    Pre-school program for Marshall County schools.


  • Jonathan Elementary School

    Elementary school in Benton, KY.


  • Central Elementary School

    Elementary school in Benton, KY.


  • Calvert City Elementary School

    Elementary school in Calvert City, KY.


  • Benton Elementary School

    Elementary school in Benton, KY.


  • Marshall County Board of Education

    Marshall County Board of Education.


  • New Covenant Christian Ac. (PreK-8)

    NCCA is a developing classical Christian school serving Western Kentucky. NCCA is committed to partnering with parents in educating their children in Christian wisdom, beauty, and virtue. NCCA is a distinctly Christian school that teaches the liberal arts curriculum in an environment that promotes virtuous boyhood and girlhood. Pre-school through 8th grade.


  • Christian Fellowship School

    Christian Fellowship School exists to assist parents in fulfilling their divine responsibilities to give their children a quality, Christ-centered education. Pre-K through 12th grade.


  • PADD Child Care Resource & Referral.

    Focused on providing parents, child care providers, community partners, and employers with as much support as possible to make families successful.


  • Diabetes Support Group

    Support Group: call for meeting dates and times, or for more information


  • Marshall County Exceptional Center

    Serves individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. We are a multi-service agency as we focus on servicing people with various disabilities and have many programs intended for the disability population.


  • Community Alternatives of KY

    Residential Services provides support to adults and children who need assistance with daily living due to a developmental, cognitive or intellectual disability. HomeCare services include personal care and homemaking programs, geriatric care management, respite care and other programs. Workforce Services, Rehab Without Walls (RWW) program, Integrated Care Solutions, Integrated Care Solutions, SpringHealth Behavioral Services, Rest Assured Telecare


  • Baker Apartments

    Section 8 Housing.


  • Marshall County Extension Office

    4H Club, Community and Economic Development, Ag and Natural Resource, Family and Consumer Sciences. Clubs and classes for all ages.


  • Little Bo-Peep Child Development Center

    Child Care Center, Subsidized Child Care Program


  • Kids Kare Benton

    Day Care Center / Nursery, Child Care Provider


  • Kids Kare Draffenville

    Day Care Center / Nursery, Child Care Provider


  • Kids First

    Church of Christ Preschool


  • Kentucky Sheriffs’ Boys & Girls Ranch

    Summer Camp


  • iKids Childhood Enrichment Center

    They provide a play based curriculum that nurtures the whole child socially, emotionally, cognitively and physically. Their goal is to provide an enriching early experience of every child. Operational Hours is from 6 in the morning till 6 in the evening, Mondays through Fridays.


  • Benton First Baptist Preschool

    Preschool is held 8 to 11 am weekdays, during the school year. At First Baptist of Benton the curriculum for the K3 and K4 preschool classes endeavors to foster learning in a Christian atmosphere.


  • Parkinson’s Support Group

    Support group meets the first and third Wednesday of each month in the Shirley Trail Lanier classroom on the second floor of Medical Park


  • Lymphedema Support Group

    Support group for anyone who suffers from lymphedema or wants to know more about it. This group meets 5:30 p.m. the second Monday of each month.


  • Kangaroo Klub

    Support group for mothers or soon-to-be mothers who breastfeed. This group meets 1 to 2:30 p.m. the first Friday of each month in Classroom A, on the first floor of Medical Park.


  • CancerPort – Breast Cancer Support Group

    This group meets at 6 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month in the Ray & Kay Eckstein Regional Cancer Care Center.


  • Stroke Support Group

    Meets on the first Monday of every month at 3:00 P.M. Contact Deborah Welch @debora.welch@bhsi.com for more information.


  • Now and Beyond Widow Support Group

    Greif support group for widows and widowers.  Meets in the Lourdes Marshall Nemer Pavilion Borders Community Room. 2nd Friday every month.


  • Multiple Sclerosis Support Group

    MS support group. Meets every 3rd Tuesday of every month at West End Baptist church


  • Lourdes Hospice Healthy Grieving Group

    Grieving group that meets every Monday except Holidays Time: 5:00 p.m. until 6:30 P.M.


  • Stephen’s Ministries

    Provides the emotional and spiritual care we need when faced with a crisis or difficulty such as a loss of a loved one, hospitalization, divorce or separation, a terminal illness, loneliness, etc. Confidential ministry.


  • Lourdes Hospice Parents Grief Support & Education

    Hospice Grief Support Group. Every Monday from 5:00-6:30 (does not meet on holidays)


  • Lourdes Breast Cancer Support Group

    Breast Cancer Support group


  • Purchase Area Agency on Aging & Independent Living

    Develops and administers comprehensive programs and services for the elderly and for individuals with disabilities: Alzheimer’s respite, Assessment, Case management, Education, Escort, Family Caregiver Program, Health promotion, Homemaker – home management, personal care, Home repair/modification, Information and referral, Meals – congregate and home-delivered, Nursing Home (Long-Term Care) Ombudsman, Outreach, Respite, Telephone reassurance, Senior Community Service Employment Program, Transportation


  • Divorce Care

    Divorce support groups and seminars, Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. Call the church at (270) 534-1400 for room details.


  • Coping with Cancer

    Cancer support services and information, classes and support groups


  • Weight Watchers

    Weight loss support and information


  • Take Off Pounds Sensibly (T.O.P.S.)

    Weight loss hotline


  • Mother to Mother (For Nursing Mothers)

    Support for nursing mothers


  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    Alcoholics Anonymous support groups for all purchase area counties


  • First Steps

    First Steps is a statewide early intervention system that provides services to children with developmental disabilities from birth to age 3 and their families.


  • Consumer Credit Counseling

    Consumer Credit Counseling


  • Christian Counseling Center

    Mental health counseling


  • Office of Protection and Permanency

    Child and adult abuse and neglect, foster care and adoptions, etc.


  • Office of Family Support

    Responsible for administering the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the Kentucky Transitional Assistance Program, Kentucky Works Program, Family Alternatives Diversion Program and the Medicaid programs. Clothing assistance.


  • Marshall County Safe Home/Shelter

    Safe Home/Shelter and can call if need of assistance if it’s not an emergency


  • Needline

    Offering food assistance for those in need. Must bring proof of: Household income for everyone in home, Social Security Cards for all household members, General Notice of Action (food stamp letter), & Picture ID for anyone over 18 in household.


  • Mike Miller Park

    Public Park in Marshall County which contains a soccer field, disc golf course, baseball field, softball field, batting cages, basketball courts, tennis courts, volleyball court, walking trail, playgrounds, fishing pier, and covered pavilions with picnic tables and grills.


  • Marshall County Public Library Branch: Hardin

    Public Library: Offers a variety of programs for children of all ages and adults. Events, clubs, book borrowing, digital library, archives


  • National Runaway Safeline

    Run Away/Youth Crisis Hotline


  • Lotus

    Lotus is Kentucky’s designated regional children’s advocacy and sexual violence center for all 8 Purchase Area counties. We provide comprehensive, trauma-informed services assisting child abuse victims and all-age survivors of sexual violence through the entire healing process from crisis to long-term recovery. Lotus specialists engage in all phases of support to survivors and their supportive family members by providing 24-hour crisis line advocacy services, medical advocacy at local emergency rooms, family and legal advocacy, information and referrals, forensic interview and medical services, and therapy and restorative services.


  • Marshall County Public Library Branch: Calvert City

    Public Library: Offers a variety of programs for children of all ages and adults. Events, clubs, book borrowing, digital library, archives


  • Marshall County Public Library Branch: Benton

    Public Library: Offers a variety of programs for children of all ages and adults. Events, clubs, book borrowing, digital library, archives


  • Marshall County Tourism Commission

    Tourism commission, Marshall County Information, Kentucky Lake Information, Things to do, Places to stay, Where to eat, Events


  • Marshall County Chamber of Commerce

    The central agency that unites the forces of the community for its improvement and development. Business Association.


  • Marcella’s Kitchen

    Serving hot meals during the day, located near Draffenville.


  • Humane Society (owner surrender)

    Owner surrendered cats and dogs are admitted on a criteria of health, personality and available space.


  • Marshall County Animal Care and Control

    Shelter, Owner Surrender, Lost Pet, Adoption, Animal Pick-up


  • Before You Dig

    Organization established to provide a communication link between excavators and operators of underground utilities.


  • TTY Crisis Line for Hearing Impaired

    24 Hour Crisis Line for Hearing Impaired Individuals


  • KY State Police (EMERGENCY)

    Hotline


  • Four Rivers Behavioral Health Crisis Line

    24-hour Crisis and Information Line: crisis counseling, information, or referral to the appropriate community resource


  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

    Also known as the Treatment Referral Routing Service, is a confidential, free, 24-hour-a-day, 365-day-a-year, information service, in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders. This service provides referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations. Callers can also order free publications and other information.


  • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Hotline

    Hotline


  • Merryman house

    24 hour Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline, 24-hour emergency shelter, Lethality Assessment Program, Assistance with Emergency Protective Orders, Medical advocacy, Crisis Counseling for adults and children, Relocation Services; Mental health support, Support groups, Comprehensive Case Management, Psychoeducation, Financial Assistance, Housing Search and Placement, Financial Literacy Classes/Economic Empowerment, Transportation, Resource connection and referrals, Children’s services; Housing case management, Housing stabilization, Credit repair, Micro-loan programs/Savings plans, On-going case management and support, Purchase Area Spouse Abuse


  • Chest Pain & Stroke Hotline

    Questions about heart attack and stroke symptoms Hotline


  • Attorney General’s Victim’s Hot Line

    Victim’s Advocacy Hotline


  • KY HIV+/AIDS Case Reports

    Report cases of HIV+/AIDS


  • KY HIV-AIDS Client Services Program

    Care Coordination Program for those with HIV+/AIDS in Kentucky; Helps to find patient assistance programs for those with HIV+/AIDS.


  • AIDS Hotline

    HIV+/ AIDS Hotline


  • Kentucky Abuse Hotline

    Hotline to report child, adult, and elder abuse and neglect. It is for NON-EMERGENCY situations.


  • Kentucky Care Clinic

    Primary Care, Pharmacy


  • Heart USA

    Prescription Payment Assistance


  • Clear Creek Medical Center

    Medication assisted therapy


  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)

    Outreach, support, advocacy, education


  • FitMeals Murray

    Meal prep, healthy meal delivery


  • Regional Cancer Center

    Chemotherapy, Radiation Therapy, Infusion Center


  • Murray Calloway Wellness Consortium

    Wellness Initiatives, Community Health Improvement Plan


  • Center For Rehab and Sports Medicine

    Physical Therapy, Speech therapy, Occupational Therapy


  • Occupational Medicine at MCCH

    Pre-employment physicals, drug screen, hearing tests, work comp care, DOT physicals,


  • WPSD local 6

    Media


  • Willis Early Childhood Center

    Early Childhood Center


  • WildWood Farm Inc

    Training, Riding Instruction, Boarding


  • Wildcat Creek Campground

    Rv Campground


  • West KY Staffing

    Direct Hire, Safety Training, Property Management


  • West Kentucky Rural Telephone

    Internet, tv, voice


  • West Kentucky Rural Electric

    Electrical Service


  • West Kentucky Mentoring, Inc

    We provide one to one site based mentoring services to youth ages 5 to 18. Caring adult mentors are matched with youth in various sites such as schools, libraries, homes, etc…. to provide at least one hour per week/4 hours per month of personal time spent helping with homework, enjoying a ball game, talking about life, etc… to make an impact on a youth’s life.


  • West Kentucky Community & Technical College

    Community College


  • West Kentucky Allied Services

    Alzheimer’s Disease Respite Program – Provides temporary respite for caregivers who are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease. Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) – Provides services to address poverty based on community need. Energy Assistance – Subsidy/Crisis Programs help maintain family stability. Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) – Emergency food, clothing and housing services. Home Care – Provides in-home services to increase the independence of those who are home-bound or at high risk of nursing home placement. Purchase Employment Program – Monies provided by ARRA to provide employment opportunities to low income people. Senior Community Services Employment Program – Provides participants 55+ years of age the opportunity to enter an on-the-job training experience. Senior Medicare Patrol – Empowers seniors to prevent Medicare abuse and fraud through education and advocacy programs. Weatherization – Winterizes homes to lower energy consumption and heating costs. WinterCare – Assists those in need with their utility bills


  • Wesley Living, Wesley at Murray

    Senior Living, Assisted Living, Home Services, Apartments, Disabled Apartments, Community Room, Leisure Area, Laundry Room, Exercise Room


  • Wesley at Murray

    Affordable Independent Living for Seniors


  • LightenUp Calloway

    Obesity Workgroup for Calloway Wellness Consortium


  • Murray State Wellness Center

    3 full-size basketball courts and 2 racquetball courts. Around the second level is a 1/11 mile indoor track with cardio machines such as treadmills, ellipticals, bikes, and rowing machines. There are resistance training spaces, free weight areas, and three aerobic studios. There is also a lounge area with couches, televisions, computers and ping pong tables. Our pool area offers a 5 lane lap pool, leisure pool, whirlpool, vortex, and a water bench. Members: Faculty and Staff, Students, Retirees, and Alumni.


  • Water’s Edge RV park & Marina

    Campground with varying amenities for RV’s, fish cleaning station, playground; Marina boat launch and slips.


  • WATCH Inc

    Community Habilitation Components services including: Self-Help/Personal Care, Independent Living Skills, Academics, Pre-Vocational Skills, Communication Skills, Motor Skills, Community Integration; Day Training Components, Community Based Supported Employment, Adult Day Training, Vocational Rehabilitation and Job Placement for Developmentally/Intellectually Disabled Adults


  • Waste Path Service LLC

    Trash service


  • Walter’s Family Pharmacy

    Pharmacy


  • Wal-mart

    Pharmacy


  • Walking Trails Maps

    Walking Maps Available


  • Walgreens

    Pharmacy


  • Veterans of Foreign Wars

    Serving veterans, military families and their local communities


  • Veterans’ Benefits Administration

    The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides eligible disabled Veterans with VA Disability Compensation, a monthly tax-free payment whose amount will depend on the degree of the Veteran’s disability.


  • Veteran’s Affairs Information

    Information about Veteran’s Affairs


  • Verizon Wireless Authorized Retailer

    Cell phone service


  • Valor Strength & Conditioning

    CrossFit, Kids CrossFit


  • VA Medical Center

    Healthcare, Benefits, Resources, Community Based Services


  • VA Hospital Marion IL

    Healthcare, Benefits, Resources, Community Based Services


  • VA Clinic – Paducah KY

    Healthcare, Benefits, Resources, Community Based Services


  • VA Clinic – Mayfield KY

    Healthcare, Benefits, Resources, Community Based Services, Veterans’ Benefits Field Representative


  • Upward Youth Sports (Poplar Springs Baptist Church)

    Poplar Springs Church-free Wednesday meal for children, adult with donation


  • University Church of Christ

    The center of this ministry is our 12 Step Spiritual Recovery Group, which meets each Sunday morning at 9:00 AM and each Wednesday night at 7:00 PM. In a class setting, the group studies the Bible, and other Christian based recovery materials, to teach and emphasize a Christ-based, spiritual recovery that adapts and utilizes the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, yet relies on the power of God’s Spirit for true and lasting healing and recovery.


  • Universal Athletics

    Open Gym includes obstacle course, spring floor, tumbling equipment, gymnastics equipment, TumblTrak, AirTrak, inflatables, music, Ninja course, and more!


  • United Way Murray Calloway County

    Education, Financial Literacy, Healthy Living Information, Volunteer Services


  • Turning Point Ministries

    Turning Point Ministries seeks to educate about addiction, facilitate reconciliation, & provide assistance to men seeking a faith based treatment program.


  • Trilogy Center for Women

    A multiple approach, evidence oriented, results based, tailor structured, varied, essentially customizable drug and alcohol addiction and dependence detox facility, treatment center, recovery location, rehabilitation program, and state certified addiction prevention community. The Trilogy Center for Women is a women’s only drug and alcohol addiction treatment center that offers residential, long term (more than thirty days of treatment) care to those who need a focused and direct approach out of an addiction struggle.


  • Tourism/Murray Convention & Visitors Bureau

    Murray Tourism: resources on where to stay and what to do.


  • Time Warner/Spectrum

    TV, Internet, Voice


  • The Oaks Country Club

    Golf, Jr. golf, pool, proshop, club house


  • The Gentry House

    Gentry House is an emergency transitional homeless shelter. We help families with children in the region of Murray and Calloway County Kentucky. Residents are given a rent and utility free two-bedroom apartment to stay in while they are in our shelter. Gentry House Qualifications: 1.) Must have custody of children or dependent regardless of age. 2.) Must be residents of Calloway County or remaining in the area after stay in shelter. 3.) Must be seeking employment/education and permanent housing during stay in the shelter.


  • The Den YSC

    Youth Service Center


  • The Community Kitchen

    Community Kitchen and Warming Center


  • The Arboretum at Murray State

    Public educational display garden located on the Pullen Farm at Murray State, Walking track, Dogs Welcome, Garden, Butterfly Garden


  • Testing Center

    ACT, ACT-R, Accuplacer, AP, KYOTE, CLEP, Preaxis, GRE, LSAT, MAT, TOEFL, DSST, Distance Learning Testing


  • Temps Plus

    Temporary Employment Company


  • SwimBikeRun

    Triathlon Club and coaching


  • Sunset Harbor Hill Campground and Marina

    Campground with 20-30amp sites, pool, and 2 rental cabins; Full Service Marina


  • Sullivan’s par 3 golf course

    18 hole Par 3 Golf Course, Mini Golf, Driving Range, Golf Lessons


  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Crisis Line

    Behavioral Health Counseling Services: Adult Services; Children’s Services; Medical Services; Substance Abuse; Testing & Assessment; Case Management Services; Supported Employment; Behavior Support: Intellectual or Developmental Disability Respite Care: Intellectual or Developmental Disability; In-Home Supports; Outreach and Education; IMPACT; Crisis Services; Day Training Program; Consumer Operated Services; Housing Supports; Medicaid Waiver Programs; First Steps; Assertive Community; KY-Moms Maternal Assistance Toward Recovery; Consultation and Education; Employee Assistance Programs; Court Services; Hospital Services


  • Student Health Services

    Physical assessment for illness or injury, Treatment for illness and minor injury, Crutches, Referrals, Laboratory Services – CLIA-waived lab tests such as urine dipstick, rapid strep, urine pregnancy, urine sexually transmitted infection, rapid HIV, mono, and fasting blood sugar can be performed in the clinic at no charge to the student, faculty, or staff member. Additional laboratory testing will be referred to an outside provider. Evaluation of health risks, Health promotion, Health education


  • Spring Creek Health Care

    Spring Creek Health Care offers a variety of services to our residents. We are a 226-bed skilled nursing, rehabilitation and long-term care facility which provides comprehensive rehabilitation and restorative services.


  • Southwest Calloway Elementary

    Laker After-School Educational Resource, Public School


  • Soup for the Soul

    Community Soup Kitchen


  • Social Security Administration

    Retirement, Disability, Medicare, Survivors, Supplemental Security Income


  • Soccer (MCC Soccer Association)

    Soccer Association


  • Small Business Development Center

    Starting Business, Growing Business, Fixing Business, Specialty Services: Disaster Protection and Recovery Planning, Importing/Exporting, Government Bid Match


  • Shining Stars Daycare

    Shining Stars Daycare is a Licensed Child Care in Murray KY, with a maximum capacity of 34 children. This child care center helps with children in the age range of Infant; Toddler; Preschool; School Age; . The provider may also participate in a subsidized child care program.


  • Senior Helpers

    Companion Care, Personal Care, Home Health Care,


  • Senior Citizens Center

    Support Services: Transportation, Telephone Reassurance, Information and Referrals, Support Groups including caregivers support groups, Kentucky Legal Aid, SHIP Counseling for Medicare; Wellness and Health Opportunities: Armchair Aerobics, Fitness Aerobics, Beginning Line Dance, Advanced Line Dance, Strength & Stretch, Basketball, Yoga, Ping Pong, _Tai Chi, Zumba Gold Toning, Corn Hole Tournaments; Various Classes & Activities, Congregate Meals, Meals on Wheels, Special Events, Planned Trips and Outings


  • Ruby Simpson Child Development Center

    Preschool/Head Start Center


  • Room to Grow Preschool

    Licensed preschool that accepts 3, 4 and 5 year olds. Learn through play.


  • Rite Aid

    Pharmacy


  • Republic

    Trash service


  • Recovery Works

    Clinical evaluation; Individualized treatment plans; Individual, group, and family counseling; Medical and psychological services; Nutritionist evaluation and dietary planning; Educational classes on substance use disorders; Twelve-step meetings; Life skills development; Recreational therapy; Referrals to other medical and community resources


  • Ready to Work/Work and Learn

    Ready to Work assists WKCTC students who are receiving KTAP benefits. This program helps students transition into college life and provides support to students as they pursue a certificate, diploma, or degree.


  • Rape Crisis Hotline

    Rape Crisis Hotline


  • Racers Helping Racers Food Pantry

    Food Pantry for Murray State Students


  • Quest Fitness

    Courses: kick boxing, ultimate body challenge, spin, resistance bands, Tae Kwon do; Gym complex: cardio center, weight room, tanning, Easy 2-b trim


  • Purchase Area Agency- Aging and Independent Living

    Aging & Disability Resources, Family Care Giver Support Program, KY Homecare, State Health Insurance Assistance


  • Public Transportation Planning (Transit Board)

    Meetings: Murray Calloway Transit Authority Office on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 9:00 a.m.


  • Public Safety

    Police Department, Bicycle Registration, Parking


  • Protection and Permanency

    Child and adult abuse and neglect, foster care and adoptions, etc.


  • Protection and Advocacy

    The mission is to protect and promote the rights of Kentuckians with disabilities through legally based individual and systemic advocacy, and education. Services include: Information & Referrals, Case Representation, Training & Outreach


  • Property Valuation

    Property Tax Assessment Office


  • Project Carat Paducah

    The goal of Project CARAT (Coordinating and Assisting the Reuse of Assistive Technology) is to make Assistive Technology and Durable Medical Equipment more accessible to those who need it in underserved areas of Kentucky.


  • Playhouse in the Park

    Local Theatre, Summer Camp, Classes, Penguin Project for those with disabilities, Old Duffers and Powder Puffers


  • Pharmacy Inc

    Pharmacy


  • People Lease

    Temporary Employment Company


  • Pathways Behavioral Health Services

    Drug Abuse & Addiction Information & Treatment Centers, Mental Health Specialists


  • Parkinson’s Support Group

    The Parkinson’s Disease Support Group meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 11:00am (eat at 11:30am) for lunch and the meeting at 12:00pm (usually with a speaker) in the Kelleher Room–for more information contact Jan Flynn at (270)753-6845.


  • Paducah Sun

    Media


  • Paducah Nurse Registry

    PNR, Inc. is a locally owned and operated personal service agency serving Paducah and the surrounding Purchase area.


  • Paducah Lifeline Ministries- Ladies Living Free

    Ladies Living Free (a division of Paducah Lifeline Ministries, Inc.) is a residential and non-residential community-based recovery program that helps women who struggle with life-controlling problem through Jesus Christ.


  • Owensboro Regional Recovery for Men

    6-12 month program; 12-Step Meetings: open to the public


  • Oakview Nursing & Rehab

    Clinical Services, Rehabilitation Services, Quality of Life services, Spirituality, Serenity Innovations, Eden Alternative, Complimentary Transportation, Internet Learning, Complimentary Transportation, Beauty Shop, Private Rooms available, Volunteer Program, 24-hour Visitation, Bereavement Accommodations, Facility Pet, 24-hour Pharmacy, Quality of Life Program, Full Time Chaplain, Multi-denominational Weekly Religious Services


  • North Calloway Elementary

    Laker After-School Educational Resource, Public School


  • New Pathways for Children

    Provides shelter, food, and clothing to children in need. Cares for children during times of crisis by providing residential care and supportive services to children in need. Each child is served by a competent and caring staff of case managers, social workers, and licensed counselors. Our treatment includes individual and family therapy and life skills development.


  • New Day Counseling

    Substance abuse treatment, Treatment for gambling disorder, Treatment for internet use disorder, Individual counseling offered, Group counseling offered, Family counseling offered, Marital couples counseling offered, Aftercare continuing care, Treatment for non-substance abuse addiction disorder, Breath analyzer or blood alcohol testing, Comprehensive substance abuse assessment, Drug or alcohol urine screening, Discharge Planning, Employment counseling or training, HIV or AIDS education counseling or support, Health education services other than HIV AIDS or hepatitis, Interim services for clients, Outreach to persons in the community, Substance abuse education, Self-help groups, Screening for substance abuse, Social skills development, Hepatitis education counseling or support, Case management, Housing services, Consumer-run peer-support services, Screening for tobacco use, Smoking tobacco cessation counselling


  • Paducah Lifeline Ministries- Men’s Facilities

    Paducah Lifeline Ministries is a residential and non-residential community-based recovery program that helps men who struggle with life-controlling problem through Jesus Christ.


  • New Covenant Christian Academy

    Private Christian school that offers Preschool through Eighth Grades


  • New Concord Post Office

    Post Office


  • New Beginnings Transition Home

    A comfortable, but hard-working home with Christian family environment for 4-6 local women, recently released from incarceration, who want a safe and caring place to get their life on the right track


  • Needline Food Project

    The Needline Food Project is a door-to-door food collection and community building program that supports the efforts of the Murray-Calloway Needline Food Bank.


  • Needline

    Food pantry


  • Near Town Sober Living for Men

    Substance Abuse Assistance for men


  • National Abuse Hotline

    Domestic Abuse resource hotline


  • Nashville International Airport

    International Airport


  • Music and Memory Program

    The Dr. Jan Weaver Music and Memory program at Spring Creek Health Care supports the training of employees to help them work with dementia and Alzheimer patients by providing high quality, person-centered care through digital music technology. These employees will identify those residents who could benefit from the program and work with them to provide iPods with personalized playlists tailored for each one. Spring Creek Health Care is just one of seven facilities in Kentucky to be Music & Memory certified.


  • Murray-Calloway County Transit Authority

    Deviated fixed route bus service; fees & free; on demand service


  • Murray-Calloway County Animal Shelter /Animal Control

    Animal Shelter


  • Murray-Calloway County Airport

    Airport


  • Area Technology Center – Murray Independent School District

    The primary purpose of area technology centers is to serve high school students by enhancing and expanding student career options that lead to continuation of education at the post-secondary level and/or successful employment upon graduation from high school. Includes: Automotive Technology, Carpentry, Culinary Arts, Health Sciences, Machine Tool Technology, Welding. Serves: Murray High and Calloway County High


  • Murray Youth Baseball and Softball association

    Baseball and Softball association


  • Murray Street Department

    Core functions: Roadway Maintenance, Sidewalk Maintenance, Right-of-Way and Drainage Maintenance, Traffic Control Signs and Markings Maintenance, Maintains the 54 acre Murray City Cemetery, Assist other City Departments as required in the interest of the public, Brush and Leaf Pickup Information


  • Murray State University

    Public University; Wellness Centers, Tennis Courts, Intermural Fields,


  • Murray State Tribreds

    Triathlon Club


  • Murray Special Olympics

    The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.


  • Murray Sanitation Department

    Recycling Drop off; The Sanitation Department provides a drop-off location for paper, cardboard, aluminum and metal cans, glass and plastic. The drop-off trailer is located on Andrus Drive at the City of Murray Sanitation Department. Other recyclable items, found on there website, should be stored and brought to regular “Bill Wells Make A Difference Days” held in the parking lot of Roy Stewart Stadium. “The Make A Difference Days” are usually held 3 or 4 times a year on Saturday mornings from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. Please contact the Sanitation Department for more information at (270) 762-0380.


  • Murray Recycling

    Scrap metal yard


  • Murray Post Office

    Post Office


  • Murray Police Department (24 Hour Line)

    City Fire Department


  • Murray Municipal Utilities

    Water, gas, billing


  • Murray Middle School Kids Company

    Kids’ Company is a childcare program that operates at Murray Elementary and Middle School. Kids Company has two sessions each year – an after school session during the school year and an all day session during the summer.


  • Murray Middle School

    Murray Independent Middle School


  • Murray Life Magazine

    Media


  • Murray Ledger and Times

    Media


  • Murray Independent Schools

    Murray City School District


  • Murray Calloway County Area Tech Center

    Murray Independent High School


  • Murray High School

    Public High School; Tennis Courts


  • Murray Head Start

    Murray Head Start is a federally funded program serving primarily low-income children and families in Western Kentucky. Through our Early Head Start and Head Start programs, services are provided to families beginning with the pregnant mother and continuing through age 5 and the child’s transition to Kindergarten.


  • Murray Fire Department

    City Fire Department


  • Murray Fire Department

    City Fire Department


  • Murray Fire Department

    City Fire Department


  • Murray Family Resource Youth Service Center

    Back to School Blast, Child Abuse Awareness, Community Closet, Counseling and Care, Career Day, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Referrals to Health & Social Service, Tutoring Programs


  • Murray Elementary Schools Kids Company

    Kids’ Company is a childcare program that operates at Murray Elementary and Middle School. Kids Company has two sessions each year – an after school session during the school year and an all day session during the summer.


  • Murray Elementary

    Murray Independent Elementary School


  • Murray Electric

    Electric Power, Cable, Internet, Telephone, Security


  • Murray Country Club

    Pro Shop, dining room snack bar and concessions, swimming pool, tennis courts, golf


  • Murray Calloway County Park

    Disc golf, swimming pool, amphitheater, dog park, baseball diamond, walking path, playgrounds, skate park


  • Murray Calloway County Hospital Social Work Services

    Care Management team makes Discharge Planning and Social Services available to patients, their families and significant others.


  • Murray Calloway County Hospital

    Full service hospital, inpatient and outpatient services


  • Murray Calloway County Community Foundation, Inc.

    We are a tax-exempt public charity that allows people to establish permanent endowment funds which will support our community needs, from the arts, to civic engagement, education, conservations and preservation, to health, human and social services.


  • Murray Calloway Chamber of Commerce

    A business leadership organization that advocates for members’ business interests and the interests of our local business community; connects members with the people and information they need to thrive; and helps members save money.


  • Murray Art Guild

    Non-profit organization dedicated to supporting arts enrichment, Art Exhibits, Provide Arts Programming, studio use


  • Murray AA

    Listing of AA groups locations and times


  • Muehleman Psychological Services

    Counseling


  • MSU Registrar

    This office manages all students’ academic records from scheduling courses to applying for graduation to requesting transcripts


  • MSU KTAP

    The Kentucky Transitional Assistance Program (K-TAP) is designed to assist low-income families who are attending Murray State University while receiving state assistance through DCBS. This program will assist with student employment, retention, child care information, tutorial information, counseling, mentoring, work preparation sessions, and other services the campus offers.


  • MSU Carr Health

    Gymnasium Courts, Swimming Pool, Dance Studio and Activity Areas, Equipment Rentals, Walking Trail


  • Mills Health and Rehab

    24-hour Nursing Care, Rehabilitation Services: Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Speech Therapy; Planned Recreational Activities, Meals are supervised by a Registered Dietician, Spiritual Care, Lab Services, Wound Care Management, Hydration Program, Fall Intervention program, Social Services, Beauty and Barber Services, Daily Housekeeping Services, Personal Laundry & Linen Services


  • Miller Memorial Golf Course

    Pro Shop, short game practice facility, practice tees, driving range, snack bar and concessions


  • Mega Gym

    24/7 Access with a Safe and a Secure Environment, Over 30 Cardio Machines with Cardio Theater, 30 Group Fitness Classes Weekly, Free Weights & Selectorized Machines, Training Room, Kids’ Club, Tanning, Hydro Massage Beds, 3D Fit, Personal & Group Training, Locker Rooms with Showers & Saunas, MegaFit Meals, Pro Shop


  • Medical Arts Pharmacy

    Pharmacy


  • Medical Art Home Medical

    Durable medical Equipment


  • Medicaid Transportation GRITS

    Non-emergency Medical Transportation is for Medicaid members who do not have access to free transportation that suits their medical needs and need to be transported to a Medicaid covered service.


  • MCCH Center for Health and Wellness

    Personal Training, Exercise Classes: Body Pump, Cardio Kickboxing, Cardio Toning, Core Essentials, Fit for Life, Karate, Spin, Yoga, Boxing, Zumba; Nutrition Wellness, Pool Aquatics, Massage Therapy, KidZone; Educational Sessions, Health Screenings


  • MCCH Anna Mae Owen Hospice House

    Medical support, Emotional and spiritual support, Education for patients, families and caregivers about the terminal illness and caring for a loved one at home; 24-hr access to hospice nurses, MD visitation, Grief support, Volunteer patient support, Minor homemaking services, Hospice aide services to help with bathing, dressing, changing linen on bed and other ADL assistance. Community resources from a trained medical social worker. Physical, occupational, speech and respiratory therapies, Private covered patio with ability for patient’s bed to be moved outdoors, Library services, Space for family members to gather for meals or time together, Enclosed playroom for small children, Outdoor gardens and walkways


  • MCCH Ambulance Service

    Ambulance Service; The mission of Murray-Calloway County Emergency Medical Services and its employees to provide the highest quality pre-hospital, advanced life support and basic life support emergency medical care to the citizens and visitors of Calloway County, Kentucky twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.


  • MCC Chamber of Commerce

    Rental Listings, Tourist/Relocate Information:Bussiness Association, professional association, economic development, advocacy, programs


  • Marine Recruiting

    Marine recruitment office


  • Mama Nancy’s Cabs

    Cab Company


  • Main Street Youth Center

    Main Street Youth Center is a free after school program for children in Murray, KY to attend. They offer food and drinks for the children to have after school and they also offer a safe place for them to do their homework, as well as relax. Their monthly budget comes from local donations. Main Street Youth Center also welcomes and accepts donations of any kind. All donations are tax deductible as according to the IRS.


  • M&M Cabs

    Cab Company


  • Lovett Auditorium

    Events, weddings, accessible seats


  • Lily Pad Learning Center

    The Lily Pad Learning Center is a childcare facility caring for children ages 6 weeks to after school aged children.


  • Life House

    Infant/Toddler help, Earn while you learn program, pregnancy testing, limited ultrasounds, Youth Development Program (abstinence based educational curriculum), Men specific program


  • Library – Community Patron Contact

    Murray State University Library


  • Landfill/Transfer Station

    Landfill transfer station.


  • LAMP Homeschool

    LAMP is a Christian support group in Calloway County Kentucky for homeschooling families. We offer our members many activities, clubs, academic and social events throughout the year for the whole family to enjoy.


  • Lakes Center

    Behavioral Health Counseling Services: Adult Services; Children’s Services; Medical Services; Substance Abuse; Testing & Assessment; Case Management Services; Supported Employment; Behavior Support: Intellectual or Developmental Disability Respite Care: Intellectual or Developmental Disability; In-Home Supports; Outreach and Education; IMPACT; Crisis Services; Day Training Program; Consumer Operated Services; Housing Supports; Medicaid Waiver Programs; First Steps; Assertive Community; KY-Moms Maternal Assistance Toward Recovery; Consultation and Education; Employee Assistance Programs; Court Services; Hospital Services


  • KY SPIN (Special Parent Involvement Network)

    The mission of KY-SPIN, Inc. is to link families and individuals with disabilities to valuable resources that will enable them to live productive, fulfilling lives.


  • KY Relay Service Voice

    The purpose of TRS is to relay calls between deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired individuals who use a TTY, Captel or VCO to communicate on the telephone. TRS is a 24 hours a day, seven days a week service, allowing the consumer to “talk” to anyone, anytime, anywhere without having to worry about communication barriers.


  • KY Relay Service TDD/TTY

    The purpose of TRS is to relay calls between deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired individuals who use a TTY, Captel or VCO to communicate on the telephone. TRS is a 24 hours a day, seven days a week service, allowing the consumer to “talk” to anyone, anytime, anywhere without having to worry about communication barriers.


  • KY Relay Service Speech to Speech

    The purpose of TRS is to relay calls between deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired individuals who use a TTY, Captel or VCO to communicate on the telephone. TRS is a 24 hours a day, seven days a week service, allowing the consumer to “talk” to anyone, anytime, anywhere without having to worry about communication barriers.


  • KY Relay Service Spanish to Spanish

    The purpose of TRS is to relay calls between deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired individuals who use a TTY, Captel or VCO to communicate on the telephone. TRS is a 24 hours a day, seven days a week service, allowing the consumer to “talk” to anyone, anytime, anywhere without having to worry about communication barriers.


  • KY Regional Library for the Blind

    NLS is a free braille and talking book library service for people with temporary or permanent low vision, blindness, or a physical disability that prevents them from reading or holding the printed page.


  • KY Office of Vocational Rehabilitation

    To assist Kentuckians with disabilities to achieve suitable employment and independence.


  • Manpower

    Career Resources and Employer Resources


  • Kentucky Career Center

    Career & Vocational Counseling


  • KY Office for the Blind

    The mission of the Kentucky Office for the Blind is to provide opportunities for employment and independence to individuals with visual disabilities. We serve Kentuckians who are visually impaired or blind and assist individuals in obtaining and maintaining employment, economic self-sufficiency and independence with complete integration into society.


  • KY Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

    Interpreting/CART, Equipment, Information & Advocacy


  • Kroger

    Pharmacy and Grocery Store


  • Kirksey Post Office

    Post Office


  • Kingdom Kids Learning Center

    Child care/day care/ preschool


  • KET’s GED Connection

    GED connection episodes to help with acquiring a GED


  • Kentucky Veterans Directed Care

    Veteran-Directed Home and Community Based Services gives Veterans of all ages the opportunity to receive the Home and Community Based Services they need in a consumer-directed way. Veteran-Directed Care is for Veterans who need skilled services, case management, and assistance with activities of daily living (e.g., bathing and getting dressed) or instrumental activities of daily living (e.g., fixing meals and taking medicines); are isolated or their caregiver is experiencing burden.


  • Kentucky State Police Post

    State Police Department


  • Kentucky Office of Employment and Training (Paducah Career Center)

    Disabled Veterans Outreach Program, Veterans Programs, Blind Services, Unemployment services, vocational rehabilitation, Local Veterans Employment Representative


  • Kentucky Housing Corporation

    Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) invests in affordable housing solutions by offering programs and services designed to develop, preserve, and sustain affordable housing throughout the state.


  • Kentucky Highway Department

    Transportation Cabinet


  • Kentucky Farm Workers Program

    Can assist people who has done farm work in past (2) years (the criteria is very broad so contact the number below to find if your eligible). Contact: Miranda Norworthy


  • Kentucky Assistive Technology Loan Corporation

    The Kentucky Assistive Technology Loan Corporation (KATLC) offers low interest loans for qualified applicants with disabilities who need assistive technology.


  • Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America

    Advocacy, support groups and one on one support programs, career programs, mental health programs, research


  • Intrepid USA Home Care

    Skilled Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Medical Social Worker, Home Health Aide


  • Humane Society-Calloway County

    Animal Assistance Program, Obedience Classes, Humane Education, Good Samaritan Program, Dog Adoption Program, Feral Cat Program, Fixed Spray/Neuter Assistance, Pet Assisted Therapy, Pet First Aid, Pet Loss Support, PetSafe Domestic Violence Support


  • HUD

    Housing Assistance


  • Housing Authority of Murray

    Housing – Low Income/Elderly/Disabled, ellis center, resident activities, head start program, computer learning center, newsletter


  • Hope Harbor Church

    Celebrate Recovery: Tuesdays @ 6:30 P.M.


  • Home Health Plus

    Skilled Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Medical Social Worker, Home Health Aide


  • Holly Green RV Park

    Rv Campground


  • Higher Praise Christian Child Care Learning Center

    Child care/day care/ preschool


  • Hickory Woods

    Hickory Woods Senior Living Community offers Independent Villas, Assisted living, and Memory Care for seniors.


  • Heritage Manor Health Care

    From intensive short term rehabilitation therapy to longer-term restorative care, our Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers provide a full range of nursing care and social services to treat and support each of our patients and residents. We treat a variety of conditions and provide an array of services including, but not limited to: Respiratory conditions such as pneumonia and post-acute COPD episodes, Cardiac conditions and post surgical care (grafts, valves, stints), Wound, Stroke, Orthopedic, Neurological illnesses, Diabetes


  • Hearing Center (Speech and Hearing Clinic)

    Hearing evaluations, central auditory processing evaluations, speech and language evaluations, intervention with adults and children with communication difficulties


  • Hazel Post Office

    Post Office


  • Hardin Baptist Church

    Samaritan’s Food Pantry provides food & basic necessities for people in need on a weekly basis. The Samaritan’s Pantry is open every Wednesday from 4:00pm – 6:00pm, and orders are due by the Tuesday before. Threads of Hope is our clothing closet that allows people to shop free of charge for their whole family. Threads of Hope is open every Wednesday from 3:00pm-5:00pm. Our counseling men and women love helping people work out problems in living, and are here to help people break the bondage of sin through the gospel of Jesus Christ. If you need to set up an appointment with one of our counselors please contact them directly: Joey Adair @ 270-978-1148 or Joetta Kelly @ 270-293-6733.


  • Green Solutions (Curb Pickups)

    Calloway County’s Curbside Recycling Service


  • Green Acres Health Care

    Privately owned skilled nursing facility


  • Goodwill

    For profit thrift store


  • Golden Pond Planetarium and Observatory

    Programs correlate with Kentucky and Tennessee educational standards, night sky creation, laser shows, Telescope, Astronomy


  • Glendale Road Church of Christ

    Food assistance


  • Girl Scouts

    Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.


  • Fuller Center

    Behavioral Health Counseling Services: Adult Services; Children’s Services; Medical Services; Substance Abuse; Testing & Assessment; Case Management Services; Supported Employment; Behavior Support: Intellectual or Developmental Disability Respite Care: Intellectual or Developmental Disability; In-Home Supports; Outreach and Education; IMPACT; Crisis Services; Day Training Program; Consumer Operated Services; Housing Supports; Medicaid Waiver Programs; First Steps; Assertive Community; KY-Moms Maternal Assistance Toward Recovery; Consultation and Education; Employee Assistance Programs; Court Services; Hospital Services


  • Froggy 103.7fm

    Radio Station


  • First Steps

    _First Steps is a statewide early intervention system that provides services to children with developmental disabilities from birth to age 3 and their families. First Steps is Kentucky’s response to the federal Infant-Toddler Program. First Steps offers comprehensive services through a variety of community agencies and service disciplines and is administered by the Department for Public Health in the Cabinet for Health and Family Services.


  • First Baptist Church Mothers Day Out and Preschool

    Child care/day care/ preschool


  • Fern Terrace Lodge

    When assisted living is not enough and a nursing home is too much, FERN TERRACE of Murray is the place to live. Fern Terrace provides a warm, pleasant, and caring environment for the independent person needing assistance with activities of daily living. Includes: day room, private and semi-private rooms, has own park with petting zoo, stocked pond, and animal area.


  • Eye Care America and Lions Eye Health Program

    Eyecare information and help


  • Emerald Therapy Center

    Marriage Counseling; Anger Management; Addiction; DUI Classes; Depression Groups; Corporate Services; Parenting Classes; Grief Support; Custody Assessments; Health & Wellness; Classes; Life Coach; Mental Health Assessments; School Counseling; Art/Expression Therapy; Substance Abuse Treatment “Outpatient/Intensive Outpatient”; In-Home Therapy; Emerald Foundation (non-profit); JourneyPure Paducah


  • Eastwood Christian Academy

    Private Christian School for grades K4-13


  • Eastwood Baptist Church

    Reformers Unanimous held every Friday evening at 7 PM


  • Easter Seals West Kentucky

    Autism (ASD) Services, The Lily Pad, Children’s Services, Adult Services, Senior Services, Military & Veteran Services, Employment & Training, Medical Rehabilitation, Camping & Recreation


  • East Calloway Elementary

    Laker After-School Educational Resource, Public School


  • Relentless Strength & Fitness 24-7

    24/7 access to the facilities, Classes including Spin, Muay Thai, Taekwondo, StrongFit, Barbell, and Boxing


  • Division of Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation (DEEOIC)

    Our mission is to protect the interests of workers who were injured or became ill on the job, or their families, by making timely, appropriate, and accurate decisions on claims and providing prompt payment of benefits to eligible claimants.


  • Disabled American Veterans

    Benefits for disabled veterans


  • Dialog communications

    Data, voice, cloud services


  • Dexter Post Office

    Post Office


  • Dept. for Community Based Services

    Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Kentucky Transitional Assistance Program, Medicare/Medicaid, Child Care Assistance Program, government benefits


  • Department of Veteran’s Affairs

    Healthcare, Benefits, Resources


  • Department for Public Advocacy/Public Defender’s Office

    Public Defenders Office


  • Danette Morton-Page Psychologist

    Counseling


  • CVS

    Pharmacy


  • Curris Center

    Meeting Rooms, T-Room Cafeteria, Curris Cafe, Market 22, Book Store, Post Office, ATM, TV Lounge, Art Gallery


  • Cub Scouts Pack 57 – Murray, KY

    Pack 57 has over 30 boys; they’re in Murray Elementary, Calloway North, Murray Middle, and home schools.


  • Creative Beginnings Early Learning School, LLC

    Child care/day care/ preschool


  • Drug & Alcohol Hotline

    24/7 Drug or Alcohol Addiction Recovery Helpline


  • Domestic Violence Hotline

    Merryman House hotline for domestic violence


  • Court House

    Auto Registration, Register to Vote, Marriage License, Transfer Property, Record Property Documents, Notary, Apply for 911 Address, Environmental Planner, Register to Haul Trash, Get platts approved, Appeal appraised value of personal property, PVA, Calloway County Clerk, Calloway County Fiscal Court, County Judge Executive, County Treasurer, Deputy Judge Executive, County Planner and Finance Officer, DMV


  • Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)

    Court Appointed Special Advocate: CASA volunteers are community members just like you, who are appointed by judges to watch over and advocate for abused and neglected children. Volunteers stay with each case until it is closed and the child is placed in a safe, permanent home. For many abused children, their CASA will be the one constant adult the child knows as they navigate through the court system, providing much needed stability.


  • Corvette Lanes Bowling Alley

    Bowling Lanes, Arcade, Food Service, Birthday Parties


  • Community Living in Kentucky

    Positive Behavior Supports, ABA Therapy & Consultation Services, Outpatient Mental Health Services, Social Skills Groups, Speech Therapy


  • Community Alternatives of Kentucky

    HomeCare Services, Residential Services, Workforce Services, Pharmacy Services, Rest Assured® Telecare, Youth Services


  • Commonwealth Council on Developmental Disabilities

    To create systemic change that empowers individuals to achieve full citizenship and inclusion in the community through education, capacity building initiatives and strategic advocacy


  • Commonwealth Attorney

    Hotlines, Criminal, Civil, and Family; Scam Alerts


  • Code Enforcement

    The purpose of the Code Enforcement Board is to protect, promote and improve the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the City by providing an equitable, expeditious, effective and inexpensive method of ensuring compliance with ordinances in force within the City.


  • ClearPoint Credit Counseling

    Credit Counseling


  • City of Hazel

    City Headquarters


  • City Hall

    Utilities, property taxes, Mayor, Clerk, City Stickers, Murray Municipal, Human Resource, Planning & Engineering: Building Permits, Business License New/Change, Conditional Use/Variances, Demolition Permits, Maps, New Construction Inquiry, Plan Reviews, Sign Permits, Subdivision Regulations, Zoning; Storm water Department


  • Circus Skate

    Roller Skating, Birthday Room


  • Circuit Court Clerk

    Drivers License


  • Christian Fellowship

    Private Christian School for grades K4-12


  • Christian Child Care Center

    Child care/day care


  • Children with Special Healthcare Needs

    Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for Kentucky’s children with special health care needs through quality service, leadership, advocacy, education and collaboration. Regional office serving Ballard, Caldwell, Calloway, Carlisle, Crittenden, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, Livingston, Lyon, Marshall, McCracken, Trigg


  • Child Care Council of KY

    Child Care Assistance, Backpack food program, community resources


  • Child Care Aware

    Child Care, Health & Social Services, Financial Assistance, Children with Special Needs


  • Chestnut Park

    Basket Ball Courts, Ball Diamond, Walking Trail, Par 3 foot golf course


  • Child and Adult Abuse/Neglect Hotline

    Report Child abuse/adult abuse


  • Cherry Exposition Center

    Events, Meeting Rooms, Live Stock Stalls, Rear Entrance & Staging Areas, Indoor Arena


  • Cheri Theaters

    Movie Theatre


  • CFSB Center

    Events, Murray State Games and Graduations, Room Rentals


  • Center for Children with Special Needs

    Psychological and Diagnostic, School Consultations, International Consulting, ABA, Educational Evaluations, Feeding, Individual and Family Therapy, Program and Agency Consultation, Occupational Therapy Treatment


  • Center for Accessible Living

    Information and Referral, Advocacy, Independent Living Skills Training: Credit counseling, Assertiveness training, Adaptive cooking, Mobility training, Nutrition, Homemaking, Education opportunities, Communication skills; Peer Support, Youth Transition, Housing Assistance & Nursing Home Transition, Personal Care Attendant Program, Rampbuilders Program, Working While on Benefits, Deaf Services & Sign Language Interpretation, Hart Supported Living, Employment Assistance, Workforce Solutions: Presentations & Technical Assistance, First Impression Suit Closet, Equipment Loan & Marketplace, Accessible Murray


  • CCPS Little Lakers Family Resource Center

    Little Laker Harbour is the wrap-around childcare program which services students who attend Calloway County Preschool.


  • CCMS Laker Anchor Youth Service Center

    Back to School Blast, Smooth Sailing Day Camp, Reality Store, Backpack Food Program, Red Ribbon Week, Community Recycling, Hooked on Fishing, Clothing Closet, MSU College Day, Operation Preparation, Red Out Tailgate Party, All-Pro Dads Program, Santa Project, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Summer In the Park, Winter Blast Coat Giveaway, Kids First Dental Sealants, “Choosing the Best” Abstinence Program, Medical/ Dental Referrals, Attendance Team, Assemblies, Educational Support, And MORE!


  • CCHS Harbor Youth Services Center

    Referrals to health and social services, Employment counseling, training, placement, Summer and part-time job development, Counseling for drug and alcohol abuse, Counseling for family crisis and mental health, Basic needs and emergency assistance, School supplies, Clothes closet, Personal care products, Parenting skills and support, Above the Influence, Back to School Blast, Character Counts activities, Reality Store, Santa Project , Senior Interview Day, Summer Job Fair


  • Caring People Services

    Caring People Services provides care for seniors with health issues, the frail elderly, and the disabled of all ages in and around Paducah, Kentucky. SITTERS: who provide supervision and limited assistance in hospitals and nursing homes. This service is also available in assisted living facilities and private homes-but only at night in these settings. HOMEMAKERS: who provide basic housekeeping services, cooking, shopping, and errands. PERSONAL HELPERS: who assist with bathing, dressing, transfers, mobility, and incontinence care.


  • Caring and Sharing Center- Glendale Church of Christ

    Caring and Sharing Center- supplies clothes and household items to those in need, extended to offer bible study and a meal, Tuesdays from 5pm to 8pm. Food pantry Mondays from 8a-10a.


  • Career Services

    Career Handbook, Career Fairs, Career Shift Resources, Racer Tracks, Tip Sheets, Web Resources, Internships, Interview Tips, Job Search Tips, Resume Tips, KHEAA, Student Exchange


  • Calvert City Library

    Narcotics Anonymous closed meetings Wednesday at 6:30p


  • Calloway County Solid Waste

    Environmental Planner


  • Calloway County Sheriffs Department

    Police Department, Property Taxes, Sex Offender Search, Criminal Division, Process Unit, Warrants / EPOs, Auto Inspections, Evictions, Court Security, Community Services, School Resource Officers, Concealed Deadly Weapons, Reserve Unit – Volunteer, Animal Control Complaint, Animal Control Officer, Coroner


  • Calloway County Schools

    Calloway County School District


  • Calloway County School District Bus Garage

    Calloway County School District Bus Garage


  • Calloway County Public Library

    Books, Computers, Events, Clubs, Children’s Story Time, Applications and Resources, E-Books


  • Calloway County Preschool/Head Start

    Head start/Preschool


  • Calloway County Murray Vocational Center

    The primary purpose of area technology centers is to serve high school students by enhancing and expanding student career options that lead to continuation of education at the postsecondary level and/or successful employment upon graduation from high school. Includes: Automotive Technology, Carpentry, Culinary Arts, Health Sciences, Machine Tool Technology, Welding


  • Centerstone Military Services

    Classes for Providers, In-person Counseling, One On One Coaching, Online Classes, Online Groups, crisis line


  • Calloway County Middle School

    Public School


  • Calloway County Juvenile Services

    Legal Service


  • Calloway County Judicial Building

    Drivers License, Circuit Court, District Court, Parole, Probation, Pretrial Officer, Specialty Courts, Court Designated Worker Program


  • Calloway County Jail

    Calloway County Jail


  • Calloway County High School

    Public High School; Tennis Courts


  • Calloway County Health Department

    Clinical Services; WIC Education and Promotion; School Health; HANDS; Health Education and Promotion; Diabetes Education; Environmental Services; Emergency Preparedness; Community Resources


  • Calloway County Fire Rescue Squad

    fire department: responds to any reported fire, vehicle accident with injuries, hazardous material accidents, water rescues, trench rescues, high & low angle rope rescues, land and water searches, public information services, traffic control, and mutual aid with many surrounding agencies.


  • Calloway County Family Resource Center

    East Calloway Elementary. The Family Resource Center is available to any family with children up to age 12 in the Calloway County District. We encourage families to participate in the various activities held throughout the year. Services: Emergency / Crisis Aid, Substance Abuse Prevention, Community Referrals, Educational Services for Parents, Nutritional Information, Stress Management, Health Services Referrals, Child Care Referrals, Angel Clinic Referrals, Transportation Assistance, Some Financial Assistance, Lice Prevention


  • Calloway County Extension Office

    4-H, Ag and Natural Resources, Community and Economic Development, Family and Consumer Sciences, Classes, Clinics


  • Calloway County Day Treatment Center

    A specialized treatment and educational program for both male and female youths, ages 12-17 who present problems of pre-delinquent or delinquent behavior, family dysfunction, and are having difficulty in school.


  • Calloway County Clerk

    Auto Registration, Land Records


  • Calloway County Child Support Office

    Child Support Office


  • Calloway County Attorney

    Calloway Attorney


  • Calloway County Animal Shelter

    Pet Adoption, pet surrender


  • Calloway County Alternative Instructional Facility

    For students between the ages of 12-18 to provide a multi-faceted program that will motivate at-risk youth to remain in an educational setting.


  • Calloway County Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention

    Develop a data driven, long-term community strategy that is designed to reduce the incidence of substance abuse among youth and adults by utilizing research-based principles in prevention, intervention and treatment and by providing collaboration among coalition members and community partners.


  • Calloway County Adult Education

    CALLOWAY County Adult Education provides services such as adult education classes, GED preparation, family literacy instruction, English as a second language classes, workforce education and reading instruction for eligible Kentuckians.


  • Cabinet for Families and Children Ombudsman

    Child and family services, Food Assistance, home energy assistance, Kentucky Children’s Health Insurance Program, Kentucky weatherization assistance program, consumer complaints


  • Busy Bee’s Day Care

    Child Care Center/Day Care Center


  • Brookdale Senior Living

    Assisted living community, amenities: Pet Friendly, Library, Arts & Crafts Studio, Beauty/Barber Shop, Gardening/Greenhouse, Game Room, Postal Services, Computer/Internet Access, Porch


  • Briz Taxi Cab

    Cab company


  • Brier Creek Farms LLC

    Stall-board with full care, English riding lessons, horse training and showing programs


  • Boy Scouts

    Boy Scouts


  • BodyMods CrossFit

    CrossFit, Kids CrossFit


  • BHG Paducah Treatment Center

    ADDICTION COUNSELING, MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT PROGRAMS, OFFICE-BASED OPIOID TREATMENT


  • Behavioral Support Service LLC

    Support for Development Disabled


  • Behavioral Management, LLC

    Addiction treatment center


  • Barkley Regional Airport

    Airport: call 1-800-241-6522 for flight information through United Airlines, 270-744-8686 for flying lessons, fuel, plane storage


  • AT&T

    Internet, tv, phones


  • Army National Guard Recruiting

    Recruitment for Military


  • ARC of Kentucky

    Advocacy, education, and resources for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities


  • Arbor Place of Puryear

    Nursing Home


  • Apple Tree School

    Child Care Center/Day Care Center


  • Any Emergency

    Emergency line for any emergency


  • Angels Community Clinic

    The Angels Community Clinic fills a critical gap by providing free basic medical care to the working, uninsured of Calloway County. Includes clinic and pharmacy,


  • Angel’s Attic

    Angels Attic Thrift Shop sells donated items to fund the Angels Community Clinic and the Gentry House for homeless families and assist other agencies.


  • AMVETS

    To enhance and safeguard the entitlements for all American Veterans who have served honorably and to improve the quality of life for them, their families, and the communities where they live through leadership, advocacy and services.


  • Amtrak Rail (Fulton)

    Train station


  • American Red Cross Disaster WKY Chapter

    Following a disaster, Red Cross disaster relief meets people’s immediate disaster-caused needs for food, clothing, shelter and emotional support. Pillowcare Project, Training for DAT volunteers. Red Cross sets up shelters, provides blankets, crisis counseling, food and water, and much more. Trained Red Cross Health Services and Mental Health Services workers provide crucial physical and emotional support to help people deal with severe stress that accompanies tragedy and loss.


  • American Legion

    Veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness.


  • Alzheimer’s & Other Dementia Support Group for Caregivers

    The Alzheimer’s & Other Dementia Support Group for Caregivers meets every 1st Thursday of each month from 10:00-11:00am in the Kelleher Room. This support group is designed with caregivers in mind, but all are welcome! Gerry Mellon is the facilitator. A variety of resource materials on Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias is available upon request.


  • American Diabetes Association

    Information, Advocacy, Helpline, Resources


  • Air Force, Army, Naval Recruiting

    Military recruiting


  • Adult Abuse Hotline

    Elder abuse and patient abuse reporting


  • Accounting Department (Senior Tax Help)

    Senior Tax Aide Programs


  • AARP Tax Help

    Senior Tax Aide Programs


  • A Place Called Home

    Home Healthcare


  • Western Kentucky Intergroup Of Alcoholics Anonymous

    Information about A.A. and a conduit between local, district, state or national A.A. committees.


  • The Bed Ministry Jerry Newsome

    The Bed Ministry to construct and deliver beds to families in need.


  • Mayfield Meals on Wheels

    Food assistance for those in need


  • Mayfield Urban Housing (USDA-Rural Housing)

    Help with leaky roofs, ramps etc.


  • Fern Terrace of Mayfield KY

    Assisted living personal care home


  • Mayfield Plaza Apartments

    HUD Subsidized Housing complex


  • Spectrum

    Television Service Providers, Internet Service Providers, Home Automation


  • Local Net

    Internet, Cable, and Telephone


  • AT&T

    Internet, Cable, and Telephone; Discount Internet for people receiving snap benefits.


  • Symsonia Water District

    Water Service


  • Sedalia Water District

    Water Service


  • Hickory Water District

    Water Service


  • Hardeman Water District

    Water Service


  • South Graves Water District

    Water Service


  • Fancy Farm Water District

    Water Service


  • Bell South Telephone

    Internet, Cable, and Telephone


  • West Kentucky Rural Telephone

    Internet, Cable, and Telephone


  • West Kentucky Rural Electric

    Electric service


  • Tennessee Valley Authority

    Electric service


  • Mayfield Electric & Water

    Electric and Water Service


  • Atmos Energy

    Electric Service


  • Support Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)

    Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) helps veterans and their families gain access to resources needed for permanent housing. These services are available to low and very-low income veteran households where the family is at risk for homelessness or is homeless. The program is provided free of charge through a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs. Services In Kentucky: Allen, Ballard, Barren, Calloway, Carlisle, Christian, Edmondson, Fulton, Graves, Hart, Hickman, Logan, Marshall, McCracken, Metcalfe, Monroe, Simpson, Todd, Trigg and Warren counties


  • Readjustment Counseling Services

    Vet Centers are community-based counseling centers that provide a wide range of social and psychological services including professional readjustment counseling to Veterans and families, military sexual trauma counseling, and bereavement counseling for families who experience an active duty death. Services include: Individual counseling, Group counseling, Family counseling for issues related to the readjustment of the Veteran, Bereavement counseling for families who experience an active duty death, VA medical benefit referral, VBA benefits referral, Employment counseling, guidance, and referrals, Alcohol/ substance abuse assessments and referrals, Information and referral to community resources, Military sexual trauma counseling & referral, and Outreach and Community education


  • Mesothelioma Veterans Center

    Information, Treatment, Assistance, Advocacy


  • Kentucky Department of Veteran’s Affairs

    Serving Veterans in the Commonwealth. That is our mission, our job, and our privilege. We work every day to make sure Kentucky’s 304,000 veterans and their families receive all the benefits and services they have earned. Here you will find information on benefits counseling, skilled long-term care at state veterans centers, dignified interment at state veterans cemeteries, health care, education, employment and special programs for women veterans, homeless veterans and others.


  • American Legion Post #26

    The American Legion Centennial Celebration is not only about honoring the past 100 years of our history, but also preparing to continue our legacy of service. Events and activities at posts all around the world will showcase The American Legion “Still Serving America.”


  • Republic Services

    Trash Collection Service


  • Quality Disposal

    Trash Collection Service


  • Mathis Trash Services

    Trash Collection Service


  • Mako Industries-Waste Systems

    Our specialty is roll-off service for the collection, processing and disposal of construction debris in the Purchase Area


  • Freedom Waste Services Landfill

    West Kentucky landfill is a EPD permitted non-hazardous solid waste landfill located in Graves County, Kentucky. The site has over 350 acres and currently has over 30 years of permitted airspace. The site is permitted to accept asbestos and special non-hazardous waste needing to be solidified. Services: Waste Disposal Site for Business, Residential, and Industrial. Commercial Services for : Graves, Calloway, Marshall, Ballard, Carlisle, Hickman and Fulton Counties in Kentucky. Also serving Northern Tennessee.


  • Mayfield/Graves Co. United Way

    central agency to donate and volunteer to local charities and organizations


  • Fulton County Transit Authority

    Public Transportation


  • Morningside Of Mayfield

    Assisted Living Senior Community


  • Social Security Administration of Mayfield

    Social security services, change your name,, Retirement, Disability, Medicare, Survivors, Supplemental Security Income, Retirement Estimator, After Incarceration, Appeal a Decision, Benefits Planner, Benefits Outside the U.S., Check Application or Appeal Status, Extra Help with Medicare, Prescription Drug Plan Costs, Explore the Benefits You May Be Due, Spouses Children, Children with Disabilities, Ticket to Work.


  • Mayfield/Graves Co. Community Education

    Community Education Resource


  • Mayfield/Graves Co. Art Guild

    Ice House Gallery, Raffle Quilt, Garbark, Art Guild, Gift Shop, Classes, Events, Gourd Festival, BAM, Laurel Oak Garden Club, Bike way


  • Department of Vocational Rehabilitation

    The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Branch, The Supported Employment/Community Rehabilitation Program Branch, The Rehabilitation Technology Branch, Twenty Four Job Placement Specialists, A coordinator of Job Placement services, A transition services coordinator, A Social Security/Ticket to Work program, The Program Planning and Development Branch, Project CASE Overview


  • Mayfield STAR Youth Services Center (Grades 6-12)

    We are here to serve and assist students and families by breaking down the barriers that stand between students and their education. These services include: Assistance with and referrals to health/social services, Drug and Alcohol abuse prevention and counseling, Employment counseling, training and placement, Family crisis and mental health counseling, Summer and part time job development, Assistance with any basic needs, Educational Support


  • Mayfield AREA TECHNOLOGY CENTER

    classes in business, Computerized Manufacturing and Machining, Construction Carpentry Technology, Electrical Technology, Health Sciences, Welding


  • Mayfield Middle

    Public School: Mayfield Independent Middle School


  • Mayfield High School

    Public School: Mayfield Independent High school


  • Mayfield FACE Family Resource Center (PK-5th Grade)

    We are here to serve and assist students and families by breaking down the barriers that stand between students and their education. These services include: Assistance with and referrals to health/social services, Drug and Alcohol abuse prevention and counseling, Employment counseling, training and placement, Family crisis and mental health counseling, Summer and part time job development, Assistance with any basic needs, Educational Support


  • Mayfield Headstart Preschool

    Public School: Mayfield Independent Headstart Preschool


  • Mayfield Elementary School

    Public School: Mayfield Independent Elementary School


  • Mayfield Board of Education

    Governing body of Mayfield Independent School System


  • Graves County Adult Education

    GED information, Adult Education, Skilled Craft Training Center


  • Graves County Highschool the Summit Youth Services Center

    They address a huge range of things, such as clothing, school supplies, help with home utilities, holiday assistance, counseling services, and other issues


  • Graves County Performing Arts Center

    We host numerous training events, meetings, and seminars throughout the year, but the heart of the PAC is our Fine Arts students and staff.


  • Graves County High School

    Public High school


  • Gateway Academy High School

    Alternative school serving grades 9-12


  • Family Ties Youth Services Center

    Direct services and referrals to community agencies in order to remove barriers to student success


  • Kentucky Cancer Program

    prevention & screening, tobacco cessation, patients & survivors, provider education


  • Wingo Family Resource Center

    They address a huge range of things, such as clothing, school supplies, help with home utilities, holiday assistance, counseling services, and other issues


  • Wingo Elementary

    Public Elementary


  • Symsonia Elementary

    Public Elementary


  • Sedalia Family Resource Center

    They address a huge range of things, such as clothing, school supplies, help with home utilities, holiday assistance, counseling services, and other issues


  • Mayfield Youth Development Center

    Alternative school serving grades 7-12


  • Lowes Family Resource Center

    They address a huge range of things, such as clothing, school supplies, help with home utilities, holiday assistance, counseling services, and other issues


  • Lowes Elementary

    Public Elementary


  • SAFE Family Resource Center

    SERVING SYMSONIA AND FARMINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: They address a huge range of things, such as clothing, school supplies, help with home utilities, holiday assistance, counseling services, and other issues


  • Fancy Farm Family Resource Center

    They address a huge range of things, such as clothing, school supplies, help with home utilities, holiday assistance, counseling services, and other issues


  • Central Elementary Family Resource Center

    They address a huge range of things, such as clothing, school supplies, help with home utilities, holiday assistance, counseling services, and other issues


  • Central Elementary

    Public Elementary


  • Graves County Head Start Office

    Preschool


  • Early Eagle Academy (ages 3-5)

    Preschool


  • Sedalia Elementary

    Public Elementary, Preschool


  • Graves County Middle School

    Public Middle School, Preschool


  • Farmington Elementary

    Public Elementary, Preschool


  • Fancy Farm Elementary

    Public Elementary, Preschool


  • Graves County Board of Education

    Governing body of the Graves County School district


  • Graves County Extension Office

    Classes, clubs, 4H, family and consumer sciences, community and economic development


  • Purchase Players CPAC

    Community performing arts, community plays


  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    Support group for recovering alcoholics.


  • Princess Theaters of Mayfield

    Movie Theatre


  • Mayfield Graves Country Club

    Club house, swimming pools, golf course, tennis courts


  • GRAVES COUNTY SOCCER ASSOCIATION

    Indoor soccer


  • YMCA

    Gym, indoor pool, outside play places, classes, summer camp, y’s guys, nursery


  • Rotary Club

    Networking, volunteer services


  • Lead Hotline – National Lead Information Center

    Lead information hotline


  • Food and Drug Administration

    Government body that regulates food and drugs


  • National Alliance on Mental Illness

    National Alliance on Mental Illness. Help Line, Advocacy, and Education


  • Narcotics Anonymous

    Support group for those recovering from a narcotics addiction.


  • Mental Health America of Kentucky

    Their purpose is to improve the accessibility and quality of mental health and substance use services through advocacy with local, state and federal policy-makers, education of the public, and promotion of research-based practices among providers.


  • Diabetes Support Group Meetings

    Contact Liz Choate from the Jackson Purchase Medical Center at 270-251-4100 for more information on meeting days and times.


  • Centerstone Mental Health Center

    IMPACT Plus provides behavioral health services to children and youth who are experiencing significant mental health problems. Services are provided to children, youth and their families. Therapy, care coordination and therapeutic support are provided in a convenient location. This is a short-term, intensive intervention program designed to support the child/adolescent and family. Also offer guardianship and representative payee services.


  • Chrysalis House

    Drug treatment facility. Services include: domestic violence counseling, employment, education, and housing assistance, health & wellness, and children’s services for children of parents staying at facility.


  • Cancer Information Service

    provide accurate, up-to-date, and reliable information on cancer that is easy to understand. Our trained information specialists provide personalized responses to a range of cancer questions.


  • Bluegrass Mental Health Counseling

    24 hr help line, Mental Health, Substance Use, IDD, Emergency Services, Deaf and Hard Hearing Services.


  • ASAP-Agency for Substance Abuse Policy/ Prevention

    GC-ASAP believes drug abuse is a preventable behavior and drug addiction is a treatable illness. We partner with schools, law enforcement, businesses, religious organizations, parents, youth, city/county government, social agencies, organizations, and other community members in recognizing problems, identifying potential solutions, and implementing those strategies. We include key community leaders as essential sources of influence and resources, greatly enhancing the coalition’s ability to develop and implement its vision.


  • Williams Christian Counseling

    Williams Christian Counseling exists to meet the outpatient mental health needs of those who value Christianity. Counseling services will be provided with the highest levels of quality and confidentiality. Visit their website for more information on the services that they provide.


  • Addiction Center

    Educational and information website where you can speak with an expert or have an expert contact you confidentially 24/7. Can search for rehab facilities by state. Provides educational information on alcohol, drugs, and treatment options.


  • Women’s Cancer Screening

    The Kentucky Women’s Cancer Screening Program of the Department for Public Health provides breast and cervical screening and follow-up services, professional education, public education, outreach, quality assurance and surveillance. Screening and follow-up services are provided by local health care professionals through contracts with local health departments.


  • State Health Insurance Assistance Program

    One-on-one counseling by telephone or in person; Presentations to community groups; Printed educational and informational materials; and Referrals (connections to other agencies).


  • St. Vincent DePaul Society

    Thrift store selling clothes, giving away food, and assisting with bills. Please bring I.D., proof of income, and social security cards for all household residents. Transportation Assistance


  • Medicaid Member Services

    Hotline for Medicaid members to ask about services and have their questions answered.


  • KY HIV-AIDS Program

    Hotline, Care Coordinator Program, Financial Assistance Programs


  • KPAP Kentucky Prescription Assistance Program

    As a resident of Kentucky, you and your family have access to a statewide Prescription Assistance Program (PAP).


  • Jackson Purchase Medical Center

    Aesthetic Services, Behavioral Health, Chest Pain Center, Clinical Nutrition, Clinical Services, Critical Care, Diabetes, Emergency, Endoscopic Ultrasound, Heart and Lung, Infection Control, Lab and Pathology, Mammography, Medical-Surgical Nursing, New Beginnings Birthing Center, Pharmacy, Web Nursery, Non-Clinical Services, Pediatrics, Pediatric Cardiology, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Radiology, Surgery, Urgent Care, Wound Care


  • Health Access Nurturing Development Services (H.A.N.D.S)

    Families receive information and learn about community resources for new parents. Some will receive support through home visitation. H.A.N.D.S. provides home visits to first-time, new and expectant moms and/or dads. Participation in H.A.N.D.S. can begin during pregnancy or anytime before a child is 3 months old. This service is voluntary and at no cost to families. If you are interested in learning more about this program for first-time and multi-gravida mothers, contact the Graves County Health Department at (270) 247-3553.


  • Diabetes Self-Management Education Classes (F.E.E.T.)

    We are here to help bridge the gap between you and your physician. Got questions? Concerns? Need assistance? Want to know more about Diabetes, A1C levels, controlling your blood sugars, or what is recommended that you eat? This is the group for you! Our staff consists of a Registered Nurse, Registered Dietitians, and numerous Community Health Workers. Come join the Group!


  • Diabetes Prevention Program

    Life Style Change Program is part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It features an approach that is proven to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes and includes: Trained lifestyle coach, CDC-approved curriculum, Group support, 16 weekly meetings, and 6 monthly follow-up meetings.


  • U.S. Senator-Rand Paul

    Elected Official, US Senator for Kentucky.


  • U.S. Senator-Mitch McConnell

    Elected Official, US Senator for Kentucky.


  • U.S. Representative -James Comer

    Elected Official, U.S. Representative for Kentucky’s 1st District


  • U.S. Attorney

    Responsible for prosecuting federal crimes in the District including offenses such as terrorism, child exploitation, violent crime, financial fraud, health care fraud, narcotics, human trafficking and public corruption. The office also defends the United States in civil law suits and seeks to recover assets from fraud committed against the United States. The Office works with federal, state, and local law enforcement to protect and serve the District.


  • Wingo Post Office

    Bulk Mail Acceptance, Bulk Mail Account Balance, Bulk Mail New Permit, Burial Flags, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), PO Box Online, Pickup Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®.


  • Water Valley Post Office

    Burial Flags, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), PO Box Online, Pickup Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®.


  • Symsonia Post Office

    Bulk Mail Acceptance ,Bulk Mail Account Balance, Bulk Mail New Permit, Burial Flags, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps General Delivery, Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry) Money Orders (International), PO Box Online, Pickup Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®.


  • Sedalia Post Office

    Bulk Mail Acceptance, Bulk Mail Account Balance, Bulk Mail New Permit, Burial Flags, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), PO Box Online, Pickup Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®.


  • Melber Post Office

    Burial Flags, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery, Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), PO Box Online, Pickup Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®.


  • Mayfield Post Office

    Bulk Mail Acceptance, Bulk Mail Account Balance, Bulk Mail New Permit, Burial Flags, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery, Greeting Card Services, Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), PO Box Online Passport Photo, Pickup Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®, Sure Money.


  • Lowes Post Office

    Burial Flags, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), PO Box Online, Pickup Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®


  • Hickory Post Office

    Bulk Mail Acceptance, Bulk Mail Account Balance, Bulk Mail New Permit, Burial Flags, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), PO Box Online, Pickup Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®.


  • Farmington Post Office

    Burial Flags, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), PO Box Online, Pickup Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®.


  • Fancy Farm Post Office

    Bulk Mail Acceptance, Bulk Mail, Account Balance, Bulk Mail New, Permit, Burial Flags, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery, Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), PO Box Online, Pickup Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International®.


  • Boaz Post Office

    On-Site Services, Burial Flags, Business Reply Mail Account Balance, Business Reply Mail New Permit, Duck Stamps, General Delivery, Money Orders (Domestic), Money Orders (Inquiry), Money Orders (International), P.O. Box Online, Pickup Accountable Mail, Pickup Hold Mail, Priority Mail International.


  • Senator District 1-Stan Humphries

    Elected Official: see website for list of committees.


  • State Legislator-Richard Heath

    Elected Official: see website for list of committees.


  • Mayfield Housing Authority

    Public housing, section eight housing voucher’s, Davies Apartments.


  • Wm. H. Fuller Substance Abuse Treatment Center

    Intensive Outpatient Program for adults with substance use problems; The treatment includes individual and group therapy, as well as initial introduction in self-help groups and activities of daily living.


  • Western State Hospital

    Acute care adult psychiatric facility, screening, treatment, and support programs.


  • West Kentucky Drug and Alcohol Intervention Services, Inc

    Court mandated dui, anger management, and battery programs


  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    Crisis line for suicide prevention. Offers specific resources for Youth, Disaster Survivors Disaster Survivors, Native Americans Native Americans, Veterans, Loss Survivors, LGBTQ, Attempt Survivors, Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Ayuda En Español


  • Greenhouse 17 (bluegrass domestic violence)

    Hotline for spousal abuse.


  • Mountain Comprehensive Care Center

    Crisis line for rape victims. Addictions Services, Adult Behavioral Health, Children’s Behavioral Health, Crisis Services, Developmental/Intellectual Disability Services, Healing Program, HomePlace Clinic, Housing, Therapeutic Foster Care, Day Training / Greenhouses, Runaway and Homeless Youth


  • National Sexual Assault Hotline

    Hotline for victims of sexual assault.


  • Merryman House Domestic Crisis

    24-hour crisis line, 24-hour emergency shelter, Lethality Assessment Program, Assistance with Emergency Protective Orders, Medical advocacy, Crisis Counseling for adults and children, Relocation Services, Mental health support, Support groups, Comprehensive Case Management, Psychoeducation, Financial Assistance, Housing Search and Placement, Financial Literacy Classes/Economic, Empowerment, Transportation, Resource connection and referrals, Children’s services, Housing case management, Housing stabilization, Credit repair, Micro-loan programs/Savings plans, On-going case management and support


  • Home Health Agency Hotline

    Hotline for Home Health Agency.


  • Child Support Voice Response System

    Voice Response System for child support enforcement hotline.


  • Child Support Enforcement

    Hotline for child support enforcement.


  • Cabinet for Health & Family Services Secretary’s Office

    The mission of CHFS is to deliver quality services that enhance the health, safety, and wellbeing of all people in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. To become a recognized national leader in state-level health and human services through continuous quality improvement and accountability by: Improving delivery of health and family services through quality customer service, Promoting individual self-sufficiency and community sustainability for the betterment of the vulnerable population, Fostering higher health awareness through education that engages all individuals and communities, Enhancing use of technology to increase service efficiency and effectiveness, Educating, empowering, and deploying a highly skilled workforce.


  • Adult or Child Protection Hotline

    Adult or Child Protection Hotline.


  • Graves County Sheriff’s Office


  • Graves County Road Department

    Road Department Located in Graves County.


  • Graves County Judge Executive

    Judge executive in Graves County. Oversees the Fiscal Court.


  • Graves County Jailor

    Mission: To protect the citizens of Mayfield and Graves County and to provide a safe, secure and humane environment for the staff and offenders; in carrying out the mandates of the legislative and judicial process. Inmates will be afforded programs to prepare them for their return to the community.


  • Graves County Health Department

    Family Planning, Cancer Screening, Immunizations, STD/HIV Testing, WIC/Nutrition Services, TB Testing, Adult Services, HANDS, School Health, Education & Prevention, Children’s Health Services; Education: STD, Tobacco, Breastfeeding, Breast and Cervical Cancer, Diabetes, Go 365 by Humana, Adolescent Health, Get Fit Graves; Public Health Services: Restaurant Ratings, Animal Bites, Emergency Preparedness, Food Preparation, Food Recalls, Hotel/Motel Guidelines, Medical Reserve Corps, Mosquito Control, Nuisance Complaints, On-Site Sewage, Plumbing Inspector, Private Water Samples, Swimming Pool Guidelines, Tattoo and Body Piercing Guidelines.


  • Graves County District Judge

    District Court is the court of limited jurisdiction and handles juvenile matters, city and county ordinances, misdemeanors, violations, traffic offenses, probate of wills, arraignments, felony probable cause hearings, small claims involving $2,500 or less, civil cases involving $5,000 or less, voluntary and involuntary mental commitments and cases relating to domestic violence and abuse. District judges serve four-year terms.


  • Graves County Coroner

    Coroner for Graves County.


  • Graves County Circuit Judge

    Circuit Judge in Graves County. Circuit Court is the court of general jurisdiction that hears civil matters involving more than $5,000, capital offenses and felonies, land dispute title cases and contested probate cases. Circuit Court has the power to issue injunctions, writs of prohibition and writs of mandamus and to hear appeals from District Court and administrative agencies. Also includes a Division of Circuit Court, Family Court provides one judge to hear all of a family’s issues relating to divorce, child custody, adoption, termination of parental rights, domestic violence, child abuse and neglect.


  • Graves County Clerk

    County Clerk’s office: Motor Vehicle, Voter Registration, Delinquent Taxes, Legal Records


  • Graves County Attorney

    County Attorney in Graves County.


  • Graves Circuit Clerk

    The court of general jurisdiction that hears civil matters involving more than $5,000, capital offenses and felonies, land dispute title cases and contested probate cases. Circuit Court has the power to issue injunctions, writs of prohibition and writs of mandamus and to hear appeals from District Court and administrative agencies. As a division of Circuit Court with general jurisdiction, the family court division of Circuit Court further retains primary jurisdiction in cases involving dissolution of marriage; child custody; visitation; maintenance and support; equitable distribution of property in dissolution cases; adoption; and, termination of parental rights. In addition to general jurisdiction of Circuit Court, the family court division of Circuit Court, concurrent with the District Court, has jurisdiction over proceedings involving domestic violence and abuse; the Uniform Act on Paternity and the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act; dependency, neglect, and abuse; and, juvenile status offenses.


  • Wingo City Police Department

    Police Department located in Wingo, KY


  • Mayfield Police Department

    Police Department located in Mayfield, KY


  • Mayfield Graves County Senior Citizens Center

    Senior Citizen Center located in Mayfield, KY


  • Mayfield Graves County Fire/Ambulance Service

    Fire and Ambulance Services in Mayfield, KY


  • Mayfield City Hall

    Mayfield City Hall. Mayor’s office, City Clerk, City Council, Office of Planning, Public Works, Parks and Recreation, Licensing


  • WIC GC Health Department

    Women, Infant, and Children Food Assistance Program


  • St. Mary’s Catholic Church

    Food Pantry.


  • Melber Baptist Church

    Food Pantry.


  • First Assembly of God

    Food Pantry.


  • Little way pregnancy resource center

    Information service for pregnant women and men, free pregnancy tests and ultrasounds.


  • KY Safe Infants

    Counseling, Referrals to needed services such as housing assistance, parenting skills or counseling, Food stamps, Kentucky Transitional Assistance Program (K-TAP), Medical Cards, Kentucky Children’s, Health Insurance Program (KCHIP), Child-care assistance, Help with getting child support, Adoption information


  • Spouse Abuse

    Hotline for battered women.


  • Adoption Program

    Adoption and fostering, Adoption hotline, Special Needs Adoption


  • SIDS “Safe to Sleep” Campaign

    Helpline, information and materials


  • Protection & Advocacy

    Information & Referrals, Case Representation, Training & Outreach, Online Intake Form, Transition Resources


  • Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky

    Helpline, Advocacy, trainings, parent education


  • Mayfield/ Graves Co. Child Advocacy

    Court advocacy for abused and neglected children (CASA), Building Healthy Relationships


  • Kentucky Domestic Violence Association

    Provides a strong, statewide voice on behalf of survivors and their children. KCADV administers $9.5 million in state and federal funds to its 15 member programs, runs a Certification Program for all domestic violence program staff including 30 hours of classroom instruction, and operates an Economic Empowerment Program serving survivors across the state. KCADV also advocates on domestic violence-related issues at the state and federal levels, coordinates an annual conference with the Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault programs, and provides resources, training, and technical assistance to its member programs.


  • Opportunities for life

    Hotline for crisis pregnancy situations


  • Lighthouse Women’s and Children’s Shelter

    Homeless shelter for women and children


  • Hope Pregnancy Center

    Earn While You Learn, pregnancy testing, std/sti testing, limited ultrasounds, referrals, pregnancy option information, abstinence education, fatherhood empowerment


  • Graves/Marshall Early Childhood Council

    Council to Community: “Leaping Into Learning” is the focus of the Graves/Marshall Council by: Expanding training opportunities and resources for families, promoting school readiness throughout the community to encourage parents to be involved in their child’s education through the use of the five developmental domains; Supporting learning environments by providing access to professional development in the areas of general knowledge/math and strengthening family engagement; Encouraging STARS growth and involvement; Disseminating the Early Childhood Profile data in an effort to educate the Council’s communities about the areas of need in regards to school readiness.


  • Generations Adult Day Services

    Social Interaction, Medical Supervision by a RN or LPN, Nutritional Meals, Personal Care, Emotional, Spiritual, and Physical support, Case Management


  • Foster Care Information

    Information: Protection and Permancy


  • Domestic Violence Prevention Board

    Focuses on Domestic Violence Prevention


  • Consumer Product Safety Commission

    Hotline


  • Bethlehem Baptist Church

    Food Pantry.


  • Family Support DCBS

    Food stamps, medical, welfare, etc.


  • Child Watch Children’s Advocacy Center, Inc.

    Free counseling for abused children, counseling for other children, child abuse prevention education program, community awareness program, kids in crisis advocacy program. Serves the Purchase Area.


  • Child Care Assistance Program

    Hotline


  • Bluegrass First Steps

    Hotline


  • Battered Women Justice Project

    Domestic Violence Help, Advocacy, Information, Crisis Information


  • Annie Gardner Foundation

    Support primarily for the disadvantaged, including grants for rent, medical care, clothing, and other necessities; also awards educational loans, maximum of $3,000 and $4,000 per-year for undergraduate and graduate students of Graves County High School or Mayfield High School in Kentucky. Students attending summer school may receive an additional $500.


  • Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation

    Employment services, referrals to employment programs


  • J. U. Kevil Center

    Disability Services funded in part through Kevil Korner Thrift Store. Day Training Program is designed to nurture existing skills as well as teach new ones that increase independent functioning. Classroom and educational opportunities at the Center are combined with activities in a variety of community settings to accomplish this goal. Adult Day Training program is the opportunity to work. Community based and supported employment services for those that meet criteria.


  • Heart to Hand

    Thrift Store


  • West KY Allied Services

    Alzheimer’s Disease Respite Program – Provides temporary respite for caregivers who are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease. Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) – Provides services to address poverty based on community need. Energy Assistance – Subsidy/Crisis Programs help maintain family stability. Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) – Emergency food, clothing and housing services. Home Care – Provides in-home services to increase the independence of those who are home-bound or at high risk of nursing home placement. Purchase Employment Program – Monies provided by ARRA to provide employment opportunities to low income people. Senior Community Services Employment Program – Provides participants 55+ years of age the opportunity to enter an on-the-job training experience. Senior Medicare Patrol – Empowers seniors to prevent Medicare abuse and fraud through education and advocacy programs. Weatherization – Winterizes homes to lower energy consumption and heating costs. WinterCare – Assists those in need with their utility bills


  • Purchase Area Development District

    Aging and Disability Resource Market, Elder Abuse Prevention Awareness, Family Caregiver Support Program, Kentucky Caregiver Support Program, Long-Term Care Ombudsman Services, Senior Community Services Employment Program, State Health Insurance Program, Kentucky Homecare Program, Consumer-Directed Options


  • Mayfield Graves Co. Chamber of Commerce

    Enhances business prosperity through promotion, advocacy and education for our members. Job postings, rental list, provides promotional and educational opportunities for our membership.


  • Graves County Public Library

    Public Library, InterLibrary Loan, book clubs, Paws to Read, Story Hour, Family Movie Night, Daughter Date Night, Lego Night


  • Mayfield Graves County Needline and Food Pantry

    Food assistance for those in need


  • Mayfield-Graves County Animal Shelter

    Rescue, Shelter homeless animals, adopt animals, euthanize


  • American Red Cross – Paducah

    Provides shelter, food, health and mental health services to help families and entire communities get back on their feet after a natural disaster. Helps military members, veterans and their families prepare for, cope with, and respond to the challenges of military service. Donate blood. The nation’s leading provider of health and safety courses, such as CPR, First Aid and Lifeguard training.


  • 1-800-Children (Crisis for Parents)

    Helpline for parents


  • Starfish Orphan Ministries

    Starfish Orphan Ministry now serves hundreds of single-parent households in the western Kentucky area and has taken more than one-thousand individuals to serve orphans globally.


  • Housing Authority of Paducah

    The mission of the Housing Authority of Paducah is to assist qualified, responsible families and individuals, with safe, decent, and affordable housing opportunities as they strive to achieve or maintain self-sufficiency and improve the quality of their lives while treating the residents with dignity and respect.


  • Orr Medical

    Home Medical Equipment


  • Mercy Housing, McAuley Village Senior Properties

    Affordable, independent housing communities (HUD funded) for individuals 62 and over.


  • Purchase Area Training Center

    Education and skill training services


  • Paducah Career Center

    Unemployment Services, Vocational Rehabilitation, __Services provided include job seeker, veterans, training and employee


  • McCracken County Humane Society

    Adoption, Spay and Neuter Program, Health Records, Canine Behavior Assessment/Rescue Wagon, Humane Society, Boarding, Training of Shelter Animals, Community Education, Volunteer Program, Fostering of Animals, and Pod for Feral or Hard to Place Cats


  • McCracken County Public Library

    Wide variety of books to check out, Friends of the Library, Homebound/Outreach Services featuring genealogical research, downloadable e-books, audio books, and music; Meeting rooms available, children’s programs, resume builder, and in house genealogical information.


  • OTHER Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support – Class Taught by Licensed Health Professionals

    MD referral required. Classes meet the 1st Monday and Wednesday of each month. Call for scheduling dates, times, AND TO REGISTER.


  • OTHER Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support – Class Taught by Licensed Health Professionals

    Diabetes Academy – a 1 1/2 hr diabetes basics course/refresher course hosted at the McCracken Public Library quarterly from 6p-7:30 p.m.


  • Nationally “Recognized” or “Accredited” Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support Class

    DIABETES EDUCATION PROGRAM’. Call for scheduling dates, times, AND TO REGISTER.


  • Nationally “Recognized” or “Accredited” Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support Class

    DIABETES EDUCATION PROGRAM’. Call for scheduling dates, times, AND TO REGISTER.


  • Nationally “Recognized” or “Accredited” Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support Class

    HEALTHY LIVING WITH DIABETES’ Call for scheduling times, days, AND TO REGISTER.


  • Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) (Dietitians)

    Call for scheduling dates, times AND TO REGISTER.


  • Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) (Dietitians)

    Call for scheduling dates, times AND TO REGISTER.


  • Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) (Dietitians)

    Accepts Medicare, private insurance and self-pay. Nutrition and diabetes education.


  • Diabetes Prevention Program/DPP Organizations

    This year-long program includes 16 sessions the first 6 months & 6-8 sessions the last 6 months. Also see the “DPP NEW CLASS INFORMATION” category for start- up dates and locations for NEW DPP class offerings (updated monthly).Participation only open to Baptist Health-Paducah employees. CALL TO REGISTER.


  • McCracken County Extension Office

    4-H Youth Development, horticulture, Family and Consumer Sciences, Agricultural Resources, SNAP Education, and a variety of free educational classes on cooking, sewing, money management, and many others.


  • Paducah Head Start Preschool

    Preschool located in the city of Paducah.


  • Paducah Tilghman High School

    High school located in the city of Paducah.


  • Paducah Middle School

    Middle school located in the city of Paducah.


  • Morgan Elementary School

    Elementary school located in the city of Paducah.


  • McNabb Elementary School

    Elementary school located in the city of Paducah.


  • Clark Elementary School

    Elementary school located in the city of Paducah.


  • Paducah Public Schools

    City of Paducah schools.


  • Reidland Elementary School

    Elementary school serving the Reidland area in McCracken County.


  • Concord Elementary School

    Elementary school serving the Concord area in McCracken County.


  • Heath Elementary

    Elementary school serving the Heath area in McCracken County.


  • Hendron Lone Oak Elementary School

    Elementary school serving the Hendron-Lone Oak area in McCracken County.


  • Lone Oak Elementary School

    Elementary school serving the Lone Oak area in McCracken County.


  • Reidland Intermediate School

    Intermediate school serving the Reidland area in McCracken County.


  • Lone Oak Intermediate School

    Intermediate school serving the Lone Oak area in McCracken County.


  • Reidland Middle School

    Middle school serving the Reidland area in McCracken County.


  • Lone Oak Middle School

    Middle school serving the Lone Oak area in McCracken County.


  • Heath Middle School

    Middle school serving the Heath area in McCracken County.


  • McCracken County High School

    High school for McCracken County.


  • McCracken County Board of Education

    Board of education for McCracken County schools.


  • Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group

    Borders Community Room (by main entrance of Marshall Nemer Pavilion) First Thursday of the month at 5:30pm For families and friends affected by suicide loss.


  • Huntington’s Disease Support Group

    Borders Community Room (by main entrance of Marshall Nemer Pavilion) Sundays: February 4, May 6, August 5, November 4 2 – 4pm. csaliga@hdsa.org


  • Paducah Area Amputees in Action

    The Paducah Area Amputees in Action meets in the Lourdes Marshall Nemer Pavilion Rosenthal Room.


  • Paducah Area Mastectomy Association


  • Ostomy Association (Outpatient Diabetes Services)

    “Life with Diabetes” program with individual and group outpatient education


  • National Alliance on Mental Illness

    Meets every Thursday from 7-8:30 P.M. at the St. Matthew Lutheran Church. Provides a weekly support group for those with mental illness and their family.


  • Alzheimer’s Support Group

    Franciscan Room at Lourdes Hospital (hallway by Coffee Beanery), Third Thursday of the month from 11am-noon


  • Lourdes Hospice Support Group

    Lourdes Hospice support group meets in the Behavioral Health Meeting Room every Monday except for holidays.


  • Lourdes Childbirth Classes

    Meets every Monday from 6-8:30 P.M. Includes breathing and relaxation techniques, facts about pain management, medications, labor, birth, postpartum, breast feeding, and infant care. Includes tour of birthing center.


  • Parkinson’s Support Group

    Group meets in the Lourdes Marshall Nemer Pavilion Board Room. The group meets weekly, rotating between Lourdes and Baptist Health.


  • Overeaters Anonymous

    Spiritual program of recovery; no weigh ins, dues or fees. Meets in the Rosenthal Room.


  • Widowed Support Group (Now and Beyond)

    Grief support group for widows and widowers.  Meets in the Lourdes Marshall Nemer Pavilion Borders Community Room. 2nd Friday every month.


  • Hopeful Hearts

    A support group for women with cancer. Meets in the women’s center. Suite 210 in the Lourdes Marshall Nemer Pavilion.


  • Caring for the Caregiver

    Monday night of each month support group for individuals caring for a family member or a friend.  


  • Lourdes Cardiac Rehab

    Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery, Cardiac Thoracic and Vascular Conditions, CVI Milestones and Testimonials, Electrophysiology and Heart Devices, Structural Heart Disease, Testing and Treatment, Wellness and Prevention


  • Lourdes Breast Cancer Support Groups

    Breast Cancer Support group


  • Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

    Information, education, support


  • KY Caregiver Support Program

    Helps families with their roles as caregivers and helps Kentucky grandparents care for grandchildren.


  • Grief Share

    Grief support group Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. in room 216.


  • Coping Club

    Offers an extensive library of patient-generated videos for kids by kids to help them better understand their medical condition and share ways in which they have handled the stressors associated with their illness and hospitalization.


  • Coping with Cancer Club

    Cancer support group


  • Cooper Clayton Smoking Cessation

    Smoking cessation


  • Cancer Information Services

    Helpline, information


  • Celebrate Recovery

    Friday Nights at the Father’s House-recovery from chemical dependency, job loss, divorce, neglect, or abandonment in childhood, job loss, divorce, neglect, living with terminal illness,etc.


  • Baptist Health-Life with Diabetes

    Meets from 1-4 P.M on selected dates. Self-management diabetes classes.


  • Baptist Health Stroke Support Group

    Meets from 3-4:30 P.M. the first Monday of every month. Provides support for stroke survivors, caregivers, and family and friends.


  • Arthritis Caring Together

    Support group, meets from noon to 1 p.m. the first Monday of each month in the Baptist Heart Center conference room


  • Arthritis Foundation

    Information, resource finder, support groups, tools, helpline


  • American Heart Association

    Information, Advocacy, Resources, CPR & First Aid Training, ECC training


  • American Diabetes Association

    Helpline, information, Advocacy


  • American Cancer Society

    Helpline, Cancer Information, Breast Cancer Support, TLC Hair Loss & Mastectomy Products, Hope Lodge® Lodging, Rides To Treatment, Online Support Communities, Look Good Feel Better


  • Alzheimer’s Association Greater Kentucky and Southern Indiana Chapter

    Helpline, Care consultation, Support groups, alzconnected, Publications, Education programs, Professional training, Multilingual information, MedicAlert, Comfortzone, Local resources and referrals, TrialMatch®, On-line Videos, Caregiver Stress Checklist


  • Kentucky Regional Poison Center

    The Kentucky Poison Control Center of Norton Children’s Hospital reduces illness and death from poisoning. We educate the public about the dangers of poisoning and health professionals of the commonwealth in the area of toxicology.


  • Senior Medicare Patrol

    This program is designed to educate and empower beneficiaries to take an active role in the detection and prevention of health care fraud and abuse.


  • Retired and Senior Volunteer Program

    RSVP is a program of the Senior Corps, which is a network of programs that help older Americans to find opportunities to address community needs through service.


  • Paducah McCracken County Senior Citizen’s Center

    noon meals, Senior Exercise Class, Transportation to the Senior Center for lunch and activities, classes, activities, day trips., Health promotion and screenings, Nutrition and other educational presentations, Games, Volunteer Opportunities, Minor home repair for low income senior home-owners through E-Homes, Avoid Medicare Fraud through the Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP), Home delivered noon meals five days a week (“Meals on Wheels”),Transportation to doctors, pharmacies, grocery stores, Social Security,, etc., Telephone reassurance … a friendly call each week, Information about other, agencies providing services to seniors


  • Protection and Permanency

    Child and Adult protective services office


  • Department for the Blind

    Provides opportunities for employment and independence to individuals with visual disabilities.


  • Made to Stay

    Offers transportation for seniors and other senior services


  • GRITS

    Non-emergency Medical Transportation is for Medicaid members who do not have access to free transportation that suits their medical needs and need to be transported to a Medicaid covered service.


  • Greyhound Bus Station

    Greyhound Bus Station


  • Blue Dot Cab Company

    Cab Company


  • Chiz Cab

    Cab Company


  • Paducah Area Transit System

    Public transportation in Paducah, KY


  • Oscar Cross Boys and Girls Club of Paducah

    Power Hour program for homework help, art mentor program, community garden, and upward athletics.


  • Knights of Columbus

    Kentucky’s fifth oldest Knights of Columbus Council chartered in 1905. We help local charities with funds and donations.


  • Rotary Club of Paducah

    The Rotary Club of Paducah is a 100 year old organization dedicated to Service Above Self in Paducah, Kentucky.


  • Lone Oak Lions Club

    Meetings: 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 6:30 PM Location: Lions Community Center 650 Denver Street Paducah, KY


  • Reidland Pharmacy

    Medication Management, Durable Medical Equipment, Immunizations, Education, Prescription Refills


  • Lone Oak Pharmacy

    Prescription Refills


  • Sam’s Club Pharmacy

    Prescription Refills, Medical Consultation


  • Radio Pharmacy of Paducah

    Ancillary Drug Products, Radiopharmaceuticals, Continuing Education


  • Walgreens Pharmacy

    Prescriptions, Vaccinations, Drive-Thru Pharmacy, Medication Compounding, Blood Pressure Check


  • Davis Drugs

    Prescription Refills, Immunizations, Diabetic Products


  • G&O Pharmacy

    Prescription Refills, Immunizations


  • West Towne Pharmacy

    Prescription Compounding, Medication reviews, Free Delivery, Free Medicare Part D review, Diabetes Consulting, Drive-Thru and Mail Services, Flu shots and immunizations, Medicare Part D


  • Paducah Pharmacy

    Prescription Refills, Immunizations


  • Kroger Pharmacy

    Prescription Refills


  • Walmart Pharmacy

    Prescription Refills, Consultation on prescriptions


  • Rick’s Pharmacy

    Diabetic Footwear, RefillRx Mobile App, Vaccinations, Immunizations, Unit Dose Packaging, Prescription Refills, Free Local Delivery, Patient Resources, Medicare Part D Consulting, Vitamins, Durable Medical Equipment, Prescription Shipping


  • CVS Pharmacy

    Accepts SNAP and WIC, Pharmacy, Immunizations


  • Strawberry Hills Pharmacy

    Medical Compounding, Hormone Health Survey, Prescriptions


  • Walgreens Pharmacy

    Prescriptions, Vaccinations, Drive-Thru Pharmacy, Medication Compounding, Blood Pressure Check


  • Sam’s Club Eye Care

    Comprehensive Eye Exams, Frames and Lenses, Contacts


  • Paducah Retinal Center

    Eye Exams, Lasik Surgery, Cataract/Lenses Implants, Eyelid Surgery, Glaucoma Management, Corneal Transplants


  • Dr Steve Gamblin

    Lenses and Frames, Contacts, Comprehensive Eye Exams


  • Walmart Vision and Glasses

    Lenses and Frames, Contacts, Comprehensive Eye Exams


  • Vision works Doctors of Optometry

    Comprehensive Eye Exams, Lenses, Frames, Contacts


  • Mansfield Eye Clinic

    Walk-in Exams, Same Day Exams, Pediatrics, Retinal Imaging, Medical Eye Exams.


  • Walmart Vision and Glasses

    Lenses and Frames, Contacts, Comprehensive Eye Exams


  • Newberry Eyecare Center

    Lenses and Frames, Contacts, Vision Correction, Eye Conditions, Eye Diseases, Vision Problems


  • Eyewear Express

    Comprehensive Eye Exams, Contact Lenses Exam and Fittings, Optical Department.


  • West End Eye Care

    General Eye Care, Medical Eye Care, Lasik, Pediatrics, Vision Therapy


  • Innovation Ophthalmology

    Bladeless Cataract Surgery, Bladeless Lasik, Refractive Lens Exchange, Ocular Health Exams, Aesthetics Procedures


  • Eyecare Associates of Kentucky

    Comprehensive Medical Eye Care, Glasses, Contacts, Pediatric Eye Care, Surgical Eye Care


  • Smile Station Family Dentistry

    Cosmetic Dentistry, Implant Dentistry, Sedation Dentistry, Teeth Straightening, Family Dentistry, Teeth Whitening


  • Heine, Heine, and Bowles Oral Surgery

    Oral surgeon in Paducah, KY. Bone grafting, dental implants, wisdom teeth, jaw surgery, TMJ disorders, and facial trauma.


  • Tritle Family Dentistry

    Preventative Care, Periodontal Therapy, Crowns and Bridges, Tooth Colored Filings, Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Implants, Complete and Partial Dentures, Root Canals, Extractions.


  • Colgan Pediatric Dentistry

    Early Infant Oral Care, Prevention, and Adolescent Dentistry


  • Abell General Dentistry PSC

    Sedation, Dental Implants, Wisdom Teeth Extraction, Root Canals, Teeth Whitening, Inlays and Onlays, Dental Crowns, Dental Bonding, Gum Grafting


  • Midtown Dental Center

    Dentist in Paducah, KY


  • Mangino Dental

    Sedation, Biological Dentistry and Whole Body Wellness, Restorative and Family Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Invisalign, Dentures.


  • Freeman Dental PLLC

    Dental Hygiene, Implants, Cosmetic, Endodontics, Restorative, Pediatric, Periodontics, Oral Surgery, Orthodontics


  • White and White Family Dentistry

    Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Implants, Dentures, Sedation, Gingivectomy, Preventative Dentistry, Sleep Apnea, Wisdom Teeth, Re-Implantation.


  • Woodyard Dental Care

    Preventive, Restorative, Cosmetic, Bruxism, Dental Implants, Periodontal Disease, TMJ, Technology


  • Bluegrass Dental Center

    Dentist in Paducah, KY.


  • Cunningham Dental

    Sedation, teeth whitening, dentures, mini implants


  • Paducah Dental Care

    Sedation, Family Dentistry, Cosmetics, Dentures, Implants, Straight Teeth


  • Healthy Smiles Family Dental Care, PLLC

    One of largest Medicaid dental providers in the area. Except Passport, Aetna, WellCare, and Humana. General Dentistry


  • Broadway Dental Care

    Cosmetic dentistry, crowns, dentures, bridges, implants and restoration, root canals, veneers, periodontal services, complete and partial dentures, teeth whitening, tooth colored fillings.


  • Bohle Family Dentistry

    Bonding, crowns, bridges, dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, fillings, oral cancer screenings, gum disease therapy, veneers, dentures, root canal treatment, sedation dentistry, sleep apnea and snoring, chronic jaw pain, tooth extractions. Traumatic dental injuries.


  • Aspen Dental

    General Dentistry:  Crown and Bridge Work, Oral Surgery, Treatment of Gum Disease, Fillings, Tooth Extractions, Dentures, Advanced screening for oral cancer, digital radiology


  • Community Kitchen

    Soup Kitchen


  • Martha’s Vineyard

    Food pantry


  • St. Thomas More Catholic Church

    Food pantry


  • Signet Federal Credit Union

    Food pantry


  • Southland Baptist Temple

    Food pantry


  • Heartland Worship Center

    Food pantry


  • Paducah Federal Credit Union

    Food pantry


  • Paducah Federal Credit Union

    Food pantry


  • Freedom Forever Ministries

    Food pantry


  • Paducah Federal Credit Union

    Food pantry


  • Ninth Street Church of Christ

    Food pantry


  • Harrison St. Baptist Church

    Food pantry


  • Highland Baptist Church

    Food pantry


  • Lone Oak Church of Christ

    Food pantry


  • Broadway Church of Christ

    Food pantry


  • Salvation Army Thrift Store

    Provide shelter assistance and food assistance along with ministries for all ages.


  • United Way of Paducah

    Coordinates the Reading PALS mentoring program, community’s Impact Poverty initiative, and coordinates volunteerism throughout the community through Volunteer Paducah and Project United.


  • Family Service Society

    Provides assistance to residents to Paducah and McCracken county in need by assisting with basic needs such as food, clothing, prescription medications, emergency dental, utility assistance, person hygiene items, household goods and Christmas food assistance.


  • Child Watch Counseling and Advocacy Center, CASA of McCracken county

    Free counseling for abused children, counseling for other children, child abuse prevention education program, community awareness program, kids in crisis advocacy program. Serves the Purchase Area.


  • River City Missions Inc

    Currently shelters an average of 60 people per day, and the numbers are increasing. Currently, an average of 180 meals are served each day to people receiving shelter at the Mission. Supplies of food are provided to people in need around the region.


  • West Kentucky Allied Services

    Alzheimer’s Disease Respite Program – Provides temporary respite for caregivers who are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease. Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) – Provides services to address poverty based on community need. Energy Assistance – Subsidy/Crisis Programs help maintain family stability. Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) – Emergency food, clothing and housing services. Home Care – Provides in-home services to increase the independence of those who are home-bound or at high risk of nursing home placement. Purchase Employment Program – Monies provided by ARRA to provide employment opportunities to low income people. Senior Community Services Employment Program – Provides participants 55+ years of age the opportunity to enter an on-the-job training experience. Senior Medicare Patrol – Empowers seniors to prevent Medicare abuse and fraud through education and advocacy programs. Weatherization – Winterizes homes to lower energy consumption and heating costs. WinterCare – Assists those in need with their utility bills


  • Paducah Co-Op Ministry

    PCM’s Fresh Start Village for homeless women and children offers a chance to “break the cycle of homelessness. “Provides an emergency 2-3 day supply of groceries available to area families in need. Provides Emergency relief funds in an amount of up to $100 per year per family or individual are available to McCracken County area residents in need.


  • PCM Shelter for the Homeless

    work with residents to identify special needs which may be barriers to obtaining and maintaining stable housing. Case management helps to break the journey to self-sufficiency into small, manageable steps. Services provided include housing counseling, food and transportation assistance, mental health services as well as parenting, money management and life skills education.


  • Centerpoint Recovery for Men

    Rehabilitation center in Paducah, KY.


  • Regional Prevention Center

    Community Development, Consultation, Early Intervention Services, Public Information, Training and Education, DUI Services.


  • Behavioral Health Group

    Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), Addiction Counseling, Outpatient Opioid Treatment


  • Millstone Counseling Center LLC

    Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), Mental Health Assessments and Counseling, Substance Abuse Assessments and Treatment, Anger Management Assessments and Counseling, Domestic Violence Assessments and Counseling, Parenting Assessments and Classes, DUI Classes and Treatment, Individualized Counseling


  • SelfRefind

    Drug addiction treatment center in Paducah, KY.


  • Behavioral Management LLC

    Alcoholism treatment program in Paducah, KY.


  • Merit Behavioral Associates

    Mental health services in Paducah, KY.


  • Psychological Associates of Paducah

    ADHD, Depression, Defiance Behavior, Adjustment to divorce, death, learning difficulties, social problems, stress, fear and anxiety, nightmares, conduct problems, sleep disturbances, tantrums, low self-esteem, trauma, sexual problems, relationship difficulties, grief and loss, gender issues, sexuality.


  • Compass Counseling

    Counseling for children, adolescents, teens, and adults. Marriage and pre-marriage counseling, family counseling, group counseling, adoption therapy, Tele and Web based counseling.


  • Ladies Lifeline Connection

    Drug addiction treatment center in Paducah, KY.


  • Bloom Behavior Therapy, LLC

    Pediatric Psychologist in Paducah, Ky. Functional Assessment of Problem Behavior, Basic Skill Assessment, Behavior Plan Development, Basic Skill Programming, Training.


  • Mercy Behavioral Health Specialists

    Inpatient services for adults of all ages, Chemical dependency, assessments and referrals, Community resources to ensure continuity of care , Partial hospitalization program (PHP) , Intensive outpatient program (IOP),Outpatient clinic, Cognitive processing therapy for treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Collaborative care with primary care physicians, Diagnostic assessment and individualized treatment planning, Individual counseling for children, adolescents and adults, Group therapy, Family/marital counseling , Parent-child interaction therapy, Hispanic counseling program, Mental health assessments, Drug, alcohol and tobacco addiction treatment, Medication management, Relapse prevention strategies, Crisis Line


  • Psychological Wellness Group, LLC

    Pain management, biofeedback, hypnotherapy/hypnosis, cognitive rehabilitation/retraining, coping with chronic illness, coping with disability, injury, or body alteration, eating disorders, fertility issues, post-partum depression, sexual dysfunction, addiction, psychosomatic and conversion disorders, trauma, grief and end of life. Forensic Psychology.


  • Paducah Cancer and Blood Center

    Treatment of blood disorders and the medical treatment of malignancies.


  • The Heart Group

    Cardiac Rehabilitation Program, Cardiopulmonary Services, Cardiovascular Services, Therapeutic Hypothermia, Cardiac Catheter Ablation, Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator (ICD), Heart Valve Repair, Pacemaker Implant, Percutaneous Coronary Angioplasty, Percutaneous Coronary Intervention, Coronary Artery Bypass Graft


  • Purchase ENT

    Ear, Nose, and Throat medical services.


  • Oncology Associates of West Kentucky

    Oncology Associates of West Kentucky is a Community Cancer Center specializing in Medical Oncology. We are an independent oncology practice with 2 physicians and four offices that serve Western Kentucky and Southern Illinois. Our physicians also specialize in Hematology and treat a variety of blood disorders. Our patients are treated with the most advanced cancer treatments and therapies, laboratory technologies, and a full-service oral dispensary.


  • Urology Group of Paducah PSC

    Adrenal, Bladder, Incontinence, Kidney, Penile, Prostate, Reproductive Health, Robotic Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Testicular, Urinary, Vasectomy


  • Lundberg Medical Imaging

    MRI, X-Ray, CT, Ultrasound (blood clots, breast ultrasound, GYN), Mammography, Dexa (Bone Density)


  • Pain Management Center and Ambulatory Surgery Center

    Caudal and Interlaminar Epidural Injections, Lumbar Transforaminal Epidural Injections, Facet Joint Nerve Blocks, Sympathetic Blocks, Sacroiliac Joint Injections, Radiofrequency Neurotomy, Lumbar Discography, Lumbar Adhesiolysis or Scar Tissue Procedure, Spinal Endoscopy, Intradiscal Thermal Therapy, Lumbar Percutaneous Disc Decompression, Spinal Cord Stimulation, Radiofrequency, Thermoneurolysis, Nucleoplasty, Dekompressor, Physical Therapy, Medication Management


  • Norton Children’s Hospital Outpatient Center

    Pediatricians and specialists associated with the University of Louisville, Norton Healthcare, and other community providers. Outpatient services.


  • Orthopedic Institute of Western Kentucky

    Digital X-ray & MRI, Elbow, Foot / Ankle, Hand, Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Total Joint Center Knee, Workers’ Compensation


  • Contemporary OB/GYN of Western Kentucky

    provide concerned, compassionate, and complete care beginning in youth, through pregnancy, menopause, and later years


  • Lourdes Pain Management Center

    Aquatic therapy, Behavior treatment biofeedback, Chiropractic care, Epidural blocks , Fluoroscopic guided injections, Hypnosis, Joint injections, Kyphoplasty, Medication management, Medication therapy, Narcotic pumps, Nerve blocks, Neurology, Occipital nerve blocks, Physical medicine and rehab, Physical therapy, Psychiatric care, Radio frequency ablations, Relaxation training, Soft tissue manipulation, Spinal cord stimulators, Sympathetic blocks, TENS units, Transforaminal nerve blocks, Transcutaneous nerve stimulation, Wellness training


  • Baptist Health Paducah Weight Loss

    Weight loss service in Paducah, KY.


  • Cardiology Associates of Paducah

    Cardiac electrophysiology studies (EPS), Cardiac imaging, Cardiac rehabilitation, Cardiology and heart care, Cardiothoracic surgery, Cardiovascular surgery, Interventional cardiology, Preventative cardiology and heart care, Spider and Varicose Vein Treatment, Vascular care, Vascular and endovascular surgery


  • Baptist Health Occupational Medicine Paducah-Broadway

    Work injury clinic, for employees who have been hurt on the job, Medical surveillance, Physical evaluations, Department of Transportation screenings, Drug screenings, Immunizations, Education and wellness programs, Breath Alcohol Testing


  • Lourdes Medical Pavilion

    Medical clinic in Paducah, KY.


  • Hope Unlimited Family Care Center

    Community Thrift Store, Jobs for Life, Mentoring, Abortion Education and Recovery, Medical Clinic:  Pregnancy tests, prenatal care.


  • HealthWorks Medical LLC Occupational Medicine

    Occupational medicine, corporate wellness programs, expanded medical services.


  • Dermatology-Skin Surgery Clinic

    Mole removal – Moles can be removed with a simple shave technique or completely excised. Wart removal – Warts can be treated using various methods, such as liquid nitrogen. Acne treatment – Acne treatment options include: topical creams, oral antibiotics and isotretinoin. Narrow band UVB treatment for psoriasis – This is a good maintenance method that can be used as little as once per week. Biologic treatment for psoriasis – Treatment options include: Enbrel, Humira or Stelara. Rashes – Rashes can be treated using topical creams, oral medications and steroid injections. Botox – Botox injections can rejuvenate your face, giving you a more youthful appearance. Some skin cancers and pre-cancers can be treated by simply freezing or scraping away the cancer cells. Others may need a more complex treatment, such as the complete excision of the tumor to check for margins. More aggressive skin cancers may require a more specialized treatment called MOHS micrographic surgery. Melanoma is the most serious form of skin cancer. If recognized early, it is almost always curable using outpatient surgery alone. Jeffrey D. Case, M.D. specializes in all of these cancer treatment methods and more.


  • Mercy-Lourdes Urgent Care Paducah

    Fractures, sprains, strains and dislocations, Lacerations (cuts), abrasions (scrapes) and splinters, Foreign body removal, Wound repair and abscess drainage, Minor burn injuries, Colds, flu and other viral illnesses, Bronchitis, pneumonia and asthma, Ear, throat and sinus infections, Rashes and poison ivy, Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and dehydration, Urinary tract infection, X-rays, labs, EKGs and IV fluids on-site, Sports physicals, Flu shots and other immunizations, School physicals, Camp physicals, Tb tests


  • Baptist Express Care Paducah-Hinkleville

    “Upper Respiratory, Sinus Infection & Cough, Allergic Conditions, Cold Sores, Pink Eye & Stye, Ear Ache, Upset Stomach, Sore Throat/Strep, Flu Diagnosis, Urinary Tract / Bladder Infections*, Strains and Sprains, Minor Burns & Sunburn, Minor Skin Infections, Rash & Abrasions, Poison Ivy & Insect Bites, Cuts & Scrapes, Ear Wax Removal, Suture Removal, Pregnancy Testing, Mono Testing, Strep Testing, Diabetes Screening, Blood Pressure Check, Cholesterol, School & Sports Physicals, Flu Shots (Seasonal), Tetanus Shots, Pneumonia, Basic Adult Physicals, Obesity Smoking Cessation counseling”


  • The Cecil Clinic, PLLC

    Acute Illnesses, Lacerations, Falls and Sports Injuries, Skin Tags and Warts, Abscess, Ingrown Toenails, MS, IV Antibiotic Therapy, Pediatric Wellness Visits.


  • Baptist Express Care Paducah-Irvin Cobb

    Upper Respiratory, Sinus Infection & Cough, Allergic Conditions, Cold Sores, Pink Eye & Stye, Ear Ache, Upset Stomach, Sore Throat/Strep, Flu Diagnosis, Urinary Tract / Bladder Infections*, Strains and Sprains, Minor Burns & Sunburn, Minor Skin Infections, Rash & Abrasions, Poison Ivy & Insect Bites, Cuts & Scrapes, Ear Wax Removal, Suture Removal, Pregnancy Testing, Mono Testing, Strep Testing, Diabetes Screening, Blood Pressure Check, Cholesterol, School & Sports Physicals, Flu Shots (Seasonal), Tetanus Shots, Pneumonia, Basic Adult Physicals, Obesity Smoking Cessation counseling


  • Four Rivers Internal Medicine

    Diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic diseases of children and adults including women’s health. Preventative medicine:  vaccinations, injections, wellness checks and school physicals. Minor office-based procedures including joint injections, aspiration, and dermatologic procedures. X-rays, bone density, pulmonary function testing, Holter monitoring, EKG, flu shots, ENT, orthopedic evaluations, wounds care, and minor lacerations.


  • Heartland Cares

    HIV/AIDS treatment and care including medical care, behavioral health care, care coordination, housing assistance, nutrition assistance, anonymous testing. Community Education and Preventative Services.


  • Respiratory Disease Clinic

    Clinics, Emphysema, Pneumonia.


  • Baptist Health Urgent Care and Primary Care Paducah

    Pregnancy Testing, Mono Testing, Strep Testing, Finger Stick Blood Sugar, Urinalysis, Flu Testing, Blood Pressure Check, X-Ray, Lacerations and Wounds, Cough, Cold, Flu, and Sinus; Skin and Eye Infection, Ear Ache and Minor Headache, Allergy, Upset Stomach, Sore Throat/Strep, Flu Diagnosis, Urinary Tract/Bladder Infections, Strains and Sprains, Minor Burns, School/Sports Physicals, Flu Shots, Tetanus Shots.


  • St. Nicholas Family Clinic

    Medical Clinic in Paducah, KY.


  • Kentucky Care

    Medical Clinic in Paducah, KY. Services Offered:  Primary Care, Women’s Health, Chronic Disease, Behavioral Health, Transportation, Pharmacy, and Workplace Wellness.


  • Lourdes Women’s Center – Marshall Nemer Pavilion

    Abnormal bleeding, Bone care, Breast health, including mammography, Comprehensive maternity care, Gynecological care and surgery, Menopause and perimenopause, Polycystic ovarian syndrome, Pelvic floor conditions, Vaginal atrophy


  • Neurorestorative Services

    Day Treatment, Neurobehavioral, Neurorehabilitation, Outpatient, Respite, Substance Abuse, Supported Living.  


  • Baptist Health Paducah

    Audiology, Bariatric Care, Cancer Care, Diabetes, Emergency Care, Heart Care, Home Care, Imaging and Diagnostics, Infection Control, Mother and Baby Care, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Physical Rehab and Therapy, Primary Care, Respiratory Care, Sleep Center, Urgent and Express Care, Virtual Care, Women’s Services, and Wound Care.


  • Heartland Rehabilitation Services of KY-Paducah

    Physical Therapy clinic in Paducah, KY.


  • Baptist Health Rehabilitation

    Rehabilitation center in Paducah, KY.


  • Atlas Physical Therapy,LLC/New Hope Therapy LLC

    Home health care services in Paducah, KY.


  • Purchase District Health Department

    Public Health Department. Immunizations, Pediatric, Lead, Oral Health, School Health Requirements, WIC, Breastfeeding, Nutrition, H.A.N.D.S Program, Prenatal, Family Planning, Breast and Cervical Cancer, Colon Cancer, TB, STD/HIV Testing, Health Education programs on substance abuse, diabetes, nutrition and physical activity, school health, colon and breast cancer, sex education.


  • IMAC Regeneration Center

    Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, Platelet Rich Plasma, Spinal Decompression, Chiropractic


  • Compassionate Care

    Home health care services in Paducah, KY.


  • Paducah Nurses Registry

    Home health care services in Paducah, KY.


  • Brookdale Paducah

    Assisted Living facility in McCracken county.


  • United Energy Workers Healthcare

    Home health care services in Paducah, KY.


  • Apria Healthcare

    Home health care services in Paducah, KY.


  • GenCare

    Home health care services in Paducah, KY.


  • Option Care Enterprises

    Home health care services in Paducah, KY.


  • The Lakes of Paducah

    Assisted living facility in McCracken county.


  • Gaither Suites at West Park

    Assisted Living Facility in Paducah, KY.


  • Barkley Center

    Nursing home in Paducah, Ky.


  • Superior Care Home

    Nursing and Rehabilitation Center


  • Downtown Paducah Farmers Market

    Farmers Market:  Variety of local, homegrown products-fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, eggs, dairy products, baked goods and food vendors.


  • Voor Park

    Court basketball, 1 small scenic walkway, Small garden


  • Coleman Park(Blackburn Park)

    2 picnic shelters, Basketball court, 6 regulation sand horseshoe pits, Playground with rubber surfacing, Free WI-FI connection for the public, Robert Coleman Spray ground, Clarence “Big House” Gaines Monument


  • Paxton Park Golf Course

    Golf


  • Ohio River Boat Ramp

    Boat launch, courtesy dock


  • Midtown Golf course

    Golf, disc golf, and Footgolf


  • Market Square Art Park

    Benches, art


  • Langstaff Park (Betsy Ross Park)

    1 Historical marker, 1 Picnic shelter, 1 Picnic table, Swings, Slide


  • Lang Park

    Statute, open play area


  • Independence Park

    Gazebo, benches, irrigation, and climbing boulders


  • Caldwell Park

    Monument


  • Pat and Jim Brockingborough Health and Wellness Park

    Wellness park featuring community garden, walking trail, open green area, rotary playground.


  • Greenway Trail

    Walking and biking trail. Links 4 parks together.


  • Paducah Noble Skatepark

    Skate park


  • Brooks Stadium

    Baseball stadium


  • Dolly McNutt Plaza

    8 picnic tables and benches, free Wi-Fi and fountain


  • Kolbe Park

    Playground


  • Albert Jones Park

    Lighted asphalt walking path, benches along walking path, large open green space


  • Stuart Nelson Park

    Dog park, 4 lighted softball fields, 18 disc golf course, 3 picnic shelters, greenway trailhead, playground


  • Carson Park

    Fairground, horse stables


  • Keiler Park

    4 picnic shelters and playground


  • Noble Park

    135-acre park featuring a lake with fishing piers, swimming pool, play areas, and sports facilities.


  • Paducah Athletic Club

    Personal Training, Tennis lessons, 24/7 gym access, Aerobics, swimming, rock climbing, racquetball


  • Energy Fitness

    Zumba, gym, cardio dance classes, personal training, spin classes, yoga classes


  • River to River Fitness

    CrossFit training


  • CrossFit Dig Deep

    CrossFit training


  • Barre Co.

    Barre workout classes


  • Haws Gymnasium

    Gym at West Kentucky Community Technical College


  • True North Yoga

    Beginning Yoga classes, Vinyasa yoga, restorative yoga


  • Snap Fitness

    25 hour gym, personal training


  • Snap Fitness

    24 hour gym, personal training


  • Genesis Fitness

    Gym, Physical Fitness Center, Personal Training


  • Stay Fit 24

    24 Hour Gym, Personal Training


  • Yoga Artz Hub

    Healing Yoga


  • The Yoga Room of Paducah

    Senior Fit, Pilates, Yoga for various levels.


  • Mikes Kettle Bell club

    Kettle Bell, Yoga


  • Citizens Gym

    Gym, Training


  • Paducah Rec. Center

    $20 unlimited annual membership. Basketball Open Gym, Volleyball Open Gym, Chair Yoga, Mat Yoga, Dance and Tone, Mid-East Dance, Zumba, Tai Chi.


  • Planet Fitness

    Free unlimited fitness training, cardio and strength machines, Known for Judgement Free Zone.


  • Purchase Area Health Connections

    PAHC is a network of partners dedicated to improving the health and well-being of individuals in the Purchase Area.


  • Purchase Area Diabetes Connection

    The Purchase Area Diabetes Connection is a coalition of members – lay and professional persons – who direct their efforts to providing education to western Kentucky. Any interested people may become members. Meetings are held ten times a year at various sites. Two events that the PADC sponsors each year are the Diabetes EXPO held on the third Saturday of October and a Spring Prevention event in the Spring.


  • McCracken County Early Childhood Council

    The goal of the McCracken County Early Childhood Council is to build innovative, collaborative partnerships that promote school readiness for children and families.


  • McCracken ASAP

    The McCracken County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy (ASAP) is made up of a group of concerned citizens from a broad sector of our community. This group seeks to work together in substance abuse prevention efforts as well as support substance abuse treatment programs. The mission of the McCracken County ASAP is to reduce adult and youth substance abuse and its consequences in our community while increasing recovery support for all.


  • Healthy Paducah

    Health coalition that serves the Paducah area. All community partners and members are welcome to attend this roundtable meeting. Meetings are held on the last Monday of every month at 9:00 A.M. at United Way of Paducah.


  • Mayor

    Mayor of Paducah


  • PVA

    The PVA is a locally elected official who is charged with appraising all property, both real and personal, that lies within McCracken County. There are some exceptions, such as public service companies, bank shares, and omitted tangible properties which are valued by the state Revenue Cabinet in Frankfort.


  • County Coroner

    The role of the McCracken County Coroner is to confirm and certify the death of an individual within jurisdiction. A coroner may also conduct or order an inquest into the manner or cause of death, and investigate or confirm the identity of the deceased.


  • County Clerk

    The McCracken County Clerk’s office’s responsibilities include registering and titling vehicles, boats and trailers. The County Clerk’s office is also the office where real estate documents such as deeds, mortgages, encumbrances and other legal documents are recorded and maintained for public use. Elections, voter registration, issuing marriage licenses, and collecting delinquent real estate taxes round out the main job duties of the County Clerk’s office.


  • County Attorney

    The McCracken County Attorney is the chief legal officer for McCracken County. This is an elected position that serves a four year term. The county attorney oversees the operations of local prosecutors with respect to violations of county ordinances. The county attorney prosecutes traffic matters and/or misdemeanors. The county attorney prosecutes violations of state laws to the extent permitted by state statutes. The county attorney does not prosecute federal crimes which falls under the jurisdiction of a United States Attorney.


  • Jailer

    Inmate processing, maintaining order in the jail and invoking disciplinary measures when necessary. Escort prisoners between the courtroom and the correctional facility while maintaining prisoner security and protecting the general public.


  • Sherriff

    The goals of the Department are: (1) Prevent, reduce, and deter crime (2) Enhance safety on the highways, streets, and roads of the County by education and enforcement actions (3) Protection of individual liberties and rights.


  • Judge Executive

    The County Judge Executive is an elected official in the US Commonwealth of Kentucky who is the head of the executive branch of the government in a county. The Judge Executive serves a four-year term and may be re-elected indefinitely. The Judge Executive is a voting member of the Fiscal Court enabling him/her to exercise a role in the legislative process.


  • Carlisle County ASAP


  • Carlisle County CO-OP Extension Office


  • Carlisle County Health Center

    Public Health Department. Immunizations, Pediatric, Lead, Oral Health, School Health Requirements, WIC, Breastfeeding, Nutrition, H.A.N.D.S Program, Prenatal, Family Planning, Breast and Cervical Cancer, Colon Cancer, TB, STD/HIV Testing, Health Education programs on substance abuse, diabetes, nutrition and physical activity, school health, colon and breast cancer, sex education.


  • Arlington Medical Clinic

    Medical Clinic


  • Protection and Permanency

    Child and adult abuse and neglect, foster care and adoptions, etc.


  • Carlisle County FRYSC

    The FRYSC Program Mission 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, graduation and transition into adult life


  • Carlisle County Preschool/Headstart

    Public Education


  • Carlisle County Elementary School

    Public Education


  • Carlisle County Middle School

    Public Education


  • Carlisle County High School

    Public Education


  • Healthy Carlisle

    Health Coalition for Carlisle County


  • Carlisle County Chamber of Commerce

    Business Association in Carlisle County, that serves its members.


  • Bardwell Pharmacy

    Pharmacy


  • Medcare Pharmacy and Home Medical

    Pharmacy


  • River Valley Ag Credit

    Food Pantry


  • Family Support

    Food stamps, medical, welfare, etc.


  • West Kentucky Allied Services

    Alzheimer’s Disease Respite Program – Provides temporary respite for caregivers who are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease. Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) – Provides services to address poverty based on community need. Energy Assistance – Subsidy/Crisis Programs help maintain family stability. Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) – Emergency food, clothing and housing services. Home Care – Provides in-home services to increase the independence of those who are home-bound or at high risk of nursing home placement. Purchase Employment Program – Monies provided by ARRA to provide employment opportunities to low income people. Senior Community Services Employment Program – Provides participants 55+ years of age the opportunity to enter an on-the-job training experience. Senior Medicare Patrol – Empowers seniors to prevent Medicare abuse and fraud through education and advocacy programs. Weatherization – Winterizes homes to lower energy consumption and heating costs. WinterCare – Assists those in need with their utility bills


  • Kentucky Care

    Medical Clinic


  • Carlisle Senior Citizen Center

    Senior support services, educational classes, Activities and Events, Health Promotion, Food Bank, Legal Assistance, Information and Assistance, Meals on Wheels, Telephone Reassurance, Lunch


  • Carlisle County Rescue Squad

    Emergency Services


  • Carlisle County Emergency Management

    Emergency Services


  • Carlisle County 911 Service

    Emergency Services


  • Carlisle County Ambulance Service

    Emergency Services


  • Carlisle County Public Health Taxing District (T)

    Public Health Taxing District


  • Carlisle County Treasurer

    The County Treasurer is responsible for receiving money due the county and for disbursing county funds in a manner and for purposes authorized by the Fiscal Court. Duties include investing the funds as directed by the Fiscal Court. The Treasurer must keep a detailed accounting of receipts and expenditures and report to the Fiscal Court on a monthly basis. ??


  • Carlisle County Deputy Judge & Finance officer

    Assists County Judge Exe


  • Mayor of Arlington

    Elected Official


  • Mayor of Bardwell

    Elected Official


  • Magistrates

    Elected Official


  • Magistrates

    Elected Official


  • Magistrates

    Elected Official


  • Carlisle County Jailer

    Elected official that supervises the Carlisle County Jail


  • Sheriff

    Property Taxes, Criminal Division, Process Server, Warrants/EPO’s, Auto Inspections, Evictions, Court Security, Concealed Deadly Weapons


  • Carlisle County Coroner

    Coroner


  • Countryside Center

    Nursing home


  • Carlisle County Property Valuation Administrator (PVA)

    The Property Valuation Administrator responsibilities include assessing all property, both real and personal, that lie within the boundaries of Carlisle County.?


  • Carlisle County Commonwealth Attorney

    Common Wealth Attorney


  • Carlisle County District Judge

    The responsibility of the District Judge include hearing and presiding over misdemeanor and traffic offenses, felony arraignments and preliminary hearings, juveniles offenses, dependency, neglect and abuse cases, civil matter up to $4000.00, small claims up to $1500.00, city and county ordinance violations, probate of wills and administration of estates, disability and guardianship matters and name changes


  • Carlisle County Attorney

    The duties and responsibilities of the County Attorney are to serve as legal counsel to the Fiscal Court of Carlisle County; to attend Fiscal Court meetings, to defend the County in certain legal actions, including, but not limited to, collection of delinquent taxes and to provide for the collection of ad valorem taxes in foreclosures. The Carlisle County Attorney also prosecutes violations of the traffic and misdemeanor laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky as they fall within the jurisdictional limits of District Court. The County Attorney also assists in the establishment of paternity and of child support, and collection of on-going child support and arrearages.?


  • Carlisle County Circuit Court Judge

    The Circuit Judge presides over all matters in Circuit Court in the 1st Circuit, the four Rivers Counties, Hickman County, Ballard County, Carlisle County, and Fulton County. The Circuit Court is a court of general jurisdiction handling all civil matters where the amount in controversy is more than $1,000 and all Felony Criminal matters.?


  • Circuit Court Clerk

    Services provided include drivers’ licenses and photo ids. District Court cases regarding: traffic, misdemeanor, felony, domestic, small claims, district civil, probate, mental health, and juvenile cases. Circuit Court cases including Circuit civil and Circuit criminal.


  • Carlisle County Clerk

    Legal Records, Land Records, Voter Registration, Motor Vehicle, Delinquent Tax


  • Carlisle County Judge Exec

    The county judge/executive shall be the chief executive of the county and shall have all the powers and perform all the duties of an executive and administrative nature vested in, or imposed upon, the county or its fiscal county by law, or by agreement with any municipality or other subdivision of government, and such additional powers as are granted by the fiscal court.


  • BEES (Ballard Education Environmental Site) Nature Walking/Hiking Trail

    Open to the public – dawn to dusk


  • GED on KET

    Adult Education


  • Ballard County Adult Learning Center

    Adult Education


  • Family Support

    LOCAL FAMILY SUPPORT OFFICE


  • Family Focus Family Resource and Youth Center

    Provides services to break barriers


  • Ballard/Carlisle County Library

    Ballard-Carlisle County Library serves the community with its collection of books, books on cd, DVDs, and computers with Internet access and much more.


  • Ballard County Extension Office

    Extension, a part of the land grant system, provides educational programs that help Kentuckians increase agricultural efficiency, home economics skills, youth leadership and community development. Information on home and nutrition, budgeting and education, weight control, gardening, agriculture, soil sampling, etc.


  • Kentucky Home Place

    Provides health information and services such as vision care, health education, hearing aids, dental services and medicines. Also provide referrals to agencies or providers of services, arranging transportation.


  • Ballard County Health Center

    Public Health Department. Immunizations, Pediatric, Lead, Oral Health, School Health Requirements, WIC, Breastfeeding, Nutrition, H.A.N.D.S Program, Prenatal, Family Planning, Breast and Cervical Cancer, Colon Cancer, TB, STD/HIV Testing, Health Education programs on substance abuse, diabetes, nutrition and physical activity, school health, colon and breast cancer, sex education.


  • Ballard County Preschool/Head Start

    Public School


  • Ballard County Elementary School

    Public School


  • Ballard County Middle School

    Public School


  • Ballard County Memorial High School

    Public School


  • Ballard County Schools

    Public School


  • Compass Ballard

    Health Coalition serving Ballard County to increase the health and wellness of the county


  • Ballard County ASAP

    Kentucky Agency for Substance Abuse Prevention (KYASAP) was formed to promote a Commonwealth of healthy communities by reducing the abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs, as well as related consequences. Ballard County ASAP was formed in 2004; its vision is to strive to adequately meet the ATOD treatment needs of Ballard citizens with all available resources.


  • His House (Ballard County Cooperative Ministry)

    Clothing /Food Bank; Financial support for imminent needs.


  • Ballard County Economic and Industrial Development Board

    The Board formed to assist start-up businesses by capitalizing upon government incentives to promote Ballard County Economic Development. The Board has successfully assisted several businesses in Ballard county to start and employ Ballard County citizens


  • Ballard County Chamber of Commerce

    Association of Businesses in Ballard County


  • Bringing Technology Closer

    Voice, Telephone, Internet Provider


  • Sutton Drugs of La Center

    Pharmacy


  • MedCare Pharmacy and Home Medical

    Pharmacy


  • Ballard County Family Dentistry

    Dentist


  • St. Mary’s Catholic Church

    Food Pantry


  • Ballard County Senior Citizens’ Complex

    9:00-3:00 T-W-Th-Fri ADC Hours Provides therapeutic activities to older persons who require personal supervision for mental, physical, and/or emotional reasons. Provides respite for caregivers. DAY CARE CENTERS. Daily schedules include recreational, social, leisure activities, nutrition, and personal care services. Transportation, educational programs, information and assistance, tax returns, trips/tours, meals at site or home delivered, activities/dances, apartments/ housing for elderly, telephone reassurance and health promotion.


  • West Kentucky Allied Services

    Alzheimer’s Disease Respite Program, Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), Energy Assistance, Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP), Home Care , Purchase Employment Program, Senior Community Services, Employment Program, Senior Medicare Patrol, Weatherization, WinterCare


  • Kentucky Care

    Primary Care, Women’s Health, Chronic Disease, Behavioral Health, Transportation, Pharmacy, Workplace Wellness


  • New Haven Assisted Living

    Assisted Living


  • Life Care Center of La Center

    Life Care Center of La Center offers inpatient and outpatient physical, occupational and speech therapy. Our facility offers specialized care for those needing more intensive services such as orthopedic or stroke rehabilitation. Other services include: Accelerated Care Plus program, Admissions accepted 24/7/365, Alzheimer’s care, Amputee rehab, Aphasia therapy, Back injury treatment, Balance and fall prevention training, Bariatric care, Certified nursing care, Closed Pulse Irrigation wound care, Cognitive linguistic therapy, Colostomy care, Dementia care, Diabetes management and education, Diabetic neuropathy therapy, Dysphagia therapy, Electrical stimulation, Enteral nutrition, Gait/Transfer training, Home evaluations, Hospice care, In-house rehabilitation services, IV therapy, Laboratory services, Long-term care, Medication management, Omnicycle, Orthopedic rehabilitation program, Ostomy care, Outpatient rehabilitation services, Oxygen therapy, Pain management program, Palliative care, Parkinson’s disease care, Peripheral neuropathy therapy, Podiatry services, Post-acute care, Prosthetics and orthotics training, Ready… Set… Go! return-to-home program, Respiratory care, Respite care, Restorative nursing program, Safe Transitions program (a community re-entry program), Social services, Stroke rehabilitation, Ultrasound therapy, VitalStim® therapy, Wellness program, Wound care, X-ray services


  • Wickliffe City Park

    Park


  • Jefferson Memorial Cross

    Spectacular View of the Confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers in Wickliffe, Kentucky. View three states from this 95-foot memorial that stands high upon a bluff at the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. Hours dawn to dusk


  • La Center City Park

    Playground equipment


  • Ballard County Fairgrounds

    County Fair Grounds: Events


  • Wickliffe City Hall

    City Hall


  • Wickliffe Mounds State Historic Site

    Wickliffe Mound has a museum, welcome center, gift shop, trails and picnic areas.


  • Wickliffe Public Works

    Public Works


  • Wickliffe Fire House

    Fire Department Emergency Services


  • Wickliffe Fire Department

    Fire Department Emergency Services


  • La Center Post Office

    Post Office


  • LaCenter Rural Fire Department

    Fire Department Emergency Services


  • La Center Fire Department

    Fire Department Emergency Services


  • La Center Police Chief

    Police Emergency Services


  • LaCenter City Hall

    LaCenter City Hall


  • Kevil City Hall

    Kevil City Hall


  • Kevil Fire Department Office

    Fire Department Emergency Services


  • Kevil Post Office

    Post Office


  • Barlow House Museum

    On display in the house are many wonderful examples of Mr. Barlow’s varied and valued collections. Amidst the home’s turn of the century architecture, you’ll find the World War I uniform worn by Mr. Barlow, his scores of delicate China collectibles from around the world, the wedding gown worn by his mother in the late 1800’s and period furniture that has been meticulously restored to its original grandeur. The Barlow House was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.


  • Barlow City Maintenance Shop

    City Maintenance Shop


  • Barlow City Fire House

    Fire Department Emergency Services


  • Barlow Post Office

    Post Office


  • Barlow City Hall

    City Hall


  • County Coroner

    County Coroner


  • Ballard County Attorney’s Office-Child Support Enforcement Division

    Assists in Child Support


  • Jailer

    Jail


  • Property Valuation Administrator (PVA)

    Property Valuation Administration


  • County Clerk

    Motor Vehicles, Recordings, Elections, Delinquent Taxes, Notary Bonds, Marriage Licenses, Fees, Election Results


  • Sheriff

    Property Taxes, Criminal Division, Process Server, Warrants/EPO’s, Auto Inspections, Evictions, Court Security, Concealed Deadly Weapons


  • Commonwealth Attorney

    Commonwealth Attorney


  • District Judge

    District Court is the court of limited jurisdiction and handles juvenile matters, city and county ordinances, misdemeanors, violations, traffic offenses, probate of wills, arraignments, felony probable cause hearings, small claims involving $2,500 or less, civil cases involving $5,000 or less, voluntary and involuntary mental commitments and cases relating to domestic violence and abuse. District judges serve four-year terms.


  • County Attorney

    County Attorney


  • Judge Executive

    The county judge/executive shall be the chief executive of the county and shall have all the powers and perform all the duties of an executive and administrative nature vested in, or imposed upon, the county or its fiscal county by law, or by agreement with any municipality or other subdivision of government, and such additional powers as are granted by the fiscal court.


  • Utilities Inc

    Water


  • Hickman Fulton Co Recc

    Electric


  • Clinton Post Office

    Post Office


  • Retired and Senior Volunteer Program

    We offer maximum flexibility and choice to our volunteers and match the personal interests and skills of mature Americans with opportunities to help solve community problems. RSVP volunteers choose how and where they want to serve – from a few to over 40 hours a week – and makes it easy for mature adults to find the types of volunteer service opportunities that appeal to them.


  • Clinton Place

    Short Term Rehabilitation, Complex Medical Care, Long Term Care, Lighthouse Memory Care, Respite Care, Hospice Care


  • Clinton Pharmacy

    Pharmacy and Drug Store


  • Byassee Drug Store

    Pharmacy and Drug Store


  • Rick Canty, DMD

    Dentist


  • Community Healthcare of West Kentucky

    Medical Center, Primary Care


  • Fulton/Hickman County Economic Development Partnership

    The Fulton County and Hickman County Economic Development Partnership is a very Industry friendly organization located in West Kentucky. It is very unique; the two-county area includes a slack water port on the Mississippi River, an extensive rail connection, and the Julian Carroll-Purchase Parkway (Future I-69 corridor).


  • Viasat

    Internet, TV, Phone


  • Cyberonic

    Internet, TV, Phone


  • Hughes Net

    Internet, TV, Phone


  • AT&T

    Internet, TV, Phone


  • Trail of Tears Route

    Historic route that runs through Hickman County


  • Rotary Park/Farmer’s Market

    Park, playground, walking trail, fishing pond, farmers market


  • Fulgham Community Park

    Park


  • Blair Street Park

    Park


  • Hickman County Athletic Complex

    Workout Facility


  • Purchase Area Housing Corporation

    Serves: Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Fulton, Hickman and Marshall Counties


  • West Kentucky Allied Services, Inc.

    Alzheimer’s Disease Respite Program – Provides temporary respite for caregivers who are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease. Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) – Provides services to address poverty based on community need. Energy Assistance – Subsidy/Crisis Programs help maintain family stability. Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) – Emergency food, clothing and housing services. Home Care – Provides in-home services to increase the independence of those who are home-bound or at high risk of nursing home placement. Purchase Employment Program – Monies provided by ARRA to provide employment opportunities to low income people. Senior Community Services Employment Program – Provides participants 55+ years of age the opportunity to enter an on-the-job training experience. Senior Medicare Patrol – Empowers seniors to prevent Medicare abuse and fraud through education and advocacy programs. Weatherization – Winterizes homes to lower energy consumption and heating costs. WinterCare – Assists those in need with their utility bills


  • HEART USA

    Non-profit organization dedicated to helping disabled/elderly to receive medications they can not afford. Must be 55+.


  • Cabinet for Health & Family Services Family Support

    Food stamps, medical, welfare, Etc.


  • Mission House

    Food and food commodities; clothing and household items.


  • Cabinet for Health & Family Services Protection and Permanency

    Child and adult abuse and neglect, foster care and adoptions, etc.


  • Clinton Family Care Clinic

    Family Care, Primary Care


  • Hickman County Library

    Books, magazines, CD’s, DVD’s, VCR, cassette tapes of books and movies, 3 Internet computers, photocopier, fax service. Books for the homebound are available.???


  • Mountain Comprehensive Care Center

    Provides school-based services for the Hickman County School district.


  • Falcon Academy

    With the help of area colleges and universities, Hickman County High School students have the opportunity to take a multitude of dual-credit courses through our program called the Falcon Academy.


  • Hickman County Preschool

    Public School


  • Hickman County Schools Food Services

    Public School Food Services


  • First United Methodist Church

    Quest, JOY, Heartfelt Connection


  • Henley Apartments

    Senior and Disability Apartments


  • Hickman County Elementary

    Public School


  • Hickman County Family Resource/Youth Service Center, KAPS

    Family Resource Centers have been created as a part of Kentucky Education Reform Act. The intent of the center is to enhance students’ abilities to succeed in school by assisting children and families to meet needs that impact on the education process. This will be done by providing services at the Center in the schools and by linking families to agencies and communities. Provide access to community resources for counseling and training; Obtain needed physical and health services for families; Facilitate adult education and job training opportunities; Increase cooperative learning ventures between parents, children, and schools; Promote student summer and part-time employment as well as family recreational activities; Enhance family stability through parenting skills classes


  • Hickman County Highschool

    Public School


  • Hickman County Schools

    Public School


  • Columbus-Belmont State Park

    Camping, Hiking, Museums, Gift Shop


  • Hickman County Health Center

    Prenatal services: Pregnancy Test, WIC Program, Nutrition Counseling, Smoking Cessation, Postpartum Visits, Breastfeeding, HANDS (Health Access Nurturing Development Service), Genetic Counseling, Prenatal Care, Immunizations, Healthy Start, WIC Program, Well-Child Exams, EPSDT (Early Periodic Screening and Development), First Steps, Metabolic Screenings, Lead Poison Screenings, Fluoride Dental Varnish, Developmental Disabilities, Dental Programs, Postponing Sexual Involvement (PSI), Tobacco Prevention, Chronic Disease Education- Asthma, Diabetes, etc., Physical Fitness Promotion, Head Lice Screening, Nutrition Promotion, Cancer Screenings, Brown Bag Program, Family Planning, Abstinence Education, Physical Fitness Program, Communicable Disease, Home Health & Waiver, Tuberculosis Screening, Sexually Transmitted Infection and HIV Screening, School Health Program, Flu Clinics, Community Coalitions, Health Fairs, EPI Rapid Response, Emergency Preparedness, Chronic Disease Education: Diabetes, Asthma, Stroke, and Cardiovascular, Arthritis Classes, General Sanitation Food Programs, Onsite Sewage Systems, Restaurant Inspections, Public Facilities Inspections


  • Fulton/Hickman ASAP

    A partnership between Hickman and Fulton Counties to address substance abuse


  • Healthy HickmanCo

    A health coalition that focuses on increasing the health of the residents of Hickman County


  • Hickman County Extension Office

    4-H Youth Development, horticulture, Family and Consumer Sciences, Agricultural Resources, SNAP Education, and a variety of free educational classes on cooking, sewing, money management, and many others.


  • Habitat for Humanity

    Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit housing organization working locally and in nearly 1,400 communities across the United States and in approximately 70 countries around the world. Habitat’s vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Habitat works toward this vision by building and improving homes in partnership with individuals and families in need of a decent and affordable place to live. This branch serves Hickman and Fulton Counties.


  • Senior Citizens Center

    The Hickman County Senior Citizens Center offers a variety of services and activities in the community. The only qualification for these services is that you be over 60 years of age. Individual programs or services my require additional information but no unnecessary information will ever be collected by the center staff. Please call us if you have any questions.


  • Animal Control Officer

    The animal control officer works well under the direction of the Hickman County Fiscal Court, enforcing state animal control law in Hickman County.


  • Fire Department

    The mission of the Hickman County Fire and Rescue is to provide fire service to Hickman County except for the Columbus Fire Protection District and the Clinton Fire Protection District, and provide all rescue services to the entire county.??


  • Road Department

    Responsible for organization and continuous maintenance and repair program for county roads, including road clearing, road sign repair, bridge repair, mowing, ditching, and other road and right-of-way maintenance.??


  • Emergency Management

    Responsible for coordinating local, state, and federal resources during emergencies.??


  • District Judge

    The responsibility of the District Judge include hearing and presiding over misdemeanor and traffic offenses, felony arraignments and preliminary hearings, juveniles offenses, dependency, neglect and abuse cases, civil matter up to $4000.00, small claims up to $1500.00, city and county ordinance violations, probate of wills and administration of estates, disability and guardianship matters and name changes


  • Circuit Judge

    The Circuit Judge presides over all matters in Circuit Court in the 1st Circuit, the four Rivers Counties, Hickman County, Ballard County, Carlisle County, and Fulton County. The Circuit Court is a court of general jurisdiction handling all civil matters where the amount in controversy is more than $1,000 and all Felony Criminal matters.?


  • County Treasurer

    The County Treasurer is responsible for receiving money due the county and for disbursing county funds in a manner and for purposes authorized by the Fiscal Court. Duties include investing the funds as directed by the Fiscal Court. The Treasurer must keep a detailed accounting of receipts and expenditures and report to the Fiscal Court on a monthly basis. ??


  • County Coroner

    County Coroner


  • County Sheriff

    The sheriff’s department responsibilities include acting as a law enforcement official, collecting of property taxes, providing court security, as well as educational programs.?


  • Magistrate District 3

    Elected Official


  • Magistrate District 2

    Elected Official


  • Magistrate District 1

    Elected Official


  • County Jailer

    Supervises the county jail.


  • Property Valuation Administrator

    The Property Valuation Administrator responsibilities include assessing all property, both real and personal, that lie within the boundaries of Hickman County.?


  • County Attorney

    The duties and responsibilities of the Hickman County Attorney are to serve as legal counsel to the Fiscal Court of Hickman County; to attend Fiscal Court meetings, to defend the County in certain legal actions, including, but not limited to, collection of delinquent taxes and to provide for the collection of ad valorem taxes in foreclosures. The Hickman County Attorney also prosecutes violations of the traffic and misdemeanor laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky as they fall within the jurisdictional limits of District Court. The County Attorney also assists in the establishment of paternity and of child support, and collection of on-going child support and arrearages.?


  • Circuit Clerk

    The Hickman County Circuit Court Clerk is responsible for all court records filed in the circuit and district courts of this county and are responsible for jury reporting in both circuit and district courts. This office also issues driver licenses and Kentucky ID cards. The license examiner is in this office on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month for driver testing. Written exam for driver permits are given from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. On these days and road test are given by appointment only on these days. You may call the office between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. for filing fees and other information.


  • County Clerk

    The County Court Clerk is responsible for the following: Legal Records, Motor Vehicle Department, Boat Registration, Voter Registration, Hunting and Fishing Licenses, Marriage Licenses, Disable Parking Permits, Liens and Personal Property, Wills


  • County Judge Executive

    The Judge Executive serves as the Chief Executive/Administrative Officer of the county. He is a member and presiding officer of the fiscal court. He oversees county roads, prepares and administers the county budget, oversees the county’s economic development efforts, and appoints with Fiscal Court approval, all members to various boards and committees. The judge executive has the authority to appoint, supervise, suspend, and remove county personnel, with fiscal court approval, unless state law provides otherwise.


  • Ohio Valley Gas/AmeriGas

    Gas utility


  • Cellular Connection

    Phone and internet Service


  • Twin Cities Railroad Museum

    Railroad Museum


  • Bradley Chiropractic

    Chiropractor


  • Hawks Family Dentistry

    Dentist


  • Alan Jones DMD

    Dentist


  • Fulton Railroaders Baseball Club, LLC

    Baseball Association


  • Order of the Eastern Star

    Eastern Star is a social order comprised of persons with spiritual values, but it is not a religion. Its appeal rests in the true beauty of the refreshing and character-building lessons that are so sincerely portrayed in its ritualistic work. A deep fraternal bond exists between its members. It is the wholesome relationship of sisterly and brotherly love brought about through high principles exemplified in our lives which makes us near and dear to each other.


  • Roberts Lodge

    Mission: Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth


  • The Humane Way

    Humane Society, Animal Surrender and adoption


  • Genealogical Society

    The Fulton County Genealogical Society is a non-profit organization which works to preserve and maintain records that can help interested persons research their family history.


  • Blue Ribbon Committee

    Community Organization


  • C.A.R.E.

    Community Organization


  • American Legion

    The American Legion Centennial Celebration is not only about honoring the past 100 years of our history, but also preparing to continue our legacy of service. Events and activities at posts all around the world will showcase The American Legion “Still Serving America.”


  • KennTenn Shrine Club

    The Shrine is best known for its colorful parades, its distinctive red fez, and its official philanthropy, Shriners Hospitals for Children, which is often called “the heart and soul of the Shrine.


  • Daughters of the American Revolution

    The organization was founded in 1890 with the mission of promoting historic preservation, education and patriotism. These timeless, overarching principles keep the DAR strong and vitally relevant in this ever-changing world.


  • FULTON LIONS CLUB

    Lions Club of Fulton is a community organization that offers scholarships to local students, aids in donation of eye glasses, and much more.


  • Twin Cities Men’s Organization

    The Mission of TCMO (Twin Cities Men’s Organization) is to make a difference to those a little less fortunate and that need a little help. A group of men raise funds year around providing clothes and Christmas presents to indigent kids, distributes food baskets to the elderly, and provides partial scholarships to disadvantaged individuals interested in college.


  • Fulton County Extension Office

    Provides educational programs that help Kentuckians increase agricultural efficiency, home economics skills, youth leadership and community development. Information on home and nutrition, budgeting and education, weight control, gardening, agriculture, soil sampling, etc.


  • Senior Citizens Center

    Services are provided through Senior Citizens Centers located in each county and serve as a focal point for information, services, and advocacy for seniors, as well as a wide range of recreational, social, and volunteer opportunities. Nutrition Services program provides congregate and home-delivered noon meals prepared and delivered throughout the region. Health Promotion services provide education and assistance in the health promotion areas related to mental health and medication management.


  • Senior Citizens Center

    Services are provided through Senior Citizens Centers located in each county and serve as a focal point for information, services, and advocacy for seniors, as well as a wide range of recreational, social, and volunteer opportunities. Nutrition Services program provides congregate and home-delivered noon meals prepared and delivered throughout the region. Health Promotion services provide education and assistance in the health promotion areas related to mental health and medication management.


  • Haws Memorial Nursing

    Long Term Care


  • Lifeline Home Health Care

    Home Health Agencies provide skilled nursing and therapy services on an intermittent basis, in the home or other location outside the hospital, in accordance with a medical provider’s order, and in accordance with their KY licenses. Some personal care services are also available when skilled care is required. Home Health Agencies may offer personal care, limited homemaking/housekeeping, and limited respite services through a Medicaid funded Home and Community Based Waiver Program.


  • HICKMAN-FULTON COUNTY MEDICAL CLINIC

    Medical Clinic


  • Hope Pregnancy Center

    Hope Center Fulton Co. is a non-profit pregnancy and parenting resource center located in Hickman, KY.


  • Twin Cities Chamber of Commerce

    The Twin Cities Chamber of Commerce has a unique position as the liaison between Fulton, KY and South Fulton, TN for activities in commerce, trade, business, finance and professional interest.


  • FULTON ROTARY CLUB

    Community Organization


  • Fulton Tourism

    Information about visiting Fulton


  • Obion Creek WMA

    Hunting; Size: 4258 acres Location: Hickman, Carlisle & Fulton. Consists of several tracts and three large blocks. The largest block (Travis Slough, Mathis, and Wallace Tracts) is located northeast of Clinton, KY off KY-307. Two other blocks (Letourneau Woods and L.E. Schaaf Tract) are southwest of Clinton, KY and northeast of Hickman, KY.


  • Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge

    Hunting; Size: 2043 acres Location: Fulton. On KY 94 west of Hickman; adequate trails within area. Flat river bottomland, mixture of woods and cleared areas. Special hunting regulations and seasons. Observation platform near main entrance to Long Point Refuge off county road 1282 and KY 311. Offering historical and wildlife-related exhibits, the visitor center, located between Samburg and Union City, Tenn. on Hwy. 157 and east of Walnut Log, is open weekends, January-mid-March.


  • Kentucky Great River Road

    Here you will find all the exciting events and happenings in the four KY counties bordering the Mississippi River (counties of Ballard, Carlisle, Hickman and Fulton) and so much more.


  • Weaks Nature Trail

    Donated by the Parks Weaks family, Weaks Nature Trail is a two-mile walking trail off Stephen Beale Drive. It was set aside as a place to view nature while still in the City. Located adjacent to Fulton High School, it was also designed to provide school children an outdoor classroom for science field trips. The walking trail is a natural base trail with a variety of tree, plants, birds, animals and insects for enjoyment of study. It features an outdoor classroom and a picnic table with an elevated view.


  • Rotary Park

    Rotary Park can be found at the corner of Baker and Lakes streets. This well landscaped park includes a fountain and benches.


  • Terry Norman Park

    Located on Cleveland and Walnut, Terry Norman is a neighborhood park. It contains several small pieces of playground equipment which are in fair condition. It is recommended that the City consider updating this equipment or closing this park, due to safety considerations.


  • Benny Gordon Memorial Park

    Benny Gordon Memorial Park is located on Kentucky Avenue, and it contains two basketball courts with lighting, an assortment of playground equipment, and a picnic shelter. This neighborhood park is conveniently located to several residential areas and Housing Authority properties within the City. This facility has been well maintained and is in good shape.


  • Riceville Park

    Serving residents of the Riceville area, Riceville Park is located on Rice Street between Earl Street and Murray Street. This neighborhood park is easily accessed, without crossing major traffic intersections. It offers playground equipment, a basketball court and an arbor with picnic tables. This park was developed approximately 30 years ago. All facilities in this park are in good shape.


  • Lohaus Baseball Field

    Located behind the police station, Lohaus Field has been renovated and now serves the community as a rst class facility. The stadium, reminiscent of the early days of baseball, has a covered wooden grand- stand with a seating capacity of 500. Lohaus Field is home to the Fulton Bulldogs High School Baseball Team and the Fulton Railroaders, an Ohio Valley League Summer Wooden Bat Collegiate Team.


  • Fulton Park

    Fulton Park, a twenty-three acre centrally located, open space containing four baseball fields, a treed playground area, public restroom and picnic shelters. The park is well maintained, despite a limited budget. The Park includes a mix of vintage and new playground equipment, which is all in good condition. This facility draws visitors from several counties and two states. This park is spacious and provides a variety of recreation opportunities, with ample parking space to accommodate large groups.


  • The Healing Space

    Experience the Gentle Healing Art of Reiki


  • RAISE the BAR

    Fitness solutions


  • Broadway Dance Company

    Teach combination dance classes incorporating ballet, lyrical, tap, jazz and hip hop! Students are aged 3 years and up. Students learn proper dance techniques and vocabulary in a FUN, age-appropriate class. Tumbling classes (gymnastics floor exercises) .


  • Pontotoc Community Center

    Park and Community Center


  • Campbell Plaza

    Campbell Plaza located at the corner of Lake and Commercial streets, includes a clock tower and offers a pavilion, picnic tables and benches. Campbell plaza is a jewel of a park right in the heart of the downtown area! It was a gift in memory of a family tied to this town’s history! The clock tower bears the names and faces of the family memorialized there. It offers a place to relax and enjoy a cool breeze under the canopy or enjoy a visit or meals in the shade. You can sit and enjoy the sights and sounds of downtown or just sit a spell!


  • Lewis-Weaks Memorial Park

    Playground, Shelter, Diamonds, Courts


  • Pontotoc Park

    Pontotoc Park is the centerpiece of the downtown business district. This park contains a gazebo, fountain, playground equipment, a walking trail, and is adjacent to ample parking spaces. The Community Center has accessible restroom facilities and a fully functional kitchen. The Park can accommodate large groups and offers a stage that includes a sound system. Pontotoc has been used for several downtown functions, including concerts and a Presidential visit. Pontotoc Park Is available for rent for most any function and is utilized by many organizations for celebrations and festivals.


  • Poison Control

    Free Poison Control guidance


  • Baptist Health Stork Line

    Helpline, information


  • RX Assist Patient Assistance Program Center

    Help with Prescriptions


  • Partnership for Prescription Assistance

    Help with Prescriptions


  • Mental Health American of Kentucky

    Wellness, Stigma, Continuing Education, Advocacy, Screenings, Research


  • Narcotics Anonymous

    NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using.


  • Readjustment Counseling Services (RCS)

    General Benefits Information, Disability Compensation, Pension, GI Bill, Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment, Dependents’ Educational Assistance, Survivor Benefits, Home Loans, Life Insurance, Appeals Modernization, Healthcare, Pharmacy


  • Kentucky Department of Veteran’s Affairs

    Here you will find information on benefits counseling, skilled long-term care at state veterans centers, dignified interment at state veterans cemeteries, health care, education, employment and special programs for women veterans, homeless veterans and others.


  • National Alliance for the Mentally Ill

    National Alliance on Mental Illness. Help Line, Advocacy, and Education


  • Western State-Mental Hospital

    Acute care adult psychiatric facility, screening, treatment, and support programs.


  • Fuller House

    Outpatient services, Illness Management and Recovery Program, Court Services, Hospital Services, IHOPE Program. Behavioral Health Counseling Services, Developmental Disabilities Services, Community Support, Regional Prevention Center.


  • Social Security Office

    Social security services, change your name,, Retirement, Disability, Medicare, Survivors, Supplemental Security Income, Retirement Estimator, After Incarceration, Appeal a Decision, Benefits Planner, Benefits Outside the U.S., Check Application or Appeal Status, Extra Help with Medicare, Prescription Drug Plan Costs, Explore the Benefits You May Be Due, Spouses Children, Children with Disabilities, Ticket to Work.


  • Kevil J U Memorial Foundation

    Disability Services funded in part through Kevil Korner Thrift Store. Day Training Program is designed to nurture existing skills as well as teach new ones that increase independent functioning. Classroom and educational opportunities at the Center are combined with activities in a variety of community settings to accomplish this goal. Adult Day Training program is the opportunity to work. Community based and supported employment services for those that meet criteria.


  • Disabled American Veterans

    DAV is a nonprofit charity that provides a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations and their families, helping more than 1 million veterans in positive, life-changing ways each year. Employment Services.


  • Mission Behind Bars & Beyond-Mentoring Program

    Reentry Services


  • Heartland CARES, Inc.

    HIV/AIDS treatment and care including medical care, behavioral health care, care coordination, housing assistance, nutrition assistance, anonymous testing. Community Education and Preventative Services.


  • Department of Public Advocacy

    Public Defenders Office: Murray Office (Covers: Calloway, Graves & Marshall County)


  • Department of Public Advocacy

    Public Defenders Office: Office Paducah (Covers: Ballard, Carlisle, Hickman, Fulton, Livingston and McCracken County)


  • Western Kentucky Reentry Council

    Reentry Services


  • Kenn-Tenn Food Bank

    Food Bank


  • Johnson Grove Baptist Church

    Assist with Food and utilities


  • Workforce Essentials Inc

    Employment Agency


  • Labor & Workforce Development

    Employment Agency


  • Job World Inc.

    Employment Agency


  • Hamilton-Ryker- Martin

    Employment Agency


  • Hamilton-Ryker- Union City

    Employment Agency


  • Fulton Parkway Church of Christ

    Celebrate Recovery- Thursday @10AM


  • Alternative Resources for Kentucky (ARK)

    Food, emergency medicine, transportation, and utility assistance. For Emergency Pantry call 270-883-2751 and leave a message someone will return your call. ARK also participates in Feeding America food bags with distribution held on the 1st Saturday of each month. The food pantry and distribution are located at the back door of the Fulton County-Hickman City Health Department. ARK also provides Feeding America bags to the Hickman Senior Center Clients once monthly.


  • Hickman Public Library

    We are the place to go to find the information you need. We provide books, audio books, videos, a wide variety of magazines and various local and national newspapers. If the material the public needs is not readily available at the library then the local librarian can put in a request for it through the interlibrary loan system. Free Internet service is available to the public and the 2 libraries also supply a hot spot for wireless Internet connection. Though our web page we have connections to various databases available these databases are free to public.


  • Fulton County Public Library

    We are the place to go to find the information you need. We provide books, audio books, videos, a wide variety of magazines and various local and national newspapers. If the material the public needs is not readily available at the library then the local librarian can put in a request for it through the interlibrary loan system. Free Internet service is available to the public and the 2 libraries also supply a hot spot for wireless Internet connection. Though our web page we have connections to various databases available these databases are free to public.


  • Purchase District- Hickman City Location

    Public Health Department. Immunizations, Pediatric, Lead, Oral Health, School Health Requirements, WIC, Breastfeeding, Nutrition, H.A.N.D.S Program, Prenatal, Family Planning, Breast and Cervical Cancer, Colon Cancer, TB, STD/HIV Testing, Health Education programs on substance abuse, diabetes, nutrition and physical activity, school health, colon and breast cancer, sex education.


  • Fulton County Adult Education

    Help with GED and NCRC (work skills)


  • Family Support

    Food Stamps, Medical & Welfare


  • Protection and Permanency

    Child and adult abuse and neglect, foster care and adoptions, etc.


  • The Family Connection

    Among the activities/programs/events/services offered by The Family Connection: mentoring, Backpack Feeding, BADD Club, Art Club, parent involvement events (GROW Festival, family nights), Reality Store, Truth & Consequences, career/health speakers, grandparents’ lunch, kindergarten readiness backpacks, substance abuse programs, emergency clothing/food assistance and connecting families to resources.


  • Carr Elementary

    Public Elementary


  • Fulton Independent Preschool Head Start

    Public Preschool


  • Fulton Independent Board of Education

    Governing body of Fulton Independent Schools


  • Fulton Independent Middle School

    Public Middle School


  • Fulton Independent High School

    Public High school


  • Family TIES FRYSC

    Provides services to break barriers


  • Area Technology Center

    Career Academy


  • Fulton County Elementary/Middle School

    Public Elementary/middle school


  • Fulton County High School

    Public High school


  • Fulton County School Board of Education

    Governing body of Fulton County School District


  • Healthy Fulton

    Health Coalition for Fulton County, Community Gardens


  • Hickman Chamber of Commerce

    Business Association


  • Trinity Episcopal Church

    Food Assistance


  • Church of the Nazarene

    Food Assistance


  • First United Methodist Church

    Sanctuary, Willingham Center, Community Garden, Food Pantry


  • Housing Authority of Hickman

    Low income housing, community garden


  • Housing Authority of Fulton

    Low income housing


  • West Kentucky Allied Services

    Alzheimer’s Disease Respite Program – Provides temporary respite for caregivers who are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease. Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) – Provides services to address poverty based on community need. Energy Assistance – Subsidy/Crisis Programs help maintain family stability. Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) – Emergency food, clothing and housing services. Home Care – Provides in-home services to increase the independence of those who are home-bound or at high risk of nursing home placement. Purchase Employment Program – Monies provided by ARRA to provide employment opportunities to low income people. Senior Community Services Employment Program – Provides participants 55+ years of age the opportunity to enter an on-the-job training experience. Senior Medicare Patrol – Empowers seniors to prevent Medicare abuse and fraud through education and advocacy programs. Weatherization – Winterizes homes to lower energy consumption and heating costs. WinterCare – Assists those in need with their utility bills


  • Medcare Pharmacy & Home Med

    Dispenses medication and medical equipment based on physician orders and will educate patients about how to safely take their medication or use their medical equipment.


  • Evans Rexall Drug Co

    Pharmacy


  • Walmart Pharmacy

    Pharmacy


  • Purchase District- Fulton City Location

    Public Health Department. Immunizations, Pediatric, Lead, Oral Health, School Health Requirements, WIC, Breastfeeding, Nutrition, H.A.N.D.S Program, Prenatal, Family Planning, Breast and Cervical Cancer, Colon Cancer, TB, STD/HIV Testing, Health Education programs on substance abuse, diabetes, nutrition and physical activity, school health, colon and breast cancer, sex education.


  • Jackson Purchase Primary Care Fulton Clinic

    Wellness visits (children & adults), Chronic & acute conditions, Immunizations, School, work & sports physicals, Women’s care. Additional services include: Urgent care for minor illnesses or injuries, DOT physicals & testing


  • Jackson Purchase Primary Care Hickman Clinic

    Wellness visits (children & adults), Chronic & acute conditions, Immunizations, School, work & sports physicals, Women’s care. Additional services include: Urgent care for minor illnesses or injuries, DOT physicals & testing


  • Dr. Indu B Malik

    Medical Clinic


  • Southwest Kentucky Ortho

    Medical Clinic


  • Good Samaritan Health & Wellness

    The primary services to be offered by the Good Samaritan Health & Wellness Center are primary care treatment by a volunteer medical staff; medication and laboratory tests; dental services; and wellness education and activities. The program is designed and supported by volunteers with no government funding and to be executed in a faith-based environment in an accessible location. The Center will be a means of helping the working uninsured obtain and maintain a healthy body and a mindset of hope and encouragement. Medical care will be offered to a community where many have no insurance and no access to continuous and timely care. The Center will offer alternatives to people who use costly emergency room services for their only medical care. A small donation, similar to an insurance co-pay, will be requested from those seeking medical and dental care. The donation is on a sliding scale based on the income of the individual. The requested donation begins at $15 for those whose income is minimum wage to $9 an hour, and gradually increases to a high of $30 for higher incomes.


  • Clinton-Hickman County ICF

    Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Facility


  • Diversicare of Fulton

    Short Term Rehabilitation, Complex Medical Care, Long Term Care, Lighthouse Memory Care, Respite Care, Hospice Care


  • Hickman City Park

    Park


  • Unity Park

    Park


  • Hickman City Ambulance Service

    Emergency Services


  • Fulton County Dispatch

    Emergency Services


  • City of Fulton Police Department

    The present day Fulton Police Department consists of four divisions. These divisions are the Patrol Division, Investigation Division, Administration Division and Animal Control.


  • City of Fulton Fire Department

    It is the mission of the Fulton Fire Department to preserve life and property, promote public safety and promote growth through leadership, education, management and actions, as a fire and rescue response provider in the City of Fulton, Kentucky.


  • Fulton City Attorney

    Fulton City Attorney


  • Fulton City Commissioners

    Fulton City Commissioners


  • Fulton City Mayor

    Fulton City Mayor


  • Fulton City Manager

    Fulton City Manager


  • Fulton City Clerk

    Fulton City Clerk


  • Hickman City Mayor

    City of Hickman Elected Official


  • Hickman City Commissioner

    City of Hickman Elected Official


  • Hickman City Commissioner

    City of Hickman Elected Official


  • Hickman City Commissioner

    City of Hickman Elected Official


  • Hickman City Commissioner

    City of Hickman Elected Official


  • Hickman City Police Department

    Emergency Services


  • Hickman City Attorney

    Hickman City Attorney


  • Utility Coordinator

    Utility Coordinator


  • Hickman City Secretary/Pay Roll Clerk

    Hickman City Secretary/Pay Roll Clerk


  • Hickman City Treasurer

    Hickman City Treasurer


  • Hickman City Clerk

    Hickman City Clerk


  • Hickman City Manager

    Hickman City Manager


  • Sherriff

    Property Taxes, Criminal Division, Process Server, Warrants/EPO’s, Auto Inspections, Evictions, Court Security, Concealed Deadly Weapons


  • Jailer

    Fulton County Jail; Includes Substance Abuse Treatment Program


  • County Clerk

    Motor Vehicles, Recordings, Elections, Delinquent Taxes, Notary Bonds, Marriage Licenses, Fees, Election Results


  • County Attorney

    County Attorney


  • Coroner

    Elected Official: Coroner


  • Judge Executive

    The county judge/executive shall be the chief executive of the county and shall have all the powers and perform all the duties of an executive and administrative nature vested in, or imposed upon, the county or its fiscal county by law, or by agreement with any municipality or other subdivision of government, and such additional powers as are granted by the fiscal court.


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