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Graves County Resource Officer
Office Location: GCHS
Phone: (270)328-4995 or (270)674-4995
Useful Phone Numbers
Department of Community Based Services:
K-Tap, Food Stamps, Medical Card 247-2862
Protection & Permanency 247-4711
Division of Child Care 247-2638
Child Support Enforcement 247-6323
Senior Citizens 247-2566
Social Security 247-8095
Red Cross 247-3921
Hope for life Pregnancy Center 247-3190
Child Advocacy 251-2060 ext 10
Crime Victims Assistance 251-2060 ext 11
Merryman House Domestic Crisis Center 443-6001
Rape Crisis Center 1-800 928-7273
Purchase Area Child Care & Referral 247-7171
Parent Help Line 1-800 432-9251
(24hr support line for information & support for parents & care givers)
Graves County Health Department 247-3553
Graves County Medical Clinic 251-9885
Jackson Purchase 251-4100
Four Rivers Behavioral Health 247-2588
Fuller Substance Abuse Center 247-2588
Kentucky Regional Poison Control 1-800-764-7661
Non Emergency Numbers:
Graves County Sheriff 247-4501
Kentucky State Police 856-3721 (Post 1 Mayfield)
Mayfield Police Department 247-1621
Mayfield Fire Department 247-1981
Graves County Judge Executive 247-3626
Graves County Attorney 247-6321
Graves County Court Designated Worker (CDW) 247-2308
Department of Juvenile Justice 251-9857
Alcohol EDU for Parents
http://www.att.com/gen/press-room?pid=2964 - Watch AT&T's new 10-minute documentary titled "The Last Text," featuring stories of real individuals whose lives have been adversely affected by texting behind the wheel.
http://www.theantidrug.com/ - TheAntiDrug.com serves as a drug prevention information center, and a supportive community for parents to interact and learn from each other.
http://www.drugfree.org/ - The Partnership for a Drug-Free America is a nonprofit organization that unites parents, renowned scientists and communications professionals to help families raise healthy children. Drugfree.org provides answers, guidance, tips and stories.
http://ncadi.samhsa.gov/ - SAMHSA's National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI) is the Nation's one-stop resource for information about substance abuse prevention and addiction treatment
http://www.kysafeschools.org/ - Kentucky has taken a major step to address the issue of school safety. With the passage of House Bill 330 in the 1998 General Assembly, an opportunity was established to create safe, secure learning environments where all children can successfully achieve.
http://www.gravescap.org/Services.html - In 1989, a task force was formed of community leaders concerned about the rising reports of child abuse and neglect Mayfield-Graves County. These individuals worked closely with the Cabinet for Families and Children, as well as local law enforcement personnel to try and discern the alarming statistics for our county. Because of these concerned citizens, the Child Advocacy Program, Inc. was formed.
http://www.gcasap.org/ - The Graves County ASAP Board is comprised of local citizens who want to make a difference in their community. The abuse of drugs--both prescription and illegal; the abuse of alcohol; the use of tobacco and other substances are problems in all communities. However, we believe that the Graves County ASAP Board can affect a positive change in our community. We welcome any community member to local ASAP meetings, which are held the 2nd Friday of every month at the Graves County Health Department at 1 p.m
http://www.alcoholscreening.org/ - Free Alcohol screening website
http://www.mhmr.ky.gov - Kentucky Department for Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Addiction Services home page.
http://kycrimeprevention.org/index.html : To reduce and prevent crime and enhance the quality of life in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The Kentucky Crime Prevention Coalition will build a membership organization that promotes crime prevention through innovative training and inclusive participation from diverse segments of the Commonwealth.