Quick Phone Numbers and Resources:
Emergency Police, Fire, Ambulance: 911
St. George Police: 627-4999
Washington County Sheriff: 656-6500
To Report Child Abuse: 1-855-323-3237
Resources For Parents:
How Can I Help My Child Become a Better Student?
Information on Internet Safety:
Information for Families on Underage Drinking:
Parenting Classes and Similar Community Resources
- AACI: Contact DCFS at 435-652-2981
- Choice In-Home Solutions: 888-625-1055
- Southwest Behavioral Health Center: Contact Sara 435-634-5604
Parenting Wisely. Computer based, separate courses for parents and children. No fee. Call to schedule.
- The Learning Center for Families: 435-373-5353 ext. 127
123 Magic and Step-family Education classes. Classes for whole family. Childcare for 5 and under provided. No fee.
- Family Resource Center/Washington County School District: 673-3553 ext. 358
Strengthening Families. 7 week course. Offered 2-4 times a year; call to register. No Fee.
- Washington County Youth Crisis Center: to register call Megan or Bear @ 435-656-6100
Strengthening Families. Classes every Thursday 6-8 pm. Free Dinner provided. No Fee. Other counseling and support services.
Affordable Health and Wellness Services
Please note that if you have a life threatening medical problem, please call 911.
- Family HealthCare: Family health care, Immunizations, Prenatal Care and Delivery, Infant and Child Health, Cancer Screening, Well and Sick Child Care, Counseling Services, Dental Services. Accept all major insurance, CHIP, PCN, Medicaid, Medicare. Reduced fees for uninsured.
25 N. 100 E. St. George, UT 435-986-2565
2410 E. Riverside Drive St. George, UT 435-986-2565 ext. 511
Online Educational Services and Help
- Kahn Academy: This is an amazing website for help in all school areas. It will test students and find their areas of weakness, there are grade specific tutoring videos and walk throughs, and best of all it is free and fun. Requires an email sign in but they do not spam.
- Pioneer K-12: Utah's online library. This is a great website for online articles, encyclopedias, archives of local newspapers, and so much more. Very useful tool. A username and password is required for use at home; please contact Mr. Armstrong (firstname.lastname@example.org - remove the spaces) or your child's Language Arts teacher for the login information.
Community Human Services:
for more services see: http://www.uw.org/211/