McKinney-Vento Information & Resources

Community Websites

Education Resources

Community Resources

PATH (Providing Access to Help)

This is available to anyone looking for basic needs, crisis and mental health services, financial assistance, health care, support groups, etc.

PATH está disponible para proporcionar recursos a cualquier persona de la comunidad, incluyendo necesidades básicas, servicios de crisis y de salud mental, asistencia financiera, atención médica, grupos de apoyo, etc. Llame al 211 para que alguien le ayude por teléfono. 

  • When using the PATH website, be sure to enter your zip code and city to get local resources
  • Click on any of the topics listed on the site to get more information
  • There are some resources for the Hispanic/Latino community as well
  • You can call 211 for someone to help you over the phone (Se habla espanol)
  • Ask for eligibility requirements to be sure you meet the criteria for services and have everything you need ready when applying

St. Charles Public Library Card

District 303 students who do not live within the St. Charles Public Library District or is not eligible or a library card at another library can receive a student card.

Parents/guardians can opt in to receive a card through registration or call the District Administration office at 331.228.2000 for assistance. Go to the library website and read the section titled "District 303 Student Library Card" at the bottom of the page for more information.

Health Resources

Meal Resources

Northern Illinois FoodBank

Food and personal supply donations are accepted between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at the Northern Illinois Foodbank, 273 Dearborn Ct. Geneva, IL.

Items are distributed at local food pantries. To see a list of distribution locations, please visit the Northern Illinois Foodbank website and enter your zip code.