Crawford County offers many resources and great assets for area residents.
Breeden Memorial Library is a privately funded library that houses thousands of books, audiobooks, and DVD's, gives access to free computers and wi-fi, provides services such as copying and faxing, and offers programming for children and adults.
A collaborator and convener, the CFCC is Crawford County’s charitable solution provider for grantmaking, estate plan guidance and tools, educational scholarships, and nonprofit supports through the lens of community leadership and growth.
Economic Development Growth, Business Advising and Development, Employee Development, and Workforce The Crawford County Economic Development Partnership has the tools and resources to get your business started off right. We also offer employee assistance services. Whether you need help brushing up on your resume, practicing interviews, or developing new skills, we can help with these free services.
Provides historical and genealogy records for research. Also operates the Proctor House in Marengo for tours and open houses.
The library supports the community with free access to books magazines movies informational programs and genealogy research. Wireless access is available 24/7 with tech assistance during normal business hours.
We currently offer 3-week courses to get CDL class A license.
Harrison County Lifelong Learning is a career and education center serving several counties in Southern Indiana. We administer the high school equivalency test for Crawford County.
The Purdue Extension Nutrition Education Program (NEP) works to improve the nutrition and health of audiences with limited resources in Indiana. We offer two major initiatives to communities, free of charge.
The Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service provides education, expertise, and local solutions in every county in Indiana. We serve in 4 program areas. Health & Human Sciences; Community Development; Agriculture and 4-H Youth Development.
Preschool program providing children with Kindergarten readiness through play-based learning and a strong academic curriculum from licensed teachers who care.
We offer after-school programming within the Crawford County Community Schools and a childcare site located at Marengo UMC.