Care and educational services for families with young children are part of the municipality’s own tasks, but municipalities are not obliged to run such services. As a result, children from birth to 3-4 years old living in villages are most often “invisible”. A major obstacle to the creation of local integrated services is the organisational structure. The municipality’s tasks in the areas of social welfare, education, health, culture have separate (departmental) funding paths, which leads to sectorisation of services, lack of contact between institutions and difficulties in combining the budgets of individual institutions. Our answer to this problem is the Child and Family Centres.