About Child Care Resources Inc.
Child Care Resources Inc. ("CCRI") is the go-to source for early care and education and school-age child care in this community.
We help to ensure that all young children - particularly those at educational risk - have the kinds of early learning experiences that promote school and lifelong success.
Families and child care programs need help to make child care work better...for all those who rely on it. Child Care Resources Inc. provides that help!
CCRI serves Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Union, Rowan, and Stanly counties in North Carolina. CCRI also serves on the NC Child Care Resource & Referral Council that...
60,000 quality child care referrals provided to families last year.
37,090 children enrolled
in 4- and 5-star early learning programs in counties served by CCRI.
$50.8 million in child care financial aid administered to eligible families.
7,224 children received subsidized quality child care in Mecklenburg County (monthly average).
1,420 hours of professional development training delivered by CCRI staff.
3,505 early educators trained by CCRI's professional development programs.
Our consumer education service for families across the economic spectrum seeking early learning opportunities and child care programs for their children (0-12 years).
Our child care financial aid program that helps low-income working families in Mecklenburg County pay for quality child care for their children (0-12 years).
Our training, technical assistance, and consultation services to help child care providers gain knowledge, build skills, and improve their program quality to promote children's overall well-being and school readiness.
Our federally-funded program that provides full-day, full year child care with comprehensive health, mental health, and family support services for infants and toddlers whose families are living at the poverty level.
Our collaborative demonstration project with Read Charlotte that stacks and aligns evidence-based early literacy interventions to level the playing field for low-income children in Mecklenburg County so they start kindergarten ready to learn to read.
Our federally-funded program that promotes good nutrition by providing food subsidies and training to child care programs serving children from low-income families.