Training: CCR&R’s offer state approved/accepted training for parents, providers and foster parents to assist them in meeting the needs of the children in their care.
Technical Assistance (TA): Assistance is available to current and potential providers looking to improve the quality of care being provided, open a new child care program, or seek some form of credential or accreditation.
Public Awareness : Statewide and local efforts take place within each CCR&R to increase the knowledge of children's needs and to support affordable, accessible, quality child care.
Inclusion Services: Technical assistance and support is offered to include children with special needs into typically developing settings.
Quality Improvement Project: Each CCR&R offers quality improvement funds and technical assistance to family and group child care providers through a competitive grant process.
Please go to our Contact page to visit the website of your Child Care Resource and Referral Agency to learn more about their services or to access many of the services listed above.