Child Care Resource + Referral - Southern Region
|2010 Fiscal Year Report
|The Children’s Home + Aid Child Care Resource and Referral Program is honored to share with you our Fiscal Year 2010 Annual Report (July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010). The report includes summaries, outcomes, achievements and testimonials on the success of the CCR+R Program services. We hope you will find this a useful tool as we continue to advocate for investments in high quality early care and education.
Click here to view the Fiscal Year 2010 Annual Report
|Read the CCR+R Newsletter Ready, Set, Grow
Children's Home + Aid Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR+R) Program was founded in 1990 to support and strengthen the child care system in Illinois.
The Children's Home + Aid CCR+R Program is an informational resource for: families, child care providers, employers and communities in Bond, Clinton, Madison, Monroe, Randolph, St. Clair and Washington counties.
Children's Home + Aid Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR+R) Program is funded in part by the Illinois Network of Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies (INCCRRA), Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) and United Way Agencies.
Information is available about:
- child care options
- child care assistance
- becoming licensed
- professional development opportunities
- on-site technical assistance
- family responsive workplace policies
- statistical and geographical data
- grants and scholarships
- playground inspections/nurse consultations
The goal of the Child Care Resource + Referral Program is to deliver the highest quality service. We would appreciate hearing your success stories as well as complaints. Please contact Kim Hunt, Children's Home + Aid Child Care Program Director at 800-267-9200 Ext. 123., or they can be mailed to:
Children's Home + Aid Child Care Resource + Referral
2133 Johnson Road
Granite City, IL 62040
Ph: 800-467-9200 or 618-452-8900 ♦ Fax: 618-452-9136
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
We maintain the confidentiality of our customers. Your information will not be shared without your permission.
INCCRRA has launched “Safe Simple Sleep,” a campaign for infants. Babies haven’t changed but the way we put them to sleep has. (see flyer)
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