Child Care Resource & Referral

CCR&R is a community based non-profit agency offering services to parents, child care providers, employers
and the community that improve the quality and accessibility of early childhood education and care.

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1001 W. Kennedy Avenue, Suite A   Kimberly, WI 54136   920-886-1211   1-800-749-KIDS

 CCR&R is a member of the Supporting Families Together Association and Child Care Aware America 

 

Upcoming Webinar: The Center of Excellence for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Toolbox - An Introduction for Early Care and Education Programs and Providers

Mark your calendars for this upcoming webinar!  Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 from 1:00-2:00pm Central Time

This webinar will introduce early care and education providers to the first-of-its kind Toolbox for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (IECMHC). The toolbox offers over 60 free interactive planning tools, guides, videos, PDFs and other resources to support IECMHC efforts in states, tribes and communities. Participants will leave with a more comprehensive understanding of how to apply these vast resources to efforts to develop and enhance IECMHC services to better support children’s healthy development from infancy through the transition to school. The Toolbox offers information about the latest research and best practices for IECMHC in infant and early care and education settings. 

Farm to Early Childhood Education Resources

Farm to early care and education (farm to ECE) is a natural extension of farm to school that offers increased access to healthy, local foods, gardening opportunities and food-based activities to enhance the quality of the educational experience in all types of ECE settings (e.g., preschools, child care centers, family child care homes, Head Start/Early Head Start, programs in K-12 school districts).

Early Childhood Trauma - Strategies for Early Care and Education programs

Nearly 35 million children in the United States have been exposed to some kind of trauma, such as an accidental injury, neglect, or abuse. Young children are at especially high risk of exposure compared with older children. Since early trauma can be hard to identify and address, the adults who care for young kids must be supported and trained in recognizing warning signs and responding appropriately.

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