NYC Child Care
Resource & Referral Consortium
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The New York City Child Care Resource & Referral Consortium (NYC CCR&R) actively works to improve and increase access to a range of early learning programs including child care, Head Start, and Pre-Kindergarten.
The Consortium offers free and low-cost services including consultations and referrals for families to support them in making the appropriate choices for their children from birth through school-age.
We provide a range of trainings, technical assistance, and professional development opportunities for child care programs and providers.
The New York City Child Care Resource & Referral Consortium is funded by the New York State Office of Children & Family Services (OCFS).
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For parents seeking care
Our agencies can provide the right referrals for your family to support you in making the appropriate choices for your children from birth through school-age.
For child care providers seeking support
Whether you want to become a child care provider, or are an experienced provider looking to develop your services, the NYC CCR&R Consortium provides a range of trainings, technical assistance, and professional development opportunities for your program.
What we offer
We have events all over New York City that will help you enrich the lives of children in your care and improve the quality of childhood education.
Finding the right child care for your particular family can be a daunting task. Call us. We'll help!
Whether you're a new parent looking to increase your child's quality of life and opportunities, or a potential child care provider looking for their start, we can supply the materials and support you need.
The New York City Child Care Resource and Referral (NYC CCR&R) Consortium is comprised of four organizations that are committed to promoting and supporting high quality, culturally competent early care and education services. The NYC CCR&R maintains a computerized database with up-to-date information on a variety of child care programs including home and center-based early education programs, both private and subsidized.
Each organization brings a unique set of skills to its CCR&R work. This includes targeted work in Latino, Haitian, and Asian communities; outreach to employers and unions; participation in public policy advocacy; and an intensive understanding of the multiple complexities of the child care and early education service delivery systems.