- Address: 3299 Claremont Way, Napa, CA, United States
- Phone: (707) 253-0376
- Website: http://www.crcnapa.org/
- Email: email@example.com
- Categories: Activities & Classes, Arts & Crafts, Free Things to Do, Other, Parent Resources
- Age Groups Served: Babies, Preschoolers, Toddlers
Community Resources for Children
Who We Are
The mission of Community Resources for Children is to provide resources for the early care and education of children in Napa County.
A commitment to children:
Children are our most important investment in the future. Children develop best in their own families, and families develop best in communities that invest in them. A community that protects the rights of its children to grow up safe, healthy, valued, and well educated is a community striding toward a brilliant tomorrow.
We at Community Resources for Children work to break the barriers that deny children the kind of caring they deserve. Through community education and advocacy, and through providing services with an emphasis on excellence, we strive to insure the availability of comprehensive child and family services to all of the families in our community.
What We Do
Community Resources for Children is a non profit, community based organization.
We support parents’ efforts to provide quality early learning environments and opportunities for their children by increasing the supply, access, and quality of child care and early learning experiences throughout Napa County.
- Provide free child care referrals for licensed facilities throughout Napa County
- Recruit and support child care providers
- Conduct training on all aspects of child development for providers and parents
- Loan quality toys and learning materials
- Offer educational activities for children and families
- Administer the eligibility list for subsidized child care
- Provide a child care voucher program that enables parents to work, continue their education, or resolve an emergency situation
- Advocate for children and families issues
- Educate the community on the needs of young children and families