Find comprehensive information and guidance on the Child and Adult Care Food Program from NC DHHS, including: More about the CACFP Program How To Apply Forms Policy Memos Meal Patterns and Nutrition Resources Program Resources Training NC CARES Access and Assistance Farm to CACFP SFA-ARAM Resources (School Food Authorities participating in and in good standing… Continue reading Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)
Self-Help is a leading non-profit financial institution headquartered in Durham, NC. As a national community development organization, they have more than 188,000 members and have delivered $11 billion in financing to help over 198,000 people buy homes, start and build businesses, and strengthen community resources, across the United States. Self-Help Credit Union now has 35… Continue reading Business and Financial Support (Self-Help Credit Union)
The NC Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) Council now has a Provider Portal – a new secure web portal powered by WorkLife Systems for child care providers like you! This short how-to guide will help you log in and start using the Provider Portal to: Update your program data for families looking for child… Continue reading NC CCR&R Provider Portal Quick Start Guide
Child care license requirements and regulations for programs that are regulated by the Division of Child Development and Early Education (DCDEE). Includes Family Child Care Homes and Child Care Centers.
Frequently asked questions by child care providers about licensing requirements.
In September 2000, the Division issued star rated licenses to child care centers and family child care homes meeting all minimum child care requirements, as well as those choosing to meet higher standards. In 2005, the Division changed the way facilities earned stars in order to more accurately reflect indicators of a program’s quality. Currently,… Continue reading Star Rated License
Information on star ratings, compliance history, and more.
North Carolina operates a statewide child care assistance program for low-income and other eligible families. This program helps families afford child care by sharing the cost of care. Most parents must pay a fee, depending on the size of their family and their income. More than 100,000 children in North Carolina benefit from this program… Continue reading Subsidized Child Care: Care for Children Receiving Subsidy
The Child Care WAGE$® Program provides education-based salary supplements to low-paid teachers, directors and family child care providers working with children between the ages of birth to five in participating counties. If you’re just learning about the WAGE$ Program, be sure to check out the program overview, F.A.Q, and learn about the results WAGE$ can provide. You’ll also find information… Continue reading Child Care WAGE$® Program
The T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® North Carolina Scholarship Program provides educational scholarships to early care professionals and those who perform specialized functions in the early care system. If you’re just learning about the program, be sure to check out the program overview and F.A.Q, or see our community college directory. You’ll also find information on how to qualify… Continue reading T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® Project