What is the CCR&R Council?
The CCR&R Council manages and oversees the 14 Regional Lead Agencies to ensure the delivery of high quality CCR&R core services and access to special projects statewide.
In 2003, the North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education (DCDEE) began dividing the state’s CCR&R services to establish a strong child care resource and referral system.
DCDEE initially divided the state into 18 service delivery regions and issued a Request for Application to choose Regional Lead Agencies that would be charged to work with their local CCR&Rs to ensure consistent access to comprehensive, high quality CCR&R services in every county.
In July 2010, the state was reorganized into the 14 regions we have today.
The CCR&R Council, comprising three Council Management Agencies, is responsible for:
In addition to overseeing the delivery of core CCR&R services, the CCR&R Council manages four special projects to improve the quality of child care statewide.
Find out how CCR&R agencies make an impact.