Childhoodpreparedness.org now has resources for COVID-19 that are free to use and share. The resources include how to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and more COVID-19 related information.
The State of North Carolina is urging all families who can keep their children at home, with a responsible adult, to do so. Emergency and first responders and essential workers needing referrals to child care programs that are open and operating for children ages birth to twelve should call the
Family Child Care Home (FCCH) posted a webinar that explains the new federal relief options and what is specifically available for FCCHs. In addition, they have also provided slides that walks family child care providers through what they need to know and how they can go about applying for assistance.
The bipartisan Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act—which became law on March 27—is the third stimulus package in a series of bills designed to mitigate the harm of our current economic and public health crisis. Child care providers—who are predominantly women, disproportionately women of color, and already underpaid—are
Essentials for Choosing Summer Camps We are pleased to introduce our new publication designed to help families choose summer camps and activities for school-aged children and teens in the Triangle and beyond. In this publication from CCSA, you will find key information on how to select a summer program that
Cash Options for Providers During Coronavirus Pandemic Child Care Aware of America published an overview of some of the federal responses to COVID-19. It provides specific guidance to providers and CCR&Rs about what they can do now and where they can go for help: Cash Options for Providers During Coronavirus