Mission: To provide and advocate for quality childcare and early education.
Programs: The organization provides child care services through 4 centers with a total licensed capacity of 307 children. Programs include early education for low-income families and parents.
through federal funding from the child and adult care food program administered by the us department of agriculture, the organization reimburses certain food costs incurred by qualified local home-based child care centers.
the child care resource network (tccrn) supports the needs of child care providers and families in northwest indiana. Tccrn helps families find quality child care that meets their individual needs while providing child care providers with the knowledge and material to increase the quality of care provided. A program of right steps, tccrn is a not- for-profit community resource serving benton, boone, carroll, cass, fountain, jasper, newton, pulaski, tippecanoe, warren and white counties.
a community program which mails age appropriate books directly to registered children's homes, regardless of income levels, each month until the child's 5th birthday.