Mission: The mission of the wolfeboro area childrens center is to enhance the well being of families and the community by meeting the developmental and educational needs of children through comprehensive, affordable, high quality child and family services and to cooperate with other agencies serving these needs.
Programs: Group day care - child care and developmental program for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years. The wolfeboro area childrens center is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1974 to enhance the well-being of familiies and the community by meeting the needs of children through comprehensive, affordable child and family services.
preschool/ special needs - mainstream programming and therapies for children aged birth to 6 years who are developmentally delayed or physically challenged.
family day care - affiliation with approximately 5 home day care providers sponsored by the usda food program. Family services - families receive direct and indirect services through forum seminars and therapy.
I am a board member for this wonderful facility, but I only joined the board after my first child had been attending the center for almost one year. I have two children at the center now, and I know they have greatly benefited from the amazing care and education of this facility. What the staff have done and continue to do toward the caring of my children is such a relief of stress and burden for me and my wife, since we must have the dual incomes in today's economy. The Wolfeboro Area Children's Center is unique in that they offer more than just child care in the typical sense of the term. The people there care for kids from infancy to school age. They offer meals. They offer a learning environment. The Center has tuition assistance, an onsite social worker, a preschool-special needs program, a before-and-after school program for school-age children, and so much more. Our community is better because of this wonderful place.