Finding child care can be an overwhelming task. That is why 4C is here to make the search easier.
Call us, email us or use our online search to access a list of child care providers. Trained specialists can also work with you to identify specific needs and do a customized search, even for hard-to-find care.
Story time at the library!
Bring your children to story time at your local library! Spend quality family time, build early literacy skills, gain new ideas for reading at home and more. Check out these story time opportunities from around the region or find one near you:
Kids from ages 2-6, along with a parents, are invited to
celebrate Halloween from 2-3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12, at the William E. Durr Branch Library. The afternoon will include stories, games and trick-or-treating. Wear a costume!
Helping your child learn everyday!
Discover free online resources
There are many online resources available to help you enhance your child's learning experiences. For example, 4C's website features
Learning Every Day activities like the one below, and United Way features
Born Learning tools on its website. Both can help you learn more about developmental milestones and so much more!
What if every child in our community had access to the very best care and education----right from the beginning? 4C for Children is leading the way toward that future for our community. For more than 45 years, the nonprofit agency has been giving the youngest kids a strong start in life----by supporting everyone who cares for them. For parents and caregivers----whether working or stay-at-home----4C helps navigate child care options and parenting supports. 4C believes that when a child gets a solid foundation in those crucial early years, they'll be successful throughout their life. Find quality child care, child development resources and more at 4cforchildren.org/parents.