Welcome to the North Carolina Child Care Health and Safety Resource Center!

We promote healthy and safe indoor and outdoor environments for children in early care and education settings through child care health consultation. Information, resources, referrals, technical assistance, and on-going support are available to the child health and child care communities.

For information related to child health and health and safety in child care we welcome you to explore our website. Contact the NC Resource Center using the online form or toll free number 1-800-367-2229. Anyone in the greater early care and education community is welcome to call!

Recent Posts
 
  • NC Farm to Preschool News ~June

    Check out the June News from the NC Farm to Preschool Network (NCF2PSN). The purpose of the Network is to connect, educate, develop, and share resources between community and state partners, farmers, early childhood educators, and families to spark the … Continued

  • UNC’s NAPSACC Program Receives National Recognition as “Best Evidence for Impact” on Childhood Obesity

    A recent brief by Healthy Eating Research, a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, states that NAPSACC (Nutrition and Physical Activity Self-Assessment for Child Care) has the “best evidence for impact” on obesity prevention in young children. Developed … Continued

  • May 2019 News from the Center for the Developing Child at Harvard

    Check out May’s updates on the latest content, events, and more from the Center on the Developing Child! Included are: A new, practical, how-to video that shows adults and children serving and returning. Serve and return interactions are fun, easy, … Continued

  • NC Farm to Preschool News ~May

    Check out the May News from the NC Farm to Preschool Network (NCF2PSN). The purpose of the Network is to connect, educate, develop, and share resources between community and state partners, farmers, early childhood educators, and families to spark the … Continued

  • Spring 2019 E-News – The Joy of Feeding

    “The Joy of Feeding” Spring issue of the E-News includes: Feeding Young Children Supportive Environments for Breastfeeding in Child Care Food Allergies Pass the Peas, Please! Family-Style Dining in Child Care Calendar References You can also access the issue in … Continued