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  • Title: Georgia Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies
    Descriptive info: .. Board of Directors.. Mission and Vision.. Home.. The Georgia Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (GACCRRA) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), membership organization composed of 6 regional Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (CCR Rs) serving the state of Georgia.. Because of the long-standing relationships CCR Rs have established in their communities, they are in a unique position to support the development of quality child care in Georgia.. CCR Rs play a catalyst role as change agents in their communities, improving child care and family support systems.. About Us.. Find out more about GACCRRA's mission, vision, and history.. Meet the Board of Directors and contact the individual CCR Rs across the  ...   Learn more about these services.. Providers.. Services offered to early childhood educators/child care providers include training, technical assistance, access to materials educational newsletters, advocacy, and more.. Communities and Employers.. CCR Rs are a great resource for the employers and the community at large.. Services include enhanced referrals, parent education services, and advocacy education.. Find out more about these programs.. Contact Us.. Contact your local CCR R and access their contact information.. You will find links to each CCR R's Traning Calendar, Provider Newsletter, and/or Parent Newsletter.. Find your CCR R.. GACCRRA.. 50 Executive Park South, Suite 5015.. Atlanta, GA 30329.. 877-ALL-GA-KIDS.. www.. gaccrra.. org.. Copyright 2005 GACCRRA.. All Rights Reserved.. Contact the Webmaster..

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  • Title: GACCRRA Board of Directors
    Descriptive info: Georgia.. Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies.. Child Care Resource and Referral North Region.. Child Care Resource and Referral Metro Region.. Child Care Resource and Referral Central Region.. Child Care Resource and Referral Southwest Region.. Child Care Resource and Referral Southeast Region.. Child Care Resource and Referral East Region.. GACCRRA Board of Directors.. Board Officers.. Pam Runkle, President.. Pam has worked in early care and education for 24 years.. She is the Executive Director of CCR R for Quality Care for Children.. Since 2000 Pam has served as the President of the Georgia Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies.. She worked closely with the state to secure funding for the state network office.. She serves on various statewide and national committees that impact child care providers and families including Georgia s Early Childhood Comprehensive System Committee, the Advancing Careers Committee, Georgia s Economic Impact Study Committee and the Quality System Indicator Committee.. Pam has been a member of NACCRRA s State Network Leadership Council representing Georgia and is now Georgia s representative on the Membership Council.. She served on the 2000 NACCRRA s Urban Committee and helped plan the Urban Conference track.. Pam served on the NACCRRA Regional Conference Planning Committee for two years and served as the Chair for the NACCRRA 1998 Southeast Regional Conference.. Pam has a B.. S.. in Social Work from Georgia State University.. She has certificates in Advanced Day Care Administration and Child Care Resource and Referral from Wheelock College.. She received the Georgia Association on Young Children 2005 Advocate of the Year Award.. Julie Phillips, Vice President.. Julie is the Director of the Child Care Resource and Referral Agency of East Georgia at Augusta.. As a graduate of the Family Consumer Sciences Program at Georgia Southern University, Julie began her career as a Child Protective Services Investigator for Richmond County Department of Family Children Services.. In Savannah, she was the Director of a Day Habilitation Program for adults with developmental disabilities.. She then became Director of the Savannah CCR R.. Shortly after, her administrative home was awarded the contract for the Augusta CCR R and Julie returned to Augusta to provide leadership to the new agency.. She has served as the Director of this office since 1998.. During that time, she has obtained her M.. Ed.. Julie is a member of NACCRRA, NAEYC, SECA, and GAYC.. Julie currently serves on the United Way Community Impact Council, the Head Start Education Advisory Board, The Partnership for Children and Families, and is the Chair of the Augusta Tech Early Childhood Advisory Committee.. Sherry Costa, Treasurer.. Sherry is the Director of the Child Care Resource and Referral Agency of Southeast Georgia at Savannah.. Prior to that, she was the County Coordinator for APPLES for Children; Child Care Resource and Referral serving Western Maryland.. She is a member of NAEYC, SECA, GAYC, and NACCRRA.. In Maryland, Sherry served on the Advisory Board for the Garrett County Maryland Community Action and Head Start programs, the Garrett County LICC, the Early Childhood Advisory Council, and the County Commissioner s Women s Advisory Council.. Currently, Sherry is on the Early Education Council for Church of the Cross.. She is a Chatham County Early Childhood Advisory member, a Child Care Collaborative Board member, an Interagency Coordinating Council member, and serves on the Chatham County BOA Collaborative as an Economic Development Advisory member.. Please verify names of committees the form was unclear.. Sherry also serves on the Student Success Committee and Early Childhood Curriculum Review Committee with Savannah Tec.. hnical College.. Mary Jackson, Secretary.. Mary has been the Director of the Child Care Resource and Referral of West Georgia at Thomaston for 12 years.. Prior to that, she worked as a Social Worker at a Child Development Center where she was responsible for enrollment, recruitment, children s record maintenance, management of the Child and Adult Care Food Program, staff training organization and, maintaining programmatic compliance with DHR standards.. Mary also worked as a central office staff person with the Thomaston-Upson County Board of Education.. Mary received her Bachelor s Degree in Behavioral Sciences from Tift College.. She sits on the Family Connection Boards in Upson, Meriwether, and Heard Counties.. She was the 2006 recipient of the Jo Cato perseverance on Behalf of Children and Families Award from the Georgia Association on Young Children.. Mary has volunteered for United Way, served as a  ...   Child Life Council.. She was on the Birth to Five statewide Consortium and the Project Exceptional Committee with Georgia Southern University.. Currently, she serves on the Planning Committee for the Southern Conference on Children and is on the GAYC Board of Directors and chairs the Quality Improvements and Accreditation Committee.. Jerri is also on the Bright From The Start Quality Systems Indicator Advisory board.. Kay Laws.. Kay works for Head Start in the Ninth District Opportunity where she is Executive Director and leads the Policy Council in her district.. She led her district to win the Quality Initiative Program of Excellence (in what year?).. She serves on the Georgia Head Start Association Board and is on the Finance Committee.. She is a member of the National Head Start Association.. She is collaborating with the Child Care Resource and Referral Agency serving Northeast Georgia at Gainesville to help the Head Start teachers in her district to obtain their Child Development Associate Credential, their Associate of Science Degree in Early Care and Education, and ultimately their Bachelor of Science Degree in Early Care and Education.. Kay is a member of the Band Booster Club for Winder High School and belongs to Christian First Baptist Church in Winder.. Tammy Mixon.. Tammy serves as Executive Director of the Wesley Community Center, working extensively with Smart Start, the local CCR R, and many other partnering agencies to advocate for quality early learning programming in the Savannah and surrounding communities.. A member of the National Association of Female Executives, she sits on many local and regional Boards, including the Lifeline for Children Council, the Southeast Chapter Division of the March of Dimes, the AIDS Coalition, and the R.. O.. C.. K.. Group.. She is also active in personal service and faith-based causes, including the Savannah District Board of Missions for the United Methodist Church.. Jenny Nicholson.. A former local television news personality, Jenny has positioned herself as a community leader, championing many causes in the Albany area.. Chair of Phoebe s Community Outreach Council, she also sits on the Friends of Chehaw Park Board of Directors and the Southwest Georgia Rural Health Collaborative.. She is especially supportive of local fundraisers promoting physical fitness and service, participating annually in fundraising walks for the American Heart Association, Light the Night and the Alzheimer s Association.. She is this year's Chair for the American Cancer Society Albany chapter Relay for Life.. Elizabeth Tabor.. Elizabeth is currently serving as the Director of Grants and Contracts for Mercer University in Macon.. She was formerly an Audit Partner of Cherry, Bekaert, Holland, LLP, an accounting firm dedicated to serving not-for-profit and government entity clients.. Elizabeth has 35 years of experience in the accounting field, and served on the firm s Executive Board and Not-For-Profit Committee.. A contributing member of national, state and local professional CPA and business executive associations, she was the recipient of the Georgia Society of CPA s 2006 Public Service Award and served on the Professional Ethics Executive Committee of the American Institute of CPAs.. She previously served on the Boards of Quality Care for Children as well as the Midtown Atlanta Rotary Club and has held the office of Treasurer on both, in addition to serving as President of the board of Quality Care for Children for a two-year term.. Dru Thomas.. Dru is the director of the CCR R serving Northeast Georgia at Gainesville.. She serves on the board and the personnel committee of the Ninth District and is a member of Gainesville State College Women s Organization.. She leads the committee for the Gateway House.. Dru is a member of NAEYC, SECA, GAYC, NAFCC, and NEGFCCA.. She volunteers as the Secretary and Treasurer of Aldersgate class at First United Methodist Church and with the Chestatee High School Drama Booster s Club.. Kay Wilson.. Kay is an Instructor for Early Childhood Education at Swainsboro Technical College and serves on the local CCR R Advisory Committee.. Serving as Director for the CCR R of East Central Georgia at Swainsboro for 13 years, Kay is responsible for expanding the local CCR R services through opening the Dublin satellite office.. She holds years of service on the American Heart Association Board, additionally continuing active membership in the Georgia Association on Young Children, the National Association for the Education of Young Children, and American Cancer Society, particularly supporting the Relay for Life fundraiser..

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  • Title: GACCRRA's Mission, Vision, and History
    Descriptive info: GACCRRA's Mission, Vision, and History.. Our Mission.. As a volunteer network of CCR R agencies, we support all Georgia's families, caregivers and communities in an unified effort to provide, promote, and receive high quality childcare for all children in Georgia to reach their full potential, being ready to succeed in school and life.. Our Vision.. All Georgia's children experiencae high quality early care environment supported by families, providers, and communities.. Our History.. For more than 20 years, child care resource and referral services (CCR R) have been offered in Georgia.. The first resource and referral was started in 1983.. In 1991, five CCR R agencies joined together to form the Georgia Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (GACCRRA).. In 1993, GACCRRA developed a plan and was funded by the Georgia Child Care Council to provide technical assistance to CCR R s and to expand the existing database of child care resources in Georgia.. By the end of 1993, 10 CCR R agencies were in operation in Georgia.. Currently, there are 14 community based regional resource and referral agencies that support the mission and continue to form the Georgia Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies, Inc.. These CCR R s are strategically located across the state where the average staffing at a local CCR R has gone from one to seven, with the  ...   much work is currently being done to support and build capacity within the Georgia Training Approval System and build a statewide Technical Assistance Model.. As the network agencies continue to focus on state and national trends, they will develop expertise in the areas of School Age Child and Infant/Toddler care.. Historically, DFACS funded GACCRRA to regionally support unregulated providers through training, technical assistance and equipment.. In 2002, career coaches started as a regional support of professional development through the CCR R system and were expanded to 4 positions across the state through the ACET collaborative team grant (ACT).. After successful implementation of the ACT Grant, GACCRRA received funding from the Georgia Child Care Council to solidify a network office with an executive director position.. This funding was in place for a nine-month period.. GACCRRA has played a key role in the implementation of a number of statewide initiatives funded by other sources to improve access to and increase the quality of child care.. There is no other statewide association with more than a decade of regional relationship and infrastructure capacity building that is more poised to impact and enhance accessibility of services.. The GACCRRA Network retains a unique position to collect and share information, implement quality initiatives, and advocate for improvement of early care and education at a grassroots level across all of Georgia s 159 counties..

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  • Title: GACCRRA Parent Information
    Descriptive info: Parent Services.. Some of the services the CCR Rs provide include:.. Child Care Referral Services:.. Referrals (not recommendations) to licensed, registered, and legally exempt child care providers and counseling services on selecting the appropriate care for parents/families are offered by trained Parent Counselors.. Education:.. Parents receive valuable information and materials with each referral packet that will assist them in making the right selection for their child/family.. Newsletters:.. The CCR Rs offer informative newsletters full of useful tips and news.. Workshops:.. CCR Rs offer training sessions for parents and families.. Inclusion Services.. : Referrals, technical assistance and support are offered to families and caregivers of children with special needs so that they may be included in typically developing settings.. Please refer to our.. Contact.. page to visit the website of your Child Care Resource and Referral Agency to learn more about their services or to access many of the services listed above.. Parent Resources.. Note: Inclusion in the list does not constitute endorsement by GACCRRA, nor is GACCRRA responsible for the content or materials posted on these sites.. Health Safety.. Child Care.. American Academy of Pediatrics.. Beansprout Networks.. Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.. Georgia Child School Immunization.. Georgia Department of Community Health.. Georgia Department of Human Resources.. Georgia Department of Human Resources Loving Care.. Georgia Division of Public Health.. Georgia Medicaid Application.. Keep  ...   Care Information Center.. National Head Start Association.. National Network for Child Care.. National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education.. Smart Start Georgia.. Community Involvement and Education.. Special Needs.. Better Brains for Babies.. Children's Defense Fund.. Kids Count.. National Black Child Development Institute.. Save The Children.. United Way.. Voices for Georgia's Children.. Zero to Three.. American Diabetes Association.. The ARC.. American with Disabilities Act (ADA).. Assistive Technology Resources.. Autism Speaks.. Babies Can't Wait.. Children and Adults with ADD.. Easter Seals.. Georgia Department of Education - Exceptional Students.. Georgia Department of Human Resources - Children with Special Needs.. National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities.. National Down Syndrome Society.. Sen.. sory Processing Disorders Netw.. ork.. United Cerebal Palsy.. US Department of Education - Special Education Technical Assistance Dissemination Network.. Parenting.. Literacy.. Family Education Network.. Mommy and Me.. National Fatherhood Initiative.. Parent Central.. Parenting 24-7.. Parents as Teachers.. PBS Parents.. American Library Association.. Born Learning.. Children's Book Council.. Get Ready to Read.. International Reading Association.. National Institute for Literacy.. Succeed to Read.. Georgia Government.. US Government.. Childcare and Parent Services (Family and Children Services).. Georgia Department of Family and Child Services.. Georgia Food Stamps Program.. Governor's Office of Consumer Affairs - Consumer Ed.. State of Georgia Government.. American with Disabilities Act (ADA).. United States Government.. Department of Education..

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  • Title: GACCRRA Provider Information
    Descriptive info: Child Care Providers.. Training.. : CCR R s offer state approved/accepted training for parents, providers and foster parents to assist them in meeting the needs of the children in their care.. Technical Assistance (TA).. : Assistance is available to current and potential providers looking to improve the quality of care being provided, open a new child care program, or seek some form of credential or accreditation.. Public Awareness.. : Statewide and local efforts take place within each CCR R to increase the knowledge of children's needs and to support affordable, accessible, quality child care.. : Technical assistance and support is offered to include children with special needs into typically developing settings.. Quality Improvement Project.. : Each CCR R offers quality improvement funds and technical assistance to family and group child care providers through a competitive grant process.. Please go to our.. Provider Resources.. Training Resources.. Training is available state wide for child care providers.. Georgia Child Care Training Calendar and Professional Development Registry..  ...   area and access a copy of their newsletter/training calendar by going to our.. Contact Page.. Other Resources.. Note:.. Inclusion in the list does not constitute endorsement by GACCRRA, nor is GACCRRA responsible for the content or materials posted on these sites.. Professional Development.. Advancing Careers through Education and Training.. Child Care Exchange.. Georgia Association of Young Children.. Georgia Head Start Association.. Georgia State Best Practices.. Georgia Traning Approval Training Calendar.. National After School Association.. National Association of Child Care Professionals.. National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies.. National Child Care Association.. National Head Start Association.. Soutern Early Childhood Association.. University of Georgia Cooperative Extension.. Sensory Processing Disorders Network.. Classroom Resources.. Community Involvement and Education.. ABEKA.. Creative Curriculum.. Georgia Public Broadcasting Education Service.. HighReach.. High/Scope.. Montessori Schools.. Reading is Fundamental.. Reggio Emilia.. Resources for Infant Educarers.. Waldorf Schools.. Children's Defense Fund.. Kids Count.. Prevent Child Abuse Georgia.. SAFEKIDS USA.. Georgia Child School Immunization.. Georgia Department of Family and Child Services.. Department of Educaiton..

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  • Title: GACCRRA Community Resources
    Descriptive info: GACCRRA Resources for Community/Employers.. The CCR Rs work diligently in their local communities to promote quality, affordable, accessible child care.. Through our efforts, the community and employers have access to many child care related services.. Such services can translate into increased productivity on the job, lower absenteeism, and reduced turnover.. The popular press and work/family researchers have clearly found that paying for keeping high quality child care has become a major source of stress for families and of impaired productivity on the job for employed parents in this country.. Local CCR Rs serve employers and the community through many avenues including:.. Meeting the demand for child care.. :.. CCR Rs recruit, train, and provide technical assistance to child care providers so that parents have access to quality care and are able to be successful in the workplace.. We also offer referral services to match child care needs with available resources.. Through these referrals, we educate families about their options for quality child care relative to cost, location and enhancement services.. Providing families with tools to help them identify indicators for quality child care is an essential component of our referral services.. CCR Rs provide employers and the community information surrounding quality child care issues, coordinate statewide child care programs and provide resources such as: child care supply and demand statistics; information about child development, early childhood education and quality child care; and links to professional organizations and community resources.. Public Awareness:.. CCR Rs educate parents and providers so they can serve as advocates for child care issues and support quality care locally, statewide and.. nationally.. CCR Rs encourage families, providers, and their community to educate their legislators on issues important for young children.. Since children can t vote we must be their voice.. Enhanced Referrals:.. Employers wishing to offer additional benefits to the parents they employ, can partner with a CCR R to offer enhanced referrals.. This program can assist parents even more in reducing the stress they experience when searching for quality child care.. Parent Education Services:.. In addition to child care referrals, CCR Rs offer parent workshops, newsletters and technical support related to work and family issues.. Our Inclusion Project assists parents of children with special needs.. Employers.. The Georgia Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (GACCRRA) helps employers effectively manage the child care issues that their employees face on a daily basis.. Local Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies offer numerous services for employers.. Research shows that parents who have consistent, affordable, quality child care are less likely to miss work or leave their jobs.. They are also more productive while at work.. Without reliable child care that they trust, employees often feel torn between their family and work responsibilities.. As an employer, you have the opportunity to make your workplace family-friendly and to support quality, affordable child care for your employees.. Employers can reduce absenteeism, build employee loyalty and boost productivity by acknowledging employees' child care issues and supporting employed parents in their efforts to balance the needs of their job with the needs of their families.. In fact, simply providing information about how to find the right child care and how to achieve an effective balance between work and family can help boost morale and reduce absenteeism from work.. Lowering Absenteeism:.. According to Bright Horizons, 45% of parents surveyed are missing at least one day every six months due to child care issues, averaging 4.. 3 missed days within a six month period.. Sixty-five per cent are late to work or leave early due to child care issues.. These parents are late to work or leave early an average of 7.. 5 times in a 6 month period.. (Bright Horizons,.. Employees Child Care Needs and the Impact on Employers.. November, 2002).. Reducing Turnover:.. In a study by Bright Horizons, 31% of parent employees report that they have considered leaving their job because of child care issues.. 75% of these employees said that on on-site child care center would affect their decision to stay; with at least half saying it would have a significant impact on their decision.. November, 2002).. Boosting Recruitment.. :..  ...   and build the public will for increased attention to the afterschool/out-of-school time issues Georgia faces.. Georgia Association on Young Children.. : The Georgia Association on Young Children (GAYC) is a non-profit membership organization that promotes quality early care and education for young children.. GAYC is the state affiliate of the Southern Early Childhood Association (SECA) and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).. GAYC's purpose is to work toward improving the general welfare of Georgia's young children from birth through age eight by: Providing opportunities for early care and education professionals and paraprofessionals to enhance their experiences and increase their knowledge of young children and working with its membership and other organizations to develop and nurture partnerships on behalf of young children and families.. : DHR is Georgia's human service agency whose mission is to strengthen Georgia families by providing services through about 80 programs that ensure their health and welfare.. Within Georgia DHR is the.. Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS).. : the part of DHR that investigates child abuse; finds foster homes for abused and neglected children; helps low income, out-of-work parents get back on their feet; assists with childcare costs for low income parents who are working or in job training; and provides numerous support services and innovative programs to help troubled families.. Georgia Family Connection Partnership and Georgia Kids Count.. : Family Connection Partnership (FCP) is a public/private partnership created by the State of Georgia and funders from the private sector.. We assist communities in addressing the serious challenges facing Georgia's children and families.. We also serve as a resource to state agencies across Georgia that work to improve the conditions of children and families.. Georgia Kids Count provides citizens and policymakers with current reliable data to inform planning, budget, and policy decisions that impact Georgia's children, families, and communities.. Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education.. : The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education was founded in 1990 and today is working hard to be Georgia's foremost change agent in education.. The non-profit, non-partisan independent organization consists of business, education, community and government leaders who are focused on efforts to shape policy and reform public education in the state.. Georgia School Age Care Association.. : The Georgia School Age Care Association is a member based, statewide, professional organization for those who work with school-age kids in after school programs, before school programs, or during the summer.. GSACA trainers provide training, technical assistance and consultation to providers.. National Black Child Development Institute - Atlanta Chapter.. : NBCDI exists to improve and protect the quality of life of African American children and their families.. This nonprofit organization has provided and supported programs, workshops, and resources for African American children, their parents and communities in: Early Care and Education, Health, Elementary and Secondary Education, Child Welfare and Parenting.. NBCDI's Affiliate network represents the organization's commitment to create exemplary community-based programs that make a difference.. : United Way of America is the national organization dedicated to leading the United Way movement.. Local United Ways create long-lasting community change by addressing the underlying causes of the most significant local issues.. Common focus areas include helping children and youth achieve their potential, promoting financial stability and independence, and improving people s health.. Our goal is to create long-lasting changes by addressing the underlying causes of problems.. There are numerous chapters across the state.. Click.. here.. to find your closest chapter.. : County Extension agents help keep farmers abreast of the latest agricultural technology, research and marketing strategies.. Some agents help parents cope with the pressures of balancing home, work and children; others help keep families healthy with information on nutrition and food safety.. Through county Extension offices, the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences helps Georgians become healthier, more productive, financially independent and environmentally responsible.. : Voices for Georgia s Children is an independent 501c3 engaged in research, analysis and advocacy to give kids in our state a voice on decisions that impact their lives.. Use this site to understand our mission, stay informed and learn why and how your voice can make a difference..

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  • Title: GACCRRA CCR&R Agencies
    Descriptive info: Click on your county to find your local Child Care Resource and Referral Agency.. Child Care Resource and Referral North Region (27 counties.. Top of Page.. Quality Care for Children.. 913 N.. Tennessee Street, Suite 202.. Cartersville, GA 30120.. Contact:.. Gloria Calhoun, Director.. Phone Number:.. (770) 387-0828.. Toll Free Number:.. (800)-308-1825.. Fax Number:.. (678) 721-6676.. Web Site.. qualitycareforchildren.. Email Address.. gloria.. calhoun@qualitycareforchildren.. Counties Serviced.. Bartow, Carroll, Catoosa, Chattooga, Cherokee, Cobb, Dade, Dawson, Douglas, Fannin, Floyd, Forsyth, Gilmer, Gordon, Habersham, Haralson, Lumpkin, Murray, Paulding, Pickens, Polk, Rabun, Towns, Union, Walker, White, Whitfield.. Child Care Resource and Referral Metro Region (2 counties).. Top of Page.. : Pam Runkle, Executive Director.. Phone Number.. : (404) 479-4233.. Toll Free Number:.. (877) 722-2445.. Fax Number.. : (404) 479-4166.. pam.. runkle@qualitycareforchildren.. DeKalb, Fulton.. Child Care Resource and Referral East Region (17 counties.. Top of page.. 3706 Atlanta Highway Suite 1.. Athens, GA 30606.. Contact:.. Lisa Bledsoe, Director.. Phone Number:.. 706-543-6177.. (877) ALL-GA-KIDS.. Fax Number:.. 706-543-3077.. lisa.. bledsoe@qualitycareforchildren.. org.. Banks, Barrow, Clarke, Elbert, Franklin, Gwinnett, Hall, Hart,  ...   Monroe, Newton, Pike, Putnam, Rockdale, Spalding, Taliaferro, Twiggs, Warren, Washington, Wilkinson.. Child Care Resource and Referral Southwest Region (52 counties).. Darton College.. 2429 Gillionville Road.. Albany, GA 31707.. : Soraya Kimbrel-Miller, Director.. : (229) 317-6834.. Toll Free Number: (866) 833-3552.. : (229) 317-6968.. http://ccrr.. darton.. soraya.. kimbrel@darton.. Atkinson, Baker, Ben Hill, Berrien, Bleckley, Brooks, Calhoun, Chattahoochee, Clay, Coffee, Colquitt, Cook, Crawford, Crisp, Decatur, Dodge, Dooly, Dougherty, Early, Grady, Harris, Houston, Irwin, Lanier, Lee, Lowndes, Macon, Marion, Meriwether, Miller, Mitchell, Muscogee, Peach, Pulaski, Quitman, Randolph, Schley, Seminole, Stewart, Sumter, Talbot, Taylor, Telfair, Terrell, Thomas, Tift, Troup, Turner, Upson, Webster, Wilcox, Worth.. Child Care Resource and Referral Southeast Region (34 counties).. Savannah Technical College.. 190 Crossroads Parkway.. Savannah, GA 31407.. : Sherry Costa, Director.. : (912) 443-3011.. Toll Free Number: (877) 935-7575.. : (912) 996-6735.. http://www.. ccrrofsoutheastga.. scosta@savannahtech.. Appling, Bacon, Brantley, Bryan, Bulloch, Burke, Camden, Candler, Charlton, Chatham, Clinch, Columbia, Echols, Effingham, Emanuel, Evans, Glynn, Jeff Davis, Jenkins, Johnson, Laurens, Liberty, Long, McIntosh, Montgomery, Pierce, Richmond, Screven, Tattnall, Toombs, Treutlen, Ware, Wayne, Wheeler..

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  • Title: GACCRRA News
    Descriptive info: News..

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  • Title: About GACCRRA
    Descriptive info: About GACCRRA.. GACCRRA's History, Mission, Vision Statement.. GACCRRA Board of Directors..

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  • Title: GACCRRA - Augusta Newsletters
    Descriptive info: CCR R of East Georgia at Augusta.. Parent Newsletter.. Provider Newsletter.. Training Calendar..

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  • Title: GACCRRA - Savannah Newsletters
    Descriptive info: Savannah Newsletters..

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