Child Care Resource Center

Ensuring quality child care in Tulsa and surrounding counties

Welcome! The Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) is a program of the Community Service Council (CSC) offering quality child care resource and referral services to families, child care providers and the community. We employ a staff of child care professionals with expertise in child development, early childhood, nutrition, nursing, social work and more. CCRC was formed in 1987 in response to a citizen-led task force examining the needs of Tulsa’s children.

Our mission: Quality care for every child

CCRC specialists, several of whom hold advanced degrees in child development and related fields, conduct specialized searches to help families find child care just right for them. Additionally, our specialists provide a great many benefits to child care providers across our region. In 2020 alone, we provided support to 300+ child care programs.

How we help families & child care providers

Referrals and education to help families choose child care
Nutrition supports for children in child care
Training and education for providers
Individualized consultation and mentoring for providers
Advocating for increased child care standards and subsidy supports

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How to Contact Us

Program Lead: Casey Moore
918-935-5247 |
 16 E. 16th Street, #202, Tulsa, OK 74119 (8:30 am – 5 pm)


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Upcoming Provider Trainings

Where We Focus

  • Enhancing foundations for lifelong health and wellness by providing training on health, safety, nutrition, physical fitness and wellness.
  • Increasing the number of children eating a well-balanced diet.
  • Enhancing families’ capacity to nurture their children’s development by providing resources and support to caregivers.
  • Enhancing children’s learning environments by supporting programs to achieve and maintain best practice standards.
  • Supporting a consistent, knowledgeable and effective workforce through ongoing training and technical assistance.
  • Supporting an overall plan for investment in quality “birth through eight” initiatives statewide.

Improving Oklahomans’ Lives through Research, Planning and Action