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PO Box 1657

Mars Hill, NC 28754

828.689.1525

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We invest in the First 2,000 Days of a child’s life — in children ages 0-5 and their families by partnering with local organizations to provide programs that:

 

  • improve the quality of early childhood education

  • increase access to affordable, high-quality early care

  • expand early literacy opportunities

  • provide family support

 

There are 2,000 days between birth and kindergarten. The majority of brain development happens during this time, forming the foundation for all future learning.

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Each Child. Every Community.

Our Team

Lynn Bowles

Executive Director

lynn@mcpcf.com

(828) 689.1526

Whitney Nazari

Administrative & Smart REWARDS Coordinator

nazariw@mcpcf.com

(828) 689.1525

Bill Sewell

Accounting Coordinator

bill@mcpcf.com

(828) 689.1527

Penny Briggs

CCR&R Coordinator

briggsp@mcpcf.com

(828) 689.1529

Adrienne Enoch

Professional Development & Early Literacy Coordinator

enocha@mcpcf.com

(828) 689.1528

Looking for Emergency Child Care due to Covid-19?

Call: 1.888.600.1685

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For regular child care referrals: Monday thru Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm the Southwestern Resource Coordinator is available to help families make informed decisions about quality child care and other parenting concerns. Simply answer some questions about your child care needs and they will provide you with a listing of referrals that meet your child care criteria. 

To get more information call toll free: 1-877-752-5955 or 828-586-5561 Ext. 314

or click the link below:

https://www.swcdcinc.org/quality-childcare

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FUN FACTS

800 Children Served

8 Child Care Centers

3 Head Start Classrooms

22 Years in Service

Some kids win the lottery at birth; far too many don't - and most people have a hard time catching up over the rest of their lives. Children raised in disadvantaged environments are not only much less likely to succeed in school or in society, but they are also much less likely to be healthy adults.
 

 -Economist, James Heckman