What is the Alamance Partnership for Children?
The Alamance Partnership for Children is a non-profit organization serving children and families in Alamance County. APC administers the state Smart Start program. Smart Start is an early childhood initiative designed to ensure that young children enter school healthy and ready to succeed. The Partnership also administers other grant funded programs for children birth through age twelve and is a central source of information about activities, programs, and resources for children and families.
What is the mission of APC?
The mission of APC is to help every young child grow, learn, and thrive.
What type of services does APC offer?
The Alamance Partnership for Children offers a variety of services for children, youth, families, child care providers, community leaders, businesses, agencies, and organizations. Click here to learn more about our family programs and our educator programs.
Does APC provide child care?
No, the Partnership refers parents and caregivers to Child Care Resource and Referral Central at 1-855-EARLY-ED or 1-855-327-5933 for families to find quality child care. These are referrals not recommendations. More information about licensed child care centers and family child care homes in Alamance County can be found here.
Does APC provide financial assistance?
Not directly, instead we help fund the Subsidy Child Care Program which is provided by the Alamance County Department of Social Services. To determine eligibility, contact the Department of Social Services directly: (336) 513-5561
Where is APC located?
The Partnership is located in the historic Glencoe Mill Village at 2322 River Road, Burlington NC 27217-8359.
The Partnership's Outdoor Learning Environment is located at the corner of Hodges and Mill Race Road.
How are donations made to APC?
People may donate online using Paypal or mail your tax deductible donation to the Alamance Partnership for Children, 2322 River Road, Burlington, NC 27217.