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Children's Resources Center

The mission of Children's Resource Center is to provide early intervention programs which focus on the development and educational needs of children birth through age five and to offer support to the child's family.

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Your child needs one developmental screening before the age of two. And you’re the one who has to make it happen.

Many parents wait until their children enter school to have them screened.

It’s free. It’s painless. And it could improve your child’s life forever.

In Wyoming, every child needs one before two.

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About Children’s Resource Center

Children’s Resource Center is a local, non-profit organization providing developmental screening and specialized therapy to children birth through five years of age throughout the Big Horn Basin since 1972.

Children’s Resource Center (CRC) serves children in Park, Big Horn, Hot Springs, and Washakie Counties with special instruction and education, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language pathology, social and emotional development, and family service coordination, operating six developmental preschools located in Cody, Powell, Basin, Lovell, Thermopolis, and Worland, Wyoming. The preschools are licensed by the Department of Family Services, accredited through the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and incorporate Division of Early Childhood standards for best practices. All services provided by CRC are at no cost to the families.…

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