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Infant & Toddler Care and Education

Infants and toddlers thrive in the nurturing environment provided by CRT Early Care centers

CRT offers high quality, licensed full-day childcare for infants and toddlers from six weeks of age until they are ready to enter preschool. Caring staff provide safe, stimulating and nurturing care in brightly-lit, modern centers. Formula, baby food, healthy meals and snacks are provided. Families have access to all CRT services. Staff will help parents set and meet their goals. Parents can volunteer in classrooms, take workshops, participate in family activities and serve on the committees that help to run our program.

CRT's Infant & Toddler Care and Education is offered in Hartford and East Hartford. All centers are open year-round, offering either 8 or 10 hours per day of care. Call to find out which option will suit your family’s needs. Staff speaks English, Spanish and Portuguese.

To Apply

Immigration status and a lack of Social Security numbers or birth certificates are not barriers to enrollment. Bring the following papers with you to apply:

  • Proof of address
  • Social Security Card for child (optional)
  • Proof of household income for one-month (for example: Tax Forms, W-2 Form, pay stubs)
  • Medical insurance card for child
  • Proof that the child had a physical exam within the past year
  • Child's birth certificate

Call the ECE Enrollment Office to apply or pre-register online here:

Community Renewal Team is an equal opportunity provider.

For more information
Early Care and Education Enrollment Office
Address: 555 Windsor Street, Hartford
Telephone: (860) 560-5401
Fax: (860) 560-5722
[email protected]
Office Hours: Mon - Fri 8 am - 4 pm

Funding provided by: 


Updated November 2020  
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Amy Koehler
Head Start Parent
“CRT is a positive environment for my kids. My oldest one is going to be in kindergarten next year and he is definitely learning how to read. He recognizes letters, is beginning to do math.”

Free Workshop- Alternatives to Foreclosure


Accredited by the National Association for the Education of the Young Child

Licensed by the CT Office of Early Childhood