Welcome to the
Omni Family Resource Center
About the Omni Family Resource Center Facility Guide
The Omni Family Resource Center (OFRC) Facility Guide is intended to provide
partnering organizations and their employees with information, policies, and procedures
relating to the OFRC.
It is important that all partnering organizations and employees working in or using the
OFRC read and understand the material in this facility guide. When you have questions
or concerns regarding any of the policies or procedures please notify your organizations
point of contact or representative of the OFRC.
The Partnership for Children of Cumberland County (PFC) reserves the rights to modify,
amend, or terminate any policy, procedure, or guideline discussed in this facility guide
without notice and to make decisions that may be different from the policies, procedures,
or guidelines discussed. The PFC will notify partnering organizations of any changes in
this facility guide. However, changes may occur before any written revisions are
This edition of the OFRC Facility Guide is effective July 1, 2006.
Omni Family Resource Center
351 Wagoner Drive, Suite 200
Fayetteville, NC. 28303
Contact: OFRC Facility (ext. 222)
The emergency numbers are to be used after hours when there is a particular problem
with the building. Such emergencies may include getting into conference rooms for
scheduled meetings or A/V technical difficulties.
Facts about the OFRC
Imagine one building where families are connected to several services. A rich
pool of talent, passion, skills, and expertise-all tasked with helping improve the lives of
children. A hub for services to strengthen families through parenting support, information
and referral, child care, child development activities, and other programs. A shared office
infrastructure and high-quality training and educational space aimed at building
community among partner organizations. An innovative, professional, and collaborative
work environment offered at below market rent for charitable, non-profit organizations of
various sizes and purposes. Some benefits of housing a spectrum of family support
service organizations under one roof include: reduced overhead expenses, resulting in
savings being reinvested in children’s services, more stable leasing and occupancy
arrangements, and increased visibility for partnering organizations. This is the vision of
the Omni Family Resource Center.
Established in 1997 by the Partnership for Children, the Omni Family Resource
Center is dedicated to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery to
children and their families in Cumberland County. Situated in a centralized, easily
accessible location, it is both a direct provider of services and a center for broad based
information about community organizations relevant to families with young children.
Because of this unique dynamic, the Omni Family Resource Center can offer families
facing multiple and complex needs a unified, “First Stop” destination, connecting them to
substantial resources, referrals and professional advice.
Current Omni Family Resource Center Partners
A Positive Life
Aaron Real Estate
Autism Society of Cumberland County
Autism Society of North Carolina
Care Management Services
Cumberland Community Action Program (CCAP), Inc. Head Start Family Services
Children’s Home Society
Cumberland County Public Library & Information Center
Easter Seals United Cerebral Palsy of Fayetteville
Family Support Network of Cumberland County
Forever Young Group Care
G.J.’s Financial Services
The Hunnicutt Corporation (Parent company of Wonder Years)
Odle Management (Job Corps)
North Carolina Department of Labor
NC Coalition of Farm & Rural Families
Partnership for Children of Cumberland County, Inc.
Child Care Solutions
Information Technology Service Center
More @ Four Pre-Kindergarten Administration Office
Research & Development
Pediatric Services of America
Primerica Financial Services
Ron Brooks Real Estate
Safeway Patrol Security
Getting around the OFRC is easy:
Customers, volunteers, and employees may access the building through the first floor
front and side doors leading into the lobbies.
Partnering organizations and employees may also access the building from all doors
using an electronic key card.
Lobbies with limited seating areas are located on the first floor of Omni I & Omni II. A
waiting area for children and adults is provided in Omni I 2nd floor, along with toys and
educational materials. The 2nd floor lobby of Omni II has expanded seating as well.
Two centrally located elevators are used to access the upper floors. Stairwells provide
alternated means of entrance and exit to each floor.
Conference rooms and training rooms are available on both sides of the building. A
vending area consisting of a drink machine is located on the 2nd floor of Omni I.
Design elements used to provide a comfortable and safe working environment include:
Tinted exterior windows that eliminated glare while allowing as much light as
possible into the building,
Properly lit accessible parking, and
On-site security services.
OFRC Operating Hours
The regular business hours for the OFRC with Information Referral Assistant (IRA)
Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
Building hours are:
Monday through Friday, 8:00am – 8:00pm & Saturday 8:00am – 5:00pm.
PFC will coordinate meetings quarterly to discuss ideas and challenges and to share
updates. In between these meetings, and for facility concerns/complaints, please call
910-867-9700, ext. 222 (OFRC Facility line) or email your request to
firstname.lastname@example.org. The OFRC point of contact will respond to your request/complaint
within 24 hours.
Partnering organization’s employees entering the OFRC before or after regular hours
may access the building through various entrances using an electronic key card. All
employees must carry proof of employment within the OFRC per PFC’s no trespassing
agreement with the Fayetteville Police Department.
The OFRC is closed on the Holiday listed below:
New Year’s Day (Jan 1)
Martin Luther King Birthday (3rd Monday in Jan)
Easter-Good Friday (Friday before Easter)
Memorial Day (last Monday in May)
Independence Day (July 4th)
Labor Day (1st Monday in Sep)
Veterans Day (November 11)
Thanksgiving (4th Thursday in Nov)
Day after Thanksgiving (4th Friday in Nov)
Christmas Eve (Dec 24)
Christmas Day (Dec 25)
Floater Day (1 day in Dec to be determined by PFC’s Executive Director)
Normal building services will not be provided on these holidays. Additionaly, the PFC
will be closed the week of December 25-29, 2005. (This may vary each year upon
approval of the PFC Board of Directors.)
Each organization should provide to the OFRC point of contact via email
(email@example.com) their Holiday schedule and any other dates throughout the year
their offices are closed.
Inclement Weather Policy
It is the policy of the OFRC to follow closing announcements issued in regard to
Cumberland County government offices. Such announcements will occur on local radio
and/or television stations and may be listed online.
Customer parking spaces are provided in the immediate front and sides of the building.
Reserved spaces for handicapped and the Resource Library are marked appropriately.
Vehicles parked in reserved handicapped spaces must have a valid, state-approved
Space for partnering organizations employee parking is provided in the rear of the
building. Partnering organizations and employees should not occupy the spaces in the
front of the building with the exception of loading and unloading. Vehicles should not be
parked outside designated spaces or in a manner that overlaps more than one space.
Furthermore, vehicles should never be parked in a manner that blocks driveways or fire
lanes or obstructs the movement of other vehicles. Vehicles should never be running
while unattended. Non-company vehicles should never be left overnight in the parking lot
without prior authorization from the OFRC. Any vehicle parked on the OFRC property
with an unattended child should be reported to the Fayetteville Police Department
immediately, by calling 911.
Deliveries to the OFRC should be directed through the front or side entrances of the
building. This includes delivery of food and drinks ordered for business meetings, FedEx,
UPS, and freight. Catering services must sign in at the Information Referral Assistant
desk located in Omni I on the 2nd floor of the main entrance. Small personal items like
flowers or balloons can be delivered to the Information Referral Assistant desk located in
Omni I on the 2nd floor of the main entrance, or directed to the correct location for
General facility janitorial services are provided by a contract with the ServiceMaster
Professional Cleaning Services Company. However, all partnering organizations and
employees are responsible for ensuring that the offices, workstations, passage ways, and
meeting rooms are used are maintained in a clean, neat, and orderly manner.
For trash removal, please make sure that:
All trash is kept in a plastic trash bag within an appropriate bin or garbage can;
Trash and trashcans do not obstruct passageways;
Items too large to fit in trash cans or bins are broken down and place in trash
dumpster located in the back of the OFRC building.
Items that cannot be placed in dumpster include the following:
Large boxes that are not broken down;
Desks or any such items that may resemble a desk;
Office furniture (chairs, lamps, floor mats, etc.);
Carpet and/or padding;
Any types of flooring;
Electronic or computer equipment;
Such items listed must be taken to the Ann Street Landfill site (321-6830)
Hours of operation are:
M-F 6:30am – 4:00pm
Saturday 8:00am – 12:00pm
Discarding of materials may be subjected to a fee of ($1.50 per 100 lbs or $30 per ton)
Trash will be removed each evening, Monday through Friday. Special requests for
cleaning or janitorial services should be directed to the OFRC point of contact so it can
be communicated with ServiceMaster Professional Cleaning Services.
For safety reasons, piles of discarded papers, publications, ect. may not be stacked on the
floors in any office, workstation or walkways. Please notify the OFRC point of contact if
there are any problems within the building, lobby, elevators, stairwells, parking area,
corridors, as well as interior space. Any spills should be cleaned up immediately, and the
OFRC point of contact should be notified if special attention is needed from the cleaning
Heating and Air Conditioning
Temperature settings in the OFRC are set manually and monitored by the OFRC building
management (74-70 degrees). Any hot/cold complaints should be addressed to the OFRC
point of contact for a work order request.
Heating and cooling needed beyond normal building hours will need to be requested in
writing, and given to the OFRC point of contact at least 48 hours in advance of the date
Information Technology Service Center
The Information Technology Service Center (ITSC), a department of the PFC, assists
service providers, non-profit organizations, and other service entities in effectively using
technology to increase the impact of their work. This may be accomplished by providing
an information technology needs assessment; assistance in technology planning; training;
implementation; managed host services; referrals for additional services; and help desk
The following services may be available through a Service Level Agreement with the
Network and Infrastructure Design
Help Desk Services & Support
Training & Workshops
Fees may apply
ITSC provides an assessment based on the needs of your organization. To schedule a
needs assessment, please contact the ITSC Help Desk (867-9700, ext. 264) or via e-mail,
If you will be receiving technology services from another provider or contract, the
organization must contact us prior providing services. Notification should be directed to
Facilities (firstname.lastname@example.org). Facilities will then route your request to the appropriate
Upon request (work order), the ITSC Department will assist you in contacting your local
phone company representative and/or ISP (where applicable). However, ITSC cannot
contact these service providers for you. After the initial setup is complete any movement
that requires changing jack/ port assignment must first be reported to Facilities
(email@example.com) who will communicate with ITSC to process your request.
Additional fees may be incurred as a result of this service and the cost is the
responsibility of the organization.
General maintenance to the building is contracted annually. Any maintenance repairs to
an individual office should be reported to the OFRC Facility (867-9700, ext. 222 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org). Repair provided at no cost to the tenants include: replacement of
light bulbs and ceiling tiles. All other requests must be in writing and will result in a
charge of $55.00 per hour, plus materials. Such items may be installing desk units, wall
mounted shelves or stand alone shelving. All maintenance to offices must be approved in
writing to the tenant.
Public displays and use of common space
Public displays, posters, etc. must be coordinated through the OFRC Building
management. Posters, notices, etc. are not to be attached to walls, elevators, or doors in
public areas, unless already approved in writing by the OFRC Building management.
Use of common space (elevator lobbies, rest rooms, corridors, etc.) must be coordinated
through OFRC Building management to ensure building maintenance policies and code
requirements are met.
Pay phones are not available in this facility.
Conference rooms are located throughout the OFRC. They include the following:
Omni I – 2nd Floor
Charles Morris Conference Room – accommodates up to 50 people
Conference Room B – accommodates up to 25 people
Computer Training Room – accommodates up to 8 people and includes 8 computer work
Omni II – 1st Floor
Conference Room C – accommodates up to 15 people
Children’s Play Room – accommodates up to 12 people
Omni II – 2nd Floor
Conference Room A – accommodates up to 25 people
Multipurpose Conference Room – accommodates up to 50 people
All common area conference rooms must be reserved in advance by going to our website
www.ccpfc.org. There is a section marked Conference Room Reservation. See
Scheduling of Meetings for reserving process.
Partnering organizations’ employees are responsible for ensuring the conference rooms
are left in a generally neat and orderly fashion after use. When groups eat or drink in the
conference rooms, every care must be taken to maintain the room in a neat and clean
manner. Partnering organizations’ employees must ensure that trash is removed and is
placed in proper receptacles. A large trash bin with wheels is provided in the Omni I 2nd
floor vending area for disposal of trash after hours.
Special set-up is the responsibility of each partnering organizations’ employees and
volunteers utilizing the conference rooms. Equipment requests should be directed to the
Information Technology Service Center 910-867-9700 x264. Training is mandatory to be
allowed to use the equipment. Please allow adequate time to for training on all
All conference rooms are to be returned to their regular set-up configuration upon
completion of each meeting. A drawing of regular set-up configuration is posted in each
conference room. The meeting point of contact will be called if the room is left in
disarray and a request will be made for the point of contact to return and clean the room.
Scheduling of Meetings
The collaborating organizations of the OFRC have priority use of all meeting and
conference room space at no cost. Request for conference room space should be placed as
soon as possible to increase the possibility that a specific space will be available. The
requests will be managed on a first-come, first-served basis. Scheduling of conference
rooms can be done no more than 60 days in advance. Any for-profit agency, not co-
located in the OFRC and seeking to use OFRC conference room will be charged a fee of
$15 per 4-hr period (5-10 persons), $25 per 4-hr period (10-15 persons), or $50 per 4-hr
period (15 or more persons), dependent on your desired need for the room.
Once you have selected the website Conference Room Reservation form, click the
desired date for your meeting. Fill out the reservation form with all pertinent information
and submit. You will receive an email confirmation notifying the specific date and time
of your meeting has been approved. Should you have any questions or problems
reserving a room for your meeting, please contact the Information Referral Assistant at
910-867-9700, ext. 221. Prior notice should be given to the Information Referral
Assistant if a cancellation of a meeting or conference room is needed, or be subject to a
cancellation fee of $20. The conference rooms in the OFRC are always in demand, so
please be respectful and notify the IRA if you will not be having your meeting so
someone else can book the room.
Mail Delivery and Pickup
Each organization is assigned one incoming mailbox. Keys for mailboxes can e obtained
by contacting the OFRC point of contact (867-9700, ext 222 or email
email@example.com). Mail is to be delivered to and picked up from the locked
mailboxes. Each organization is responsible for sorting and distributing mail to
employees. The US Postal Service has prescribed the following format to be used on all
351 Wagoner Drive,Suite #
Fayetteville, NC. 28303
The OFRC mail system is designed to handle business mail only. Any bulk mail
packages deliveries by the postman will be delivered to the Information Referral
Assistant. The IRA will contact your organization to pick up your parcel.
Outgoing mail should be put in the slot identified as such. Any large items that cannot be
placed in the slot should be taken to the mail bin located in the adjoining parking lot of
the OFRC and Weaver Properties. Mail is pick-up at 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Information Referral Assistant Desk
An Information Referral Assistant (IRA) will be on duty Monday through Friday, 8am-
5pm. The IRA is located at the front desk area on the 2nd floor of the main entrance of
Omni I. The contact number for the IRS is 910-867-9700, ext. 221.
Drink machines are provided on the 2nd floor of Omni I. Partnering organizations,
employees, and guests may purchase drinks in the vending area. Problems experienced
with vending machine should be reported immediately to the OFRC point of contact. All
cans should be placed in the trash containers. Microwaves that are located in the lounge
areas in Omni I and Omni II should be wiped clean after each use, and should not be used
for strong or offensive odors.
The refrigerators located in the lounges of Omni I and Omni II should be kept clean.
Mark personal items with permanent marker. All food and condiments should be dated.
The OFRC building management will not be responsible for items disposed of due to not
being marked. A specially provided scoop will be used for the ice machine in the
conference room located on the 2nd floor of Omni I. For reasons of sanitation; under no
circumstances will other utensils be used in this machine. No eating is allowed in main
lobbies or hallways.
Being a Good Neighbor
In the OFRC, partnering organizations and employees work all day in close proximity to
one another in neighboring offices and workstations. In order to ensure a pleasant and
productive work environment, partnering organizations and employees must behave in a
manner that does not disturb, interrupt, or annoy other employees. Loud noises, music,
conversation, and other disturbances disrupt the workplace and harm working
relationships. It is essential that all partnering organizations and employees behave
professionally and act as a “good neighbor” toward their fellow partnering organizations
Personalizing an Office or Workstation
The design, function, and maintenance of offices and workstations are essential to the
productivity of our employees. Every effort has been made to ensure that partnering
organizations and employees work in areas that area conducive to productivity, pleasant,
comfortable, and safe.
Partnering organization and employees spend a lot of time in their offices and
workstations. While these areas are OFRC property, partnering organizations and
employees are permitted to personalize offices and workstations with pictures and other
mementos. Such items, however, must conform to agency professional standards and
dictates of good taste. Decorations and other personal items must never be offensive or
make other partnering organizations and employees feel harassed, uncomfortable,
threatened, annoyed, or insulted.
Partnering organizations’ employees must never decorate, change, or adjust office
fixtures, wall surfaces, door or ceilings. Painting inner walls must be approved by the
OFRC building management, and must be returned to original color upon vacation of
Partnering organization and employees working in offices may place pictures, paintings,
and other such materials on desks and tables. Care must be taken to never damage or
discolor office walls, ceilings, and doors.
During the holiday season, we at the OFRC wish you a happy and safe holiday. Please
be advised of the following to insure the safety of all:
Do not hang any electrical lights or any heavy objects from the ceiling.
Turn off al decoration lights when you leave your space for the night.
Painting will be completed at the discretion of the PFC. Should an organization desire to
paint their office, a written request should be sent to the OFRC facility email address
(firstname.lastname@example.org). A thorough walk through the offices must be completed before
and after movement into the building. Any noticeable markings or previous holes within
the wall should be fixed prior to moving into the office. Painting will be completed by a
contractor chosen by PFC. PFC will select the wall and trim paint colors.
Partnering organizations and employees are permitted to have plants in their offices or
workstations so long as the plants are:
No higher than the top of the workstation
Not protruding outside the workstation
Placed on a shelf or desktop
Protected by an over-flow reservoir to prevent water leaks
Bug-free and disease-free
Trimmed and in healthy condition
Plants must not be placed in a spot where they might obstruct walkways. Partnering
organizations and employees are responsible for the care of their own plants. Partnering
organizations and employees are not allowed to have plants that may cause allergic
reactions for others.
Personal Devices in Offices and Workstations
Partnering organizations and employees are not allowed to have the following types of
devices in the OFRC, unless it has already been approved by the OFRC building
Stoves or ovens
Personal coffee pots or coffee makers (automatic cut-off or timer required)
Air filters and humidifiers
Heating blankets or pads
Personal TV or video players
Personal extension cords
Other devices which may present a hazard
Partnering organizations and employees are responsible for turning off all lights and other
electrical devices when leaving their office or workstation. Security will enter every
room in the OFRC during rounds to turn off lights and secure the rooms.
Food and Beverages
Partnering organizations and employees are strongly encouraged to eat and drink in the
lounges located in Omni I 2nd floor, and in Omni II 2nd floor instead of offices or
workstations. Food and beverages in offices areas often result in messy spills and smells
that diminish the professional appearance of the OFRC.
When groups eat or drink in meeting and conference rooms, every care should be taken to
maintain the room in a neat and clean manner. Partnering organizations and employees
must ensure that trash is removed and is placed in proper receptacles.
Partnering organizations and employee parties serving food and drinks should always be
held in meeting and conference rooms.
General area lighting switches are located in each room and in the common areas of the
building. Partnering organizations and employees should turn off all lights in the work
area as they leave the facility. Partnering organizations and employees who use personal
desk lamps in offices or workstations must ensure that all lights are turned off when
leaving work. Partnering organizations and employees are also responsible for replacing
burned out bulbs in personal desk lamps.
The OFRC is a smoke-free facility.
To provide a healthy work environment for all and to minimize maintenance cleaning
costs, the OFRC is a totally non-smoking building. This includes private offices,
conference rooms, lounge areas, restrooms, and all public areas.
Designated smoking areas have been established for partnering organizations and
employees who choose to smoke. These areas are located at entrance and exit ways
around the building. Smoking directly outside the doorways is not permitted. Partnering
organizations and employees using the designated smoking areas are responsible for
ensuring that all smoking materials are properly extinguished and disposed of in the
receptacles provided. This also applies to smokeless tobacco.
THE OFRC IS A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Guests and Reception
A greeter will be at the front desk of the main entrance to assist in directing visitors,
guests, and clients to the correct agency. If a greeter is not at the front desk of the main
entrance; a directory is posted in the lobby in order to ensure that persons may be directed
to the correct location.
The OFRC is designed to accommodate the needs of young children with supervision.
Consequently, guests under the age of 16 cannot be left unattended anywhere in the
building, including the waiting area and the lobbies of the OFRC.
Accidents and Medical Emergencies
In the event of an accident or medical emergency requiring first aid or treatment by
emergency Medical personnel, partnering organizations and employees should notify a
supervisor and call 911 for assistance, after which the OFRC point of contact should be
The supervisor, in turn, must report all accidents in writing to the OFRC point of contact.
The OFRC point of contact will share the reports with the OFRC building management
when deemed appropriate.
First Aid and Emergencies
A First Aid kit is available from the OFRC point of contact. The OFRC IRA should be
notified of any serious illness or injuries requiring a call to 911, so that the emergency
response team can be sent immediately to the location needing their service.
Bomb threats or other threats should be taken seriously. Gather as much detailed
information as possible from the caller, and record that information if possible.
Immediately notify a supervisor and the OFRC IRA.
Remember: Hallways are part of the emergency evacuation routes. Nothing shall be
stored in the hallways to maintain safe passageways out of the building.
Power outages can occur. If that happens, the phones and elevators will not work. There
will be emergency lighting for safety.
Elevator malfunctions occasionally occur. If there is an elevator malfunction, stay calm
and push the emergency button. This will automatically dispatch the elevator contractor
and the OFRC point of contact for immediate assistance.
Building Evacuation and Evacuation Routes
Maps of floor evacuation routes are posted in the elevator lobby on each floor. Partnering
organizations and employees are responsible for being familiar with these routes and
following them in the event of an evacuation. Partnering organizations and employees
should never use elevators to evacuate the building. Always use designated stairwells.
Security for the OFRC building is provided through a combination of:
Restricted building access through the use of electronic key cards
Safeway Security housed in the OFRC
Information Referral Assistants and Greeters during business hours
Entrance and exit doors should not be propped open for more than 5 minutes due to silent
alarms. If partnering organizations and employees should need to prop doors open for
moving of large items; a notice should be submitted in writing to the OFRC point of
contact. This will ensure the Information Technology Service Center be notified in order
to silence the alarms.
No solicitation is allowed by outside vendors.
Partnering organizations and employees play a key role in security by:
Being on alert for dangerous or threatening situations
Reporting suspicious persons and real or potential threats to the OFRC point of
contact or a supervisor immediately
Not allowing unauthorized persons to enter the OFRC
Ensuring that no one else can use personal electronic key cards
Reporting lost electronic key cards immediately to the OFRC point of contact or a
Using caution and common sense to prevent threats or attacks
Locking all doors on vehicles parked in the parking lot
Safeguarding confidential information
If a potentially dangerous situation develops, and the OFRC point of contact cannot be
contacted, partnering organizations and employees should contact the local police and
fire department for assistance by dialing 911.
Keys are an important safety item. The keys and locks in the OFRC are part of a master
plan to keep partnering organizations, employees, and clients safe. For that reason, the
OFRC locksmith must key doors with locks, and no additional locks may be added
without the express permission of the OFRC point of contact. Partnering organizations
and employees should safeguard individual keys, and never allow anyone else to use
them. Each agency is responsible for assuring that employees return keys and electronic
keycards upon termination. Should any keys need to be replaced, there is a $5.00 charge
Electronic Key Cards
Partnering organizations and employees are issued electronic key cards. These serve as
proximity cards that allow partnering organizations and employees to enter the OFRC.
Partnering organizations and employees must always safeguard electronic key cards and
never allow anyone else to use them.
Lost, stolen, or broken key cards must be immediately reported to the OFRC point of
contact. The OFRC point of contact is responsible for issuing all new and replacement
key cards. Replacement key cards will cost $5.00.
Fire Drills and Fire Alarms
Fire drills are conducted at the direction of the OFRC building management. Drills may
be announced or unannounced. When a drill is conducted, partnering organizations and
employees are required to participate and cooperate fully.
All partnering organizations and employees are responsible for being familiar with fire
drill procedures and building evacuation routes.
When an alarm sounds; partnering organizations and employees must react as if the alarm
is real and represents a warning of an actual fire or threat to building safety. Upon
hearing the alarm, partnering organizations and employees should evacuate the building
immediately in a calm and orderly fashion, following established evacuation routes.
Guests in the building should be directed to evacuate immediately with partnering
organizations and employees.
Partnering organizations, employees, and guests should remain outside and clear of the
building until authorized to return by a Fire Department official or an authorized
representative of the OFRC. Refer to the Emergency/Evacuation Plan for more detailed
Fire extinguishers are located on each floor in clearly marked wall boxes. Directions for
use are attached to the each extinguisher.
Other Services provided within the OFRC building:
Child Care Solutions Resource Lending Library - The Child Care Solutions Resource
Lending Library offers high quality educational materials and professional equipment for
parents, child care providers, and teachers, and Early Childhood students. The Mobile
Resource Van/Education Express is an extension of the library serving Cumberland
County teachers and directors working with children birth to age five, not in
kindergarten, and groups of individuals in the community. For more information, please
go to the website: http://www.ccpfc.org/ccsol/resource_lib.cfm
Equipment is available at the Resource Lending Library on a fee-basis as follows:
COPIER $.15/copy and must supply own paper
Accommodates items up to 24” wide (poster size)
DIE CUT MACHINE
$.75/day; bring your own materials
Dies include letters, numbers, shapes, holidays, etc.
$.25/comb; bind your own materials
Training Services Opportunities - Academic Community Training (ACT) The
Academic Community Training Program (ACT) provides quality training to the early
childhood community at low or no cost.
Education and Training Opportunities
Ongoing developmental training offered through tracks, modules, workshops,
distance learning, conferences and outreach programs.
Workshops given by certified and specialized instructors.
Workshops offered in both Spanish and English.
In-service hours received for workshops can be applied toward North Carolina
Division of Child Development licensing training hours.
Providers participating in the Quality Improvement and Military Provider Grants
receive free training.
For more information, please visit the website http://www.ccpfc.org/ccsol/training.cfm or
contact, Sherri McNeil, CCS Training Instructor at 867-9700, ext. 486
Thank You & Welcome to the Omni Family