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Dr. Stephen Metraux, CCRS Director
Welcome to the Center for Community Research and Service (CCRS) website.
CCRS was launched in 1972 as the Urban Agent Program and since then we have engaged in community-based research, development and service activities in Delaware and beyond. We have two locations: in downtown Wilmington and on the main university campus in Newark. The programs in CCRS share a commitment to enhancing the well-being of people and places, particularly those that experience disadvantages relative to other communities.
CCRS is active in multiple areas:
- Technical assistance, continuing education, and other support to community development initiatives and community-based non-profit organizations.
This website provides more information on who we are and what we do. Please take a look around and contact us about our work or about the prospect of working together to further our commitment to stronger and healthier communities.
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