The Crosby-Garfield Building is owned and operated by Wake County Government and houses county services that work in partnership with several community organizations. The building has a strong history as a hub for services for Southeast Raleigh. In the past 20 years, "Crosby" has been a school for African-American students and housed health programs and clinics. It currently houses programs for children, youth and families.

What services are located in the Crosby-Garfield Building now?

Learning Together  North Carolina-licensed 5-Star Center, NAEYC-accredited developmental day preschool serving 113 children, both with and without disabilities, ages 18 months to 5 years old

Head Start Program – serving 179 children with federally funded programs for low-income children, and providing child care, education and social services

4-H Cooperative Extension – offering clubs, staff-led programs and projects, summer camps, teen programs, leadership experiences and after-school programs

Social and Economic Vitality  a community-based initiative designed to positively impact Wake County's underserved communities in priority areas of health, education, employment, and opportunities for community leadership and civic engagement

Public computer access is available in the lower level of the Crosby-Garfield Building. Enter the building at entrance "E" and turn left to use the computers. Printing is also available during business hours.