Pitt County LICC Local Interagency Coordinating Council

The Pitt County Local Interagency Coordinating Council (LICC) is a dedicated group of professionals who work with children with special needs and their families in Pitt County. We share information and advocate for children with special needs through meetings, outreach and services. We encourage parents to become involved by joining Pitt LICC. We host bi-monthly meetings at ChildLinks in Greenville, for more information contact Coletta Danneker or Mimi Jefferson at 252.789.4943.

North Carolina Early Intervention Services


If you are a parent or professional interested in Early Intervention issues, or if you have a child with special needs, we invite you to become involved with Pitt County LICC!

The Early Intervention (EI) System offers services for young children birth to five years of age who have physical or developmental delays.

Pitt County LICC believes that parent input is essential as we share information, offer events and activities, and advocate for children with special needs.

Download our
Developmental Milestones Brochure here


LICC supports annual Early Intervention Conferences for area professionals and parents who have children with disabilities. The conference is funded through a grant from the North Carolina Council for Developmental Disabilities.

For conference times or more information
contact Dr. Linda Crane Mitchell at 252.737.2052

Pitt County KidsFest
Greenville Convention Center
Call 252.758.8885 for more information
or visit www.mppfc.org

"Making Pitt's Babies Fit" Maternity Fair
Annually in April
Greenville Convention Center
Organized by the Pitt Infant Mortality Prevention Advisory Council (PIMPAC).

Contact Jennifer Hardee at 252.902.2424 for more information.