Comparison of Licensing Requirements for Child Care Programs
Compare staff to child ratios,
group size, staff qualifications, and activity or curriculum requirements
for Child Care Centers with Minimum and Higher Voluntary Program
Choosing Quality Child Care
The National Network for Child Care can help you know what to
look for when choosing quality child care.
Financial Assistance (Subsidized Child Care Program)
Find out if you are eligible to receive assistance to help pay
for the cost of child care.
Locating Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies (CCR&R)
Your local child care resource and referral program can help you know more
about quality child care and locate a facility in your community.
Local Smart Start initiatives can help families get higher quality
and affordable child care, health care, and other services.
National Child Care Association (NCCA)
Learn more about the only national association serving the private,
licensed childhood and education community.
National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC)
Learn more about the national association that provides leadership
and professional development to family child care associations