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  1. How can I find if a program is regulated, make a complaint about a regulated program or find out if a regulated program has had any problems?
  2. How Can I Find out Which Regulated Programs are the Best Ones?
  3. What should I look for when choosing a Child Care Center?
  4. How can I get help paying for child care services?

How can I find if a program is regulated, make a complaint about a regulated program or find out if a regulated program has had any problems?


For information about a regulated program, obtain a listing or make a complaint, please call the Office of Licensing at 877-667-9845. For a list of licensed child care centers, click HERE.

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How Can I Find out Which Regulated Programs are the Best Ones?


Choosing the best program for your needs is a decision only you can make. The purpose of licensing is to ensure compliance with minimum baseline standards, not to determine which programs are the best. The Office of Licensing cannot recommend any particular regulated program over another. However, we can provide information about what types of programs are available and what to look for when choosing a regulated program.

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What should I look for when choosing a Child Care Center?


Information about choosing child care programs can be found at the Division of Family Development or by contacting the Child Care Resource and Referral Center in the county where you live or work.

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How can I get help paying for child care services?


For information about subsidies for child care programs, please contact the Division of Family Development.

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