Find quality child care in your community.
Social media graphics, captions, and e-newsletter copy, available in English & Spanish.
Postcards available in English & Spanish for families, caregivers, and providers explaining the Fair Start for Kids Act.
Carina is a free website where families can easily find high-quality, licensed child care.
Data from Child Care Aware on capacity, cost of care, provider compensation, and more.
For county level reports, click here.
From the Washington State Department of Commerce, the Task Force was created by the Legislature in 2018.
Data from DCYF on staff ratios, salaries, and the current eligibility for ECEAP and WCCC.
Recommendations from providers to DCYF
Learn more about the Association of Washington Business!
Data on demographics, language, cost of care, and wage disparities from all regions across the state.
Finally! High-quality child care for no more than $165 a month.
Flyers available in English & Spanish for families, caregivers, and providers about the Fair Start for Kids Act.
Data and statistics compiled by CCFA from the Department of Children, Youth, and Families.
Information about child care centers from the federal government.
The Employer-Supported Child Care Technical Assistance program offers business consultants that support employers in becoming family-friendly.
The 2022 Child Care Collaborative Task Force report to the Legislature and governor
Data from DCYF on licensed family home base rate subsidies
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The Estimator is designed to help potential child care business owners understand the likely costs, revenues, and feasibility for their child care business idea.
The Department of Commerce manages funding awarded through direct appropriation and competitive processes that establish new capacity for early learning providers.