Care About Childcare @ Five County offers free listings on our referral database to regulated child care providers. When families in the community contact us, we give them the names and phone numbers of child care providers. After becoming a child care provider and signing our complaint policy, you are eligible to be added to our referral database.

Note: we do not guarantee quality or refer one provider over another and we accept no responsibility for child care providers. We feel that parents and legal guardians are in the best position to observe and select the site that best meets the needs of their children. Referrals are based on vacancies, scheduling needs, location, etc.

We encourage parents to choose quality child care.

E-mail us or call us at 1-800-543-7527 to learn more about the referral process.


Contact our phone counselors when you have changes to make to your record on our referral database. We want to be able to give families the most current and accurate information available. Please E-mail or call 1-800-543-7527 to update your listing.

Operation: Child CareIn May 2004 NACCRRA launched Operation Child Care, a voluntary program designed to support the short-term child care needs of National Guard and Reserve members in Operation Iraqi Freedom or Operation Enduring Freedom. Dedicated child care providers from across the country have pledged their support to our service members returning home for a few week of rest and recuperation leave by donating a minimum of four hours of child care services. This will allow these service members to take care of family business, take a spouse out to dinner, or enjoy other activities.

 

 
CAC@Five County is an agency of Five County Association of Governments. Funding comes from DWS, Office of Work & Family Life.