CareFinder Indiana is a resource to find information on child care in Indiana. Information on becoming a child care provider as well as laws and policies are also located at this site. Find out more about the providers licensing inspections and health & safety inspections. Look up additional state regulations for licensed providers of child care. This program is a part of the Indiana Family & Social Services Administration.
Child Care Aware is a non-profit initiative committed to helping parents find quality child care by providing information on locating local resource and referral agencies. Download great checklists and tools for evaluating providers.
Indiana Association for Child Care Resource & Referral (IACCRR) is a statewide organization whose mission is to work with local member agencies at a local, state and national level to provide, coordinate, and advocate for a strong statewide system of child care resources and referral, resulting in safe, healthy, and responsive care for all children. The organization strives to impact positively the quality of life for all Indiana families.”
Child Care Aware’s mission is “To provide vision, leadership, and support to community child care resource and referral and to promote national policies and partnerships committed to the development and learning of all children.”
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) exists for the purpose of leading and consolidating the efforts of individuals and groups working to achieve healthy development and constructive education for all young children.” Learn about developmentally appropriate curriculum and activities to look for when choosing your child care.”
Huffer Child Care Resource and Referral is a community partner agency of the United Way of Delaware, Madison and Wayne County. The United Way serves: “As the nation’s leading community solutions provider, United Way invests in and activates the resources to make the greatest possible impact in communities across America. The United Way movement includes approximately 1,400 community-based United Way organizations. Each is independent, separately incorporated, and governed by local volunteers.”