One of the top-priorities for working parents is finding quality care for their children. Quality child care is in high demand in many Indiana communities. It is never too soon to begin exploring child care options in your local area. Start today and get ahead.
Brighter Futures Indiana offers information to empower families, like yours, in their search for the highest quality learning experiences for their children.
On My Way Pre-K awards grants so four year olds from low-income families may have access to a high-quality pre-K program the year before they begin kindergarten.
First Steps - Learn more about resources to help children with special needs.
Monroe Smart Start Birth-to-Five is a coalition of public and private organizations, businesses, and parents who are working together to ensure that local children enter school healthy, well-cared for, and ready to succeed in school and in life.
Birth to Five offers free services to create a family-centered, comprehensive, collaborative, and high-quality early childhood system that supports Wayne County, Indiana children ages birth to five years old.
Kokomo Family YMCA’s early learning center provides infant, toddler, and before & after school care.
Bona Vista offers free referral services for families looking for quality child care, preschool, and school-age programs. They also offer a variety of programming for children of all abilities and their families.
First Steps provides services that are designed to meet the developmental needs of children.
Center for Possibilities offers a full-day, full-year developmental preschool and child care program for children ages 3-6 with mild to severe developmental disabilities and delays. Child care services are also available for children ages 2-3 with developmental disabilities and delays through their Toddler & Childcare Program.
INSource provides Indiana families the information and training necessary to assure effective educational programs and appropriate services for children with disabilities.
Elkhart and St. Joseph Counties Head Start Consortium provides comprehensive education and parent involvement services for children ages 0-5 years old, from income-eligible families, including children with special needs.
Floyd County Head Start Preschool promotes school readiness for preschool-age children by offering services and programs in the area of education, health and development screenings, health and safety, social and emotional health, nutrition, social services, transition services, and services for children with disabilities.
Rauch Early Intervention program assures that all families with infants and toddlers experiencing developmental delays or disabilities have access to the services they need when they need them. Their Grow-N-Learn Preschool is led by developmental and occupational therapists and is specially designed for children ages 18 months to 3 years old with developmental delays.