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childcareaware.org/providers/opening-a-new-child-care-program/getting-your-business-licensed

The process to becoming a licensed child care provider varies by state. Your state may require an application, background checks, licensing and fire inspections ...

www.daycare.com/states.html

State by state daycare listings and contact information.

osse.dc.gov/service/licensing-and-compliance

All childcare programs operating in the District of Columbia must comply with the established childcare requirements. Childcare requirements ensure that ...

childcareta.acf.hhs.gov/licensing

Welcome to the National Database of Child Care Licensing Regulations—a tool for finding ... Licensing requirements are frequently updated in response to new ...

ncchildcare.nc.gov/parents/pr_sn2_ov_lr.asp

If your provider is caring for more than two children who aren't related and they provide care for more than four hours a day, they probably should be licensed.

www.dhs.pa.gov/provider/earlylearning/childcareregulations

Regulations. The Department of Human Services regulations for operating a child care facility are available on the Web. Listed below is each regulation that ...

www.dss.virginia.gov/family/cc

Licensed child day care programs are inspected at least twice per year. They have requirements for background checks, training/orientation, and health and ...

www.maine.gov/dhhs/ocfs/ec/occhs/cclicensing.htm

The Division of Licensing, Child Care Licensing Unit, is responsible for issuing Child Care Center Licenses, Family Child Care certificates, and Nursery School ...

earlychildhood.marylandpublicschools.org/child-care-providers/licensing

The Office of Child Care's Licensing Branch oversees all child care licensing ... a program that you believe is violating a child care licensing law or regulation.