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Childcare Referral Agencies

  • National Association of Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies is our nation's leading voice for child care. They work with more than 800 state and local Child Care Resource & Referral agencies to ensure that families in every local community have access to high-quality, affordable child care.
  • Community Care Licensing Division, licenses and monitors Family Child Care Homes and Child Care Centers in an effort to ensure that they provide a safe and healthy environment for children who are in day care. They also provide a facility search for almost every type of childcare available.
  • Child Care Aware is a non-profit initiative committed to helping parents find the best information on locating quality child care and child care resources in their community. They do this by raising visibility for local child care resource and referral agencies nationwide and by connecting parents with the local agencies best equipped to serve their needs.
  • YMCA Childcare Resource Service provides child care referrals to parents for their specific child care needs in licensed and legally license-exempt facilities in San Diego County. Childcare Resource Service seeks to promote and develop quality care for children but does not make recommendations regarding particular providers.
  • Childcare community referral service is an all volunteer service, provided by daycare providers, to help parents who are looking for licensed daycare homes for their children in the San Diego county area of southern California.
  • FindMeChildcare.com was created to help San Diego Parents find childcare with less hassle and more convenience. Search their database of licensed childcare providers located throughout San Diego County for no cost and with no registration necessary. Search results can be narrowed by specifying the type of facility, zip code, and/or neighborhood.
  • Daycare Match is parent owned and operated. The free database is searchable by zip code, children's ages, and type of care required. Results include contact information, a description of the services offered, the staff, philosophy, licensing, and facilities of the provider, and hours of operation.
  • MetroDaycare.com is a free nationwide database of childcare providers. Search by state, zip code, or area code to locate childcare facilities in your area. Their extensive database contains over 160,000 listings.
  • GoCityKids connects families to resources around town, including child care, indoor/outdoor fun, day camps, schools, after-school activities, and parenting resources.
  • Daycare Bear was launched to help U.S. parents and childcare providers connect. They provide detailed and current information about the available openings across the nation and help parents quickly find the daycare provider they are looking for.
  • NeedChildCare.com is an excellent resource for parents in search of daycare solutions. They offer a free and easy way to bring parents and providers together.
  • San Diego County Family Child Care Association has served San Diego County for more than 30 years, offering free child care referrals. As an all volunteer, non-profit organization, they strive to meet the needs of persons interested in early childhood education and care.
  • YELLOWPAGES.COM is a trusted online source for comprehensive national and local business information. Whether you're looking for a family home daycare, childcare center, preschool, nanny, or a baby sitter, here is where you can find an extensive list of each, as well as obtain maps and directions.