FREE CHILD CARE REFERRAL SERVICE
As a parent or guardian, choosing child care is one of the most important decisions you will make for your family.
At the WKU CCR&R Child Care Aware of Kentucky we can provide you with information to make your search for child care a little easier.
We will talk with you about what to look for in a quality child care setting and what questions to ask as you interview a child care provider.
A WKU CCR&R Child Care Aware of Kentucky referral does not imply a recommendation. Parents must carefully interview and check
references before leaving a child in care.
To access your free child care search:
> Call 1-877-316-3552
> Visit the Online Child Care Search Database
If you need child care outside of Kentucky, visit Child Care Aware to search for a CCR&R in your area.
If you have any questions about quality child care, you may call our office and a WKU CCR&R Child Care Aware of Kentucky staff member will be glad to assist you.
Phone: (270) 745-2216 or (800) 621-5908
Email Us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Know what to look for when choosing child care.
For information on Kentucky's Child Care Regulation, take a look at the KY Partnership Regulation Brochure.
Quality Child Care: Recognizing and Choosing the Best for Your Children. Child Care Aware
Does The Program You Are Considering Meet The Needs of Your Child? Checklist
For information on help paying for child care, contact the Child Care Council Child
Care Assistance Program, using the numbers below, to see if you qualify.
Allen, Barren, Metcalfe, Monroe:
746 C East Main Street
Glasgow, KY 42142-1687
Butler, Muhlenberg, Ohio:
947 W 7th Street
Beaver Dam, KY 42320
Edmonson, Hart, Warren:
Beverly Davis, Kim Grimes, Sharon Shirley
1010-1020 State Street
Bowling Green, KY 42103
Currently the Logan, Todd, Simpson position is open but will be supervised by
4639 Wathens Crossing
Owensboro, KY 42301
While the Child Care Aware of Kentucky Network only provides referrals to licensed and certified child care programs, we hope the
following information about area camps and activities and what to look for when choosing
a camp will be helpful. Listing these resources does not imply a recommendation. It
is always wise to request references and visit programs before leaving your child.
Read Planning For Summer!
If you or someone you know is interested in finding out about kid's activities happening in our community this summer, visit the "Summer Fun for Kids" page on the WKU ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships website at http://www.wku.edu/alive/summerfun.