Provider members are child care and early learning facilities (public or private, profit or nonprofit) that provide child care and early education services.
Early Learning Resource Centers
This type of agency provides valuable child care information and services to providers and to various other publics. They provide a vital statewide continuum of community-based perspectives to the child care needs of families and communities.
Businesses, consultants, and other entities that provide a service, product, or support the child care provider community (e.g. children’s furniture, educational material vendors, food suppliers, consultants, attorneys, accounting firms, insurance agencies, foundations, United Ways, colleges). They may be for-profit or not-for-profit entities, private or publicly owned.
Local & Regional Early Learning Initiatives
These networks, collaboratives, and coalitions build support networks made up of organizations and individuals interested in increasing the availability of high quality early learning.
Affiliated members are individuals with an academic or personal interest in the mission of child care and early learning who do not eligible in any other of the above categories.