Child Care Licensing Index
Child Care Provider Regulations Training Dates - Centers
Child Care Provider Regulations Training Dates - School Age Only
Child Care Provider Regulations Training Dates- Family Child Care Home I and II
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Nebraska law requires any individual who provides child care to four or more children from different families at any one time to become licensed. The Department of Health & Human Services, Division of Public Health, issues four separate child care and preschool licenses:
Family Child Care Home I: Program in the home of the provider; maximum capacity is eight children of mixed ages and two additional school age children during non-school hours.
Family Child Care Home II: Program in the home of the provider or another site; maximum capacity is twelve with two providers.
Child Care Center: Program licensed for at least 13 children
Preschool: Program providing educational services where children do not nap and are not fed a meal.
Licensed Child Care Programs
Helpful Information for Parents When Choosing Child Care
Listings and Labels
Negative Actions Against Childcare Providers
Regulations - This title addresses activities to license child care providers and to support those providers with resource information and technical assistance.
Requesting Copies of Inspections
General Information About Child Care Licensing:
Child Care Licensed Facilities and Capacities
How to File a Complaint
Helpful Resources for Child Care Programs and Parents
The Nebraska Quality Ratings System Project Study
Child Care Health Consultation
Child Care Prepared Fact Sheets
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