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Home > Practice Areas > Child Care and Development > Family Child Care Clearinghouse Project

 
 

 

Family Child Care Clearinghouse

The Child Welfare League of America (CWLA) received a grant from the Surdna Foundation to work in the area of family child care and to identify resources that can be used by staff of programs, organizations designed to support family child care providers.

The project began in 2004 with the selection of an advisory committee to assist in the development of the clearinghouse as well as organize a series of discussions to be held at several national conferences in 2004. The committee members represented many national, regional, and local organizations with an interest in family child care, researchers, advocates, and providers. Their assistance was invaluable. Special thanks go out to the committee members for their time, energy, and support in the development of the web-based clearinghouse and their commitment to the family child care profession.

 



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