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Resources for Business, Community, and Policy Leaders

Employer-Supported Child Care

  • Bright Horizons
    Bright Horizons is a work-life organization whose "mission is to provide innovative programs that help children, families, and employers work together to be their very best." This website has information on everything about employer-supported child care, from employees' child care issues to the how-to on starting an employer-supported child care center.

  • National Network for Child Care
    This overview provides a brief introduction to employer-supported child care issues.

  • Work & Family Connection
    These FAQs cover the most common questions about employer-supported child care.

Public-Private Partnerships

The resources in this section are all provided by the Child Care Partnership Project, sponsored by the Child Care Bureau, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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