In addition to the resources provided by Care About Childcare, families can utilize resources offered through state and national programs.
The Baby Watch Early Intervention Program (BWEIP) strives to enhance early growth and development in infants and toddlers, who have developmental delays or disabilities or both, by providing individualized support and services to the child and their family.
Get help paying for child care with Child Care Aware. This entity provides resources to help families understand where and how they can receive assistance paying for child care.
Utah State Child Care Assistance Program helps families cover the cost of child care. The amount of child care subsidy is determined based on several factors and may not cover the total cost of child care; parents are responsible to pay child care providers for all costs incurred.
CHIP is a state health insurance plan for children. Many working Utah families who don't have health insurance qualify for CHIP. Qualifications are based upon income and family size.
Many Family Support Centers in the region offer crisis nurseries. Once you have pre-registered with one, you can use the crisis nursery when you have job interviews, doctor appointments or if you really need some timeout. You can find a location near you on the Family Support Center website.
The Children's Service Society has groups and programs that support grandparents raising grandchildren.
Visit the link above to find a Head Start program in your area.
Help Me Grow Utah is an information and referral network that provides parents with the knowledge and resources you need to make a difference in your child's life.
Prevent Child Abuse Utah (PCAU)
PCAU offers prevention programs to students, faculty, parents and community members to help reduce instances of child abuse in all forms.
Learn about the different types of providers to decide which type will best fit your family.
United Way 211 is a statewide service that connects people to important health, human and community service programs including: emergency food pantries, rental assistance, public health clinics, child care resources, support groups, legal aid and a variety of nonprofit and government agencies.
The mission of the Utah Parent Center is to assist parents in helping their children, youth and young adults with all disabilities to live included, productive lives as members of the community.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention provides information on disease control, which is helpful in keeping your child safe.
This website is for parents of children who attend child care programs. They have answers to several questions many parents have about their child's care environment.