We know that positive adult relationships and
learning environments can boost a child’s success
later in life. Click here or on the photo to view more information about the cost of child care and its return on investments.
Diseases take a toll on the body in more than just a symptomatic way. View some tips to emotionally support and talk with children during disease outbreaks by clicking here or on the photo.
Have you filled out the 2019 Annual Program Survey? We're looking for your ideas and feedback to assist us in assessing current program services and to inform future planning. Click here or on the light bulb to complete the Survey.
It’s Time To Jump Into Spring By Filling Out Your Provider Update! Click here or on the button above to view the Annual Provider Update Letter, Raffle Form, Fillable Update Form and Printable Update Form. Thank you in advance for filling our your form!
April 30th is fast approaching, and that means your Expulsion Prevention Policies are due! For additional information, resources and a copy of A Guide for Developing an Expulsion Prevention Policy click here or on the set of helping hands.
Check out a CCAoNH Leadership Collaborative near you. Come be part of the conversation. Click here or on the photo for more details.
Looking for resources and information on Caring for the Health and Wellness of
Children Experiencing Homelessness? Click here to read the article and click here to see online modules that show how to support children and families experiencing homelessness.
Looking for professional development opportunities! Check out the 2018-2019 Annual Training Calendar. Click here or on the photo for a printable copy.
This website serves as the consumer education website for New Hampshire’s lead agency of the Child Care and Development Block Grant. The preparation and maintenance of this website was financed under a Contract with the State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services, Division for Children, Youth and Families, Bureau of Child Development and Head Start Collaboration with funds provided in part by the State of New Hampshire and the US Department of Health and Human Services.