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Partners and Public
Child Care Services works with public and private organizations to promote healthy child development and programs that provide safe, nurturing, learning environments. While, agencies and organizations partner with CCS to support early care and education including teachers and Professional development. Quality child care is important to families, employers and the public as part of a strong economic foundation.
These partnerships provide greater resources making them a key component for increasing the quality of early care and education in Oklahoma..
List of Partners
Some of our partners that assist child care programs in meeting minimum licensing requirements and improving the quality of care include:
Center for Early Childhood Professional Development Child Care Advisory Office of the State Fire MarshalOklahoma Association of Community Action Agencies
Oklahoma Career TechOklahoma Child Care Resource & ReferralOklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS)
Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse ServicesOklahoma State Advisory CouncilOklahoma State Department of HealthOklahoma State Regents for Higher Education—Scholars for Excellence in Child CareState Department of Education
Did you know that in Oklahoma, 1 in every 14 children under the age of six is homeless and 1 in 4 children are struggling with hunger?
Knowing the importance of early childhood growth, development and learning, Child Care Services is honored to have partnerships supporting the following:
Positive Tomorrows and
Regional Food Bank.