The purpose of the grant program is to support providers in addressing licensing violations in licensed child care settings. Grants are awarded based on the level of community need and overall established goals, and budgetary stipulations designated by the Nevada Department of Education and the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services.
The Children’s Cabinet administers COVID-related funding opportunities for providers. For more information on all stimulus funding opportunities, please visit the Nevada Child Care.org website.
Have you started the process of becoming a licensed child care provider? The Children’s Cabinet has start-up grants that can help family child care homes, group family child care homes and centers with the cost of fees, and some classroom materials and furnishings. Click on the application packet below for more information.
Visit our Starting-up and Marketing Licensed Child Care Page for additional informational resources on becoming a licensed provider.
T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood ® Nevada provides college scholarships for Home Care Providers, Center Teachers and Aides, Center Directors, and Early Childhood Facility Owners working in a licensed facility at least 30 hours a week. For more information, visit the T.E.A.C.H. website.
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