Around the State
The Indiana Afterschool Network (IAN) is currently working to develop a new mapping solution for Indiana’s out-of-school time and summer learning programs. Please continue to check back for updates.
To find a current comprehensive list of programming in your area, visit the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration’s Child Care Finder.
Indiana Family and Social Services Administration – Child Care Finder
Child Care Finder helps you locate Child Care in Indiana.
CCDF Family Guide: Welcome to the Child Care Development Fund program
The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) helps low-income families get child care. The CCDF federal program helps families so that they may work, attend training or continue their education. It aims to increase the availability, affordability and quality of child care.
ADDITIONAL FAMILY RESOURCES FOR CHILDCARE
Families who need help finding or paying for care can contact Brighter Futures Indiana at 800-299-1627 to speak to a referral specialist.
Every community has a child care resource and referral agency that can also connect parents with local child care options and provide referrals for support. Families can find their local CCR&R by calling 800-299-1627 or by consulting this map.
When locating care, it is important that families choose licensed and regulated care for their children. To find out if a provider is licensed or regulated, go to www.ChildCareFinder.in.gov or call 800-299-1627.
The Power of Afterschool in Indiana
The report, funded in part by the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), compiles the most current data on out-of-school time offerings in Indiana and the need and impact of these programs.
For more state and national research, click here.