Services We Provide

Care About Childcare at Utah Valley University offers help to providers through:

  • Assistance starting a child care program
  • Start-Up Grant for new family providers
  • Free referral listing
  • Training opportunities which fulfill state approved training hours and Professional Development Incentive System
  • CDA Advisement
  • Child Care Provider Coaching Program and Peer Mentor Consultation Program
  • Spanish Bilingual Specialist
  • Resource Nights
  • Technical Assistance for business policies and procedures
  • Technical Assistance for Care About Childcare Quality Indicators and Criteria
  • New staff orientation materials for center directors

Becoming a Provider

Provider Whole Record Update

Provider Vacancy Update

Provider Quarterly Newsletters

Lending Library

Marketing/Business/Tax Information

Grants

PDI, CEU, and NAC Forms

Child Development Information

DWS Subsidy Information & Rate Table

This table shows the maximum monthly child care assistance payments

 

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Parents

Families can use Care About Childcare at Utah Valley University for:

Finding the right child caregiver is often challenging, but one of the most important decisions you will make. Even though, as parents you are the most important people in your child's life, the relationship you have with his caregiver will also affect how he feels about himself and the world around him as he grows up. Our counselors are available to answer questions and help you feel confident about your child care decision.

When choosing the most appropriate child care setting for your child, it is very important for you to understand the types of care in Utah. Take the time to visit several providers before making your important decision. Quality of care provided will vary from provider to provider regardless of regulation. Our counselors are willing and ready to help you become a more informed child care consumer.

 Do you need help finding quality care for your children?PDF

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