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Choosing child care is one of the most difficult decisions a parent or caregiver must make. If you live in Orange, Durham, or Wake counties, Child Care Services Association may be able to help.

Child Care Services Association (CCSA) is a nationally recognized nonprofit working to ensure affordable, accessible, high quality child care for all families through research, services and advocacy. We are more than just an agency working to improve child care; we are also an association of groups, individuals and volunteers committed to supporting the right of young children and their families to have the best possible life.

Child Care Services Association provides free referral services to families seeking child care, technical assistance to child care businesses, and educational scholarships and salary supplements to child care professionals through the T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood and Child Care WAGE$ projects. CCSA licenses its successful programs to states across the country and provides consultation to others addressing child care concerns. CCSA president, Sue Russell, a nationally respected voice on child care, is a resource for policy makers throughout the United States.

Additional child care services may be found performing a Google search. Many providers and centers also list on Craigslist. Please make sure that however you choose a provider, that you thoroughly check their credentials and qualifications.

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