If you are a licensed child care provider, or want to become one, learn more about licensing rules, find forms, resources, and much more.
If you are a license exempt provider or interested in providing care for a child of a family member, friend or neighbor, you can learn more about the process, training and ways to provide high quality care.
Are you looking to learn more about caring for children? Find training across the state, both face-to-face and online, on MiRegistry. Track your training and education, as well.
Do you need help paying for your early childhood education? The T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® MICHIGAN program might be right for you!
Great Start to Quality allows you to show families the quality of care you provide, as well as learn ways to improve. Find out more about how to get rated and improve the quality of your program.
The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) plays a vital role in improving the quality of child care programs by providing guidelines and financial support to programs who serve healthy food and offer nutrition education to children and families.
Find information about providing care for a child who receives Child Development and Care (CDC) subsidy, including forms, checklists, the CDC Handbook, and more.
Keeping children safe and healthy is one of the most important roles of parents and child care providers. Find resources to keep children healthy and safe.
Strong social skills can increase a child's success in school and life. Find resources here to learn more about supporting children's social skills.
Find resources for brain building and preparing your child for success in school and in life.
When children play, learn, speak, act, and move, it offers clues about a child's development. Find tools to track your child's development.