Texas Child Care Licensing (CCL)
Child Care Licensing responsibilities include:
- Regulates all child-care operations and child-placing agencies to protect the health, safety, and well-being of children in care, largely by reducing the risk of injury, abuse, and communicable disease.
- Establishes and monitors operations and agencies for compliance with licensing standards, rules, and law.
- Informs parents and the public about child care and about the histories of specific homes, child-care operations, and child-placing agencies in complying with minimum standards of care.
- Provides technical assistance to providers on meeting licensing standards, rules, and law.
Child-Care Related Links:
- Search Texas Child-Care
- Provider Login & Background Checks
- Minimum Standards
- Criminal Conviction Charts
- Information for Parents
- Child Safety Campaigns
- Resources and Links
- Technical Assistance Library
- Emergency Preparedness
- Contact Us
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