Providers- We need your help to support you and our entire community! We’re gathering updated information on school-age care and number of children being served across the county following the latest school district announcements as well as your specific supply needs. This information is difficult to report accurately (to the people who make decisions on public/private funding and other supports) with current databases, so your submission here is very valuable! Please input your most current information to this updated, 1-2 minute survey. Our sincerest thanks for your time!
Have Open Slots? Need to find slots for families you can’t serve? Want to let us know your preferences for referrals?
The Early Childhood Council of Boulder County(ECCBC) is the local Childcare Resource and Referral (CCR&R) office. We are referring families who need care to programs who have slots. Please fill out the following form as appropriate for your location to have your contact information shared with families looking for care OR to let us know you would prefer not to have your information shared by ECCBC. Your program will be expected to complete the enrollment process with families.
If your program is currently or soon-to-be open, please complete this form as often as you need to keep your information updated. When we have accurate information, we can connect you with supports specific to your situation.
Boulder and Mountain Area Providers (zip codes 80301-9, 80310, 80314, 80403, 80455, 80466, 80471, 80481, 80510)
Lafayette- Louisville Area Providers (zip codes 80025, 80026, 80027, 80516)
Longmont Area Providers (zip codes 80501, 80503, 80504, 80513, 80533, 80540, 80542, 80544)
Just think…if child care professionals had sufficient resources to provide the highest quality services to children in their care.
The work of early childhood professionals is of great value and importance to Boulder County. Child care providers and early childhood teachers nurture the future, one child at a time. ECCBC is working to increase the resources available for wages, benefits, and programming within the early care and education system. But always remember…
The greatest resource within the early care and education is the early childhood professional. Our greatest resource is you!
Look here to find information that can help child care professionals at all levels understand available career paths, develop skills and knowledge, and improve quality of care.