Child Care Provider Resources and Services

The health and well being of children is important for growth and development, which is why the Snohomish Health District works to ensure health and safety at Snohomish County child cares and preschools. Our services are targeted at child care businesses and providers. For more information about our program activities, please see our Child Care Health Outreach Program annual report or our program brochure. We offer free consultations on a variety of health, safety, and nutrition topics.

COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR SCHOOLS AND CHILDCARE    (ClICK IMAGE BELOW)

                                novel-coronavirus-2_1330pxA Opens in new window      

STARS CREDITS FOR CHILD CARE PROVIDERS

CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR IN-SERVICE HOURS. NOT REGISTERED YET? CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO REGISTER. TEACHERS, DON'T FORGET! STARS credits/certificates can be turned in for OSPI Clock Hours.

Child Care Aware of Washington

For help finding a child care or day care in your area, Child Care Aware of Washington provides information and referrals. They are available by calling 800-446-1114 and online.

To make sure a child care or day care provider is licensed, and review other licensing information including any founded complaints, visit the Department of Children, Youth and Families Child Care Check Page. Here's an overview of the different types of child care options. Some child cares are regulated by the state and require licensing; others do not.