Child Care Resource and Referral (CCRR)

Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) meets a need that no one else does – providing the bridge between parents, providers, community leaders, and policy makers. The CASY Resource & Referral service is available to help families locate and evaluate quality child care programs in 11 Indiana counties:

Clay, Greene, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Owen, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vermillion and Vigo.

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2018 CASY Early Education Conference

Saturday, September 8th @ IVY Tech, Terre Haute, IN

Click HERE for registration form


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Child Care Complaint Hotline 



House Enrolled Act 1073 

This list is a resource to support providers seeking information required for compliance with HEA 1073.

HEA 1073 requires all licensed child care centers, licensed child care homes, and legally licensed exempt home providers that are eligible to participate in the CCDF program to provide documentation that their program is legally allowed to operate as a business in the county, city, or town in which the program is located.

In order to meet this requirement, the Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning is asking that, at initial application, or at the time the program’s license is to be renewed, either:  1) a business permit or business license be provided to the OECOSL to provide proof that the program has a valid business permit or business license; or 2) a signed statement from the county, city, or town stating that a business permit or business license is not required for their program to operate be submitted. This list is to be used as a resource for early childhood programs, however, each local Child Care Resource and Referral (CCRR) agency is serving as a resource as well.

Programs are encouraged to contact their local CCRR for additional resource information. If you need help contacting your local CCRR, please check the CCRR Map and ‘Business Permit Information.’

How Can We Help?

CCR&R offers the following services:

Free referral services that are personalized to meet the specific needs of the family

 A checklist to assist families in finding quality care

Education Materials to help parents select quality programs

Workshops designed for parents, families & child care providers

Specific information about the developmental needs of children

Assistance for families of infants and toddlers

Assistance for families of children with special needs

Looking for Child Care? We can help!

Forms and Additional Resources

 Office of Early Childhood & Out of School Learning Homepage 

 Provider Survey form

 CDA Self Paced Introduction Registration

  Medical Waiver for Alternate Position

  Parental Consent Form