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Mom and a Child

Seeking warm, personalized care for your precious little one? Look no further than CPC's Home Provider Network!
 

Home-based childcare professionals play an essential role in nurturing children and supporting the families in their local communities. If you’re interested in starting your own business in the early childhood field or you already provide care to young children for friends or family, home-based child care might be an exciting opportunity for you.

 

There are many different kinds of child care programs and child care professionals may care for a variety of different age groups, from infants to toddlers to older children in after-school programs. The state of New Mexico provides a wide variety of incentives and supports to home-based childcare providers, which means there’s never been a better time to join the field.

Finding Childcare Just Got Easy: CPC is Your Guide to
Grant County's Best!

Registered and Licensed Home-Based Childcare in Grant County

Find Licensed and Accredited Childcare Today-
Because your Child's Well-Being is Our Top Priority!

 

In New Mexico, children cared for by licensed and registered home providers experience 42% fewer substantiated abuse and neglect investigations compared to children in unlicensed settings, according to a 2022 report by the New Mexico Early Childhood Education & Care Department (ECECD).

 

This data highlights the importance of choosing licensed or registered home care, as it significantly reduces your child's risk of potential harm.

 

Let's prioritize their safety and well-being. Explore our resources to find qualified, licensed, or registered home childcare providers in your area today!

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Source: New Mexico Early Childhood Education & Care Department (ECECD): 2022 Outcome and Impact Report: <invalid URL removed>: <invalid URL removed> (Page 19, Figure 8)

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