Services & Staff

Contact Us

Child Care Aware® of North Dakota delivers services statewide from our network of five regional offices.

800-997-8515  |   STAFF DIRECTORY

BISMARCK 701-530-2525 1616 Capitol Way
FARGO 701-476-6820 3911 20th Avenue S.
MINOT 701-418-1430 1905 2nd Street S., Suite 1B
JAMESTOWN 701-252-0350 4119 5th Street NE, Suite 7
GRAND FORKS 701-787-7755 412 Demers Avenue

Our Services

  • Help Families Find and Use Child Care
  • Child Care Aware® maintains North Dakota’s only comprehensive statewide database of child care options, including family and group care providers, child care centers and school age programs. We help families:

  • Our web-based searchable database of regulated child care programs helps families create a customized list of child care programs that match their needs.

  • We offer resources and one-on-one assistance from our Parent Service Specialists to help families gain an understanding of early childhood care and evaluate care options

  • Links to financial assistance to help families pay for child care.

  • Strengthen Skills of Child Care Providers
  • Child Care Aware® of North Dakota offers consultation and develops training to strengthen the skills of child care providers.

  • We develop training and guide the professional development of caregivers, teachers and administrators through on-line training options, conferences and courses.

  • Child Care Aware® early childhood consultants help child care providers develop curriculum and activities that capture children's interest and foster learning.

  • Child Care Aware® Start-Up consultants help individuals and communities start child care and run a successful business.

  • Help Communities Meet Child Care Needs
  • The quality and availability of child care impacts economic development and the state’s education system. Child Care Aware® partners with communities to implement strategies that address child care challenges and build capacity.

  • Child Care Aware® works with community leaders, employers, law enforcement, teachers, economic developers and others to assess a community's child care needs, raise awareness and develop solutions that serve the physical, emotional and educational needs of young children and their families.

  • Including supply and demand, the cost of child care and information about the child care workforce.