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Strategic Partners

Exchange collaborates with professional associations related to early childhood care and education to offer special benefits to their members. See our current strategic partners below.

To inquire about becoming a strategic partner, contact us at info@childcareexchange.com.


American Associate Degree Early Childhood Educators (ACCESS)

Atlantic Cape Community College
5100 Black Horse Pike
May Landing, New Jersey 08330-4485

Contact: Lisa Stein
Phone: 609-343-4960
Website: http://www.accessece.org
E-mail: lstein@atlantic.edu


Child Care in Health Care

Child Care in Health Care logo 2451 Blairs Landing Road
Uncertain, Texas 75661

Contact: Rose Marie Oliphant, Membership Coordinator
Phone: 903-930-0182
Website: http://www.childcareinhealthcare.org
E-mail: rosemoliphant@aol.com

Child Care in Health Care is a national organization committed to developing leaders for childcare in the health care community.

Mission:
To embrace, explore and enhance the unique values of child care programs supporting health care organizations.

Vision:
CCHC will be the premiere resource for leaders aspiring to offer extraordinary quality in health care, employer supported, early childhood programs, thereby providing value and support to their sponsoring organizations.

Goals:
CCHC will carry out the mission and vision for its members who are the leaders in early childhood programs supporting health care organizations by:

  • identifying and analyzing member needs and developing benchmarks to collect and assimilate data.
  • educating through dissemination of information on current innovations, best practices, and utilization of benchmark data.
  • offering a variety of networking opportunities utilizing face-to-face and technological methodologies.
  • providing resources, knowledge and strategies that will support and empower members toward promoting the value of the child care program to the sponsoring health care organization.

Child Welfare League of America, Inc.

Child Welfare League of America, Inc. logo440 First Street, NW, Third Floor
Washington, DC 20001-2085

Contact: Karen Dunn
Phone: (202) 639-4923
Fax: (202) 638-4004
Website: http://www.cwla.org
E-mail: kdunn@cwla.org

The Child Welfare League of America is the nation's oldest and largest membership-based child welfare organization. We are committed to engaging people everywhere in promoting the well-being of children, youth, and their families, and protecting every child from harm.

We envision a future in which families, neighborhoods, communities, organizations, and governments ensure that all children and youth are provided with the resources they need to grow into healthy, contributing members of society.


College and University Work/Family Association

EAP & Work/Life Programs - Office of the President
7000 Fannin, Ste. 1670
Houston, Texas 77030

Contact: Sam Hester
Phone: (713) 500-3013
Website: http://www.cuwfa.org
E-mail: Sam.Hester@uth.tmc.edu


Concerned Educators for a Safe Environment (CEASE)

Concerned Educators for a Safe Environment (CEASE) logo55 Frost Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140

Contact: Lucy Stroock
Phone: (617) 661-8347
Website: http://www.peaceeducators.org
E-mail: info@peaceeducators.org

CEASE is a network of parents, teachers and other concerned individuals who are dedicated to creating a safe world for our children. We seek to end the violence that permeates our society to an ever increasing degree and to remove the root causes of this violence by advocating for peace, justice, and economic opportunity.

We are committed to: raising public awareness about both the effects of violence and injustice upon children, families, and communities; eliminating the acceptance of violence which is created by mass media conditioning; ensuring the abolition of nuclear weaponry, other weapons of mass destruction, and the end to the proliferation of conventional weapons; and putting a stop to the dangerous degradation of our natural environment by supporting the development and use of reusable, non-polluting resources that protect the health and safety of the future generations. Central to the solution of these problems is the rededication of the national priorities and funding from the military and corporate interests to human services and environmental preservation.

We work toward these goals through the following activities: providing a supportive network for teachers and parents who share our concerns; educating the early childhood community through the publication of CEASE NEWS, creating periodical informational fliers, giving workshops and developing peace education materials; advocating for a government that is committed to improving and expanding quality child care and child development programs; and fostering a society that focuses on the well being of young children and their families through all our work.


Early Care and Education Consortium

Early Care and Education Consortium logo1313 L Street, NW
Suite 120
Washington, DC 20005

Contact: Eric J. Karolak
Phone: (202) 408-9626
Fax: (202) 408-9627
Website: http://www.ececonsortium.org
E-mail: ekarolak@ececonsortium.org

The Early Care and Education Consortium is a non-profit alliance of America’s leading national, regional, and independent providers of quality early learning and development programs for young children.

ECEC member organizations operate more than 7,500 centers enrolling nearly 800,000 children in 49 states and the District of Columbia. As the voice for quality early care and education providers at the national level, the Consortium includes private non-profit and for-profit members, and large, multi-state organizations as well as smaller entities that operate in one or only a few states.

ECEC promotes critical investments in early childhood and actively collaborates with partners to advance sound public policies relating to program quality, the workforce, state-funded prekindergarten, and child care assistance for low income families.


Florida Association for Child Care Management (FACCM)

Florida Association for Child Care Management (FACCM) logo10060 Amberwood Road, Suite 3
Fort Myers, FL 33913

Contact: Lori Ferrell
Phone: (800) 322-2603
Website: http://www.faccm.org
E-mail: lori.ferrell.faccm.org

The Florida Association for Child Care Management (FACCM) is Florida's largest professional association serving licensed child care owners, directors and administrators. FACCM is committed to the development and implementation of programs, techniques and strategies to improve the quality and affordability of early childhood education.

Membership in FACCM is a commitment to professionalism in the early care and education field and an opportunity for owners, directors and administrators to network within a dynamic organization active in many facets of the early learning industry including legislation, accreditation and management issues.


National Association for Family Child Care

National Association for Family Child Care logo1743 W. Alexander St.
Salt Lake City, Utah 84119

Contact: Chris Cross
Phone: 1-800-359-3817
Fax: (801) 268-9507
Website: http://www.nafcc.org
E-mail: nafcc@nafcc.org

The National Association for Family Child Care is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting high-quality child care by strengthening the profession of family child care.

Mission:

  • To strengthen state and local associations as the primary support systems for individual family child care providers.
  • To promote a professional accreditation program which recognizes and encourages quality care for children.
  • To represent family child care providers by advocating for their needs and collaborating with other organizations.
  • To promote the diversity in the family child care profession through training, state and local associations, public education, and board membership.
  • To deliver effective programs through strong organizational management.

National Association for Regulatory Administration

National Association for Regulatory Administration logo

910 Glen Falls Court
Newark, Deleware 19711

Contact: Pauline D. Koch
Phone: (302) 234-4152
Fax: (302) 234-4153
Website: http://www.naralicensing.org
E-mail: Paulinekoch@aol.com

NARA's purpose is to promote excellence in human care and service regulation through leadership, education, collaboration, and service.

NARA welcomes into its membership human service regulatory professionals, human service providers, universities, allied professions from the health, safety and legal disciplines, consumers, and all others who share our vision: Consumer Protection Through Prevention.

NARA's revised and expanded Licensing Curriculum, 2000 Edition, which was originally published in 1988, is now available. This is the definitive work on human care licensing fundamentals, by practitioners for practitioners and can be ordered online or from the NARA's western office at 651-290-6280.


National Association of Child Care Professionals

National Association of Child Care Professionals logo

7610 E. Hwy. 71 West
Austin, TX 78735

Contact: Brian K. Crowe, Executive Director
Phone: (512) 301-5557 or 1-800-537-11
Fax: (512) 301-5080
Website: http://www.naccp.org
E-mail: admin@naccp.org

NACCP Ignites the Passion for Professionalism of Child Care and Education Executives

The National Association of Child Care Professionals is known for its rich heritage of providing America’s child care executives with training that makes a difference.

The Vision of NACCP is to improve the quality of child care and education. NACCP, in its Mission, states that it is "committed to strengthening the skill level of leaders in the field of early child care and education. We believe that effective management is the critical link to superior child care." NACCP is known as the premier training organization for directors and has collectively trained over 200,000 child care professionals since 1984.

NACCP sponsors the National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs (NAC), which was established to assist licensed and regulated early care and education programs in providing quality program enhancements through accreditation and staff professional development opportunities. Executives in Children’s Services (EXECS) is also available for the Credentialing of Leaders in the field. Membership includes Professional Connections ™, Teamwork ©, Caring for Your Children©, quarterly publications and Executive Excerpts for Excellence, a monthly email. NACCP membership has many discounts and benefits.


National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (NACCRRA)

National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (NACCRRA) logo3101 Wilson Blvd., Ste 350
Arlington, VA 22201

Contact: Linda Smith
Phone: (703) 341-4100
Fax: (703) 341-4101
Website: http://www.naccrra.org
E-mail: info@naccra.org

NACCRRA is the national network of more than 850 child care resource and referral centers (CCR&Rs) located in every state and most communities across the US. CCR&R centers help families, child care providers, and communities find, provide, and plan for affordable, quality child care.

Since 1987, NACCRRA has been working to improve the system of early learning for children by:

  • Providing training, resources, and best practices standards to local and state CCR&Rs that support high quality, accountable services;
  • Promoting national policies and partnerships that facilitate universal access to quality child care.

National Child Care Association

National Child Care Association logo2025 M Street, NW
Suite 800
Washington, D.C. 20036

Contact: Dawn Hatzer
Phone: 800-543-7161
Website: http://www.nccanet.org
E-mail: info@nccanet.org

The National Child Care Association is a professional trade association focusing on the needs of licensed, private childhood care and education programs. As an alliance of care and education professionals and owners, NCCA holds a singular position in the United States as the only organization representing the specific interests of the licensed, private childhood care and education community.

NCCA leads the nation's licensed, private child care and pre-school community while striving for high quality at an affordable cost to parents. NCCA provides the field with the Certified Childcare Professional credential for teachers and the Nation's only management credential for childhood care and education programs,the National Administrator Credential (NAC).

NCCA is a non-profit professional trade association governed by the membership through a representative Board of Directors. The NCCA Board of Directors is comprised of representatives from its State Association affiliates, national, regional, franchise, and at-large representation.


National Coalition of Campus Children's Center

National Coalition of Campus Children's Center logo950 Glenn Drive, Suite 150
Folsom, CA 95630

Contact: Tonya M Palla, Executive Director
Phone: 877-736-6222
Fax: 916-932-2209
Website: http://www.campuschildren.org
E-mail: tonyap@campuschildren.org

The National Coalition for Campus Children's Centers (NCCCC) is a nonprofit educational membership organization. NCCCC supports research and activities affecting college and university early childhood education and service settings, family and work issues, and the field of early childhood education in general. NCCCC expresses this mission through its newsletters, publications, conferences, and grants.


National Indian Child Care Association

Contact: Barb Fabre
Phone: (218) 983-3285
Website: www.nicca.us
E-mail: barbf@whiteearth.com

The purpose of the National Indian Child Care Association is to advocate for quality child care and development, early learning and school age programs on behalf of the diverse Native American communities in the United States, to coordinate these efforts with all other national organizations attempting to achieve similar goals and to collect and disseminate timely information.


OMEP-USNC

OMEP-USNC logo4447 MacArthur Boulevard, NW
Washington, D.C. 20007

Contact: Edna Ranck, President
Phone: (202) 333-4146
Fax: (301) 652-5936
Website: http://www.omep-usnc.org
E-mail: edna.ranck@verizon.net

OMEP-USNC stands for the World Organization for Early Childhood Education as it is written in French or Spanish, and its United States National Committee (affiliate).

OMEP's mission-into-practice is to promote the optimum conditions for all children, in order to ensure their well-being, development and happiness, both within their family unit and the wider communities in which they live. To that end, OMEP supports the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). Its members work actively toward its US ratification, assists undertakings which improve early childhood education and child welfare, and supports research which can make a relevant difference in the lives of early childhood educators and the children they serve. OMEP-USNC members are active at the United Nations in New York, collaborate with other like-minded colleagues in the US and around the world, and promote Universal Children’s Day on November 20 each year.

OMEP, founded in 1948 to advise the United Nations on early childhood issues, is the only world-wide, non-governmental organization (NGO) that focuses on young children, ages 0-8. Currently represented in 70 countries and co-operating with other international organizations with similar aims, OMEP is represented world-wide at the meetings of UNESCO, UNICEF, the Council of Europe and ECOSOC. Annual conferences are held in various countries. OMEP-USNC sponsors college student groups, co-sponsors an annual Children’s Film Literacy Festival with NAEYC, and responds when needed to crisis events affecting children around the globe.


Southern Early Childhood Association (SECA)

Southern Early Childhood Association (SECA) logoPO Box 55930
Little Rock, Arkansas 72215-5930

Contact: Glenda Bean
Phone: (800) 305-7322
Fax: (501) 227-5297
Website: http://www.southernearlychildhood.org
E-mail: info@southernearlychildhood.org

The Southern Early Childhood Association (SECA) is a regional organization committed to promoting quality care and education for young children and their families. SECA is committed to providing leadership and support to individuals and groups by: Enhancing the quality of young children's lives through early childhood care and education. Supporting families in their roles of caring for their children. Fostering the professional growth and status of individuals working with young children and their families. Increasing public understanding and support for policies and programs which ensure developmentally based services to young children and their families. Focusing on Southern issues concerning children and families.