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Child Care Across America

Published: September 23, 2016
  • Alabama received approximately $92 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 24,200 children from 12,900 families in Alabama can access child care. About 2,150 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Alabama.

  • Alaska received approximately $13 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 3,700 children from 2,400 families in Alaska can access child care. About 1,050 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Alaska.

  • Arizona received approximately $126 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 21,000 children from 14,400 families in Arizona can access child care. About 2,840 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Arizona.

  • Arkansas received approximately $54 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 7,800 children from 5,300 families in Arkansas can access child care. About 1,080 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Arkansas.

  • California received approximately $602 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 111,400 children from 78,100 families in California can access child care. About 45,220 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for California.

  • Colorado received approximately $74 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 16,700 children from 9,900 families in Colorado can access child care. About 2,310 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Colorado.

  • Connecticut received approximately $53 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 8,800 children from 6,100 families in Connecticut can access child care. About 9,070 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Connecticut.

  • Delaware received approximately $17 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 7,400 children from 4,600 families in Delaware can access child care. About 900 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Delaware.

  • District of Columbia received approximately $12 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 1,200 children from 900 families in District of Columbia can access child care. About 250 providers in the district served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for the District of Columbia.

  • Florida received approximately $295 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 90,000 children from 62,700 families in Florida can access child care. About 9,320 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Florida.

  • Georgia received approximately $209 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 61,800 children from 35,200 families in Georgia can access child care. About 4,930 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Georgia.

  • Hawaii received approximately $22 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 7,900 children from 4,600 families in Hawaii can access child care. About 6,060 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Hawaii.

  • Idaho received approximately $29 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 6,200 children from 3,600 families in Idaho can access child care. About 920 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Idaho.

  • Illinois received approximately $221 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 54,200 children from 31,600 families in Illinois can access child care. About 52,700 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Illinois.

  • Indiana received approximately $126 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 40,200 children from 21,600 families in Indiana can access child care. About 3,830 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Indiana.

  • Iowa received approximately $49 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 17,400 children from 9,800 families in Iowa can access child care. About 4,980 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Iowa.

  • Kansas received approximately $52 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 15,700 children from 8,500 families in Kansas can access child care. About 4,140 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Kansas.

  • Kentucky received approximately $89 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 9,500 children from 4,900 families in Kentucky can access child care. About 2,420 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Kentucky.

  • Louisiana received approximately $88 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 19,100 children from 12,800 families in Louisiana can access child care. About 2,390 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Louisiana.

  • Maine received approximately $17 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 2,600 children from 1,600 families in Maine can access child care. About 960 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Maine.

  • Maryland received approximately $88 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 18,300 children from 10,900 families in Maryland can access child care. About 5,940 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Maryland.

  • Massachusetts received approximately $110 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 28,300 children from 21,300 families in Massachusetts can access child care. About 14,840 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Massachusetts.

  • Michigan received approximately $165 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 37,800 children from 21,400 families in Michigan can access child care. About 12,960 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Michigan.

  • Minnesota received approximately $90 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 25,000 children from 13,100 families in Minnesota can access child care. About 6,190 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Minnesota.

  • Mississippi received approximately $61 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 17,800 children from 10,100 families in Mississippi can access child care. About 1,800 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Mississippi.

  • Missouri received approximately $108 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 34,500 children from 22,600 families in Missouri can access child care. About 6,400 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Missouri.

  • Montana received approximately $16 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 3,400 children from 2,200 families in Montana can access child care. About 880 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Montana.

  • Nebraska received approximately $37 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 11,400 children from 6,200 families in Nebraska can access child care. About 2,840 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Nebraska.

  • Nevada received approximately $42 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 4,100 children from 2,400 families in Nevada can access child care. About 1,550 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Nevada.

  • New Hampshire received approximately $16 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 5,200 children from 3,800 families in New Hampshire can access child care. About 1,140 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for New Hampshire.

  • New Jersey received approximately $121 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 44,800 children from 30,500 families in New Jersey can access child care. About 5,790 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for New Jersey.

  • New Mexico received approximately $43 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 16,600 children from 10,100 families in New Mexico can access child care. About 2,350 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for New Mexico.

  • New York received approximately $323 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 92,200 children from 54,500 families in New York can access child care. About 48,230 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for New York.

  • North Carolina received approximately $214 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 65,600 children from 31,900 families in North Carolina can access child care. About 5,290 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for North Carolina.

  • North Dakota received approximately $11 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 3,200 children from 2,100 families in North Dakota can access child care. About 1,530 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for North Dakota.

  • Ohio received approximately $224 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 45,600 children from 25,600 families in Ohio can access child care. About 11,120 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Ohio.

  • Oklahoma received approximately $87 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 24,100 children from 14,700 families in Oklahoma can access child care. About 2,160 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Oklahoma.

  • Oregon received approximately $70 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 15,600 children from 8,700 families in Oregon can access child care. About 7,710 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Oregon.

  • Pennsylvania received approximately $197 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 91,400 children from 53,800 families in Pennsylvania can access child care. About 19,860 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Pennsylvania.

  • Rhode Island received approximately $18 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 5,700 children from 3,500 families in Rhode Island can access child care. About 860 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Rhode Island.

  • South Carolina received approximately $82 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 12,000 children from 7,400 families in South Carolina can access child care. About 2,090 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for South Carolina.

  • South Dakota received approximately $14 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 4,300 children from 2,600 families in South Dakota can access child care. About 1,710 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for South Dakota.

  • Tennessee received approximately $134 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 32,900 children from 18,400 families in Tennessee can access child care. About 4,600 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Tennessee.

  • Texas received approximately $514 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 112,100 children from 66,000 families in Texas can access child care. About 9,000 providers in the state served participating children.

  • Utah received approximately $66 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 12,200 children from 6,500 families in Utah can access child care. About 4,040 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Utah.

  • Vermont received approximately $10 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 4,200 children from 3,000 families in Vermont can access child care. About 1,980 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Vermont.

  • Virginia received approximately $117 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 24,300 children from 14,100 families in Virginia can access child care. About 3,840 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Virginia.

  • Washington received approximately $127 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 42,700 children from 25,000 families in Washington can access child care. About 13,780 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profie for Washington.

  • West Virginia received approximately $35 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 7,700 children from 4,700 families in West Virginia can access child care. About 2,010 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for West Virginia.

  • Wisconsin received approximately $96 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 24,300 children from 15,200 families in Wisconsin can access child care. About 4,720 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Wisconsin.

  • Wyoming received approximately $10 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 3,600 children from 2,300 families in Wyoming can access child care. About 850 providers in the state served participating children.

    View the Child Care State Profile for Wyoming.

  • Puerto Rico received approximately $33 million federal CCDF dollars in 2016. With the help of federal assistance, 7,100 children from 5,500 families in Puerto Rico can access child care. About 3,810 providers in the state served participating children.

There are over 11 million children in some form of non-parental child care each week. They spend an average of 39 hours per week in care. The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) program is our largest federal support program for families who need assistance paying for child care. Over 1.4 million children from nearly 853,000 families are supported by CCDF dollars every month. Nationwide, almost 370,000 child care providers serving participating children. You can learn more about the CCDF program and the new policies for the program on the Office of Child Care website.

To learn more about CCDF and child care in your state, click on our map above.

View the national profile.

Last Reviewed: September 23, 2016
Archived: September 28, 2018

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