Alabama Day Care Centers

Alabama day care centers can be either licensed or unlicensed. The Alabama State Human Resources department ensures that certain minimum standards and criteria are met in the running of a daycare center. Generally speaking, an Alabama daycare center's license needs to be renewed in a two year cycle. Just about anyone may apply for a license to run an Alabama daycare center, and it merely involves the filling out of a form. However, even if a license is granted, you will still have to go through evaluation inspections and will still have to meet fire safety standards and health department standards as well. The guidelines for Alabama day care centers include having an officially posted schedule of the activities that the center promotes, as well as certain hygienic standards and furniture requirements, and bathrooms that are adapted to children. State requirements for licensing also require certain definite educational requirements for both day care center directors and staff.

We currently have 1,514 listings for day care centers and child care providers spanning 261 cities in Alabama. Please select your city in Alabama to see the day care centers, nannies, after school programs, and other child care providers for Alabama.

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