New Jersey Day Care Centers

Generally speaking, New Jersey day care centers require a license only if they cater to the needs of more than six children. There are various specifications that must be met before a day care is given a license, of course, but once these specifications are met, the license granted to New Jersey day care centers lasts for three complete years, whereas most states across the country only grant such a license for a year or so. New Jersey day care centers need to submit to parents a document when a child is first admitted to a center that specifies to parents what information a New Jersey day care center must submit to them upon demand. This information includes inspection reports and reports of violations by the day care center. Any complaint that a parent made about the center in the past is also summarized in these reports. Where staff and safety requirements are concerned, these follow the pattern used in most other states in the United States.

We currently have 2,625 listings for day care centers and child care providers spanning 442 cities in New Jersey. Please select your city in New Jersey to see the day care centers, nannies, after school programs, and other child care providers for New Jersey.

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