Nevada Employer Childcare Development
Not all employers can offer on-site childcare, but there are many options for businesses to support their employees’ work-life balance. This project assists businesses in designing a meaningful benefits package and creating a culture that embraces and supports working parents. The days of “work comes first” and “family comes second” are gone. The workforce of today seek a sustainable work-life balance that prioritizes family-friendly employers. Learn more by clicking on the Program Flyer or Employer Child Care Development Playbook.
This toolkit aims to provide Nevada companies with:
- Detailed information about the benefits of providing employer-based on-site child care for employees
- Steps required to obtain a child care license, and
- Tools to ensure the success of a child care facility.
This document is supported by research conducted by companies that provider on-site child care services and peer-reviewed literature.
Back to Work (B2W) Child Care Subsidy Program Pilot
The Division of Welfare and Supportive Services, Child Care Development Program (DWSS-CCDP) will provide up to $10M in child care subsidies to support twelve months of care for Nevada families that are engaged in approved employment assistance or training programs. The approved programs will provide a referral to participants, who must also meet all current Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) eligibility requirements. The subsidies will be administered through The Children’s Cabinet and the Las Vegas Urban League. All payments will be made directly to CCDF eligible child care providers.