The National Association of State Child Care Administrators (NASCCA) is an affiliate of the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) and was established in 2000. NASCCA enhances and sustains legislative, regulatory, and fiscal policies supportive of effective child care programs.


NASCCA supports state and local leaders in developing child care resources designed to meet the needs of children from birth through school age and their families. With a focus on quality and access, NASCCA works to build a child care system that invests in children's well-being and potential through safe and affordable care that meets the developmental needs of young children. 


Call for Proposals

APHSA is now accepting proposal for the APHSA National Health and Human Services Summit, May 19-22, 2019. The Summit highlights how our collective work is Unlocking Potential, Influencing Policy and Impacting Outcomes with public-private partnerships and how this work is accelerating the achievement of healthier families and communities. Focus areas for proposals are, but not limited to: Operational Optimization, Healthier Communities Through Prevention, Policy and Practice Solutions for Family and Community Well-Being, and Equity.
Submit your proposal today!

Join us in Arlington, VA!
2019 APHSA National HHS Summit
May 19 - 22 | Crystal Gateway Marriott

Latest Resources

NASCCA Feedback Letter January 8, 2019
Technical Assistance feedback letter submitted to Office of Child Care
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

CCBDG Fund Increases: What's Next?
Webinar July 11, 2018
On-Demand Webinar Recording