Who We Are

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.

Our Purpose

To support 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. 

FYI

Join us for a webinar on Tuesday, October 29 at 2:00 PM EST with NCCD Children’s Research Center and IBM Watson Health on “Child Welfare – What Story is Your Data Telling You?” 
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Latest Resources

Read the Feedback Letter submitted by APHSA and NASCCA leadership January 8, 2019, responding to the outreach from Director Shannon Christian at the Office of Child Care, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families. The letter provides insights and feedback assessing the effectiveness and quality of technical assistance (TA) offered through the Office of Child Care, regional teams, and contracted TA providers.