At ChildCareGroup, we aim to support your family in more ways than your child’s education. Below are some resources we hope you find helpful.


We developed to help families search for a wide range of services and resources, from early education and child care, parenting programs, home visiting programs, family support services, housing programs and more. Case managers at other area nonprofits use NorthTexasFamilies as well to help their clients connect with the services they need.

Child Care Licensing

To make reports or check licensing status of child care providers.

Child Protective Services (CPS)

   800-252-5400 (child abuse issues)
   877-787-8999 (CPS issues)

Community Council of Greater Dallas

   211 (help line)

CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program)


Dallas County H.O.P.E.S.

Dallas County H.O.P.E.S. (Healthy Outcomes Through Prevention and Early Support) is a group of community organizations working together to ensure that young children in North Texas grow up in a safe and healthy environment. ChildCareGroup’s Parent Navigators are part of the H.O.P.E.S. program, offering referrals to parenting classes, early childhood programs, health care services and more. Our common goal is to help families with young children grow and thrive.

DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit)


Help for Parents, Hope for Kids offers resources to help parents, caregivers, child care providers, community members, companies and organizations give our children hope for a brighter future. 

Relay Texas Information

For the hearing impaired.

The TCU Institute of Child Development (ICD)

A newly formed Institute (2005) created as a “Vision-In-Action” initiative whose mission is “research, training, and service dedicated to the needs of families with at-risk children.” ICD has a groundbreaking treatment for children with behavioral problems. They do not offer direct intervention services to the public, but they inform families how to access intervention (books, media, counselors trained by ICD). “A good referral source for worried parents.”

Dallas Association for the Education of Young Children (DAEYC)

Dallas AEYC is a professional organization dedicated to improving the lives of young children and families.

The Arc of Dallas Area Resource Directory

Information on services available for persons with developmental disabilities, their families, and other professionals and agencies in the Greater Dallas area.

Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas Workforce Centers

Whether you are a job seeker looking for work, or an employer seeking to fill an opening, our Workforce Centers can help you meet your needs. Assistance is available in areas ranging from finding a job, career training, child care, to layoff assistance and employer services. 

Workforce Solutions Southeast Texas Workforce Centers

Workforce Solutions Southeast Texas Centers are located in Jefferson, Orange, and Hardin counties. Each Workforce Solutions Center offers free access to computers and the Internet, fax, copiers and phones to help conduct your job search.

Easter Seals North Texas

   214-372-3388 (Dallas)
   972-394-8900 (Carrollton)
   800-221-6827 (national, toll free)

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