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Searching for child care can be stressful. You need to find a program that’s convenient, open when you need it, and within your budget.

For information on Early Childhood Development (zero to three)

Providing the bridge between parents, providers, community leaders, and policymakers about anything related to child care in Arizona.  

Want to learn more about child care in your state?

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National Accreditation Sites

National Association for the Education of Young Children. Promoting high-quality learning by connecting practice, policy, and research.

The Association for Early Learning Leaders, formerly known as the National Association of Child Care Professionals is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to excellence by promoting leadership development and enhancing program quality through the National Accreditation Commission's standards.

First Things First supports programs across Arizona through grants to community organizations that provide services—at no cost—for young children from birth to age 5 (before kindergarten) and their families.

Quality First works with more than 1,000 child care and preschool providers in Arizona to improve the quality of early learning in ways that help young kids learn, grow and thrive

Get access to healthy food, nutrition education & breastfeeding guidance. 

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Locations

Active Learning Center 4

3342 W Roosevelt St

Phoenix, AZ 85009

Active Learning Center 6

704 E. Butler Dr

Phoenix, AZ 85020

Active Learning Center 7

10701 N. 15th Ave

Phoenix, AZ 85029

Active Learning Center 8

4494 W Peoria Ave. #120

Glendale, AZ 85302

We are rated 3 stars with Quality First and First Things First

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