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Child Care/Respite Care

Child Care Aware

This organization prvides the neareast Child care resource and referral program in your area to help you with your child care needs. call them toll free at 800-424-2246 or visit their website at:

Childcare Financial Assistance

Miami-Dade County’s Department of Human Services (DHS) provides child care financial assistance to parents with low-income. Applicants will be evaluated at the time of an initial consultation. Please refer to the list below for the nearest eligibility center:

  • West Dade (305) 271-7281
    11025 SW 84 Street ,Bldg. 11, Miami, FL 33173
  • South Dade Government Center (305) 234-1457
    10710 SW 211 Street, St 201, Miami, FL 33189
  • Florida City/Homestead Neighborhood Service Center (305) 242-4565
    1600 NW 6th Court, Florida City, FL 33033
  • Naranja Neighborhood Center (305) 257-5430
    13955 SW 264 Street, Miami, FL 33032
  • Frankie Shannon Rolle Neighborhood Service Center (305) 476-2266
    3750 S. Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33133
  • Community Action Agency (305) 347-4671
    395 NW 1st Street, St 206, Miami, FL 33035
  • Joseph Caleb Center (305) 636-2270
    5400 NW 22nd Ave, St 204, Miami, FL 33147
  • Shoreview (305) 756-4111
    9999 NE 2nd Avenue, Rm 310, Miami, FL 33138
  • Miami Lakes (305) 908-7300
    15910 NW 57 Avenue, Miami, FL 33014
  • Opa-locka (305) 474-7233
    16405 NW 25 Avenue, Rm 107, Miami, FL 33054
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    City of Miami – Daycare and Preschool Program

    Offers full service licensed daycare and pre-school activities including lunch and snacks. Fees for daycare are based on income and Title IV criteria. For City of Miami residents with income under $42,500. HAve at least 5 different location trough the county. Call (305) 759-3507 for info.

    Early Childhood Development (ECD) Program

    ECD provides comprehensive services to children whose parents work outside the home, or who are in training for future employment. All applicants for Subsidized Child Care must be approved by Metro-Dade Child Development Service. for their various locations call (305) 637-1000 or go to

    Early Learning Coalition of Miami-Dade/Monroe

    a nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring early care and education for children in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties. Provide childcare for refugees, asylees and entrants, and needy families searching for work or going to school. Fee based on income. Call (305) 646-7220 for further info.

    Hands In Action

    This year round program in Hialeah offers high quality daycare (children ages 2-12) in a nurturing environment. Fees based on income; Family Central Vouchers, Government programs, TAPP and refugee program accepted. 240 East 1st Avenue, Suite 115, Hialeah, FL 33010. Call (305) 883-5355.

    Redlands Christian Migrant Association (RCMA)

    RCMA provides quality child care and early education for children of migrant farm workers and rural, low-income families throughout Florida. It is founded by Mennonite Church volunteers in the Redlands farming area and provides a safe, nurturing environment for children while their parents worked in the fields. 13600, SW 312 Street, Homestead, FL 33090. Call 305-242-2577.

    Smart Start Child Care

    Provides half or full day childcare services for children ages six weeks to 5 years. Fee based on income, vouchers accepted. 9945 Sunset Drive, Miami, FL 33173. Call (305) 279-6966.

    YMCA of Greater Miami

    YMCA has Early Child Care / Preschool in two locations of Homestead and Miami. Financial assistance is available, and CDS/Government program is welcome.
    Homestead Family YMCA
    1034 NE 8 St., Homestead, FL 33030
    Tel: 305-247-0393
    Martin Luther King, Jr. YMCA
    2000 NW 62 St., Miami, FL 33147
    Tel: 305-636-1844

    YWCA of greater Miami

    provided safe, secure, and reliable child care options for working parents. Call their main number at 305-377-9922, dial zero and ask operator about daycare dept.