Data & Reports
2022 Market Rate Report
The Child Care and Development Program (CCDP) of the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services must perform a study of the current licensed child care prices for all providers in Nevada. The state uses these data to set the maximum reimbursement rate for the Subsidy Program. Download the April 1, 2022 Market Rate Report for more information.
Nevada Early Childhood Dashboard
This dashboard contains several sections of data related to the needs for investment in the early childhood systems of Nevada.
The dashboard was developed so that stakeholders may better understand the needs of the early childhood serving community, an the changing trends in Nevada’s population.
Nevada Child Care Subsidy Data Dashboard
The Child Care Subsidy Data Dashboard summarizes various indicators relating to the need and access to child care in Nevada. Indicators include enrollment counts for the child care subsidy program and poverty rates for families with at least one child under the age of 18.
Nevada Self-Sufficiency Data
The Self-Sufficiency Standard defines the amount of income necessary to meet the basic needs of working-age families in Nevada without public or private assistance.
Nevada COVID-19 Response for Child Care and Development Fund
The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) was passed by Congress in March, allocating over $1.9 trillion in relief to individuals, businesses, states, tribes, territories and local government. The state of Nevada and local governments will be receiving about $4.5 billion in total, including approximately $365 million for child care. Learn more here.
Child Care Fatality & Serious Injury Data
As required by the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF), aggregate data on the number of deaths and serious injuries as well as child abuse and neglect in child care settings must be made available to the public.