Las Vegas Urban League

Las Vegas Urban League – Child Care Subsidy Program
(702) 473-9400  lvul.org/childcare

Are you struggling to pay for quality child care?

Do you have to choose between buying groceries and paying for child care every month?

We are here to help YOU.

The Las Vegas Urban League’s Child Care Subsidy Program provides financial assistance to income eligible families who struggle with the high cost of child care. We work to empower parents to make the choices that will lead to self-sufficiency. Our program works in conjunction with the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services (DWSS) and the Children’s Cabinet to connect our children and families with access to a variety of quality child care programs and resources.

The Las Vegas Urban League’s Child Care Subsidy Program’s goal is to provide affordable, accessible, reliable, caring, safe, and stimulating child care for the children of Southern Nevada by connecting the children and families to a network of community partners and customer driven programs. We provide service that is SMART, (Service, Maximize, Access, Respect and Timeliness).

Our financial assistance and child care resources have already helped so many families in Southern Nevada and we are here to help you too.

Give us a call at 702-473-9400 or visit our website at childcarelv.org and get financial assistance today.

Las Vegas Urban League
Child Care Subsidy Program – Administrative Office
2470 North Decatur, Suite 150
Las Vegas, Nevada 89108

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