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 ABOUT OPSR 

OPSR was created to help Oklahoma families access the early care and education, family support, and health and mental health services they need to support their children during their most critical period of development from birth through age five.

 

OPSR facilitates collaborative planning and decision making to increase coordination between programs, to maximize the use of public and private funding, and to pursue policies that improve learning opportunities and environments for Oklahoma’s children.

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CLEARINGHOUSE

FIND
CHILD CARE

PRESCHOOL
DEVELOPMENT
GRANT

CHILD CARE RESOURCE & REFERRAL

The Clearinghouse promotes well-being for Oklahoma children and their families by building and evolving definition of quality, fast-tracking innovation, implementing research-informed practice to support and improve early childhood systems and maximizing public/private partnerships.

Search for child care that meets your family's needs, learn how to evaluate options and pay for child care. 

Call 800-438-0008 or search online.

Builds upon the state's progress from its initial PDG B-5 funding and addresses the most pressing needs of the Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) workforce, children, families, and communities as defined by the state's Needs Assessment.

A primary goal of this project is to support all children birth to five, and their families, equitable and seamless access to support they need to thrive.

Consists of eight regional community-based agencies serving

all 77 counties of Oklahoma's child care programs, families, and communities.

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IN THE NEWS

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Tina Robertson

Sugarbabies Childcare, Inc.

Newcastle, Oklahoma

"Thank you for helping us attain growth, knowledge, and the necessary skills to provide care for Oklahoma families and children with excellent care."

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ANNUAL REPORT

Part of our responsibility as an organization is to present an annual report to the Governor of Oklahoma and the state legislature, so that early childhood stakeholders can better understand both the opportunities and barriers to school success that children and their families may face from birth to the time they enter school.

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