Reports and Statistics

Maximum Child Care Payment Rates (effective January 3, 2021) Opens in new window
New Jersey Child Care Market Price Study (2017) Opens in new window


New Jersey State Plan

Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) State Plan for New Jersey for FFY 2019-2021 Opens in new window
CCDF State Plan for NJ FFY 2019-2021- Disaster Plan Opens in new window
NJ COVID-19 Waiver - Approval Letter Opens in new window
NJ Amendment 2 - Approval Letter Opens in new window
 

Policy Statements

Policy Statement-Prevention of Suspension and Expulsion Opens in new window
Best Practices-Suspension and Expulsion Elimination Opens in new window
 

Child Care Aggregate Data

 These tables show the annual number of series injures, deaths and instances of substantiated child abuse that occurred in child care settings throughout New Jersey. Numbers are subject to change as cases are investigated.

  2020    Home-Based Center-Based Summer Youth Camp
Number of Providers 1,449 3,035 879
Total Licensed Capacity 7,245 286,233 N/A
Deaths in Child Care 0 0 0
Serious Incidents with Injury 1 136 27
Substantiated Child Abuse 3
 
  2019    Home-Based Center-Based Summer Youth Camp
Number of Providers 2,349 4,098 1,156
Total Licensed Capacity 11,745 384,743 N/A
Deaths in Child Care 0 0 0
Serious Incidents with Injury 3 382 147
Substantiated Child Abuse 5

 

 2018     Home-Based Center-Based Summer Youth Camp
Number of Providers 2,423 4,169 1,124
Total Licensed Capacity 12,115 386,738 N/A
Deaths in Child Care 0 1 0
Serious Incidents with Injury 1 371 217
Substantiated Child Abuse Total 39
 

Where does this information come from?

Child care providers are required to report to the New Jersey Department of Children and Families when a child is seriously injured or dies in care, even if it wasn’t the result of a rule violation. In addition, they are required to report when a child is abused in child care. The Department also receives complaints from parents or others regarding children’s safety.



3/10/21