Wisconsin Department of Children and Families

Protecting Children, Strengthening Families, Building Communities

Report Child Care Fraud

If you suspect Child Care Fraud, be a part of the solution. You may remain anonymous. Please fill out the Child Care Fraud Form, or email dcfmbchildcarefraud @wisconsin.gov.

Report a Child Care Concern or Complaint

If you have a concern about something going on in a child care facility or you suspect child abuse, neglect or exploitation at a child care facility, please use the drop-down menu on the Tell Us How We Are Doing page to fill out the appropriate complaint form.

Red letters spelling out "Resources" being held up by hands in the air.Inclusion Resource Library

The Inclusion Resource Library organizes resources by audience and category in a way that makes it easier to find what you are looking for in the format that works best for you!

A simple telephone call may serve to connect you with resources that you didn't even know were available.

 

If you have concerns or questions about a child's development (physical, social-emotional, or cognitive), contact: Wisconsin First Step Information and Referral Hotline at 1-800-642-STEP (7837).

For Providers

Numerous resources are available for supporting child care providers and programs in caring for children with special needs and disabilities.

Resources to Get Started

Not sure where to start? These organizations and agencies provide information on a wide range of disabilities.

For Families

Find a number of resources for supporting children with special needs and disabilities and their families.

State of Wisconsin Resources

Explore this list of child care and disability organizations and agencies based in Wisconsin.