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What Are The CCLR (Child Care Licensing Regulations) in Kansas?

By Joni J. Franklin, Attorney and David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network

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The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is the State agency charged with regulating child care centers and other facilities supervising or housing children in Kansas. What are the CCLR (Child Care Licensing Regulations) in Kansas for a facility or a person caring for children? Well, that all depends on the age of the children, size of the facility, type of the facility, and the kind of care provided at the facility. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment’s website has a great resource page that contains the CCLR (Child Care Licensing Regulations). The publications available on this site include the following:

Kansas Child Care Licensing Laws;

Kansas Laws and Regulations for Licensing Pre-Schools and Child Care Centers;

Kansas Laws and Regulations for Drop In Programs for School Age Children & Youth;

Kansas Laws and Regulations for Registration of Family Day Care Homes;

Kansas Laws and Regulations for Licensing Day Care Homes and Group Day Care Homes for Children;

Kansas Laws and Regulations for Licensing School Age Programs;

Kansas Laws and Regulations for Licensing Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities;

Kansas Laws and Regulations for Licensing Family Foster Homes for Children;

Kansas Laws and Regulations for Licensing Maternity Centers;

Kansas Regulations for Licensing Attendant Care Facilities for Children & Youth;

Kansas Regulations for Licensing Detention and Secure Care Centers for Children & Youth;

Kansas Regulations for Licensing Residential Centers & Group Boarding Homes for Children & Youth;

Kansas Regulations for Licensing Private Child Placing Agencies;

Kansas Laws and Regulations for Licensing Day Care Referral Agencies;

Kansas Regulations for Licensing Secure Residential Treatment Facilities.