The following SFTA publications provide information on Wisconsin specific family support and  early care and education research, data, and outcomes.

Annual Reports

Serving 36 Family Resource Centers ( FRC)and 9 Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R) agencies that support children, families, child care providers, and communities in Wisconsin’s 72 counties and 11 First Nations.

New Insights: Wisconsin Child Care Rates Report

The Child Care Rates report highlights the 2023 costs for both family and group child care providers. Check out the interactive map by using the drop down labels to look at average rates of care by age, provider type of care, location, and more!

Statewide Group Child Care Capacity Gap Report 

SFTA’s statewide Child Care Resource & Referrals  Network conducted interviews and surveys to gain insight on group child care numbers throughout Wisconsin. This report highlights the staffing concerns, capacity challenges, and needed supports for our child care industry.

Investments Expand Services!

How Family Resource Centers (FRCs) and Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies (CCR&Rs) are utilizing additional funding for expanding their base and maximizing its benefits. View the full report here.

Wisconsin Family Resource Center Cost Analysis​

This report provides a detailed overview of the structure of Family Resource Centers (FRCs) across the state of Wisconsin. It includes important information such as cost analysis, budget and staffing patterns, and other pertinent data to demonstrate why investing in FRC services is crucial for the well-being of Wisconsin’s children, families, and providers. You can read the full report here.

SFTA Advocacy Priorities

SFTA and its members advocate for public investments in family support services and early care and education. Parenthood’s financial burden stresses low-earning caregivers. Without action, parents leave jobs, couples avoid having kids, and child care remains unaffordable. Investing in our youngest community members has long-term benefits. This one-pager aims to highlight the importance of funding Child Care Resource & Referral agencies (CCR&Rs) and Family Resource Centers (FRCs) to further strengthen the quality of care for children and provide support to families and providers. You can read the full report here.

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