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Child Care Resources
Anne Arundel Community College Child Development Center (CDC)
Arnold Campus/Math Building

Offers early education and child care for potty-trained children aged 3-5 between the hours of 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Evening and weekend care for AACC students and faculty/staff is offered for children aged 3-10.

Arundel Child Care Connections, Inc
77 West Street, Suite 300
Annapolis, MD 21401  
We are a community service organization that works with parents, child care providers, businesses, and community organizations to help promote the availability of quality child care services in the area. We provide parents with child care referrals and information on evaluating quality child care.

Community United Methodist Church
1690 Riedel Road
Crofton, MD 21114
Provides daycare and preschool to children who are potty trained from ages 2 1/2 up to children in the 5th grade.  Half-day and full-day kindergarten available for 3 and 4 year olds. Class sizes run approximately 12 per class. Each class includes two staff persons. Some transportation is available from Crofton Woods, Crofton Meadows, and Crofton Elementary School. Summer Camp also available.

Birthright of Annapolis and Glen Burnie 
613 Ridgely Avenue 
Annapolis, MD 21401 
Birthright offers free pregnancy testing, completely confidential help, non-judgmental and caring advice, friendship and emotional support, legal, medical, and educational referrals, prenatal information, maternity and baby clothes, housing referrals, and social agency referrals.

Community Warmline
24 hours a day/7 days a week

"Community Warmline" provides Anne Arundel County supportive assistance with personal crises and provides referrals  to community resources.

Edinboro Early School
380 Jumpers Hole Rd.  
Severna Park, MD 21146
Offers kindergarten, nursery school and child care services. 

Maryland Committee for Children
608 Water Street  
Baltimore, MD 21202
Maryland Committee for Children works with parents, child care providers, advocates, employers, and policymakers to expand and enhance the early childhood education and childcare available to Maryland‘s children. Many services developed by MCC are now provided by the Maryland Child Care Resource Network, a statewide network of local child care resource centers (CCRCs). Child care services listed throughout the MCC Web site will refer you to your local CCRC.

Maryland First Call for Help and United Way 211 
Dial 211 or 800-492-0618 (Washington, D.C. and sections of Maryland)
Information on thousands of health and human services assistance programs such as child care, jobs, health care, insurance, and services in times of disaster or emergency.