Duke Child Care Partnership - Parents who work at Duke University and Health System have greater access to quality child care through the Duke Child Care Partnership.
Child Care Services Association - Choosing a child care provider can be a difficult decision. Child Care Services Association, a non profit child care resource and referral agency, helps families access affordable high-quality child care for their children from birth through age 12. This service is provided free of charge.
Dependent Care Reimbursement Account - Duke offers you a Dependent Care Reimbursement Account to help you take advantage of tax savings on eligible dependent care expenses.
Choosing Child Care - Choosing a nanny, babysitter, after school program or summer camp for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make. Staff and Family Programs has put together a basic guide to help parents screen, ask questions, and check references for potential care givers.
Spouse & Children Resources - Resources from the International House, Division of Student Affairs.
Duke Camps & Programs - Duke has compiled a list of camps and programs that are taking place in Durham, Orange, and Wake Counties. The list includes athletic and academic camps sponsored by Duke as well as other arts and recreation camps in the area.
Carolina Parent - Carolina Parent is a monthly magazine, published as a resource for parents in the Triangle. It is the primary source of information for area families with children from the ages of newborn through teens.
NC Division of Child Development - The NC Division of Child Development offers broader information on centers and additional family child care homes, and may help you locate care in other counties nearby.
Please send us your feedback at Staff-Family-Programs@duke.edu.