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Serving the Community Since 1971

The Community Child Care Center is a not-for-profit organization established in 1971 by Church Women of Franklin. We have served many children in those years and helped families reach levels of independence that would not have been possible without an affordable, safe and nurturing alternative for their children.Click here to change this text

Our staff understands that quality childcare and early education should promote the total development of the child. Therefore, in addition to classroom time, our program consists of outdoor play, indoor play, two nutritious meals and one snack per day (USDA-approved) and naps. The older children are also taken on educational field trips.

Licensed by the Department of Human Services, the Community Child Care Center is funded, in part, by childcare assistance through the Department of Human Services, the United Way of Williamson County and other local municipalities and donations from our community. The Community Child Care Center currently maintains a 3 star rating with the State of Tennessee – the highest possible.