Local School System / Childcare Resources

The school boards are listed in alphabetical order. It is strongly advisable that you call the board of education in order to find out what system you are zoned for when looking for living accommodations in our area.

Birmingham City Schools

Jefferson County Schools

Homewood City Schools

Hoover City Schools

Mountain Brook City Schools

Shelby County Schools

Trussville City Schools

Vestavia City Schools


Other Websites of Interest
The following websites might be helpful with your search for child care.

National Association for the Education of Young Children
Look for the accredited program search feature. You can find all of the accredited child care centers located in Alabama on this site.

Child Care Resources
You can call and speak with a resource and referral counselor about local child care options available in Jefferson County and the City of Birmingham.

Address 1904 First Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
Phone 205-252-1991
1-800-822-2734
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Huggs and Kisses Sick & The Caring Corner Child Care:
Huggs and Kisses offers care for children ages 2 months through 16 years who have illnesses such as colds, fever, flu, diarrhea, chicken pox, viral illnesses, pneumonia, ear infections, sprains, and fractures. They have a registered nurse and a staff of nursing assistants, plus separate areas for kids with communicable diseases. Huggs and Kisses prefers pre-registration (before the child is sick) and reservations (24 hours in advance when possible). You'll have to bring an updated immunization form and food for the whole day, including any juice and snacks. Space is available on a first-come, first served basis.

Birmingham Area Locations:
Hugs & Kisses
1716 5th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL. 35203
205.324.8447

The Caring Corner
450 Riverchase Parkway East
Birmingham, Alabama 35244
205.220.7423

National Fatherhood Initiative
The National Fatherhood Initiative (NFI) was founded in 1994 to lead a society-wide movement to confront the problem of father absence.
NFI's mission is to improve the well-being of children by increasing the proportion of children growing up with involved, responsible, and committed fathers.

Alabama Partnership for Children
The Alabama Partnership for Children (APC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization created to develop, design and implement a unified approach for improving outcomes of children from birth to age five in Alabama.