Resource Details

Child Care

Child Care Provider Portal

The Child Care Provider Portal (CCPP) is a secure website, available 24/7, where regulated Wisconsin Child Care Providers can manage their child care business using any computer, tablet, or smartphone with an Internet connection. The information in the Child Care Provider Portal is confidential, and everyone using this system must follow confidentiality guidelines. CCPP replaces the CCPI system which was retired on January 15, 2020.

Eligibility

Users must be regulated Wisconsin Child Care Providers.

Top Benefits

  • Submit background checks on individuals affiliated with the child care program
  • View background check eligibility status and notices
  • View Wisconsin Shares authorizations and payment details
  • Update child care prices for the center
  • Send a request to end a Wisconsin Shares authorization for a child who is no longer attending or has never attended the program
  • Report days (or weeks) the child care program will be closed so a parent can request an authorization to an alternate provider during the closure
  • View YoungStar quality rating information and documents
  • View certain Licensing, Certification and Registry details/documents
  • Pay licensing and certification fees using the E-Payment module

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