Childcare Center logic model
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About this logic model
This example logic model provides a menu of typical inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes for community development and health organizations that work in the Childcare Center field.
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Influence on social determinants of health:
Childcare centers built in underserved communities provide space for licensed programs to deliver affordable, high quality care to low-income infant, pre-school age, and school age children.
These sites can play an important role in developing the health of young children through building design elements, programs and policies.
New/rehabbed childcare center buildings can also serve as catalysts for other economic development.