Most child care providers offer safe and healthy environments. Health and safety inspections and investigations are a normal part of child care in Idaho. Inspections are not intended to "catch" anyone doing something wrong. Inspections help ensure the safety of children and staff, support staff in following requirements by finding concerns, and promote continuous improvement.
Idaho will begin publishing the results of health and safety inspections in October 2017. Inspections will be published as they are conducted, and maintained on this site for three years. A provider may or may not have had inspections before this date.
0 Inspections Conducted
Inspection reports are not available for this provider yet.
What is a Substantiated Incident?
Occasionally, families and community members may report that a child care facility is not meeting requirements for safe and healthy child care. All child care incidents reported in Idaho are investigated. After an investigation, if it is determined by the relevant authorities that an incident occurred, it is considered “substantiated.” It is important to know that only substantiated incidents and allegations are published on this website. Incidents that are still under investigation will not be published until the investigation is concluded.
Idaho will begin publishing substantiated incidents in October 2017. Incidents will be published as each investigation is concluded, and maintained on this site for three years. A provider may or may not have had substantiated incidents before October 2017.
0 Substantiated Incidents
No substantiated incidents available at this time.