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If a person has been laid off from their job, if their hours have been reduced, or if they are on furlough due to the COVID-19 pandemic they are eligible to file for unemployment benefits with the State of Alabama.  There are two ways to sign up for unemployment benefits in the State of Alabama; either online at or by phone at 1-866-234-5382.

The site listed below will give you the information needed to file a claim for unemployment benefits.

A to Z Home Daycare
Auburn, Alabama

Angie’s Family Child Care
Mobile, Alabama

Annie’s Child Care
Mobile, Alabama

Array of Light Home Care
Coosada, Alabama

Ashland Head Start 
Clay County, Alabama

Big Blue Marble Academy
Auburn, Alabama

Chambers Academy
Chambers, Alabama

Children’s Lighthouse 
Hoover, Alabama

Funland Childcare
Rockford, Alabama

Ganny’s Babies
Goodwater, Alabama

Greene County Head Start
Eutaw, Alabama

Harris Early Learning Center
Birmingham, Alabama

Heard’s Daycare
Dadeville, Alabama

Hermes Enchanted Garden
Daphne, Alabama

Jan’s Tiny Tots
Mobile, Alabama

Jene’s Bright Start
Autaugaville, Alabama

Jump Start
Millbrook, Alabama

Kidz World Home Childcare
Mobile, Alabama

Kingdom Steps Academy
Millbrook, Alabama

Lakeview Child Development Ministry
Montgomery, Alabama

Little Lambs & Ivy
Tallapoosa, Alabama

Lots of Love and Laughter Daycare
Mobile, Alabama

Ms. Connie’s Child Care and Early Head Start
Sylacauga, Alabama

Peachtree Head Start
Randolph County, Alabama

Penny’s Playhouse and Early Head Start Academy
Mobile, Alabama

Precious Angels Daycare and Early Headstart
Talladega, Alabama

Shemika’s Small Wonders
Montgomery, Alabama

Tiny Town Village Child Care
Mobile, Alabama

University Daycare
Auburn, Alabama

Village Daycare
Alexander City, Alabama

White’s Home Child Care
Mobile, Alabama

 No guarantee, endorsement, or discrimination among comparable products is intended or implied by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System.

Alabama is home to more than 4.7 million people. The Alabama Cooperative Extension System reaches one in three Alabamians, providing research-based educational programs in agriculture; forestry, wildlife, and natural resources; family and consumer sciences; economic and community development; 4-H and youth development; and urban affairs.

Socio-economic data can provide important insights into the residents of the state’s 67 counties.  This county data is an important tool of Alabama Extension, which uses it to target and fine tune its programs.

One resource used by Extension can be found at

Poverty by County

Barriers to Prosperity: Data Sheet 2020


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