This day care I took my son to for about a month because it was affordable, open hours when most are not, and a chance for my son to experience a school like setting. There is not much "care" put into their service. It is an old house that has been renovated to accommodate the amount of children. It is not dirty, but sparkling clean. The front door is locked from outsiders, but the children often open it instead one of the caregivers. Also although it is state licensed, I feel that the child to adult ratio was too much. I have to give them credit in helping potty train my son though. They handled the regular potty times, and then told me that when I was willing to just put him in his underwear and let him go. To my surprise about two weeks of doing that he was potty-trained!!! Yeah! So this place is not all bad, but not first choice by far.