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Study: More children developed vision problems during pandemic

Study: More children developed vision problems during pandemic

Throughout the pandemic, children learned remotely and many experienced limited time outside the home. As a result, researchers say that may have harmed many children’s eyesight.

CCRC helps 100 people get their COVID-19 vaccine

CCRC helps 100 people get their COVID-19 vaccine

9-27-21

A woman danced as she got into her car Saturday, filled with excitement about getting her COVID-19 vaccine booster shot. She was one of 100 people to get vaccinated at Child Care Resource Center’s vaccine event over the weekend.

Anniversary Celebration: CCRC's 45-year legacy as a community beacon

Anniversary Celebration: CCRC's 45-year legacy as a community beacon

9-22-21

What began as a way to help parents and child care providers connect in the San Fernando Valley in 1976 blossomed into what’s now the largest Resource & Referral agency in the state. We, at Child Care Resource Center, are proud to mark 45 years of service in northern Los Angeles County and the entirety of San Bernardino County.

Long time CCRC partner Baby2Baby provides key donations to support families

Long time CCRC partner Baby2Baby provides key donations to support families

9-3-21

Babies quickly outgrow their clothing and that expense can be difficult for many families to afford. But Baby2Baby, a long-time nonprofit partner to Child Care Resource Center, has helped us supply thousands of families with clothing, blankets, food, books, toys and personal hygiene items during the pandemic and for many years prior.

CCRC honors Sen. Connie Leyva with prestigious H.E.A.R.T. Award for advocacy

CCRC honors Sen. Connie Leyva with prestigious H.E.A.R.T. Award for advocacy

8-20-21

The historic rate reform and child care funding included in the recently signed California budget couldn’t have been achieved without the tireless work of advocates and legislative partners like Sen. Connie Leyva. At a special Friday ceremony, Child Care Resource Center and partner agencies honored the senator as a champion for our field with the H.E.A.R.T. award.

Thank you to the Bookworm Project for donating over 5,000 books for local kids

Thank you to the Bookworm Project for donating over 5,000 books for local kids

8-25-21

A good book can be a window into another universe, an escape that many of us appreciated during the state’s stay-at-home order. A pair of teenage girls in the San Fernando Valley decided to spend their time during the pandemic collecting books and distributing them to organizations like Child Care Resource Center so more kids would have access to books, regardless of their family income.

We're Hiring: Long-time staff share why CCRC is an employer of choice

We're Hiring: Long-time staff share why CCRC is an employer of choice

Many of the employees at Child Care Resource Center have worked here for over 20 years! Want to find out why so many people make CCRC a lifetime career?

Why California's governor recall election matters and how you can vote

Why California's governor recall election matters and how you can vote

8-17-21

Californians will be asked to vote next month on whether to recall Governor Gavin Newsom or keep him in office.

Legislative partners like U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla further CCRC's work

Legislative partners like U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla further CCRC's work

8-9-21

Connecting families with affordable child care and preparing child care providers to offer a high level of care are critical functions of Child Care Resource Center (CCRC), but to be most effective, this work requires support from lawmakers willing to fight for access and funding.

CCRC calls on business owners to better support employees with children

CCRC calls on business owners to better support employees with children

7-29-21

Finding affordable care for her two young children was already a balancing act for Kirstie Basal-De La Cruz, but the pandemic left the Glendale hospital employee with limited options and steeper child care costs.

Governor approves budget with historic investments in child care, early education

Governor approves budget with historic investments in child care, early education

Thanks to the tireless work of child care providers, the Child Care Providers United (CCPU) and advocates like Child Care Resource Center, Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday signed an historic budget bill that invests in the future of child care and early childhood education.

We're Hiring: Join a dedicated, passionate team of changemakers

We're Hiring: Join a dedicated, passionate team of changemakers

7-8-21

If you’ve ever wanted to make a difference in your community, now is the time to apply for one of the many different job openings at Child Care Resource Center.

CCRC recognized as leading nonprofit in San Fernando Valley

CCRC recognized as leading nonprofit in San Fernando Valley

7-6-21

Highlighting our ability to offer uninterrupted services to an expanded number of families and providers during the pandemic, the Child Care Resource Center is being recognized as a leading non-profit in the San Fernando Valley.

Child care providers to receive pay increase under CA budget deal

Child care providers to receive pay increase under CA budget deal

7-1-21

Following a year of financial devastation and risk to health and well-being imposed by the pandemic, California child care providers and advocates are celebrating successful negotiations with state leaders over pay.

CCRC celebrates Pride Month

Courtesy: SDSU

The month of June has for the past 50 years been a time of celebration for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) community around the globe.

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SAN FERNANDO VALLEY

CCRC Lobbies are closed.

20001 Prairie Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311

818.717.1000

Monday: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
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ANTELOPE VALLEY

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250 Grand Cypress Avenue
Palmdale, CA 93551

661.789.1200

Monday: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
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SAN BERNARDINO

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1111 East Mill Street, Suite 100
San Bernardino, CA 92408

909.384.8000

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VICTORVILLE

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15456 West Sage Street
Victorville, CA 92392

760.245.0770

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm