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CA child care at risk if gov. doesn't include provider rate increases in state budget

CA child care at risk if gov. doesn't include provider rate increases in state budget

6-11-21

Child care in California could sustain a devastating blow if the governor signs the state budget without critical funding for the industry.

Winners of CCRC early child education and provider recognition campaign

Winners of CCRC early child education and provider recognition campaign

Early education is a critical component of a child’s development and has lasting impacts throughout a child’s life.

CCRC advocating inclusion of mental health support for children in CA budget

CCRC advocating inclusion of mental health support for children in CA budget

6-3-21

The stress and anxiety induced by the pandemic is an even greater burden on children, who are unable to fully cope or process what happened.

CCRC President & CEO: Statewide universal preschool could limit child care options

CCRC President & CEO: Statewide universal preschool could limit child care options

5-17-21

An editorial that ran in the L.A. Times over the weekend made poignant arguments against hastily investing in a statewide Transitional Kindergarten (TK) program for all 4-year-olds.

Generous community makes CCRC's first diaper drive a success

Generous community makes CCRC's first diaper drive a success

5-11-21

The cost of diapers can be a hardship for families but thanks to the support of our local community during Child Care Resource Center’s recent diaper drive, many families with young children will receive help with this necessity.

Thank you to our ECE heroes on this Child Care Provider Appreciation Day

Thank you to our ECE heroes on this Child Care Provider Appreciation Day

5-7-21

Throughout the pandemic, child care providers have risked their health and safety in order to care for children of essential workers.

How LAUSD Board vote on universal TK and preschool may reduce child care options

How LAUSD Board vote on universal TK and preschool may reduce child care options

4-28-21

UPDATE: Members of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) School Board have responded positively to CCRC’s concerns about the impacts of universal preschool and transitional kindergarten on the availability of private child care and committed themselves to seeking input from child care providers and industry advocates. We look forward to working with the LAUSD School Board in the development of this plan and intend to participate in ongoing planning sessions to ensure families continue to have options to satisfy their child care needs.

"Exceptional commitment" to community earns CCRC regional director top honor

For his outstanding work in social justice and early childhood education, Child Care Resource Center’s regional director in San Bernardino has been named an honoree of California State Sen. Connie Leyva’s annual Terrific 20 of Senate District 20.

CCRC thankful for Grocery Outlet's holiday donations, community support

(CCRC's Lucy Capurro (left) joins Grocery Outlet Owner Christopher Herrera (middle) for grand opening)

Helping out families who might otherwise go without gifts or a special meal around the holidays isn’t just an act of goodwill for Christopher Herrera, who opened a Grocery Outlet in Chatsworth on Wednesday, it’s personal.

Grant available for child care providers to test water for lead

Grant available for child care providers to test water for lead

4-6-21

Child Care Centers (CCCs) in California are required by the state to test their water for lead and new funding is now available to help cover that cost.

CA Child care providers invited to apply for COVID-19 relief

CA Child care providers invited to apply for COVID-19 relief

3-30-21

The deadline for the latest round of COVID-19 relief for California’s small businesses is Wednesday and child care providers are encouraged to apply.

CCRC CEO and President notes shortcomings in LA Times child care op-ed

CCRC CEO and President notes shortcomings in LA Times child care op-ed

3-12-21

An op-ed published in Thursday’s edition of the Los Angeles Times focused on the issue of quality preschool for California children and the state’s newly released Master Plan.

CCRC thanks L3Harris for being a champion for children

CCRC thanks L3Harris for being a champion for children

3-8-21

During the holiday season, when many people are shopping for gifts for friends and family, employees of a Van Nuys company added the children and families served by Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) to their lists.

Child care providers among small businesses prioritized for new COVID-19 relief loans

Child care providers among small businesses prioritized for new COVID-19 relief loans

2-25-21

Some of the nation’s small businesses, including child care programs, are being prioritized under the updated Paycheck Protection Program announced Monday by the Biden Administration.

Prospective and licensed child care providers invited to CCRC training program

Prospective and licensed child care providers invited to CCRC training program

2-17-21

Child care providers have a critical impact on the way children develop, connect with adults, and form an understanding of the world around them.

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

ANTELOPE VALLEY

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250 Grand Cypress Avenue
Palmdale, CA 93551

661.789.1200

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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