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hild Care Resource Center (CCRC) assists parents, child care professionals, employers, and local communities in all matters related to early care and education. Since 1976, CCRC’s mission has been guided by the belief that our social and economic future depends on the quality of a young child’s experiences. We encourage the growth and development of children and their families through our creative, informative and supportive programs and services. CCRC serves over 25,000 children and families each month in the San Fernando, Santa Clarita, and Antelope Valleys – working effectively with parents, child care professionals, community members, businesses and government agencies to promote higher standards in child care and early education. Child Care Resource and Referral CCRC’s Resource and Referral (R&R) department assists parents, at no charge, with locating and selecting the best child care for their children. Parents call CCRC to discuss child care needs with a Resource & Referral Specialist who provides information on licensed family child care professionals, child care centers, school age programs and other early education program options available in the area. Resource & Referral Specialists also help parents and child care professionals by offering technical assistance ranging from finding special needs child care and child development ages & stages to marketing child care businesses and CPR training and certification. Child Care Financial Assistance Research shows that families experience greater economic, personal and social outcomes when they participate in CCRC’s child care financial assistance programs. As a result of parent success, children experience greater physical, cognitive, and social development as well as enhanced readiness for school. CCRC administers several programs, funded through the state and federal government including the California Department of Education, to help families pay for child care. This assistance pays for part, or all, of the cost of child care, depending on family size and income. CCRC Family Support Specialists certify eligible families and work with parents and Resource & Referral Specialists to locate appropriate child care and arrange for payment. Parents may choose licensed or legally exempt child care. The CalWORKs Child Care Program has been designed for parents who are currently in the Welfare to Work Program and is funded through Los Angeles County’s Department of Public Social Services. Parents need this type of child care financial assistance in order to experience a smooth transition from dependence on cash aid into the workforce. Eligibility for both programs is based on a number of variables and conditions.

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About Child Care Resource Center

hild Care Resource Center (CCRC) assists parents, child care professionals, employers, and local communities in all matters related to early care and education.

Since 1976, CCRC’s mission has been guided by the belief that our social and economic future depends on the quality of a young child’s experiences. We encourage the growth and development of children and their families through our creative, informative and supportive programs and services.

CCRC serves over 25,000 children and families each month in the San Fernando, Santa Clarita, and Antelope Valleys – working effectively with parents, child care professionals, community members, businesses and government agencies to promote higher standards in child care and early education.

Child Care Resource and Referral

CCRC’s Resource and Referral (R&R) department assists parents, at no charge, with locating and selecting the best child care for their children. Parents call CCRC to discuss child care needs with a Resource & Referral Specialist who provides information on licensed family child care professionals, child care centers, school age programs and other early education program options available in the area.

Resource & Referral Specialists also help parents and child care professionals by offering technical assistance ranging from finding special needs child care and child development ages & stages to marketing child care businesses and CPR training and certification.

Child Care Financial Assistance

Research shows that families experience greater economic, personal and social outcomes when they participate in CCRC’s child care financial assistance programs. As a result of parent success, children experience greater physical, cognitive, and social development as well as enhanced readiness for school.

CCRC administers several programs, funded through the state and federal government including the California Department of Education, to help families pay for child care. This assistance pays for part, or all, of the cost of child care, depending on family size and income. CCRC Family Support Specialists certify eligible families and work with parents and Resource & Referral Specialists to locate appropriate child care and arrange for payment. Parents may choose licensed or legally exempt child care.

The CalWORKs Child Care Program has been designed for parents who are currently in the Welfare to Work Program and is funded through Los Angeles County’s Department of Public Social Services. Parents need this type of child care financial assistance in order to experience a smooth transition from dependence on cash aid into the workforce. Eligibility for both programs is based on a number of variables and conditions.