Who We Serve:

Children, families and child care providers through education, resources, and the promotion of quality child care services. RCCC provides advocacy for children, parents and child care providers.


The program was established in 1975 and is funded through contracts with the California Department of Education, Child Development Division.  

Funding We Bring to Our Community:

In 2018, our budget was approximately 7 million dollars. Since the program’s inception, we’ve brought more than 245 million dollars to our community.

News Updates


CAPPA, with the help of Variant Strategies, are taking action and raising awareness on the severe lack of funds available for child care for families who really need it, specifically for private child care homes and centers, and for providers. The inability for families to access early child care due to loss of jobs, promotes a cycle of poverty that hurts families and destabilizes the economy. Join the movement to improve child care conditions in California and call on lawmakers to invest in child care for families who need it. 

Take action: http://www.childcareforca.com

Sign letter to legislators: https://www.childcareforca.com/legislators

Share your story: https://www.childcareforca.com/shareyourstory

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We will be hosting Play Time in the Park for the month of September. Join us for our Play Times at Lakeport, Ukiah, or Fort Bragg. We will have a mix of activities such as playtime, movement & music, storytime, and more. Click on the following location flyers for dates and more information.


Fort Bragg Play Time

Lakeport Play Time

Ukiah Play Time

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Share your experiences with the Child Care Resource Center in applying for child care financial assistance, receiving it, selecting a provider for your family, and more. 

Listening session participants will receive a $150 gift card for their time after completion of the listening group & accompanying survey.

Click here to view the informational flyer.

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California is changing how it pays for child care!

Make your voice heard by participating in a Virtual Input Session and by completing the CA Cost of Child Care Survey.

The survey and input sessions will allow early care and education providers to share information on current expenses and the true cost of care. 

Access the Virtual Input Sessions here.

Access the CA Cost of Child Care Survey here

Click 'learn more' to see the informational flyer.

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We provide financial assistance to eligible families that qualify to receive subsidies to help them pay for some or all of their child care needs.

We would like to assist you through the application process. Please click 'Learn More' to view our Subsidy Informational Flyer and to download a copy of the Eligibility Application for Subsidized Child Care.

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