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.

Established: 

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

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For The Emergency Child Care Bride Program For Foster Children

This letter informs interested parties & counties of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-23 final General Fund (GF) allocation for the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program for Foster Children (Bridge Program). A total of approximately $93.1 million GF is available based on the Budget Act of 2022.

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In order to upload and send your important paperwork to any RCCC office, we recommend using a phone application to help you scan your documents. Adobe Scan and Notes on iPhone can help you expedite this process with ease. With Adobe Scan you can easily capture and convert documents, forms, business cards & more into high-quality Adobe PDFs to email. You can also use the Notes application preinstalled on your iPhone to scan documents with ease. 

Click here for more information and a free download of Adobe Scan

Click here for a video tutorial on using the pre-installed Notes application on your iPhone to scan documents.

 

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View our trainings being offered in the month of September. Both providers and parents are welcome to attend. Click to view our flyer for more information and to register!

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Child Care Providers United has released information on funding available for child care providers in California. You may be eligible for this one-time payment if you meet certain criteria. Click here to see our flyer with more information. Click 'learn more' to be directed to the FCCC website with procedures to apply.

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The CA-COVID-19 Rent Relief Fund Applications are now closed. If you submitted an application you may check the status of your application. Click 'Learn more' for more information. 

Community Care Licensing Division

Community Care Licensing regularly sends information to providers and stakeholders by way of Provider Information Notices (PIN), Program Quarterly Update Newsletters, and other important department information. 

View the most recent PINs below or click here to view past PINs.

Sign up by clicking here to receive PINs and direct email updates from CCLD.

CCLD has released a new Provider Information Notice 22-07-CCLD: Guardian Webinar For Licensees And Providers is Available.

Download PIN 22-07

CCLD has released a new Provider Information Notice 22-26-CCP: Child care licensing webinars on guidance and resources during COVID-19 to support child care providers.

Download PIN 22-26

CCLD has released a new Provider Information Notice 22-25-CCP: Licensed Child Care Facility Stabilization Stipend for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic Relief. This Is A Reminder Pin For Those Who Have Not Registered. 

Download PIN 22-25

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