Child Care Subsidy
Administers child care services through voucher-based programs for low income families. Reimburses the cost of child care for children up to 13 yrs for low-income families through CalWORKS Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3, or AP Program.
Ensures children get proper nutrition to thrive, learn, and succeed in school. Teaches children how to lead healthy lives through family-style meal service and portion control. Children’s experiences and attitudes shape their future eating habits and impact their overall health.
By modeling healthy practices and by making mealtimes a pleasurable and social time, together we can lay the groundwork for nutritional and enjoyable meals for the rest of our children’s lives.
Preschool & Educational Network
Preschool part-day and full-day programs prepare children for success by providing high quality childcare and education using the high scope curriculum, which is based on active learning and a child’s positive interactions with adults and peers. Studies show this curriculum promotes a child’s development and provides lasting benefits into adulthood.
The Family Child Care Education Network (FCCHEN) is an educational enrichment program for children ages 3-13. Educational subsidized services are offered to eligible families for free or at low-cost quality family childcare home settings.
Our preschool curriculum is a comprehensive model that addresses all areas of development through 8 content areas and 58 key developmental indicators (KDIs) – the skills and behaviors at each stage of development that pave the way for school and adult success. Provides free or low-cost preschool education for children 2-5 years old.