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California Association for Family Child Care

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Locations
California Association for Family Child Care
PO Box 8754
Emeryville, CA 94662
United States
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Phone
510-928-CARE
Fax
707-428-3180
Website
http://www.cafcc.org/



California Association for Family Child Care

California Association for Family Child Care is to promote the healthy growth and development of children and provide support for families by providing high quality, developmentally appropriate and flexible care, through a wide range of care options. An important part of this vision is for each child care provider to become an advocate for children and family issues that promote and enhance the well-being of the children and families they serve as well as foster the growth and development of the provider community.

Firmly believing that “It takes an entire village to raise a child,” the California Association for Family Child Care will achieve this vision in cooperation with the families being served, a broad network of child care providers and child advocacy groups, community organizations, government agencies and other regulatory institutions.

Mission:
To promote the healthy growth and development of children in family child care and the strengthening of their families and communities through:

  • Enhancing the quality of family child care
  • Communicating a positive image and information about the immense benefits of Family Child Care to the broad community (local, state, federal) through research, advocacy and effective marketing
  • Strengthening and expanding the family child care network — associations, individual providers — reflecting the rich diversity of cultures and ethnicities in California
  • Securing adequate funds and resources to achieve the goals of the California Association for Family Child Care
  • Developing leadership and advocacy skills by providing opportunities for education, training and exposure and identifying ways to be proactive rather than reactive.
  • Insuring that providers have adequate support by providing resources for information about regulations and legal support where appropriate
  • Incorporating a Family Child Care providers “code of ethics” into every aspect of our work
  • Coordinating with a broad range of community and social service agencies at all levels to support children and families

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