Updates

Family Child Care Home Decline Webinar

Licensed Family Child Care Homes (FCCHs) play an important role in the child care market. Join us for a webinar that explores the statewide and regional trends over the past decade, and delves into the economic and social factors that uniquely influence these providers.

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CCIP Expansion

In the upcoming year, CCIP will boost its recruitment efforts. Additionally, CCIP will be expanding its reach and focus on serving the full continuum of home-based providers, including Family, Friend & Neighbor (FFN)/license-exempt caregivers.

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2019 Child Care Budget Analysis

Governor Newsom unveiled his 2019-20 budget proposal last week, signaling a strong commitment to children, families, and the communities in which they live. He proposes 500 million one-time dollars to the child care budget, to go towards improving child care facilities, child care workforce development, and developing a plan to increase access to subsidized child care.

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Network's Response to Governor Newsom's Budget Proposal

Governor Newsom started out his budget press conference today saying that although it may be cliche, his proposed budget is indeed a moral document. We join other advocates in applauding the very clear statement this proposed budget makes: this Governor is ready to prioritize the health and well-being of Californians, especially those who are struggling the most.

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Legislative Update 12/7/18

While the Public Policy Committee won't begin reviewing bills and deciding our positions until after the new year, I want to give you a heads up on a handful of bills introduced this week that we will surely be tracking.

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Sacramento Officials Working to Provide More Child Care Options

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SF Chronicle spotlight on TrustLine

The SF Chronicle published an article featuring Elizabeth Phillips and her role in inspiring the creation of TrustLine back in 1987.

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