Updates

Nontraditional Hours and Child Care Report Released!

Our research team conducted focus groups, interviews, and surveys throughout California to learn about the needs of parents who work nontraditional hours and the providers who care for their children.

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Testimonies from Parents on the Waiting List for Child Care

Read stories from two parents who have been on the waiting list for child care about the impact it has had on their lives and the lives of their families.

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Waiting for Change

125 parents on the waiting list in California participated in a survey designed to learn about the impact of being on the waiting list for child care. This brief report details the findings from that survey.

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Family Child Care Decline Webinar Recording

Watch the recording and download the slides from our family child care decline webinar!

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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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