You must submit your updated information in writing to CRR Case Worker.

A Fiscal Year for CRR is July 1 through June 30

A Non-operational day is a day that a provider is closed for childcare

CRR may reimburse a licensed provider for a child absence when a valid provider’s personal contract specifies they charge for absences. For further clarification please refer to CRR’s Providers Guide or contact your Provider Contracts Specialist at 805.485.7878 ext. 457

A licensed provider has 10 non-operational paid days per fiscal year to be reimbursed. These can either be defined as holidays, in-service days or vacation days. Any additional days will be considered closures and not paid according to agreement guidelines. All closures must be reported to CRR in writing 30 days prior to the first day of closure to be honored. Exempt providers do not get paid for closures.

Reimbursement is electronically deposited into to your personal savings/checking account.

Option 2 (When option #1 is not obtainable.): PayCard – reimbursement is electronically uploaded onto a CRR (prepaid) debit card.

Yes, you will need to be fingerprinted again to ensure your registration status.

Once the Agreement Request is received it takes approximately 4-6 weeks for approval depending on the agreement requirements by type or program. For Trustline applicants this process may take up to 120 days.

Funded by the California Department of Social Services Child Care and Development Division and through local grants.
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