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Provider Information

Become a Licensed Child Care Provider

CRR provides educational activities, technical assistance, and ongoing support for individuals who are interested in becoming licensed child care providers.
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Maintaining your Child Care License

It’s very important that we update your file regularly, this way we can provide families with the most up to date information.
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Professional Development Calendar

Calendar includes training, conferences, workshops, learning communities, events, and networking opportunities for early care and education community.
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Provider Resources

Steps to Quality Network

Network of professional individuals that provides opportunity for mentorships while developing and building their shared mission and values.
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Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS)

Quality Counts is part of a state-wide program that connects parents with quality programs while offering you a clear path towards improving your quality.
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CSEFEL Coaching

CSEFEL is a national resource center for disseminating research and evidence-based practices to early childhood programs across the country.
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Trauma Informed Care Coaching

Participating Providers receive access to Trauma-Informed Care Training from their local resource and referral agency coaches.
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NAFCC Provider Sponsor Accreditation Facilitation 

Accreditation provides public notification that the Program meets standards of quality set forth by an accrediting agency.
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Subsidized Providers

Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)

The CACFP serves nutritious meals and snacks to eligible children who are enrolled for care at participating centers.
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Alternative Payment Program (APP)

Funded by the State of CA, Alternative Payment Program reimburses the child care costs
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Frequently Asked Questions

https://crrsbc.org/become-a-licensed-provider/

During COVID-19 State of Emergency, Community Care Licensing will work with the Licensee’s closely. CPR certification will be review and/or extended, however, it’s important the Licensee’s communicate with their LPAs.
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Please contact Community Care Licensing because this only affects Small FCC’s and Exempt providers.
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Funded by the California Department of Social Services Child Care and Development Division and through local grants.
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