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The Child Care Planning Council of Yuba & Sutter Counties encourages and promotes quality standards of care. The Council offers child care providers the following networks for more information. 

Twin Cities Association for the Education of Young Children (TCAEYC) | 530-749-4040

Membership organization that supports early child care professionals in their work with children through a variety of activities and specialized committees.  They conduct workshops for child care providers, yearly "Week of the Young Child" celebrations, and maintain a variety of specialized committees in specific areas for providers. 

Bi-County Daycare Association | Tresia Filby at 530-673-9203

Membership organization that promotes professionalism in family child care.  They hold monthly network meetings with guest speakers, offer a mentor program for new providers and promote networking and collaboration with other groups and programs supporting quality child care. 

Community Care Licensing (CCL), Division of California Department of Social Services | Chico office 530-895-5033

Web http://ccld.ca.gov

State agency responsible for evaluating and monitoring child care programs for compliance with State laws and regulations.  This agency reviews and approves applications for licensed child care in Yuba & Sutter Counties. Contact the or their

 

Child Care Advocate Program | Betsy Rutana, Child Care Advocate at 510-622-2623

Seeks to promote the delivery of quality child care in California through communication, knowledge, and advocacy. 

Children's Home Society of California (CHS)
Child Care and Development Services
| 530-673-7503
http://www.chs-ca.org/index2.html

Child Care Resource and Referral Program serving Yuba and Sutter Counties.  Provides a free referral service for families seeking licensed child care.

Licensed providers can request to be put on the referral system.  Providers can obtain information on legislation, zoning, child development publications and curriculum.  Workshops are offered on a variety of topics including child development, child guidance, curriculum development, and program start-up and marketing.  CHS publishes quarterly newsletter that includes events and activities for children and parents.