CALIFORNIA CHILDCARE HEALTH PROGRAM

The California Child Care Health Program (through UC San Francisco) website provides an introduction to products and services available to create environments for children to learn and grow. These materials are designed to be distributed and used in a variety of settings by both professionals and families.



CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
The Core Purpose of the California Department of Education is to lead and support the continuous improvement of student achievement, with a specific focus on closing achievement gaps.


CHILD DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES OF VENTURA COUNTY, INC. 
Child Development Resources is a private non-profit corporation which receives State and Federal contracts to administer the Child Care Resource & Referral Program. Services offered include: Child Care Resource and Referral Program, Head Start Program, and Subsidized Child Care Program. 

 



COMMUNITY CARE LICENSING
Community care facilities license regulations, including child care centers.


EARLY EDGE CALIFORNIA
Early Edge California works to ensure all children have the early experiences necessary to be successful learners by the end of 3rd grade, setting them on a path to college and career readiness.


FIRST 5 VENTURA COUNTY
First 5 Ventura County works with communities to fund early learning experiences and health and family services that develop the full potential of young children, ages 0-5, and their families.

 



FIRST 5 CALIFORNIA
Parent website with information on Health, Learning, Activities & Services

 



INTERFACE CHILDREN FAMILY SERVICES 
Along with many other services, Interface offers an Information and Referral Line, and Resource Directory. 



NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER FOR HEALTH & SAFETY IN CHILDCARE & EARLY EDUCATION
Since 1995, the National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education (NRC) has maintained and continues to develop national health and safety standards for early care and education settings, as compiled in Caring for Our Children: National Health and Safety Standards; Guidelines for Early Care and Education Programs (CFOC)


TRI-COUNTIES REGIONAL CENTER
Tri-Counties Regional Center provides supports and services for children and adults with developmental disabilities living in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.



VENTURA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH

Ventura County Public Health provides public health services for all people in Ventura County, especially those who would otherwise not have access to care and those who live in lower income areas of our communities.


VENTURA COUNTY SELPA
The Ventura County SELPA is dedicated to providing information and support to families of children with special needs so that they can be informed partners in the educational process of their children.