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  • Survey about Age Ranges and Capacity LINK
  • Next Infant Age-Capacity Workgroup SMALL Zoom (detailed work) is May 30 6:30 pm LINK
  • Next Infant Age-Capacity Zoom Monday, June 3, 2024 6:30 p.m. Registration LINK
  • Next FCC Public Policy Call Monday, May 20, 6:30 pm Enroll Through Workforce Registry:
  1. Enroll through CA Workforce Registry LINK
  2. Log in.    If you have not already created a profile, you will need to create your profile first.  How to Videos LINK
  3. Important!  Use the Zoom registration link you will see to register in advance for the Zoom
  4. After you register with the Zoom registration link, you will receive an email with the Zoom join link that you will use when the meeting is starting LINK
  • Next CFCCN Leadership Cafe TBD
  • For CFCCN membership ($24) expires Oct 31, 2024, application LINK 
    • 100 Members of San Francisco Family Child Care Association are getting dual membership (fill out membership form, but do not include a payment)
  • If you would like to support the all volunteer organization that loves family child care with a donation, click HERE

Welcome to the website for California Family Child Care Network (CFCCN), a state-wide organization incorporated in 2016 after several years of hard work, meetings, and conference calls.  Under "About Us" you can learn about CFCCN's mission, purpose and vision, the organization's history, founders and leaders.

We hope family child care educators and family child care organizations will find the news articles and resources helpful in their quest for information that will support quality child care and promote respect for the people who provide this care.

Go to "Our Projects" and view letters we have written to ask for access to Licensing information in more languages.  We have also done work that should lead to improvements for the Quality Rating Improvement System (QRIS) in California.  Currently, we are interested in inclusion of family child care in the UPK system and amending the 20% Rule that prevents licensees from being able to be offsite for more than 20% of the hours they have children in care that day.