License-Exempt Home Providers
- The provider must be 18 years of age or older.
- The parent/guardian and provider must complete additional steps and provide specific documentation before services can be approved in this setting:
- Attend a PUSD one-on-one License-Exempt Orientation to review program policies, regulations and the reimbursement system; (Optional)
- The parent/guardian and provider must complete a health and safety certification;
- The provider must complete a Criminal Record Statement.
- The provider must complete the TrustLine Registry and Live-Scan/fingerprinting process in order to have a background check completed through the California Criminal History System, the California Child Abuse Central Index, and the FBI Criminal History System;
- PUSD must receive TrustLine clearance before child care reimbursements are made.
- If the provider is the grandparent, aunt, or uncle of the child (ren) he/she may be exempt from this process. However, PUSD reserves the right to have all license-exempt providers complete this process.
- Other documents requested by PUSD are required.
PUSD reserves the right to deny services with a provider who has a disqualifying Criminal history based on TrustLine guidelines.
Please Note: PUSD strongly encourages license-exempt providers to learn more about becoming licensed through Community Care Licensing. There are resources available to assist individuals with this process and to provide training opportunities. Providers may contact PUSD Resource and Referral for more information at 1-800-822-5777 or 909-397-4740.
Licensed Child Care Providers
Licensed child care centers and family child care homes are required to maintain an active child care license through Community Care Licensing and follow Title 22 Regulations. Other documents requested by PUSD including a copy of the provider’s current child care license(s) are required.
License-exempt centers must be in compliance with Title 22 Regulations with regard to staffing requirements, ratios, and attendance recording requirements. PUSD must have a signed document on file from the center indicating that they are aware of and follow Title 22 Regulations. The family benefit for the PUSD program may not be used for child care services through non-regulated summer camps or recreational programs.
Other documents requested by PUSD are required.
TrustLine is California’s registry of in-home child care providers, tutors, in-home counselors, and child care staff at Ancillary Child Care Centers who have passed a background screening. It was created by the California Legislature in 1987 and is a powerful resource for parents hiring a nanny or baby-sitter. All caregivers listed with TrustLine have been cleared through a fingerprint check of records at the California Department of Justice. This means they have no disqualifying criminal convictions or substantiated child abuse reports in California. TrustLine is administered by the California Department of Social Services and the non-profit California Child Care Resource and Referral Network. It is endorsed by the California Academy of Pediatrics.
License-Exempt Home Providers
Each license-exempt home provider must submit a completed Rate Sheet License-Exempt Home form indicating the rates requested for providing child care for the family served by Pomona Unified School District/ Child Development.
Licensed Family Child Care Home Providers, Licensed Centers and License-Exempt Centers
Each child care provider must submit a provider generated rate sheet and a copy of the provider’s written policies for families. The provider agrees that the rates charged to all families are the same regardless of the family’s subsidized or unsubsidized status.