Other R&R Programs

The Child Care Initiative Project (CCIP) training series is offered to participants going through the process to become licensed family child care providers as well as existing child care providers.
Areas of Focus
  1. Capacity building to increase the quantity of licensed family child care homes and
  2. Improving the quality of care provided to young children in family care homes.

To qualify, you must:

  1. Be planning to include infants and toddlers in your child care home, and
  2. Complete the training program of 25 hrs. of Quality Improvement Training and
  3. Complete three (3) extracurricular activities (e.g. Toy Library visit, Licensed FCC home tour).


CRC will be hosting four (4) Community Care Licensing Orientations throughout the year for anyone interested in opening a Family Child Care Home Business.


More Information

Sign up for Child Care Initiative Project emails from the California Child Care Resource & Referral Network
Child care providers in the Bridge Program receive trauma-informed care training and coaching to assist them in creating safer environments for traumatized children and developing their self-care strategies.
Promoting Trauma-Informed Child Care Practices Across California
All California’s R&R programs facilitate provider reimbursement for demonstrated completion of Emergency Services Authority approved course work (including waivered health and safety coursework), for licensed center staff, licensed family child care providers, and license-exempt providers. R&Rs with certified staff may facilitate classes as well.
Health and Safety Training
CDE Health & Safety Modules
Cleaning, Disinfecting, and Staying Healthy Resources
Quality Start Los Angeles (QSLA) is Los Angeles’ county-wide Quality Improvement System (QIS) designed to empower early learning providers to build upon and improve the quality of care they provide to children birth to five. The program helps families understand what makes an early learning program effective and how to find the right program for their child.
Quality Start Los Angeles
The Pathway Program (Pathway) program is a comprehensive and aligned professional development trainer and training system for the state’s early childhood education (ECE) workforce.
Pathways (Gateways)