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Child Care

Welcome to CCCCA


The Association

The California Child Care Coordinators Association was formed to promote, support, and improve the coordination of local efforts to provide child care services for children in California. Go here for more information on CCCCA.


Membership in the Association is open to child care coordinators representing a city, a county, a federal entity, or a local planning council in the state of California. A roster of CCCCA members can be found on the Member pages, including links to county LPC web sites.

Joining the CCCCA?
Download the membership invoice, Go Here

Welcome to New CCCCA Members

Kings County -- Rebecca Villa

Contra Costa County -- Susan Jeong

Siskiyou County -- Cathy Scott

Alpine County -- Erin Dobyns

CCCCA & Early Learning Events:

CCCCA spring meeting to be held in May

Attend at Yolo County Office of Education, Woodland
or join in by videoconferencing or phone.

Date, agenda and videoconference information,
to come.


This section provides links to a wide range of programs and reports relevant to the field of early care and education in California and elsewhere. For information of interest to city and county coordinators, go here.

Public Policy

Look here for information on current state legislation affecting the children and families of California, plus our Public Policy Platform. The most recent legislation listed is from March 21, 2018.

Links to Other Organizations

Visit related web sites on child development, child care, law, and public policy.



Our Mission

The mission of the California Child Care Coordinators Association is to promote, support, and improve the coordination of local efforts to provide early care and education services for children in California.


The Association serves as a forum for sharing knowledge and information and provides leadership and resources in identifying and addressing key issues.

The Association acts as a voice for communicating those issues; identifies training and technical support needs; promotes the professional development, education and training of its members; identifies opportunities for joint projects and collaborative efforts; and assists Local Planning Councils in meeting state mandates.

2017-2018 Executive Committee

Michele Sartell
LPC Coordinator
Los Angeles County

Samantha Thompson
LPC Coordinator
Merced County

Tonya Byers
LPC Coordinator
Yuba/Sutter Counties

Tammy Burns
LPC Coordinator
Kern County

Deborah Clark-Crews
LPC Coordinator
Riverside County

For addresses, phone numbers and other details, go to the Executive Committee Page.



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