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Global publication recognizes CCRC CEO and President Dr. Michael Olenick for excellence

Global publication recognizes CCRC CEO and President Dr. Michael Olenick for excellence

1-6-2021

A globally distributed business magazine that highlights the world’s most successful leaders, executives, investors and entrepreneurs is highlighting the work of Child Care Resource Center CEO and President Dr. Michael Olenick.

New report: Ongoing pandemic leaves more CA children without stable housing, food and care

New report: Ongoing pandemic leaves more CA children without stable housing, food and care

1-4-2021

A growing number of California children aren’t receiving enough to eat or adequate health care and fear losing their housing, according to a California Budget and Policy Center report released in December.

Thank you to our donors for supporting CCRC's Home for the Holidays event

Thank you to our donors for supporting CCRC's Home for the Holidays event

12-14-2020

During a year of unprecedented financial hardship and health concerns, many families are struggling this holiday season just to put food on the table, let alone provide gifts for their children.

Building young mom's confidence is a 31-year career highlight for CCRC's Judi Ruiz

Building young mom's confidence is a 31-year career highlight for CCRC's Judi Ruiz

12-14-2020

A lifelong love of children is the driving force for Resource and Referral Family Engagement Supervisor Judi Ruiz, who will soon celebrate 31 years with Child Care Resource Center.

We're hiring: Join the CCRC team to make a difference for local children and families

We're hiring: Join the CCRC team to make a difference for local children and families

12-10-2020

If you’re looking for the chance to make real change in your community alongside a hardworking, dedicated team, there’s a new opportunity to join a southern California non-profit that’s been helping children and families thrive for over 40 years.

Opportunity for professional growth still inspiring CCRC's Cyndi Trujillo after 26 years

Opportunity for professional growth still inspiring CCRC's Cyndi Trujillo after 26 years

12-7-20

The opportunity to grow and develop professionally at Child Care Resource Center is one of the many reasons Resource and Referral Manager Cyndi Trujillo has worked for the agency for 26 years.

Short term plans turned to 26-year fulfilling career for CCRC's Betty Zamorano-Pedregon

Short term plans turned to 26-year fulfilling career for CCRC's Betty Zamorano-Pedregon

11.30.20

When she began working for Child Care Resource Center in the mid-90s, Head Start Division Director Betty Zamorano-Pedregon never expected she would be with the agency for a quarter century.

Help CCRC raise funds for annual holiday drive to benefit 2,500 local families

Help CCRC raise funds for annual holiday drive to benefit 2,500 local families

11.25.20

The COVID-19 pandemic is making it more difficult than ever this holiday season for families to provide food and gifts to their children.

CCRC's Eileen Friscia celebrates 25 years at agency, credits subsidized child care for early success

CCRC's Eileen Friscia celebrates 25 years at agency, credits subsidized child care for early success

11.23.20

One of Child Care Resource Center’s most senior staff members recently celebrated 25 years of work at the agency.

Our Head Start teacher Sy uses acting experience to engage students

Our Head Start teacher Sy uses acting experience to engage students

11-18-20

Keeping young children engaged in education while learning from home can be challenging but CCRC Head Start teachers like Sy Hearn are using creative, innovative ways to keep students dialed in.

CCRC gives thousands of masks to families with help of local business

CCRC gives thousands of masks to families with help of local business

10-29-2020

California health authorities continue advising residents to
wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and thanks to a partnership
between Child Care Resource Center and a long-time Los Angeles company,
thousands of families are receiving masks for free.

Election 2020: Voting in Person

Election 2020: Voting in Person

If you decide to vote in person, you will be required to wear a mask and practice social distancing. Face coverings and gloves will also be available on site. All vote center staff will be wearing gloves and masks and they will sanitize all ballot marking devices and surfaces after each voter. Voters who arrive without a face covering will have a poll station brought to them outside.

CCRC joins advocates and child care providers in calling for more COVID-19 support

 CCRC joins advocates and child care providers in calling for more COVID-19 support

At a mid-October gathering of child care advocates in Van Nuys, a Child Care Resource Center representative joined others in calling on California’s governor and state lawmakers to solve the child care crisis worsened by the pandemic.

Keys to Quality Child Care Checklist with COVID Safety

Keys to Quality Child Care Checklist with COVID Safety

As part of our ongoing effort to help families find the right environment for their child care choice, Child Care Resource Center has updated its Keys to Quality Child Care Checklist to help families ask their potential child care providers questions about COVID-19 safety.

Election 2020: Return Your Mail in Ballot

Election 2020: Return Your Mail in Ballot

This year, every registered California voter received a mail-in-ballot. For those who choose to submit their ballot by mail instead of the traditional polls, there are many options for returning the voting document. Just make sure it’s postmarked by Election Day, Nov. 3. Regardless of where you return your ballot, it does not require a stamp.

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SAN FERNANDO VALLEY

CCRC Lobbies are closed.

20001 Prairie Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311

818.717.1000

Monday: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

ANTELOPE VALLEY

CCRC Lobbies are closed.

250 Grand Cypress Avenue
Palmdale, CA 93551

661.789.1200

Monday: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

SAN BERNARDINO

CCRC Lobbies are closed.

1111 East Mill Street, Suite 100
San Bernardino, CA 92408

909.384.8000

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

VICTORVILLE

CCRC Lobbies are closed.

15456 West Sage Street
Victorville, CA 92392

760.245.0770

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm