CalWORKs Child Care:
- Current or former CalWORKs cash aid recipients are eligible to receive assistance with paying for child care with a provider of their choice, if they are employed or participating in county approved Welfare-to-Work activities.
- Pregnant and parenting teens in the Cal-Learn program are also eligible to receive CalWORKs child care. Child care is provided for children through the age of 12, and for exceptional needs and severely disabled children up to age 21.
- If you are not receiving CalWORKs cash assistance and need help paying for child care, contact the local Child Care Resource and Referral agency (R&R) and/or the Alternative Payment Program (APP) in your county to obtain more information.
Resource Referral Team: 213-427-2710
- Pathways LA offers a variety of child care options to provide parents with choices that work best for them.
My Child Care Plan:
- MyChildCarePlan.org is a search and support website designed to help California’s families find the child care they need.
- The site offers a customizable child care search tool and live support from local specialists to help parents to find the right child care for them.
- With MyChildCarePlan.org, parents can access reliable child care information they can trust.
The Child Care Resource Center (CCRC)
- Many families don’t know that they qualify for help paying for child care.
- Financial assistance is available for child care all hours of the day, including nights, weekends, or for just a few hours a week.
- Whether you are looking for employment, going to school, or working and in need of care, CCRC can help!
- Helping parents find child care, training child care providers on how to nurture and educate young children, helping parents and providers bridge the affordability gap with child care subsidies, and teaching children how to use a computer are just part of what we do.
- We help families succeed, children learn, and child care providers become competent, confident caregivers.
- Preparing the children of Watts-Willowbrook, Compton and South Los Angeles to succeed and thereby strengthen our community’s future. Services include:
- Early intervention programs for infants and toddlers who are born with developmental disabilities or are considered at-risk for developmental delay
- Child care services for children 18 months to 5 years
- Family therapy services in the area of adolescent pregnancy, HIV education and substance abuse
- Linkages and referrals to community based resources
- Mental health services and child abuse treatment program
Mexican-American Opportunity Foundation
- The mission of the Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) is to provide for the socio-economic betterment of the greater Latino community of California.
- This is accomplished through programs in early childhood education and family services, job training, and senior lifestyle development throughout the multicultural communities served by MAOF.