Primary functions: To provide consultation to the public about quality child care, community resources and child care referrals, by phone, internet and in person. Provide related child care technical assistance and information to center and family child care providers in Solano County. Presentations to the community about child care related topics. Support Resource and Referral Program staff in the development and presentation of workshops and training series for the community. Maintain and develop the SFCS community Lending Library services. Provide all the above services to the Spanish speaking community. The primary functions will be performed in both English and Spanish.
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Join award winning children’s recording artist Tim Cain for a fun evening with the goal of learning how to encourage children to sing out, dance and enjoy themselves in music. All SNAEYC members will receive one of Tim’s CDs. CDs will also be available for purchase.
The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) ensures that low-income children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. This summer, USDA plans to serve more than 200 million free meals to children 18 years and under at approved SFSP sites.
See below for school sites in Solano County.
Locations in Solano County
What is a Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) all about?
Click on the link below to view a short presentation!
Here’s where you will find all of the latest news from Community Care Licensing – reminders on safe sleep for infants, measles and immunizations, the most commonly cited deficiencies, licensing analysts, and much more:
Community Care Licensing Quarterly Update – Winter/Spring 2015
Health & Safety reimbursements are now available!
If you have recently completed CPR, First Aid, or Preventative Health Practices, SFCS may be able to reimburse you for part of those costs. This California Department of Education funded opportunity is open to:
• Licensed Family Child Care Providers and/or their assistants
• Licensed Child Care Center Staff
• License-Exempt Child Care Providers
If you have taken, or plan to take, the approved CPR, First Aid, or Preventative Health Practices certification between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015, you are invited to apply for this limited funding.
Reimbursement applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis, and will only be available until the funding runs out. Applications are available by clicking HERE, or in our office. You may also request that an application be emailed to you by calling Rayma Ware at (707) 864-4634. Certain rules and restrictions apply, call for details.
Note: Providers should also keep in mind that the cost of required training is tax deductible.
If you need help in finding approved training, call the Resource & Referral Department at (707) 863-3950, extension 752.