Children's Resource and Referral of Santa Barbara County
A nonprofit organization providing resources, education and care to children and parents.
One service includes matching families and high quality, child care facilities appropriate
to their needs.
First 5 of Santa Barbara County
Public organization dedicated to improving the lives of children ages 0 to 5. Provides
services to the community focused on increasing the amount of high quality childcare
Santa Barbara County Education Office
Information on all school districts and public schools in Santa Barbara County and
Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County
Providing culturally appropriate, high quality opportunities and services to low-income
people in support of self-sufficiency. Education services are provided for children
in full and part day early care and education programs and services. Employment information
for care providers is offered.
Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County
Comprehensive, community- based programs are provided to promote community economic
self-sufficiency and self-determination for families. Employment opportunities may
be found here.
A central location for education-related employment opportunities in California
Child Development Training Consortium
Promotes professionalism and high quality care and education programs through the
provision of training, resources, and financial and technical assistance. Contains
information for early childhood permitting and credentials.
California Community Care Licensing Division
Licensing information for community care facilities and a place to find licensed
care centers in California
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
Information on requirements, fees and related processes for acquiring a California
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