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OFFICE OF CHILD CARE

Office of Child Care, within the Service Integration Branch
of the Chief Executive Office
222 South Hill Street, 5th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 974-4103 Phone / (213) 217-5106 Fax
 

What’s New…

The Office of Child Care website is in the midst of a reorganization and redesign.  Part of the reorganization is streamlining the website menu.  As such, click on the link About Us to access information on Child Care Planning Committee and Policy Roundtable for Child Care and Development as well as Office of Child Care Publications and Reports and Helpful Links and Resources.

  • Feasibility Report on Countywide Child Care Rating System:  On August 20, 2013 the Board of Supervisors approved a motion introduced by Supervisor Antonovich directing the Chief Executive Office to provide a feasibility report on establishing a countywide child care rating system for licensed programs.  

  • Attention Investing in Early Educators – Stipend Program Cycle 15 Applicants! The deadline for submitting applications for Cycle 15 of the Stipend Program has passed. Click on the link for other important updates to the Stipend Program.

  • STEP Accomplishments and Evaluation Report FY 2012-13  The Office of Child Care contracted with Wold and Associates to survey and interview child care providers to obtain input on the implementation of STEP.  Click on the link to access the Executive Summary and Full Report.

  • Needs Assessment Data Sheets – 2013  The Los Angeles County Child Care Planning Committee is pleased to announce the release of the Needs Assessment Data Sheets for 2013, which compare licensed capacity with the estimated need for child care and development services by Los Angeles County families.  The data is presented for infants and toddlers, preschool age children and school age children by zip codes.
  • Shrinking Investments Yield Smaller Returns
    The LA Children’s Data Network announces the release of this report that maps the loss of early childhood investments and infrastructure in Los Angeles County from 2008-11.