Child Care Resources & Referrals
CFC Learning Centers wants the best for your child, family and community as a whole. Below you’ll find all sorts of resources and referrals that can provide help and guidance. Let us know if there are any other resources you need and we’ll be happy to help.
Soliders4Christ Community Thrift Store
1717 E. Vista Way Suite #201 Vista, CA 92084
CFC Empowerment Resource Center
1717 E. Vista Way Suite #206 Vista, CA 92084
Encouraging families by helping meet their immediate needs and creating self-sufficiency through community building, training, workshops and programs.
Child Care Referrals
The YMCA Childcare Resource Service, funded by the California Department of Education, Child Development Division, offers free child care referrals and resources to families in San Diego County so parents and guardians can make informed decisions about child care.
The Alternative Payment Program
The Alternative Payment Program is a subsidized child care program serving children from birth through twelve years of age.
MAAC Project Headstart
MAAC Project Headstart provides a place where local families in need can find the means to self-sufficiency through high-quality programs and advocacy in communities. They also provide low income child care services for children 0-5 years.
Call 211 is a free, confidential service that helps people across the U.S. and parts of Canada find the local resources and assistance they need. They support categories such as emergencies, food, health, housing, employment and more.
Fathers and Families Coalition
Fathers and Families Coalition seeks to increase family and child protective factors with a focus on the impact of fathers. They help by providing professional development for those who work with parents and caregivers so that they have the skills, knowledge, and access to resources they need to support their child’s development.
Employment Development Department
The Employment Development Department connects millions of job seekers and employers in an effort to build the economy of California. They seek to help individuals and families create the lives they want and deserve.
Focus On The Family’s Parenting Resource
Focus on the Family’s Parenting Resource features blog articles to support parenting efforts and answer common parenting questions.
The National Association of Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies works with agencies who help ensure that families in 99 percent of all populated ZIP codes in the United States have access to high-quality, affordable childcare.
Child Development Associates
CDA is a community based, non-profit agency with nearly 200 employees dedicated to creating positive change in their local community. They believe that all families deserve access to quality early care, education and supportive services that will promote children’s healthy development and future success.
San Diego Family
Resource guide for parents of children with special needs.This guide has over 1,050 resources from service providers to associations, and more.
San Diego County Resource Guide
This site has a list of multiple resources for families in San Diego with children that have special needs and/or disabilities.
We’re here to help you
We hope the following resources help you and your family. If you have further questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.
We welcome you to experience our state-of-the-art child care facilities in person. Visit us to learn more about our quality child care programs to see if CFC is the best fit for your family.
Learn About Enrolling at CFC Learning Centers
If you feel that our program may be the right fit, we’d love to learn more about your family’s needs and would like to know how we can help and meet your childcare needs. To get started today, please follow and click on the “How to Enroll” button below.
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