It is your right and your responsibility, as a parent, to select the program that is best for your child.
These programs are licensed by Community Care Licensing. The office is located in Fresno and maintains files on all licensed programs. California state law requires a licensed child care facility to make accessible to the public a copy of any licensing report pertaining to the facility that documents a facility visit or a substantiated complaint investigation.
A more complete file regarding a child care licensee may be available at an office of the State Department of Social Services Community Care Licensing Division. You have the right to access any public information in these files.
As a parent, you have the right to get information about any substantiated or inconclusive complaints about a child care provider that you select for your child. A website has been compiled by Community are Licensing (CCL), Department of Social Services to provide the public with important information regarding citations, complaints, and inspections conducted on child care facilities licensed by CCL. The exact facility name or facility number is required for the search. Click here to view these records. Please take time to review your prospective licensed child care provider information on the website and contact CCL at (559) 243-4588 if you need additional information.
CAPMC/CCR&R does not make recommendations, does not supervise these programs, has not evaluated them and CAPMC/CCR&R is not responsible for them in any way. If you are concerned about liability insurance be sure to ask the provider for proof of insurance.
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