YOUR Source for Trainings & Technical Assistance with Your Child Care Business
Provider Training and Information
Florence Spring Workshop
New Health and Safety Training Requirements:
- Introduction to Child Care Health and Safety training
- Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect training
Interested in Becoming a Child Care Provider?
Our staff will assist you in starting and maintaining your child care business. We offer training, support, pathways to licensure, a referral database to market your business and a quarterly newsletter.
Already a child care provider?
Family Connections can refer your child care program to parents looking for care. Your free listing will provide you with resources, support, and training to assist you in maintaining and developing a child care program.
211 is YOUR source for child care referrals
The Early Learning Division will transition referrals from the Child Care Resource and Referrals (CCR&R) in July 2016 to 211Info, a clearinghouse that helps people identify, navigate and connect with the local resources and is now available in all counties in Oregon. Just by dialing 211, the caller is able to receive child care referrals along with local community resources. A data base for updated information, 211info is positioned to serve all segments of the community population.
This transition will help the CCR&Rs ability to expand the professional development system and trainings to best serve Oregon's child care providers so that programs are able to continually improve quality and better serve families and children.
According to the Early Learning Division these changes will more effectively support providers in their professional development, and children and their families making decisions for their needs.
All Child Care Providers will now refer parents to 211info instead of Family Connections of Lane and Douglas Counties to receive local child care referrals.