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Child Care Providers United  https://childcareprovidersunited.org/

“Child Care Providers United brings together thousands of child care providers throughout California to improve our profession and ensure every child has access to quality early learning and care. As union members, child care providers have a powerful voice to improve our livelihoods and the services we provide, for working families whether white, Black, Asian, or brown. We are working for child care for all and unions for all.”

Californians for Quality Early Learning (CQEL)  https://www.caqualityearlylearning.org/

“We are committed to developing early education for all Californians and ensuring its quality. We support programs in integrating promising practices and advocate for a thriving and diverse early learning system for children and families.”

Child Care Advocate  https://www.cdss.ca.gov/inforesources/child-care-licensing/child-care-advocates

“The Child Care Advocate Program (CCAP) promotes the delivery of quality child care in California. In 1984, the State Legislature created CCAP to provide a link between child care licensing and the community.”

Child Care Law Center https://www.childcarelaw.org/

“We educate, advocate, and litigate to make child care a civil right. At the Child Care Law Center, we believe in justice and opportunity for children, families, and child care providers. We make laws work for them, and especially for Black, Latinx, people of color, people with disabilities, and others who have historically been discriminated against.”

EveryChild California https://www.everychildca.org/

“For over 75 years, we have been inspiring and educating leaders of early learning and care programs for children from birth to 13. Our name, EveryChild California, an Association of Leaders Advancing Early Learning, represents our comprehensive approach to early childhood education and learning. We advocate for programs across the state, by supporting the development of the child’s social, emotional and intellectual well-being, all while in a safe and high quality learning environment.”


LPC advocates for fair and equitable child care to ensure a bright future for Yolo County children, families, and care providers.

The LPC strives to create positive change by empowering its members to have an open, creative, and receptive mindset.

The LPC values human relationships that promote positive connection, care, and support.

We speak our truth in honor of ethical decision making.

We welcome, value, and respect everyone regardless of differences.


We serve as a forum to plan, promote and support the child care needs of families and
providers in Yolo County.


The Yolo LPC envisions a future where all families and children have access to child care they love.

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