First 5 Yolo COVID-19 Resources for childcare providers
Includes the following:
- COVID Safety Training
- Childcare Safety Plans in English and Spanish
- Childcare facility checklists in English and Spanish
- Information on the COVID-19 Vaccines
- Childcare Daily Checklist to Prevent COVID-19
- Childcare safety Plans
COVID Exposure Decision Tree: For Non-School, Non-Healthcare Exposures:
City of West Sacramento Home Run COVID-19 Resources for Childcare Providers:
YCOE COVID-19 Updates:
Children’s Home Society COVID-19 Resources:
Community Care Licensing CDSS COVID-19 Resources and Information:
Yolo County COVID-19 Website:
California COVID-19 website
For information on the CDE Resources for California Wildfires, please refer to the CDE Resources for California Wildfires web page at:
For information on the CDE Disaster Relief Guidelines, please refer to the CDE Disaster Relief Guidelines web page at
For information on disaster assistance and resources in California, please refer to the CDE Disaster Resources web page at
For information on emergency resources from federal, state, and local agencies, please refer to the California Office of Emergency Services (OES) website at
Information on the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) Community Care Licensing Regional Offices can be found at the CDSS web site at
For information on Helping your Child Cope After a Disaster, visit the Office of Head Start Early Childhood and Learning Center web site at
The California MAP to inclusion and Belonging: Coping with Trauma Resources website is at
The National Child Trauma Stress Network web site is at
The CDE Wildfires web page is at
The mission of the Yolo County Child Care Planning Council is to promote the professional growth of the child care workforce and to support the development of quality child care programs.
The Yolo County Child Care Planning Council, in partnership with public and private entities, works to improve child care and early education opportunities in pursuit of the following goals:
- ASSESS the County’s overall child care needs once every five years.
- PREPARE countywide child care plan to mobilize public & private resources.
- PROMOTE access to quality child care and development services.
- COLLABORATE with community organizations & government agencies to provide families the best possible child care options.
- DEVELOP priorities for allocation of federal child care grant funds.
- SUPPORT training and professional development of child care providers.
If you are an early childhood educator or are considering a career in this meaningful field, we thank you for dedicating your life’s work to such a meaningful profession.