Early Learning and Care Provider and Parent Resources
Agencies offering support services in Yolo County:
Children’s Home Society of California: Yolo County’s Resource and Referral Agency, Children’s Home Society offers training, support, and childcare subsidy
First 5 Yolo: Our local First 5, focused on the health, education, and care of children ages zero to five.
Help Me Grow: Promotes healthy development for every child in our community by providing free developmental screenings and connecting families with children birth through 5 to community resources.
Quality Counts California: Offers a variety of resources through a statewide effort to improve the quality of early learning and care in California.
West Sacramento Home Run: For providers in West Sacramento, this program connects providers with professional development, coaching, and promotion of your program to families.
Yolo County Children’s Alliance: Offering Family Resources like food distribution, tax preparation, and housing assistance, Yolo County Children’s Alliance also provides Yolo County’s Stage One childcare subsidy
Yolo County Library: A literacy resource for all ages. For Early Learners the library offers learning activities such as Ready Rosie, Tumblebook Library in English and Spanish as well as a variety of bi-lingual Library Storytimes in-person and virtual.
YCOE Yolo Quality Counts: Connects providers to programs to improve quality of early learning and care.
Yolo Crisis Nursery: Offers voluntary and free, nurturing childcare for ages birth through five years, 24 hours per day 365 days per year.
Yolo Food Bank: Organization offering fresh produce and foods to families in Yolo County.
The Council identifies local child care and development priorities, develops policies to meet identified needs. Learn more about our membership, and recommends local priorities
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.