Our Location: 1221 Fulton Street, Fresno CA 93721
Mailing: PO Box 11867, Fresno CA 93775-1867
Phone: (559) 600-3330
Fax: (559) 455-4705
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
What is the Child Care Linkages Program?
The CCHLP is staffed by Public Health Nurses who are certified Child Care Health Consultants. The nurses provide health and safety consultation to the child care community.
Who Does the Program Serve? Any licensed or unlicensed child care provider residing in Fresno County and serving children ages 0-5.
What services does the program provide? The Public Health Nurse (PHN) is available by phone or in person at the child care site. The PHN consultation can include health/safety policy development, assistance with communicable disease control and referral to community resources. the PHN can also observe the program site and make recommendations to improve the health and safety of the program. CCHLP also assists providers with meeting the health/safety criteria for NAFCC and NAEYC accreditation.
How much does the Program Cost? All Services are free.
Community Care Licensing, CA Department of Social Services
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National Association for the Education of Young Children
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National Association for Family Child Care
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California Head Start Association
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Regional Center Goals:
- To serve as an advocate for persons with developmental disabilities
- To identify specific client and family needs and to establish a person-centered plan
- To provide the most effective client services, through utilization of community resources
- To assist the community in the prevention and early identification of developmental disabilities
- To assist in the establishment of new and innovative programs and to expand existing community resources
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American Academy of Pediatrics
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Information regarding allergies, cigarette and tobacco issues, drug addiction, disease and disease prevention, immunization, and general, dental and mental health. Information available in Spanish at www.cdc.gov/spanish.
Consumer Product Safety Commission
Consumer and business information, including a library, recall information, public calendar, and keyword search engine.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Establishes protective standards, enforces those standards, and reaches out to employers and employees through technical assistance and consultation programs.
USDA - Child and Adult Food Program (CCACFP)
CCACFP plays a vital role in improving the quality of day care for children and elderly adults by making care more affordable for many low-income families.
Through CACFP, more than 3.2 million children and 112,000 adults receive nutritious meals and snacks each day as part of the day care they receive.
See how CACFP can make a difference in the quality of your program! Whether you are a provider in your home, at a day care center, in an after school care program, or in an emergency shelter, you will find many useful resources for serving nutritious meals and snacks.
California Child Care Health Program
This website will introduce you to our projects and services. It also provides a wealth of resources you may download free or order for a small charge. Our materials are designed to be distributed and used in a variety of settings by both professionals and families.