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Here are the agencies in your area which collaborate with the Inclusive Collaborative program. Click on the link to go to their website.
Abilities UnitedAbilities United (formerly C. A. R.) is a not-for-profit organization for people with developmental (Down Syndrome, mental retardation, autism, and cerebral palsy) and other disabilities, who live in the Bay Area. Their Milestones Program offers an inclusive preschool program with an emphasis on individual growth and progress to meet the needs of all children in a developmentally focused inclusive preschool program. Serving children 2-5 years of age, 3 classes available.
Blind Babies Foundation (BBF)BBF is committed to providing excellent Family Centered Services, community activities, and medical support for 0-6 year olds with visual impairments and blindness. As well, we offer tailored trainings for program staff, parent groups and caregivers at our San Jose Family Center.
California Children's ServicesCalifornia Children's Services is a statewide program that coordinates, authorizes, and pays for specialized medical care, equipment, and rehabilitation for children with special health care needs, from birth to 21 years of age. To qualify for services, the child must have a CCS eligible medical condition. Some services require financial eligibility as well.
Child Advocates of Silicon Valley Inc.The mission of Child Advocates is to provide stability and hope to abused and neglected children by being a powerful voice in their lives.
Choices 4 ChildrenIn Santa Clara County, Choices for Children operates three distinct programs: the Child Care Subsidy Program, the Child Care Food Program, Family and Provider Services, including P-TRAC (Provider Training, Resource & Activity Center). Offers a full range of information and support for developing, operating and licensing a quality child care facility, choosing a child care providers and finding financial and family assistance.
City of Milpitas Child Care
The Milpitas Recreation Services Child Care Program is committed to
advocating for quality child care and to supporting and educating child care
providers, parents and the general public within the City of Milpitas.
Services provided include: Milpitas area child care resource and referral,
family child care grant program to support providers, family child care support
group and assistance with general child care questions and issues.
City of Sunnyvale's Youth, Family & Child Care ResourcesTo ensure a high quality of life for youth and families, and address child care needs by facilitating affordable, available, high-quality child care and early education services for children thru age 12; promote a family-friendly environment; and leverage community resources to support youth and families. To support new and potential child care providers, as well as seekers of child care, by providing resource information.
Community Child Care Council (4Cs)The Community Child Care Council of Santa Clara County(4C’s) is a non-profit, community-based agency that provides a variety of comprehensive services and serves as the community child care link for families and child care professionals who live and work in Santa Clara County, California.
De Anza Community CollegeThe Child Development and Education Division instructional programs serve over 3,000 students each year who are either entering the early care profession or upgrading their skills while working in the field. The department offers Certificate Programs and an Associate Degree Program designed to prepare students to work in a variety of early care settings.
E3 InstituteThe purpose of the E3 Institute Advancing Excellence in Early Education (formerly known as the Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development) is to support and strengthen early childhood professional development through education, recruitment, and financial incentives.
Fiesta EducativaProvides conferences to Spanish speaking families who have children with disabilities.
FIRST 5FIRST 5 Santa Clara County is a public entity that provides thought leadership, creates awareness, funds, advocates and educates on the healthy development of children prenatal through age 5, while enriching the lives of families and supporting communities and local agencies.
Friends of Children with Special NeedsTo help children with special needs and their families find hope, love, respect, and support through integrated community involvement.
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