The Cabrillo College Children's Center offers child care services on campus for children 5 month old to five years of age and in our own network of family child care homes for children zero to three years of age located in both mid and south county.
The California Department of Educati...[Full Record]
6500 Soquel Drive, Building 1500-B
Encompass Community Services, a California 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, has been serving Santa Cruz County since 1973.
Encompass is a nonprofit organization with about 40 programs county-wide providing services in behavioral health, family and social well-being, early childhood...[Full Record]
The CDRC enriches the overall health and vitality of our community by sharing expertise and resources with a child's first teachers - families and the providers who care for and educate children outside the home. CDRC is one of the major sources of information regarding supply, demand and ...[Full Record]
For over 120 years, Children's Home Society of California (CHS) has adapted to the changing needs of children and families. Since 1891, CHS has worked diligently to protect our community's children and strengthen their families through diverse programs and services.
CHS provides a varie...[Full Record]
Encompass Community Services (formerly Santa Cruz Community Counseling Center), a California 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, has been serving Santa Cruz County since 1973.
At Encompass Community Services we provide our community with a wide range of services related to family & social ...[Full Record]
First 5 Santa Cruz County invests in health, early learning and family support to promote the well-being of children. A growing body of scientific evidence points to the economic and societal impacts of wise investments in the early years. First 5 Santa Cruz County is dedicated to giving ...[Full Record]
4450 Capitola Road Suite 106
PO Box: 1457
Santa Cruz County CEL is here to support families in need of subsidized child development services countywide. A change in State funding means that now a CEL is no longer mandatory in each county and that contractors may now keep their own waiting lists. Our local Santa Cruz County Centra...[Full Record]
More than 150 years ago, the citizens of California, through the State Constitution and State Legislature created a three-level system of public education. While regulations, funding, and fundamental policies are established at the State level, the day-to-day delivery of instruction is the...[Full Record]
"The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that disabled students between birth and twenty-two years of age, or until high school graduation, be provided with all educational and related services needed to receive a free appropriate education (FAPE). Disabled students...[Full Record]
Our Early Education centers provide a child-centered emergent curriculum with a focus on learning through play and exploration. The curriculum encompasses activities that support the child's growth in the following domains: social, emotional, physical and intellectual. The staff of the ce...[Full Record]