Promote quality child care services for the community through provider
education and support. Work to promote child and family friendly public
policy at the state and federal levels. Support the diversity of family child care
providers and the children in their care. Establish a cohesive working
relationship with parents, the Department of Social Services (Community Care
Licensing), Child Action, Inc.,Beanstalk and various food programs, local,
state and federal law makers, and the child care associations. Promote the
positive side of family child care to the media by representation at community
events that support the needs of children and families

The Association of Family
Child Care Educators

P.O. BOX 277494
Sacramento, California 95827

The Association of Family
Child Care Educators
Formally know as Family Child Care Providers Inc.
~ Serving Sacramento and its Surrounding Areas since 1974~
New web site as of 1/27/14: myfcce.org  
What is Family Child Care?

Family Child Care is a home-based service where child care is provided in the caregiver’s
home. The home must be licensed according to county and state laws. Family Child Care is
the most preferred type of care for young children, especially infants and toddlers. Many
family child care homes provide high quality programs for preschoolers, school age, and
children with special needs. Family child care is “home-away-from-home” personalized
professional child care.

What is Family Child Care Providers, INC. (FCCP)?

Family Child Care Providers, Inc. (FCCP) is a non-profit professional organization
committed to supporting family child care providers. This association provides support,
professional development, and resources to the community, families, and family child care
providers. Our goal is to build professionalism within the early care and education field and
to assist our members in their efforts to provide quality child care. Regular Membership is to
anyone who either providers family child care or who has an interest in supporting the family
child care field. This Includes family child care providers and assistants, local and state child
care resource and referral agencies, food program sponsors, corporations, parents and
Proud Affiliate's

From Child Action:

As of October 1, 2013 the Sacramento
County Department of Health and Human
Services Family Childcare Home Licensing
Division will no longer be licensing family
child care home providers. The California
Department of Social Services, Community
Care Licensing Division (CDSS-CCL) will be
assuming responsibility of licensure of
family child care homes in Sacramento
County. The Sacramento County DHHS
Family Child Care Home Division will be
closing on September 30, 2013.
CDSS-Community Care Licensing Division
will be sending all licensees a letter
informing them of the licensing
responsibility transferring to CCLD and
they will also provide you with a new
facility number. CAI and CDSS-CCL will be
hosting evening meetings in August and
September to provide family child care
home providers with information and
answer questions. For more information on
this, please visit the state website  
www.ccld.ca.gov or contact the River City
Regional Office of Community Care
Licensing at (916) 263-5744 after August
5th, 2013.