Mission: The organization operates as an
Programs: U. S. Department of agriculture (usda) child and adult care food program is a contract that serves first as a conduit, whereby home day care providers are reimbursed for providing meals to children under their care based on rates established by the usda. The second part of the contract is an administrative fee that is to cover the administrative costs of the program. The maximum fee amount is set prior to contract award and currently is based on number of homes served.
family day care providers program (fdcp) consists of the family day care providers trust, a joint venture of home day care providers, which is a separate legal entity with its co-agents. The day care providers offer care and early childhood development to children starting at six weeks of age and older. Infant toddler conducts training, certification, marketing, child placement services, billing collection and other administrative services to the joint venture for a percentage of the gross fees
childcare resource and referrals (ccr&r) provides families with information on how to select and monitor child care. They help to connect parents, providers, community leaders and policy makers on the same agenda. Ccr&r helps families find and evaluate child care and provide information on finding assistance for payment of child care services. The program offers technical assistance, training and support while collaborating with others to address issues concerning local early childhood education
provider training & esl offers training and support to prospective child care providers of the family to prospective child care providers of the family