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- General Child Care (CCTR) Program
General Child Care (CCTR) Program
Claire Brown Site (CBC) 305 S. Euclid Street La Habra, CA 90631
(562) 383- 4250
Hours of Operation: 6:15AM – 6:00PM
Angela Marceau, Program Specialist
Nancy Vasquez, Lead Teacher
Diana Arreola, Family Services Coordinator
The La Habra Child Development Division incorporated the "School-Age Program" with the express purpose of providing quality daycare service to working parents. The School-Age Program exists for the purpose of promoting, supporting and enhancing children’s development. Before and After School Care & Year-round with "full-day" service during winter, spring, and summer. We collaborate with the La Habra City School District as they provide transportation to and from our sites. The sites open at 6:15 a.m. and close promptly at 6:00 p.m. The program runs year-round with "full- day" service and operates a minimum of 246 days per fiscal school year.
Note: Due to the La Habra City School District Transportation availability, children may be assigned to another school within the district that may not be the child’s home school to participate in the program.
Family Child Care Home
215 N. Euclid Street, La Habra, CA 90631
Office Hours: 7:30AM – 4:30PM
Donna Linn, Program Specialist
Diana Arreola, Family Service Coordinator
A subsidized family child care system is a network of family child care homes that receives funding from an umbrella agency. These family child care homes (FCCH) receive technical assistance, access to materials, resources and support services from their agency. This partnership between agencies, caregivers and families offer an option for children to be cared for in a family home environment.
The purpose of the City of La Habra Family Child Care Program is to provide quality child care in a home setting to children ages six weeks to three years while their parents are working, in training or meeting some other need for services as approved by the California Department of Education. Each child receives individual attention, encouragement, support and guidance in an effort to provide the necessary experiences and opportunities for the development of his/her fullest potential. Sensitivity to each child’s needs, abilities, and cultural background is at the core of our program. Because of this high respect and commitment to individuality, the program provides developmental, cultural and linguistic experiences appropriate to all ages served. Operating hours are based on need and each Family Child Care Provider’s individual schedule and operates a minimum of 250 days per fiscal school year.