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Child Care Providers

FAMILY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS

As members of Child Care Providers United-SEIU Local 99, a joint partnership between SEIU Local 99, SEIU Local 521, and AFSCME-UDW 3930, we’re coming together across California to improve our profession and ensure every child has access to quality early learning and care. A union means we have a strong voice and a seat at the table with the state of California to negotiate reimbursement rates and working conditions, including changes to rules, payment systems, access to affordable care, and more!

FAMILY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS

As members of Child Care Providers United-SEIU Local 99, a joint partnership between SEIU Local 99, SEIU Local 521, and AFSCME-UDW 3930, we’re coming together across California to improve our profession and ensure every child has access to quality early learning and care. A union means we have a strong voice and a seat at the table with the state of California to negotiate reimbursement rates and working conditions, including changes to rules, payment systems, access to affordable care, and more!

WORKSHOPS & EVENTS 

Looking to develop or strengthen skills? Attend a training on Licensing, CPR/First Aid, Marketing Strategies and more! We also come together for celebrations like Mother’s Day and Provider Appreciation Day. 

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PROVIDER RESOURCES

Get all the resources and information you need to help your child care business and your kids succeed. If you need additional help with work-related issues, tap the Get Help button.

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FACEBOOK COMMUNITY

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GET INVOLVED

As a union of child care providers, we have the people power to improve our communities and our lives. It all starts with you getting involved.

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Working People Made a Difference in Election 2020

November 10th, 2020|

From the Presidential race to statewide propositions to local school board races and the contest for Los Angeles District Attorney, essential workers voted in numbers like never before in this election ... and we made a difference for public education, safety and justice in our communities, good jobs for working people and a movement toward greater racial and economic justice.

Education Happens Here: Family Child Care Providers, Parents, and Community Leaders Demand CA Support Early Educators While Distance Learning Members of SEIU Local 99/Child Care Providers United gathered on October 15 in Van Nuys to call on Governor Gavin Newsom to help them keep their doors open to support our children as we continue distance learning.

October 19th, 2020|

More than 5,200 family child care providers have closed their doors since COVID-19 struck. Since school began, providers are also absorbing tremendous costs to support distance learning, including purchasing desks, computers, ink, and more to ensure no student is left behind. Yet, they are essentially facing a wage cut from the state. Enough is enough!

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Child Care Providers across California are coming together to improve our profession and ensure every child has access to quality early learning and care. Join the movement by becoming a member of Child Care Providers United and SEIU Local 99.
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AB 378

Child Care For All

AB 378, the Building a Better Early Care and Education System Act, was signed into law September 30, 2019. The law allows California’s 40,000 child care providers to negotiate with the state as one group, for improvements to the early childhood education system including our pay, and the terms and conditions of our work. Learn more about Child Care Providers United – SEIU Local 99’s campaign that lead to it’s passage.

Child Care Providers United – SEIU Local 99 Newsletter

Winter 2020

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