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!

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. 

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.

Our Contracts

Our collective bargaining agreements define our rates, working conditions, benefits, grievance procedures, and much more. Read our current and past agreements here.

Join Us

As a union of child care providers, we have the people power to improve our communities and our lives. It all starts with union membership. Also, learn about the union difference.

News & Updates

Tell LAUSD: No Cuts to Student Learning & Safety!

May 20th, 2024|All Bargaining Units, LAUSD Bargaining Updates|

Despite more than $6 billion in reserves, LAUSD Superintendent Carvalho and the school board are underfunding our schools. The district is cutting critical positions and programs. Students will pay the price if these cuts go through. LAUSD has the money to fund our schools — they're just refusing to do it. Let Carvalho and the School Board know we won't let them defund public schools. Send them an email demanding they restore school funding and stop the cuts!

A Day After Mother’s Day, City Councilmember Nithya Raman Joined Child Care Providers, Working Moms, and Advocates at Rally to Mark “A Day Without Child Care”

May 13th, 2024|Child Care Providers|

One day after celebrating Mother’s Day, working moms and child care providers rallied to highlight what moms really want - quality, affordable child care. The rally and press conference are part of “A Day [Read more]

Child Care Providers United Training Fund Survey – Tell us what trainings are important to you

February 26th, 2024|Child Care Providers|

 Take 10-15 minutes to share with The Child Care Providers United (CCPU) Training Fund your feedback and suggestions regarding training and development opportunities for child care providers. The survey asks about possible CCPU Training [Read more]

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