- What is the best way to search?
- Select just one or a few of the available search terms. You will be able to filter your search on the Results screen.
- Where can I find the definitions of the facility types?
- The definitions for the facility types can be found on the Glossary page.
- I am looking for Foster Family Homes. Why can't I find them.
- The publication of names and addresses of Foster Family Homes is restricted by law and considered confidential.
- Why can't I find the addresses for Small Family Child Care homes (less than 8 children)?
- Because these are Child Care providers’ homes, the publication of addresses is restricted. To find Small Family Child Care home providers in your area, contact the Resource and Referral Network or call 1-800-KIDS-793. The Network can also assist you in searching for the right child care for your child and can provide you with addresses of facilities in your area.
- Why can’t I see or search on street addresses for Large Family Child Care Homes?
- For Large Family Child Care Homes, you can still search using the City, Zip and County options. To obtain the address of a Large Family Child Care Home, please contact either the State Licensing Office, the Resource and Referral Network or call 1-800-KIDS-793.
- Why can’t I find the addresses for the following 24 Hour Residential Care Facilities for Children such as Group Homes, Out-of-State Group Homes and Community Treatment Facilities?
- The addresses were removed from this website in an effort to protect the safety and wellbeing of clients served by these facilities. Information regarding facilities posted on the website can be obtained by contacting the local State Licensing Office. To view a list of licensing offices by clicking on the following link: http://ccld.ca.gov/contact.htm
- Why can’t I get a list of Small Family Child Care homes?
- Information related to Small Family Child Care homes is restricted by law. Small Family Child Care home information is available to provide consumer information to parents with children in care and to parents seeking child care from a local child care home.
- What is a Home Care Organization?
- A Home Care Organization is a CDSS licensed entity that arranges for home care services by an affiliated home care aide to a client. This entity can be an individual who is 18 years of age or older, firm, partnership, corporation, Limited Liability Company, joint venture, association, etc.
- How often is the data updated?
- The data is updated weekly.
Questions about this website contact:
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This CCLD Facility Search website has been compiled to provide the public with important information regarding facilities licensed by the Community Care Licensing Division of the California Department of Social Services. Every effort has been made to ensure that the data provided is accurate and up-to-date. However, in our quickly changing environment, the information may become stale and inaccurate at any point in time. Therefore, this information should serve as an initial point of inquiry regarding the status of licensed facilities. Additional information about a particular facility is available from the appropriate licensing office.
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