Community Coordinated Child Care of Union County is a not for profit resource and referral agency. We attempt to meet the wide range of needs families face as they raise young children. We believe that all families should have good child care that they can afford. CCCC works with parents, community, business, and government. CCCC helps parents find services to help them. The agency helps the early childhood centers and family child care providers by giving training and other help to improve their programs.
It is CCCC’s policy to see that client records are kept as confidential as possible. All client information received by CCCC staff is handled in strict confidence. It is shared only on a need to know basis.
The names given by CCCC are referrals of people who take care of children. They may or may not meet your child care needs. We cannot guarantee information about any provider. We do not license, or recommend any one provider. We can’t be sure that all give quality care. You should visit more than one provider to see what is best for your family then you should decide for yourself if any fits your needs. Please feel free to call us if you need more referrals, or have any questions.
All complaints about possible child abuse or neglect should be reported to the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P), formerly known as DYFS, at 1-877-NJ ABUSE or 1-877-652-2873.
When visiting licensed centers, if you notice something that causes you concern, we urge you to call the Office of Licensing at 1-877-667-9845.
Any concerns or complaints about registered family child care providers, call CCCC at (973) 923-1433 ext. 116.
If you are a parent and believe you were unjustly terminated from the New Jersey Cares for Kids child care subsidy program, please direct all correspondence to CCCC of Union County, (Attn: Program Manager). You will be provided with information on how to appeal.
If you have a complaint regarding CCCC of Union County program or service, you can also call the agency’s main number (973-923-1433) and ask to be connected to the Program Manager.
The referrals given by CCCC are free.