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September 29, 2022

October Training Calendar and "September Director's Meeting Coffee Connections" from the Child Care Health Consultants

October Health & Safety Training Calendar, and "September Director's Meeting Coffee Connections" from the Child Care Health Consultants

September 20, 2022

Child Care Facilities Improvement Program

The Child Care Facilities Improvement Program provides grants to New Jersey child care providers for facilities improvements that will contribute to high quality early childhood learning environments. 

September 12, 2022

NJEDA Grant

NJEDA will be hosting a 90-minute webinar to give a program overview, walk participants through the application, and share resources on how to best prepare to apply.

July 27, 2022

Prevention and Mitigation of Common Infectious Illnesses in Childcare Centers and Schools

Join NJDOH Communicable Disease Service’s DSH team to learn about some of the most common diseases in childcares and schools.

July 15, 2022

Open-Ended Materials for a Universal Design Approach to Teaching Multilingual Learners

At this time of year stores start showing an amazing array of inexpensive products that can be used to add multiple languages to your early childhood environment.

July 12, 2022

COVID-19 Public Health Recommendations for K-12 Schools, Childcare and Youth Camps

This guidance is based on what is currently known about the transmission and severity of COVID-19 and is subject to change as additional information becomes available. These recommendations pertain to youth camps, early care and education (ECE) programs, childcare, preschools, and K-12 schools.

July 5, 2022

COVID-19 Public Education Campaign

An initiative to increase confidence in COVID-19 vaccines and reinforce basic prevention measures

July 1, 2022

Union Resource Net

Resources for Children and Families in Union County, NJ

June 28, 2022

Research Highlights; Key Factors that influence families’ search for childcare and early education

This highlight draws key findings from two reports focused on families’ search for child care and states’ efforts to provide parents with consumer education to help inform their child care search process

June 27, 2022

PBS News Hour Child Care Segments

If you are interested in viewing the PBS series on Child Care, please click on "Click Here"

April 4, 2022

Provider Notice - Attendance and Enrollment Data Collection Study

Attendance and Enrollment Data Collection Study

March 09, 2022

Notice of Family Child Care Provider Grow NJ Kids Tiered Reimbursement Rates

Registered Family Child Care Rates

March 07, 2022

March 4th, 2022 updated guidance from the Department of Children and Families

The Child Care Health Consultants would like to share the March 4th, 2022 updated guidance from the Department of Children and Families.

The Child Care Health Consultants are available to support health & safety in our child care community in New Jersey. Please contact us at cchc@cjfhc.org or at 1-888-999-1780 for non-urgent assistance.

January 05, 2022

2022-2023 COVID-19 Family Differential Payment Acknowledgement Form

Attention Child Care Providers: Please note that the 2022 Family Differential Payment Acknowledgement Form is Due back to Community Coordinated Child Care within 30 days of receipt.

This form must be completed for each family who utilize the State’s subsidy program.

Upon completion, you may Email the form to ccccforms@ccccunion.org or

Mail it to the address below.

Community Coordinated Child Care of Union County

2 City Hall Plaza 3rd Floor

Rahway, NJ 07065

January 04, 2022

Resources for food banks/pantries, and information on meals for infants, children and families

A comprehensive list of resources for food and meals as organized by the group “Hunger Free New Jersey”.  Note that the 2-1-1 Directory has six options listed and these include “home-delivered meals” (see “Older Adults” and “Individuals with Disabilities”) and Formula/Baby Food (see “Immediate Food” and “Infants and Children” ).