Program areas at Childrens Home Society of California
Early learning and education programs: assists low-income parents in achieving self-sufficiency by providing subsidized child care to eligible families while they work, seek work, attend school, or participate in job training; promotes quality child care by providing resources and training to child care providers; and provides education and resources to parents. Chs provided services to 14,165 children and 8,141 families utilizing 2,955 child care providers in the community. Chs responded to 10,509 requests for child care, provided 36,837 units of technical assistance, and trained 1,315 parents and child care providers at workshops.
Family education services: provides educational brochures and other resources in multiple languages to parents, caregivers, child care providers, agencies, schools and other service providers to assist parents and other caregivers with their common child development and parenting concerns. In the fiscal year 2021, chs distributed 270,250 units of educational materials. 312 agencies, schools, and other service providers requested and received materials from chs.
Post adoption services: provides information and services to adoptees, birth parents, and adoptive parents who have been involved in a chs adoption. Chs received and responded to over 862 inquiries.