Provincial Child Care Resource and Referral Programs’ Highlights

Child Care Benefit Assistance
Child Care Referrals
Training Opportunities
Training Participants
Resource Library Borrowers
Support Visits to Child Care Programs
Community Referrals

Child Care Links

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    • BC Housing’s role is to assist British Columbians in greatest need of affordable and appropriate housing by providing options along the continuum.

    • Committed to providing Canadians with the very best in early learning and child care knowledge and best practices.

    • Child Care Map Find licensed child care providers in B.C. – look up information about the programs and services they offer, or see which locations are accepting more children.
    • A voluntary organization of interested citizens – parents, child care providers, community organizations, and unions formed to promote and support quality community-based child care services that benefit children, families and the public and in the best interests of society.

  • A place where people can find hope and direction when they are the most vulnerable and in need… A community of caring individuals who believe there’s more to social services than providing programs.

    • Training information and information regarding the requirements for a licence to practice as an ECE.

  • Province wide, nonprofit organization open to both professionals and students working or studying in the school age child care field.

  • South Island Child This website aims to connect parents, caregivers and service providers on Southern Vancouver Island with tools and resources to help children get the best possible start in life.
    • Provides health care to people on Vancouver Island, on the islands of the Georgia Strait, and in the mainland communities between Powell River and Rivers Inlet.

    • The VNFC mandate is to encourage and promote the well-being of Urban Aboriginal People, by strengthening individuals, family, and community.

    • Provides information, referrals, training and resources to families, individuals and organizations who are seeking the best care and early learning for children.