Attendance form reminder for child care providers and parents:

  • October attendance forms for our subsidy program are due November 15th

  • Foster Care Bridge attendance forms are due by the 5th of the month. Please remember, scanned copies will not be accepted and only the original forms will be processed.
'Tis the Season!

November Holiday Closure

Our office will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday
Wednesday, November 24th
through Friday, November 26th
Community Resources
For questions and to learn more: Call 916-875-9627
For additional community resource information, contact
2-1-1 Sacramento, a free confidential information and referral service that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Assistance is available in multiple languages, and services are accessible to people with disabilities.

Trained information and referral specialists give personalized help to each caller. Specialists refer callers to a variety of service that best meet their needs.

Call: Dial 2-1-1 or 1-844-546-1464 or 1-916-498-1000
Call 7-1-1 if you are hearing impaired and ask to be connected to 2-1-1
Click the logos above to learn more about local agencies that provide domestic violence services and supports.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This is a time to acknowledge domestic violence survivors and be a voice for its victims. Domestic violence is prevalent in every community, and affects all people regardless of age, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, gender, race, religion, or nationality. Physical violence is often accompanied by emotionally abusive and controlling behavior as part of a larger, systematic pattern of dominance and control.

Domestic violence can result in physical injury, psychological trauma, and even death. The devastating consequences of domestic violence can cross generations and a last a lifetime.

If you are a victim of domestic violence or know someone who is, please contact: the Domestic Violence Hotline at

Children’s Activity 
Fall Nature Walk
Now that the season is changing, take a walk in your neighborhood with your child or family.

Use each sense:

·How does the air feel different than it
did in summer?
·Does it smell different?
·How are the colors different?
·Collect fallen leaves. How do the
different textures feel?
·What does fall sound like? Wind?

Collect fall items such as leaves and sticks to take home and make a fall collage!
The Sacramento County
Workforce Pathways Grant (WPG)
has started!
The 2nd application period begins November 15th! If you are applying for the first time, visit the WPG Application Portal for easy steps to get started.
For questions, visit the WPG Website or contact
Provider Trainings!
Wacky Wednesday Workouts

Looking for a kid-approved activity to get them moving and dancing?

Our new Wacky Wednesday Workouts offer a guided circle time to introduce fun ways to move, followed by an exploratory chat session.

The next live workshop is on November 10th from 9:00am – 10:00am, but you don’t have to wait until then to get started!

Download this “Get Moving Today” calendar for daily activity ideas, and then join us on the 10th!
Trauma Informed Care

Child Action, Inc. invites you to a free virtual workshop in December!

In this two-part workshop, we will define trauma and explore the effect it may have on children’s development, emotion, and behaviors. Participants will leave with strategies to support all children using trauma informed-care practices.

Tuesday, December 7th and 14th
6:00pm – 8:00pm

To register for these events, contact Child Action, Inc. at (916) 369-0191 or email:

Visit our calendar of events on our website to view all of our provider workshops!
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