Working to build a stronger future for children, families, and communities through quality child care resources, education and guidance.
All children have a great start to attaining their full potential through high quality early education and child care experiences.
Welcome to Connections For Children
Celebrating 40 Years of Service
Connections For Children is a non-profit Child Care Resource and Referral agency serving parents, child care providers, and educators. We are the unrivaled child care experts in the Westside and South Bay communities of Los Angeles County. We guide families and child care professionals towards quality services and programs. With 40 years of knowledge and experience, we have increased the quality of child care by influencing public policy, providing referral services for families, and offering professional development to early childhood educators. Connections For Children helps over 3,000 families each year to find quality child care regardless of income.
Find Child Care
Connections For Children helps parents balance the challenges of work and home life. Our caring staff members offer a wealth of free information and resources on child development, parenting, and high quality child care.
Child care is costly. Perhaps we can help your family on the way towards self-sufficiency though our financial assistance subsidies. Take the first step and apply for our Eligibility List to see if you qualify.
Improve your skills and knowledge as an early childhood educator. We offer a breadth of educational training, resources, and expertise for those at all experience levels. Most programs are free.
News & Announcements
This week Louis and John focus on money matters — Gov. Brown's sending $1B to schools...in 2 years, what President Trump's budget means for California and Congress restores Pell grants for summer school. Plus predictions for next week!
No matter what your job is, it’s an chance to connect and come together. If you want to use your work for others, check out four ways you can give back at work.
A closer look at the charter school wars in Los Angeles, in light of the run-off elections on Tuesday for the two remaining undecided seats on the Los Angeles Unified Board of Education.