Jefferson County Child Care Association is a professional non-profit organization that supports, enhances and promotes licensed family home child care providers in Jefferson County, Colorado. We advocate for quality care and early education by assisting providers in their efforts and providing valuable training and resources.
Who are we?
Jefferson County Child Care Association (JCCCA) is an active association that strongly supports providers, enhances and promotes professionalism among child care providers through education, networking, and many valuable resources and activities.
JCCCA Makes a Difference!
Jefferson County Child Care Association and its members care deeply about our children, their families and the licensed family child care providers that provide care for them in our community.
Membership is open to all licensed Home Child Care Providers and Child Care Advocates throughout the community. JCCCA members strive to offer high quality programs for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, school-age children and children with special needs.
Free Quality Improvement Funds Available for You!
Register Online for a New Quality Certificate Jointly sponsored by CAFCC, Mile High United Way, & Qualistar.
“Colorado Shines”….More Grants Available
Colorado Shines QRIS is a method to assess, enhance and communicate the level of quality in early education and care for all licensed providers in Colorado. This system provides standardized criteria for all child care providers in Colorado to be rated for quality, and provides incentives and supports to providers that wish to raise the level of quality care available at their facility.
“Child Care Providers are Champions for Children”
On August 14th, Sue’s Crew Family Child Care organized a lemonade stand to raise money for Jeremias Moya and his family. Jeremias was in Sue’s child care from ages 3 to 6. He was 9 years old at the time of the lemonade stand event. Jeremias was diagnosed with a brain stem tumor in October, 2014. His tumor was a fast growing tumor. No children had ever survived this type of brain cancer.
So, Sue and her child care parents wanted to do something to help out. With the help of Lakewood police and West Metro Fire Department, the news got out throughout the community. We were able to raise over $1,400.00 for this family.
Sooner than we expected, Jeremias passed away on August 25th, just 1 ½ weeks after the lemonade stand event. This lemonade stand event started off small, grew into a very large event and touched so many people. The donations were amazing from people that we didn’t even know. I know Jeremias felt everyone’s love. We will miss him.