Rio Hondo College Child Development Center
Rio Hondo College has provided a program for children since the 1960s. The program was originally located off campus and supported mostly from funding provided by the Associated Student Body (ASB). In 1996 the program moved to its current on campus location at the Child Development Center.
Currently the Pre-School Laboratory located in the Child Development Center building contracts with the State Department of Education to provide a California State Preschool program for low income families. Families who do not meet the income criteria may participate in the program by paying a fee.
The center has:
- Four classrooms & Two large playgrounds
- Onsite parking for child drop off and pick up
- Breakfast, lunch and snack are prepared and served on site.
- A classroom for community college students behind the playground
More information can be obtained by calling the Child Development Center directly at (562) 908-3494 or by visiting our website at http://www.riohondo.edu/behavioral-and-social-sciences/child-development-center/
Mexican American Opportunity Foundation
Mexican-American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) the nation’s largest Latino-serving social service organization, has been helping children and families since 1963.
401 N. Garfield Ave. Montebello, CA
Options provides a coordinated, interdisciplinary network of quality, professionally delivered early care and education services for children and families living in the San Gabriel Valley area of Los Angeles County. Options is dedicated to meeting the needs of its clients in a holistic manner, with personalized services provided by staff who genuinely care about the well being and growth of the children and parents they serve.
Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc., Head Start/State Preschool Program
Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc., Head Start/State Preschool Program was established in 1965 and currently operates 30 centers and 5 Family Child Care Providers strategically located in Los Angeles County, from East Los Angeles, North East to South East Los Angeles, and San Gabriel Valley. The program offers education, family and community partnerships, health, mental health, disabilities, and nutrition services to more than 2,500 of children and their families.
6440 Paramount Blvd. Pico Rivera, CA
Parents’ Place Family Resource and Empowerment Center
The Parents’ Place provides information and education to improve knowledge so parents, caregivers, and professionals can become empowered, allowing them to advocate for their children more effectively. Serving the San Gabriel and Pomona valleys, we are committed to supporting and enhancing family focused services in a parent driven atmosphere for families who have children with special needs, 0-22 years of age. Programs and Services are funded in part by the California Department of Developmental Services, California Department of Educations, and by private donors in our community.
Visit us at: http://www.parentsplacefrc.com/
1500 S Hyacinth Ave Suite B
West Covina, CA 91791
Office: (626) 919-1091
Fax: (626) 919-2784
WarmLine: (800) 442-2022
Hours: Monday -Friday: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
2nd & 4th Saturday of the Month: 9:00 am- 1:00 pm