CCCI’s Mission Statement is a testament to the value placed on its Community Partnerships to ensure the ability to meet the diverse needs of the families in our community.

CCCI is proud to offer expanded services and program enrichment to the children and families we serve as a result of these partnerships. Some of these include:

  • Enhanced social services to Early/Head Start eligible families enrolled in full-day CCCI classrooms
  • Part-day infant/toddler early care and education services to parenting teens attending classes as part of Stockton Unified School District’s Cal-Safe Program at the Stockton School for Adults
  • Support services for kinship providers---those raising children who are not their own---in the 95206 area
  • Advocacy for children and families through membership in organizations such as the California Child Development Administrators Association (CCDAA) and the Professional Association for Childhood Education (PACE)
  • Accreditation of multiple centers by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
  • Ongoing infant/toddler staff training and certification through the Program for Infant and Toddler Caregivers (PITC)
  • Resource and referral services to faculty, staff, and students of the University of the Pacific (UOP) through the Pacific Child Care Referral Program
  • Part-day State-funded Preschool as well as Preschool For All classes funded through First 5 San Joaquin located on multiple elementary school campuses throughout Manteca Unified School District (MUSD)
  • Enhanced literacy opportunities at multiple sites through the Bring Me a Book Foundation