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    Check out the DUNS and EIDL Videos!

    Check out this short video (it's a fast and dirty walk through of how to first search to find out if you have a DUNS number -- if you have one, you will get an email within a few minutes -- and then either update (if needed) or if you don't have one you can start a new one). 88 Our short video: https://recordings.join.
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    Download: LOAN AUTHORIZATION AND AGREEMENT (1).pdf

    CF Child Care -- A Safety Plan for 2 Classrooms "how to" and Template

    Whether you don't have time or energy to "recreate the wheel" or you are struggling with getting approved .... this document is for you. A suggestion to help you get your submission to your licensing specialist and get it approved. Tweak it as you need to.
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    Download: Safety Plan template for COVID.docx , Safety Plan template for COVID.pdf


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  • Looking for a Union Child Care Provider?

    This is a state-wide list of child care providers who are members of --  

    AFSCME Oregon Child Care Providers Together.

    Disclaimer: For legal reasons, Oregon AFSCME Council 75 and Oregon Child Care Providers Together cannot officially endorse or recommend a child care provider. Providers listed on our website are for informational purposes only and NO endorsement, recommendation nor is guarantee of quality or services is implied or given.

    By legal definition, each provider that is a member of AFSCME-CCPT is licensed, designated either registered or certified by the State of Oregon, Office of Child Care under the Early Learning Division.

    Providers have provided their emails and/or websites, available to you here through links under each individual. Check back for updates and other important information on finding a union child care provider.

    If you need more information, please contact our website administrators by using the "Contact Us" tab to the left.

    *Multnomah County Employees -- An enhanced list is available under Portland Metro. Please contact MultCo Benefits if you need further assistance.*


    Aug 26, 2016
    This summary comes from a research report from the Center for the Developing Child at Harvard University. At the same time, personal ideas about quality child care can vary depending on values, beliefs and cultural or social context and also on who is making the judgment. Included at the bottom of the article are links to many resources parents and child care consumers will find extremely helpful.
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    Nov 01, 2017
    Southwestern Oregon: Including the Counties of Coos, Curry, Josephine, Jackson and Douglas (Providers are listed by zip code. Zip codes are arranged in numerical order from least to greatest) Looking for Infant & Toddler Care (I/T care)? Look next to the business name. Looking for Nights or Weekends? For a quick reference look next to the business name.
    Feb 16, 2017
    Bend/Redmond Metro Region: Including the Counties of Deschutes and Crook  (Providers are listed by zip code. Zip codes are arranged in numerical order from least to greatest) Looking for Infant & Toddler Care (I/T care)? Look next to the business name. Looking for Nights or Weekends? For a quick reference look next to the business name.
    Sep 21, 2016
    Advertise your open spots in your child care program on our website. You MUST be a member in-good-standing to post your availability and advertise your business here.  Simply complete the attached form and then scan and email it or take a pic with your smartphone (make sure it is good quality and readable) and then text it to Anneliese.
    Download: Business Information Form.pdf , Business Information Form.Mult CCPT Spanishdocx (1).pdf



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