Child Care Services in Santa Barbara, CA
Comprehensive list of Santa Barbara, California child care providers - day care centers, nannies, babysitters, kindergartens and preschools. Read unbiased reviews. Get a quote.
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We believe kids are the world's most precious resource. Raise them in righteousness today, and they will lead in righteousness tomorrow. To that end, Las Posas Children's Center was established, and exists today, to support families in raising their kids with high moral values and strong character.
Please take the time to look around. Feelin' Froggie Family Daycare is committed to delivering a warm and stimulating environment for your child. Our tiny, intimate program gives yur child the attention they deserve.
Hi and welcome to Little Toddlers Daycare in Oxnard. We are licensed as a tiny family home daycare. Our mission is to supply the highest possible service for your child, in a safe family home environment to expand and learn for the years to come.
CDR is committed to helping kids and families in Ventura County. It takes only a several minutes to make a tax-deductible contribution. Looking to find out more about CDR's Head Start program for 0 to 5-year old kids? See how this comprehensive program can assist supply your kids with the necessary education and special services, and aid get them moving in the correct direction.
Sally's Residential Care Home provides quality assisted living care for seniors in the Camarillo, CA area. We have nurses on call 24/7 and have over 30 years of combined nursing experience.
Pacific Camps is a non-profit agency serving the child care requirements of Ventura County Camarillo, Oxnard, Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley and Ventura families since 1988. The camp runs a Before and After School program and a Summer Day Camp for kids ages 4-12 years.
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