Find the resources on campus and in our community to help you care for your family when you are away.
SCC Child Development Center
The Child Development Center is an affordable childcare option (ages 3 to 5) for eligible SCC students and Los Rios employees. There are also limited openings for families and community members who would pay full/partial cost.
It is a hands-on learning environment for SCC students enrolled in Child Development and Early Childhood Education courses.
Local Community Family Support
- Child Action, Inc.
- Offers a free referral service to all parents living and working in Sacramento County, regardless of income. They also maintain the “Childcare Eligibility List” (or CEL) for subsidized child care programs in Sacramento County.
- Current or former CalWORKs cash aid recipients are eligible to receive assistance with paying for child care with a provider of their choice, if they are employed or participating in county approved Welfare-to-Work activities.Pregnant and parenting teens in the Cal-Learn program are also eligible to receive CalWORKs child care.
- Child care is provided for children through the age of 12, and for exceptional needs and severely disabled children up to age 21.
- See also SCC CalWORKs program.
- The City of Sacramento and its non-profit partners have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for youth and adults. These include short-term as well as on-going activities.
- Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center - Support Groups
- Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center - Toolkit
- Grandparents Raising Children (‘Kinship Care)
- Grandparents and other relatives step up and fill an important gap for millions of children, enabling them to heal and thrive. Lilliput is here to support “kin” families in their journey.
Elderly Care Videos
Note: Sacramento City College does not endorse any particular private resource listed. We encourage you to review each resource carefully and choose services that best meet the needs of your family.