Home visitors work with parents of children 0-5 years on their child's learning and development. Weekly in-home parenting and child development education, socializations and field trips, referrals to community resources, and services for children with disabilities.
Promoting socio-emotional, cognitive and physical development, our child care program provides services through our contracts with state-licensed day care homes. Our staff visit regularly to monitor the progress of the community children in the daycare centers.
Serving children ages 3 - 5 years, Barrio Logan Child Development Center is committed to fostering physical, cognitive, emotional and social development by developing and providing high quality child development services that offer an enriching and nurturing educational environment.
We aim to improve the health and eating habits of children enrolled in our daycare home network. More than 7,000 children are served healthy meals every day through our network of 850+ licensed daycare homes in San Diego, Orange County and Riverside County.Learn More
We manage 9 apartment complexes with more than 300 units - 6 for individuals and families, 3 for seniors. All rents are below market rate, making the apartments very affordable.Learn More
The Chicano Federations Women’s Small Business Development Program is a childcare training program that provides women with the skills and resources to start a home-based childcare business through an eight-week course that prepares them for the states licensing requirements.
Often, women from diverse communities struggle to find ways to provide for their families and to meet the increasing living costs. At the same time, many parents of young children struggle to find quality affordable childcare. The goal of this program is to provide women with a unique opportunity to start their own business, while helping families in need of affordable childcare.
The Chicano Federation Community Resource Center aims to provide additional much-needed services to families and individuals within the community. Our staff can offer free, individualized, and meaningful assistance to support in navigating community resources and referrals. A limited amount of clothing, food, diapers, and other essential items are available on-site. To receive assistance please call us at (619) 285-5600. To make a direct referral, please fill out the form, scan, and send to ResourceCenter@chicanofederation.orgDownload Referral Form