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Welcome Spring!

Thank you for visiting our site! We are here to connect families and home child care providers. FCPIC offers support for providers and an awesome referral line for families. Please check out our referral page here.

We are looking to increase our membership to offer parents more choices for child care. Please share what you love about being part of FCPIC with other providers who may be interested in the benefits of joining this association.

The FCPIC April 2016 meeting features Deborah Young and “Keeping your home and business pest free for healthy children”
 on an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) method. IPM protects human health by limiting the risk of exposure to pests, pest allergens and vectorborne diseases, decreasing chemical residues and improving indoor air quality. A healthier environment reduces the number of missed school or work days. IPM uses cost effective and alternative pest management tactics to maintain high quality agricultural crops for food and fiber. IPM reduces human exposure to pesticides, protecting workers, consumers and children. IPM protects ecosystem function and minimizes adverse environmental effects to air, water, plants, soil and wildlife.

There are new regulations regarding Home Occupation Licensing. Please follow the link to learn more: http://www.fcgov.com/building/home-business.php

Estes Park Early Childhood Conference
Saturday, April 25, 2015
YMCA of the Rockies Legett Family/Youth Building
5.5 hours training credit

Cost: $40 per person ($10 for Estes Park attendees)
Discount: $35 per person if payment received by April 13
Lunch, vendors, door prizes included
Keynotes: Jeanette French and Laura Merrill