California Communities: Are you using the Community Care Licensing Division (CCLD) website to your advantage?

California Communities: Are you using the Community Care Licensing Division (CCLD) website to your advantage?

  • How can I find other facilities in my city?
  • Where can I get licensing forms?
  • What is the phone number to my local Community Care Licensing Division (CCLD)?

These are a few of the many questions we hear from providers around the state of California. Are you maximizing your usage of CCLD’s website? Don’t let your fear of technology hold you back from utilizing a fantastic resource provided by CCLD. Simply log onto http://www.ccld.ca.gov and you can find many of the following documents:

The Community Education staff is familiar in navigating through this site, so feel free to contact our office for any further assistance at (800) 321-1727.

9 Responses to “California Communities: Are you using the Community Care Licensing Division (CCLD) website to your advantage?”

  1. Thank you for this blog site. This is so very useful as I am going to be starting a RCFE and I need to keep these important regulations in the front of our planning. I hope that you will archive all of these these blogs for reference later.

    Again THANK YOU for this!!!

    Leah Champion

  2. Leah,
    So happy to hear you are finding these blogs useful. Please don’t hesitate to call if you would like to discuss some of the many services we can provide your RCFE. We look forward to hearing from you in the future.

    Ed Garza

  3. Leah,
    As Ed mentioned, we are so happy to hear that you are enjoying the blog. In response to your question about arvhices…all of the blog articles are archived. If you look at the right side of this page, you will see a list of archives by month.

  4. Congratulations to you guys for all your concerted efforts to put up this blog site. We know that lots of people will benefit from this endeavour. We can expect response on inquiries easier and faster; thus, making our task more productive and fruitful. Good job! Thank you and God bless, Elena Veal

  5. Congratulations, for this blog is really helful specially for us who just stays home for I`ve been a caregiver since 2000 and right now I`m managing this business. Where I`m working! It`s an easy access to be open and communicate with everybody! Thank you and more power with you guys!

  6. Estelita,
    Thank you for your comment, we hope to have providers throughout the state provide feedback to all blogs. This can really be a great networking tool for all.
    Ed Garza

  7. Estelita,

    I am currently involved in the group home under DCFS, can you please provide me some information on how to get started with Assisted and Independent Living in the LA County if it’s open with any Regional Centers?

  8. I AM STARTING AN INDEPENDENT LIVIN FACILITY IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY AND NOT SURE IF NEED A LICENSE.I BELIEVE NOT SO PLEASE COMMENT ON THIS MATTER.ALSO WHAT ARE BEST AVAIL
    SOURCES TO OBTAIN CLIENTS AND TIPS TO GET STARTED .THANKS
    SHAWN ASEF

  9. Hello I am interested in opening up a shelter for battered women and there children how do i go about getting funding for this type of program. I been Blessed with some property and would really like to start a business, Please if someone could give me some advice on how to get started with tis project.

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