Interview: The Child Care Access Initiative Could Be Beneficial for Both Parents and Employers Alike


Angie Dillon-Shore of First Five Sonoma County, explains what her organization does, details the initiative and what it encompasses, talks to the research that shows over time that providing child care helps productivity and wellness, the idea of co-op child care for multiple businesses, and what employers and employees can do to moving forward:



If you’re an employer who would like to discuss child care for your workplace, call Anonda Sweet at the Santa Rosa Metro Chamber of Commerce at: (707) 636-3662.

If you’re a parent who would like to discuss child care, contact the Community Child Care Council of Sonoma County