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Tribal Child Care Association of California

Tribal Voice Visit


The Tribal Community Voice Visit is to build trust and establish partnerships that will expand the access and quality of early learning and care for native children and supporting local level systems-building for Tribal Child Care. The objective of this visit is to listen to the community, gather information about the current status of early child care, learn about successes, any gaps in services, and hear about the needs/wishes of the community. We request to document the information shared at the meeting and if appropriate video record some elements of the meeting. The documentation and video will be used, upon review and approval of the tribal community, to raise the voices of the tribal community to local state and federal agencies, share information and gather data to guide our work and support cultural humility.

For more information on our TCCAC Tribal Voice Visit Program
including application process contact us at: info@tribalchildcareca.org


  • How does the tribal community view Tribal Program Quality Improvement? What improvements are seen as needed? How does quality of services fit into the vision of the tribal community?  
  • How does the tribal community see and understand sustainability of services? What are the funding sources? How can they be extended or renewed? What other options might there be for sustainability?  
  • How can the partnership with TCCAC support mutual growth and support? How can TCCAC continue to support the early care needs assessment, planning and implementation of early  cares services for the tribal community. 
  • How can knowledge sharing and collaboration between the state of California and tribal nations build a shared vision, and a partnership for developing, implementing, and sustaining early care services for young children in tribal communities?