Community Coordinated Care for Children, Inc. (4C) sponsors the Child Care Food Program (CCFP) in Orange, Osceola, Polk, and Seminole counties. The program is federally funded and regulated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). In Florida, the Department of Health Bureau of Child Care Programs administers the program. Child care centers, Head Start sites, and licensed family child care home providers are eligible to participate. Centers with a current religious accreditation certificate are also able to apply.
The CCFP helps fight hunger and obesity by reimbursing eligible centers and home providers for serving healthy meals that meet the CCFP meal requirements to children in their care. Providers sponsored by 4C have access to nutrition resources, training, and technical assistance.
CCFP is helping children to form healthy habits that will last a lifetime. If you are a child care center or licensed family child care home and would like more information about the Child Care Food Program sponsored by 4C, call 407-532-4234.
Due to the threat of Coronavirus COVID 19, all in-person Child Care Food Program training are canceled indefinitely. Please e-mail Janet Bond, CCFP Trainer, at jbond@4Cflorida.org to arrange for online classes.
Food Program Orientation for Centers Training
Child care centers interested in partnering with the 4C Child Care Food Program will need the Owner or the Director to attend orientation training.
Food Program Orientation for Home Providers
Licensed child care home providers interested in becoming part of the Child Care Food Program will need to register for orientation.
Download WIC flyer in English, Spanish, and Creole, click here
Building for the Future
Document to be displayed that states “This facility participates in the Child Care Food Program (CCFP), a Federal program that provides healthy meals and snacks to children child care settings.” Download display document in English, Spanish or Creole
Supplement C: Encourage Healthful Foods
Provider handbook for the child and adult care food program that offers nutrition and wellness tips for young children. Download handbook in English
More helpful links
- ChooseMyPlate.gov, click
- Food recalls, market withdrawals and alerts, click
- Florida Department of Health/Child Care Food Program, click
- Information on food and nutrition for children, click
- Federal food safety information, click
- Vetted food and nutrition information from federal government, click
- Approved Formula List, click