Tracy Infant Ctr Inquiry
|12222 Cuesta Dr.
Cerritos, CA 90703
(Between Cuesta & Norwalk)
(562) 229 – 7762
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday
7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Thank you for your interest in the Tracy Infant Center Program (CCTR).
Due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic
the Child Development office is temporarily closed.
ABC Unified School District schools are closed until further notice. This decision to close schools for the rest of the school year is in alignment with Governor Gavin Newsom, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tony Thurmond, and Dr. Debra Duardo, Superintendent of the L.A. County Office of Education. Students will continue to participate in the ABC Online Learning at Home. Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
Thank you for your patience as we navigate through these uncertain times. We have expanded our online platform for enrollment to meet the needs of our program and families while adhering to COVID-19 safety measures.
If you are interested in services please click on the link below.
The Tracy Infant Center is funded through the State of California in cooperation with ABC Unified School District. The program provides developmental care for children ages 2 months to 36 months of age from low - income families that meet the eligibility requirements. In an effort to provide a high quality program the California Department of Education and the Child Development Department establish the guidelines for service eligibility.
Families enrolled at the Tracy Infant Center must qualify for enrollment based on state guidelines and may be subject to a family fee which is assessed at the time of enrollment and has been set in accordance with state regulations. Fees are calculated on a sliding scale based on the gross monthly family income and family size. All family fees are paid monthly and are due prior to the start of services.
To determine if a family meets the guidelines to participate in a program the following documents must be presented to staff for review:
- One month’s proof of income (Check Stubs, Child Support, CalWorks statement etc.)
- Proof of Residency in the form of a utility bill (gas, electric, water, and trash only)
- Birth Certificate for applicant and all other children in the same family
- Immunization Record
To be considered for the Tracy Infant Center program, which is based on income, parent(s) must be employed, be a student, or be incapacitated. In addition to the above documentation the supporting documents to reflect this additional need will be required.