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PFCCAG Builds Crisis Management Team to Help Georgia FCC Providers

The Board of Directors for the Professional Family Child Care Alliance of Georgia is building a crisis management team to help Georgia's family child care providers navigate the Coronavirus pandemic and its aftermath. Board members, volunteers and representatives of organizations across the state are coming together to ensure family child care provider needs are heard and addressed in the best possible way.


As part of this effort, the PFCCAG website has been updated to give Georgia's family child care providers a starting point for all types of information to help them through the pandemic, and be successful in the future.


Check our website regularly so you can get the latest information to help you weather the storm and succeed!

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To our family child care provider community: In the midst of this crisis, we know you are doing your best. We are trying our best too, and we appreciate your patience.

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