Community Care Licensing Division
Welcome to the Community Care Licensing Division
We serve the most vulnerable people of California and our mission is to promote the health, safety, and quality of life of each person in community care through the administration of an effective and collaborative regulatory enforcement system.
*****Santa Barbara Evacuation Information*****
As of January 11, 2018, there are floods that caused mud slides in the Santa Barbara County area resulted in voluntary evacuation of one licensed residential care facility (Casa Dorinda). Due to the lack of available utilities, the residents were relocated. If you are relocating your residents, please contact your Regional Office to provide information about where they went to and provide your census.
Adult and Senior Care - Woodland Hills Regional Office – (818) 596-4334
Adult and Senior Care January Santa Barbara Flood Relocation List - As of 1/12/18 1:00 pm
Casa Dorinda RCFE: Independent Living (805) 698-0404, Assisted Living (805) 729-2894
*****Southern California Fire Information*****
As of December 5, 2017, there are fires developing in Southern California in the Ventura County area. If you are relocating your residents, please contact your Regional Office to provide information about where you are relocating to and provide your census.
Adult and Senior Care - Ventura and Los Angeles Counties – (818) 596-4494 or San Diego County – (619) 767-2334
Child Care - Santa Barbara Regional Office - (805) 562-0400
Children's Residential - Ventura and Los Angeles Counties – (310) 568-1827 or Riverside and San Diego Counties – (951) 680-6826
Adult and Senior Care December SoCal Fires Relocation List
Adult and Senior Care January Santa Barbara Flood Relocation List
Below is a link with facilities that have indicated they have beds available. Please work with the contact on the list to see to see if their availability is appropriate for your residents.
California Assisted Living Association Bed Availability List
The California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) offers a wealth of information about the current disasters/fires throughout the state on their website; including, proclamations by the Governor and links to areas for assistance related to fire impacts.
CalFIRE also has a page on their
website with current fire information.
*****Northern California Fire Information*****
The Community Care Licensing Division (CCLD) is working with facilities impacted by the 2017 October statewide wildfires to facilitate continuity of operations. CCLD will consider waiver requests pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Title 22 and the Health and Safety Code, with the exception of Criminal Background Clearances, as provided in Provider Information Notice (PIN) 02CCP.
For more information on how to obtain a waiver, please contact your Regional Office.
The Community Care Licensing Division has approved waivers for the following facilities:
Catherine McNeely Family Child Care Home October 2017
St. Luke Lutheran Preschool
Mt. Taylor Children's Center
St. Rose Preschool
Alejandra Mendez Family Child Care Home
Imagination Station Preschool/ChildCare Center
Catherine McNeely Family ChildCare Home December 2017