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    Bay Area Crisis Nursery

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    Non-Profit Organization

    About Us

    The Bay Area Crisis Nursery's (BACN) mission is to help prevent child abuse and neglect by providing supportive services to families. BACN supports families with children from birth through 5 years of age and is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

    The families they serve are living in poverty, homeless, escaping domestic violence, dealing with medical and/or mental health emergencies, have suddenly lost their jobs or childcare provider, and more. The parents are brave, and BACN’s services bring them hope.

    The Bay Area Crisis Nursery Provides:
    - Emergency Shelter Services: Children can stay at the Nursery for up to 30 days while their parents are experiencing a crisis.
    - Stress Breaks: Parents needing a break, can admit their children to the Nursery for short-term monthly visits from 1-3 days.
    - Emergency Childcare Services: Parents can receive free childcare for up to 30 days in a 6-month period from 7 am - 7 pm daily.
    - Parent’s Pantry: Families can visit the pantry at any time for non-perishable food, diapers, wipes, toiletries, clothing, toys, books, etc.
    - Case Management: All families work with BACN staff on a Family Plan and are provided resources and referrals to help them overcome their situation.

    BACN is the only crisis nursery in the Greater Bay Area. For many of their families, the Nursery is the only support system they have. You can find out more at www.bayareacrisisnursery.org

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    Jobs

    Lead Childcare Worker Mon-Fri 3pm - 8pm
    Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
    Full Job Description Please only apply if you have completed 12 ECE units. OVERVIEW Our team of facility managers assist in ensuring the success of the mission of the Crisis Nursery which is to provide a temporary, loving, and safe homelike setting for children from birth through age 5 so as to prevent child abuse and neglect by supporting families during times of crisis. The Bay Area Crisis ...read more
    Contact:
    Phone:(925) 685-6633