Choices for Children
"The state-funded preschool programs have been in operation since 1971, currently providing full-day and half-day preschool services to 700 low income children, ages 18 months to five years, at five locations in San Jose. Eligibility is based on family income and parental need." https://www.sccoe.org/depts/students/early-learning-services/Pages/State-Preschool.aspx
Community Child Care Council (4Cs)
"Paying for child care can be difficult as you look for a job, go to work or go to school to prepare for work. If you are a low income parent 4C Council offers seven different subsidized child care programs to help pay, fully or partially, for the cost of child care. To be able to benefit from these programs, parents must meet specific requirements depending on each program." http://www.4c.org/
Drop-in child care, ages 2 and up. https://www.kidspark.com/programs/
*Note that I collect community resources from a variety of sources. It is up to you to find which ones are the best fit for your family.