Child Care Financial Assistance Options

The Capital Region's working families want safe, high quality and affordable early care and education for their children, but good quality child care can be expensive. Financial resources and benefits are available to help families manage the cost of child care:

 

Financial Assistance

Budgeting Tools

Contact the Capital District Child Care Council with any questions and speak to a

Parent Educator by calling 518.426.7181, or emailing Tricia Howland .

Find Child Care

>>Find Child Care on-line

>>Find Child Care using our Referral form (can be emailed or printed and mailed/faxed)

>>By calling: 518 426-7181

>>Toll Free: 1-800-521-KIDS(5437)

 

Resources for Parents

Choosing the Right Care

Four Helpful Hints

Summer Camp Catalog

Medication Administration Training

Checking Complaints

Child Care Financial Assistance Options

Newsletter and workshops

Update Forms

Tipsheets


 

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY

This is a FREE service

 

Referrals to Child Care Programs are not intended to serve as any type of recommendation. Parents are encouraged to visit several facilities before making a final child care arrangement. It may also be a good idea to ask the child care facility for references and to check them. Only parents can determine whether the quality of care is right for their child.

 

Any information that is provided to the Capital District Child Care Council is kept confidential and will not be shared with any third party without written permission. The Capital District Child Care Council is committed to maintaining the confidentiality of its consumers.

 

If you have any comments or concerns about the services you have received from a Parent Educator at the Capital District Child Care Council, please contact the Executive Director, Abbe Kovacik, at 518.426.7181 Ext. 323.

 

Contact the Capital District Child Care Council with any questions and speak to a Parent Educator by calling 518.426.7181, or emailing Tricia Howland at thowland@cdcccc.org.