Child Care/Respite Care
Child Care Inc.
Provides child care referrals, information about what to look for from a child care provider, how to train to become a provider and more. Resource and referral line: (212) 929-4999.
Committee for Hispanic Children and Families
Parent counselors can help with day care referrals. (212) 206-1090.
Day Care Council of NY Inc.
Find child care in your area. (212) 206-7818.
New York City Bureau of Day Care
Comprehensive information on finding and choosing day care for all ages of children. Information for providers too. (212) 676-2444.
New York City Child Care Resource and Referral Consortium
Services include resources and referrals to help parents access quality child care, training, technical assistance, fingerprinting, and support to help child care programs. Also provides answers to child care questions and help with applying for child care subsidies. (888) 469-5999.
YMCA of New York
Child care programs in 14 locations include nursery school, preschool and pre-K. Scholarships available. (212) 630-9600.
YWCA of New York
Child care provided in their early learning centers. (212) 755-4500.
Chinese-American Planning Council
Twelve day care and after school centers as well as many other social services for Chinese-speaking people. (212) 941-0030.
Child Care Subsidy Hotline
When daycare costs are too high, there is help. The National Association of Child Care Resources is a federally funded agency that provides helpful information about financial help in your local area. Call (800) 424-2246
Child Development Support Corporation
assists Brooklyn families by helping them find quality child care, emergency food, training in becoming a child care provider, youth services, emergency food, and more. Spanish services too.
Union Settlement Association
sponsors six child care locations in East Harlem emphasizing quality–Head Start, wholesome meals, health services, and more. 237 East 104th Street, New York, NY 10029 (212) 828-6000.
Child Care Aware
Information on finding quality child care in your area, with information on costs and much other helpful information. Simply enter your zip code to find your local referral source. (800) 424-2246.
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