|Child/Infant Care Services||Child care referrals are provided to assist families who are looking for child care in Albany, Fulton, Montgomery, Rensselaer, Schenectady and Saratoga Counties. Information is also given to parents about subsidy programs and quality indicators for choosing child care.
||Albany||CHILD CARE PROVIDER REFERRALS||CAPITAL DISTRICT CHILD CARE COUNCIL|
|Child/Infant Care Services||Provides childcare subsidies (certified daycare facilities) to low income families to enable a parent to continue working or continue with school.||Clinton||DAYCARE||CLINTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Child/Infant Care Services||Day care services are provided in centers or informally through a variety of funding sources. Child care is provided to Public Assistance recipients for employment and/or training leading to employment. Transitional child care along with Medicaid is offered for one year to Public Assistance recipients whose cases are closed due to employment. Low income day care is available to working parents who are not eligible for Public Assistance and whose income is less than 275% of the poverty level. Child care is also provided through this funding to teen parents to allow them to finish high school. Low income day care is limited by available funding. Finally, day care is provided to children who are at risk of foster care placement due to abuse or neglect.||Rensselaer||DAY CARE||RENSSELAER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Child/Infant Care Services||Saratoga County DSS assists low-income families who need child care to become/remain employed. Childcare information and referral and DSS subsidized childcare are provided as funds are available for eligible families.||Saratoga||DAY CARE||SARATOGA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Child/Infant Care Services||Families that are eligible for financial assistance for child care if they meet the State's income guidelines and need child care in order to work, look for work, or attend employment training. Families are guaranteed child care if they are in receipt of Temporary Assistance and need child care in order to meet any work participation requirements.||Columbia||DAY CARE SERVICES||COLUMBIA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Child/Infant Care Services||Day Care is a service for children whose parents need help in providing care and supervision while they are ill, employed, enrolled in a job training or rehabilitation program, actively seeking employment or attending school. The service is provided to children from six weeks old through their thirteenth birthday.||Greene||DAY CARE SERVICES||GREENE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Child/Infant Care Services||Provides various support services to families with children. Services include information and referrrals related to raising children, testing for children who may shows signs of delay, along with parent skills classes and parent/child groups. Training and professional development opportunities for child care providers on all aspects of early childhood development, early care and learning**. Helping parents determine if they qualifiy for financial help to pay for child care. Child care program start up assistance and helping families fin licensed and registered child care. *Children’s Clothing Shelf||Clinton||FAMILY CONNECTIONS RESOURCE SERVICES||CHILD CARE COORDINATING COUNCIL OF THE NORTH COUNTRY|
|Family Services||Benefits are provided to eligible temporary assistance and low income families to help with the child care costs that are needed to support their self-sufficiency efforts such as employment and/or employment related activities. The Child Care Subsidy Unit provides assistance for quality child care that enhances the emotional, physical and educational well-being of children. When funding is available the Child Care Subsidy Unit provides assistance to support parent/caretakers illness or incapacity, teen parents attending high school, attendance at an approved vocational training program or as a part of a child protective plan for the family, and that allows and/or assists families to remain or become self-sufficient.||Albany||CHILD CARE SUBSIDY UNIT||ALBANY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Financial Aid/Voucher Services||The Hamilton County Department of Social Services assists low-income families who need child care to become/remain employed.||Hamilton||CHILD CARE PROGRAM||HAMILTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Financial Aid/Voucher Services||The Workforce Development Institutes' Child Care Subsidy Facilitated Enrollment Program can help moderate income working families afford the cost of quality child care.
||Albany||CHILD CARE SUBSIDY FACILITATED ENROLLMENT PROGRAM||WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE |
|Financial Aid/Voucher Services||Day Care Assistance enables families to achieve self-sufficiency by providing assistance with child care costs through Low Income Day Care.||Schoharie||DAY CARE ASSISTANCE||SCHOHARIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Financial Aid/Voucher Services||The Day Care Program is designed to assist low income families in meeting their need for child care while they are working. Day Care is a critical support service in the Agency's efforts to deliver employment related services to working families.||Washington||DAY CARE PROGRAM||WASHINGTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Financial Aid/Voucher Services||Provides day care subsidies for parents/guardians who meet a certain set of requirements while they attend work and/or school. Families receiving Temporary Assistance and are attending a work/training program, and families that are not receiving Family Assistance can qualify on basis of income.||Essex||DAY CARE SUPPORT||ESSEX COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Parent/Family Support Services||The Southern Adirondack Child Care Network assists parents in their search for child care by maintaining a database of registered/licensed child care programs. Information is provided to parents about quality child care to help parents make informed choices.
The Southern Adirondack Child Care Network (SACCN) offers training and technical assistance to child care providers and programs. SACCN helps to develop quality child care programs by recruiting and assisting persons or organizations interested in the business of providing child care, and helps to maintain the quality of child care in the community by offering ongoing training in child care related topics. SACCN is the Family Child Care Home sponsor of the Child and Adult Care Food Program.||Warren||CHILD CARE NETWORK||SOUTHERN ADIRONDACK CHILD CARE NETWORK|