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    Programs that provide statewide and community-based services that are designed to improve the availability and quality of child care. These programs maintain lists of child care resources and link families who are in need of child care services with child care centers, licensed family child care homes and other organization-based providers; provide information that helps families become good consumers of child care services; recruit new child care providers to expand the availability of the service locally; provide training and technical assistance for providers; and collect and disseminate data which document the demand for child care services and the current availability of child care resources. Some programs may also make referrals to preschools and many provide referrals to children's play groups.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Child/ Infant Care ServicesAFTER SCHOOL: offer a safe and healthy environment for children in grades pre-k to 6th to learn and grown. The program offers fun and exciting activities for children that promote learning and self esteem. CHILDCARE RESOURCES: Provides parents with help to find safe and affordable childcare for theirchildren. EARLY HEAD START: Offers a comprehensive, preschool program designed to foster healthy development in infants and toddlers. HEAD START: Offers a program for preschool-age children that is filled with fun, creative and educational activities that support the social, health, nutritional, educational, and emotional needs of children.EssexCHILD CARE/ HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START AND AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMADIRONDACK COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAMS (ACAP)
    Child/Infant Care ServicesChild 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. AlbanyCHILD CARE PROVIDER REFERRALSCAPITAL DISTRICT CHILD CARE COUNCIL
    Child/Infant Care ServicesProvides 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 ShelfClintonFAMILY CONNECTIONS RESOURCE SERVICESCHILD CARE COORDINATING COUNCIL OF THE NORTH COUNTRY
    Child/Infant Care ServicesFamily’s Child Care Connections serving Columbia, Greene and Ulster Counties is a child care resource and referral agency, working to increase the supply of quality child care and assists parents in their child care search by referring them to legal child care providers. Other services include: identifying sources of financial aid, training and technical assistance to early care and learning programs, etc.UlsterFAMILY'S CHILD CARE CONNECTIONSFAMILY OF WOODSTOCK
    Information/Referral ServicesThe Child Care Resource Center provides referrals to registered and licensed providers, counseling on what to look for when choosing a quality child care provider, assistance with the Legally Exempt Enrollment process, parent education workshops, and referrals/information on other local agencies that can assist your family. SchoharieCHILD CARE RESOURCE CENTERSCHOHARIE COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM
    Information/Referral ServicesHelps parents find day care providers by name, type of facility, county or zip code online or by phone. Also helps parents who have complaints about a child care facility.RensselaerCHILD CARE SERVICESNEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
    Information/Referral ServicesProvides referrals for working parents searching for licensed day care providers. Also provides training workshops for day care providers on various topics, such as early childhood development, health and safety, nutrition, educational activities and program management. Assists those interested in starting a day care through funding and orientation seminars.ClintonDAY CARE SERVICESJOINT COUNCIL FOR ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY OF CLINTON AND FRANKLIN COUNTIES (JCEO)
    Parent/Family Support ServicesThe 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.WarrenCHILD CARE NETWORKSOUTHERN ADIRONDACK CHILD CARE NETWORK

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