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Child Care for Public Assistance Families
The Human Resources Administration provides child care services for public assistance families and eligible families who have left public assistance for employment.
Child Care Service Contact Information
The Administration for Children's Services provides contact information for ACS Child Care offices in each borough.
Choosing a Good Day Care
Get some basic tips on finding a day care that fits your needs, and get lists of questions to ask and things to look for during your visit.
Day Care and Head Start
The Administration for Children's Services' (ACS) Division of Child Care and Head Start serves approximately 60,000 infants, toddlers, and school-aged children and oversees New York City's Head Start services, which helps 3- to 5-year-old children from low-income families begin school on equal footing with their more advantaged peers.
Health Dept.'s Day Care Bureau
The Bureau of Day Care is the regulatory agency for child care services (public and private) operating within New York City. Get information from them on address and telephone referrals, stopping disease in day care centers, licensing highlights, and choosing a good program.
Referred Day Cares
Get contact information for day care providers referred by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
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