ABC's Head Start and Early Head Start work with individuals and families by providing them with support and child care assistance. They offer an early educational and recreational opportunity, so that as a family they may continue their journey toward self-sufficiency. It is important to note that ABC's North Street CDC is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. This accreditation ensures that children, who may range from age six weeks to five years, have access to the best educational, nutritional, health, child care, and family programs that are available in the local community. School-age child care is available both after school and during vacations.
Western New York Childcare Council, Inc. offers resources and a referral service to help parents find childcare information about local preschools, daycare centers and family daycare providers. Training for potential childcare providers. Fees: none. Call (585)654-4720 for more information.
The Crisis Nursery of Greater Rochester – the only program of its kind in the Greater Rochester region – delivers free, temporary childcare during family emergencies, including (but not limited to): medical emergencies, unexpected illness, accidents, unemployment, mental health episodes, unexpected death, domestic violence, homelessness, legal issues, unstable/unsafe housing.
Contact Stacey Smith @ StaceyL_Smith@urmc.rochester.edu or call (585) 276-7932 to add your services to this list, make changes or suggestions.