The following are links to useful child care related websites
Association dedicated to improving the well-being of all young children, with a particular focus on education and development from birth to age 8.
The Nation’s leading voice for childcare. Providing high quality childcare to 99 percent of the United States, the NACCRRA works with 800 local and nationwide agencies
New York State Organizations
A resource offered by one of the largest university-based continuing education programs in the nation. Multi levels of early childhood education and training programs are available.
Focus on the excellence in early care and education services for NYS children and families, through education, advocacy and the support of the profession.
FCCANYS is a statewide professional organization dedicated to supporting family child care providers and associations.
A statewide network rooted in childcare resources and referral agencies, making these services available to all levels of children, providers and educators.
A nonprofit membership association of after school professionals in New York State.
Services that span from foster care/adoption to protective services for both children and vulnerable adults. These programs were formerly administered by State Department of Social Services.
A resource for providers to help ensure safely prepared and nutritious meals to children and adults in day care settings.
A statewide coalition dedicated to enforcing early learning and education to policy makers and the public, as well as promoting the benefits for children, families and society.
The agency responsible for child care subsidy payments, adoption and foster care, child protective and preventative services, food stamps, HEAP and more in Hamilton County.
The agency responsible for child care subsidy payments, adoption and foster care, child protective and preventative services, food stamps, HEAP and more in Warren County.
The agency responsible for child care subsidy payments, adoption and foster care, child protective and preventative services, food stamps, HEAP and more in Washington County.
This agency provides programming in the following areas: 4H, family focus, nutrition, diet and health, gardening and landscape, natural resources and school enrichment.
This agency provides expertise on topics such as: agriculture, horticulture, youth and families, the environment, financial management, food, nutrition and health and community development.
This agency provides the following services in Washington County: home and family services, employment and training, and Head Start/Early Head Start.