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Individuals with special needs who may wish to request information in an alternate accessible format are encouraged to call our office at 718-398-6738 or email Elizabeth Best, CCR&R Coordinator.

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Dec. 25  Christmas Day
Jan. 1    
New Year's Day


Free Online Child Care Search

Welcome to the Online Child Care Search an easy way to find a list of child care providers in your area at your convenience 24/7. The search will help you locate a child care provider that meets your needs. The Online Child Care Provider Search offers a portion of the wide spectrum of child care services offered by CDSC’s Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R) department. 

For additional child care services or to speak to a parent counselor, call 
718.398.6738 or fill out our Child Care Request Form and a parent counselor will  contact you within 24 hours.  

News, Events, & Highlights


With the help of many supporters, CDSC provided traditional Thanksgiving fare to 350 families who needed a little help to celebrate this holiday. Read more about CDSC's annual tradition at http://design2pro.com/ourtimepress/2015/136/#/2/
 


In order to obtain an application to apply for a child care program license or registration you will first need to take the Child Day Care Orientation. This orientation will walk you through the information you need to know to determine if you are interested and able to start a child care program in New York State. It outlines the necessary requirements for opening a child care program, highlighting the child care regulations, space requirements, information about proper ratios and staffing and resources for support. This orientation will also introduce you to the important rules and regulations you need to know in order to run your business. And you’ll find out some information about how to best care for children in your program. Visit the Child Day Care Orientation to find out more.


PRIVACY AND DISCLAIMER STATEMENT

We will never share your information. All collected data is used for CDSC purposes only. Click here to read about our privacy policy and website disclaimer.

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To report a problem with our website or if you have any questions, comments and/or other issues regarding our website, please email mmassac@cdscnyc.org or call 718-398-2050 ext. 8219.

Updated 6/10/14