Child Care Assistance and Resources
If you’ve been putting off a return to school because of child care costs, DCC can
We have a range of resources and grants for parents with young children, including:
SUNY Child Care Block Grants for income eligible students with access to campus-based
childcare (toddlers and preschool only).
The United States Department of Education’s Child Care Assistance Means Parents In
School (CCAMPIS) program for Pell-eligible students with access to campus-based childcare
(toddlers and preschool) as well as school-based before and after school at community
SUNY Family Empowerment Program for single parents only (no income restrictions) with access to our campus-based Louis Greenspan Day Care Center (toddlers and preschool)
or other community-based child care centers who provide care for age groups not served
by our center (such as infants and school-age). The Louis Greenspan Day Care Center
is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
For more information and eligibility requirements related to these resources and support
options, contact Sandra Kraich, child care center director, at email@example.com or (845) 431-8085.
Additional resources include:
Emergency grants (up to $2,000) for childcare support.
Non-academic support, such as housing, food, utilities, etc. (both emergency grants
as well as community service referrals) through the DCC CARES office.
For more information, contact Diana Kiernan, student resource navigator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (845) 431-8976.