Child Care Programs in Rochester
Child Care Council is one of the leading child care referral agencies in the country, according to the Child Care Aware® national accreditation organization. They provide information, training, and resources to parents, child care providers, and businesses in Monroe, Livingston and Wayne counties.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Rochester provides youth development programs that enable young people to acquire the skills and qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders. Empowered with these positive developmental experiences and opportunities, Boys & Girls Club members have continually demonstrated their ability to overcome negative, failure-oriented environments and move toward fulfilling their dreams. The Boys & Girls Club is a dedicated youth facility – an actual neighborhood-based building – designed solely for youth programs and activities. The Club is open every day after school and on Saturdays, when kids have free time and need positive, productive outlets. Every Club has full-time, trained youth development professionals, providing positive role models and mentors. Volunteers provide key supplementary support. Clubs reach out to kids ages 6-18 who cannot afford, or may lack access to, other community programs. Dues are only $11 per year. ($50 during summer months)
The Children’s Center is a safe, full drop-off childcare center for children whose parents were attending court with a 3 to 1 adult to child ratio and no more than twelve children at one time. The Center is also a setting in which families can be linked to needed services such as those for children with possible developmental delays, Head Start, WIC, Temporary Assistance, and Medicaid.
Phone: (585) 371-3540
Fax: (585) 371-3582
The Crisis Nursery of Greater Rochester is a not for profit organization dedicated to helping children and families in times of crisis. The Nursery provides a temporary, safe, nurturing environment for children from newborns up to age ten whose families are in crisis. The Crisis Nursery’s primary goal is to provide temporary care for children at risk of abuse and neglect, while offering support services to families and caregivers.
LCFC offers non-profit daycare for children 6 weeks old to 10 years old and Universal Pre-K program through the Rochester city School District. LCFC also offers onsite speech, hearing and vision evaluations and services and Early Intervention referrals. LCFC serves the Charlotte area of Rochester.