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    Programs that cover all or part of the cost of child care in public and licensed private child care centers or private family child care homes, usually for low-income families or families which include children with disabilities in situations where parents are working, in school or in a training program. Also included are programs that pay the costs of in-home or out-of-home child care when the parent is receiving diagnostic tests, undergoing medical treatment, is hospitalized or needs to be out of the house for other reasons; and those that provide financial assistance to families with young children to help cover some of the costs of a parent staying home to care for their child.

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    Air Force Aid Society - Community ProgramsAir Force Aid Society recognized the need to expand its charter to meet the emerging needs of the Air Force. They determined the most effective way to help with these new challenges is through targeted community programs which enhance Airman/family welfare and send a strong message that the Society understands today’s stresses. Programs include:
    • Bundles for Babies - classes and layette,
    • Car Care Because We Care Program - preventive vehicle maintenance that includes oil/filter change, lubrication, and vehicle safety checks and additional repairs or services identified by the mechanic as urgent,
    • Child Care Program - pays for 20 hours of child care (per child) in AF certified Family Child Care homes on base or in AF affiliated homes off base,
    • Phone Home Program - provides prepaid calling cards for deployed Air Force members, including single and married service members,
    • Spouse Employment Program - provides entry-level job training to active duty Air Force spouses with the goal being immediate, viable employment,
    • Spouse Orientation Program - activities consisting of presentations form base agencies, interactive games and exercises that should, by the end of the day, leave spouses feeling they are an important and respected part of the Air Force team,
    • Youth Employment Skills (YES) Program - is an on-base volunteer program for high school students and is offered at selected Air Force bases and offers high school students an opportunity to learn valuable work skills, "bank" dollar credits toward their post-secondary education/training, and have a positive impact on their base community.
    Air Force Aid SocietyAir Force Aid Society
    Air Force Aid Society - Emergency AssistanceAir Force Aid Society emergency assistance is available to Airmen and their eligible family members to meet immediate needs in an emergency situation. The Society provides interest free loans and grants based on the individual situation for needs such as:
    • Basic Living Expenses,
    • Emergency Travel,
    • Vehicle Expenses,
    • Funeral Expenses,
    • Medical/Dental,
    • Child Care/Respite,
    • Moving Expenses,
    • Miscellaneous Expenses,
    Standard Emergency Assistance Loans And Grants
    • Emergency based,
    • Intended to solve emergency financial need,
    • Loan/grant requests considered on a case-by-case basis,
    • Applicant completes application with budget.
    Falcon Loans
    • Emergency based loan up to $750 for active duty.
    • Intended for certain categories of financial emergencies.
    • Must be repaid in 10 months or less.
    • Must not have current AFAS loan.
    • Budget not required.
    Air Force Aid SocietyAir Force Aid Society
    BCIU - Child Care Information Services (CCIS) of Berks CountyTo help families find, select and pay for quality child care. Provide free child care resource and referral services to the Berks County community. Subsidized child care program for Berks County which helps low-income working families, teen parents pursuing a high school diploma, and families making the transition from welfare to work pay their child care fees.BerksBerks County Intermediate UnitBerks County Intermediate Unit
    Cambria County Child Development Corporation Child Care SubsidiesCambriaCambria County Child Dev. Corp. Child Care Information Service (CCIS)Cambria County Child Development Corporation
    Center for Community Action Child Care SubsidiesPrograms that cover all or part of the cost of child care in public and licensed private child care centers or private family child care homes, usually for low income families.BedfordChild Care Info Services Bedford/Somerset CountiesCenter for Community Action
    Child Care Consultants - Early Learning Resource Center - Region 10Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.YorkEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Child Care Information Services - Child Care Resource and Referral - NorthChild Care Resource and Referral helps families with free assistance in locating child care facilities that meet their child care needs. Provides child care subsidy to income eligible families who are employed or enrolled in approved training.There are five CCIS offices in Philadelphia, and at least one CCIS in every county in Pennsylvania.Philadelphia*Main Site (North Philadelphia) (Child Care Information Services)Child Care Information Services
    Child Care Information Services - Child Care Resource and Referral - NortheastHelps families find child care facilities that meet their needs. Provides financial assistance to income eligible families who are employed or enrolled in approved training.PhiladelphiaCCIS of Northeast PhiladelphiaChild Care Information Services
    Child Care Information Services - Child Care Resource and Referral - NorthwestChild Care Resource and Referral helps families with free assistance in locating child care facilities that meet their child care needs. Provides child care subsidy to income eligible families who are employed or enrolled in approved training.There are five CCIS offices in Philadelphia, and at least one CCIS in every county in Pennsylvania.PhiladelphiaCCIS of Northwest PhiladelphiaChild Care Information Services
    Child Care Information Services - Child Care Resource and Referral - South and WestChild Care Resource and Referral helps families with free assistance in locating child care facilities that meet their child care needs. Provides child care subsidy to income eligible families who are employed or enrolled in approved training.There are five CCIS offices in Philadelphia, and at least one CCIS in every county in Pennsylvania.PhiladelphiaCCIS of Philadelphia - South and West Main OfficeChild Care Information Services
    Child Care Information Services - Child Care Resource and Referral - South and West PhiladelphiaChild Care Information Services helps families with free assistance in locating child care facilities that meet their child care needs. Provides child care subsidy to income eligible families who are employed or enrolled in approved training. There are four CCIS offices in Philadelphia, and at least one CCIS in every county in Pennsylvania.PhiladelphiaCCIS of Philadelphia - South and West Secondary OfficeChild Care Information Services
    Child Care Information Services - Early Learning Resource Center Region 15The Early Learning Resource Center Region 15 (ELRC) provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers, and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs. We offer an enhanced resource and referral system for communities seeking early learning services and supports. The ELRC provides child care subsidies to eligible families. The Federal and State funding for this program is provided through a contract with the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (PADHS). The ELRC serves children eligible for child care works from birth to 13 years of age whose parents are employed and meet the eligibility guidelines set forth by the Commonwealth. Childcare is also available to children who are 13 years or older but under 19 years of age who are incapable of caring for themselves. Teen parents who are enrolled full-time in high school are encouraged to apply for childcare services. Parent/Caretakers who apply may be placed on a wait list based on the availability of funds. Fees are based on family size and income.DelawareCCIS of Delaware County/ELRC 15Child Care Information Services
    Child Care Information Services of Adams, Franklin and Fulton Counties, SCCAPChild Care Information Services fills an important gap for working families. The cost of child care for two children can be more than a mortgage on a house. It can be more than someone making minimum wage earns. This assistance allows parents to have access to quality early learning for their children while they work. Their co - pay increases as their income increases, allowing them to work toward self - sufficiency.AdamsSouth Central Community Action Programs, Adams CountySouth Central Community Action Programs, SCCAP
    Child Care Information Services of Blair/Huntingdon Counties - Blair County Office Subsidized Child Day CareThe Subsidized Child Day Care Program is a federal and state funded program established to provide financial support for child care. A family must meet eligibility criteria for the Subsidized Child Day Care Program established by the Department of Public Welfare.BlairChild Care Information Services of Blair/Huntingdon Counties - Blair County OfficeHuntingdon County Child and Adult Development Corporation
    Child Care Information Services of Blair/Huntingdon Counties - Huntingdon County Office Subsidized Child Day CareThe Subsidized Child Day Care Program is a federal and state funded program established to provide financial support for child care. A family must meet eligibility criteria for the Subsidized Child Day Care Program established by the Department of Public Welfare.HuntingdonChild Care Information Services of Blair/Huntingdon Counties - Huntingdon County OfficeHuntingdon County Child and Adult Development Corporation
    Child Care Information Services of Carbon CountyProvides general information on child care options, as well as personalized referrals to providers based on specific needs or preferences. Administers the Subsidized Child Day Care Program for low-income families in Carbon County.CarbonChild Care Information Services of Carbon CountyChild Care Information Services of Carbon County
    Child Care Information Services of Indiana County - Child Care Benefits ScreeningDetermines eligibility for state subsidy for child careIndianaChild Care Benefits ScreeningChild Care Information Services of Indiana County
    Child Care Information Services of Lehigh CountyProvides general information on child care options, as well as personalized referrals to providers based on specific needs or preferences. Administers the Subsidized Child Day Care Program for low-income families in Lehigh County.LehighChild Care Information Services of Lehigh CountyChild Care Information Services of Lehigh County
    Child Care Information Services of NorthamptonProvides general information on child care options, as well as personalized referrals to providers based on specific needs or preferences. Administers the Subsidized Child Day Care Program for low-income families in Northampton County. Unconditional Child Care Program provides intervention and support for young children who are at risk of being withdrawn from their child care program due to aggressive or disruptive behavior. NorthamptonChild Care Information Services of Northampton CountyChild Care Information Services of Northampton County
    Child Care WorksProvides child care subsidy for children up to age 13 in care setting chosen by parents. Applications or redetermination for the Child Care Works can be submitted online at the COMPASS website (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Access to Social Services) www.compass.state.pa.usCumberlandChild Care Information Services (CCIS) Cumberland Dauphin Perry CountiesChild Care Information Services (CCIS) Cumberland Dauphin Perry Counties
    Community Services for Children - Child Care InformationTOT-INFO (610-868-4636) is a free, private phone service to help parents living in Lehigh County find child care services and learn about childcare subsidies. Email or call 800-528-7222. LehighCommunity Services For ChildrenCommunity Services For Children
    Early Learning Resource Center - Lancaster CountyContributes to the cost of child care for income-eligible families who are eligible under federal guidelines for subsidized child care, as well as families referred for child care services from the County Assistance Office. Eligible clients may select from day care centers, group day care homes or family day care homes that participate in the subsidized day care program. The program assists families in locating child care through referrals to both independent day care facilities and those that have provider agreements with the Child Care Information System. The Child Care provider list is available upon request.LancasterCommunity Action Partnership - Multi-ServicesCommunity Action Partnership of Lancaster County
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 1Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.ErieEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 11Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers, and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs. LuzerneEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 12Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.LackawannaEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 13Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.BerksEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 14Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.LehighEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 15Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.DelawareEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 16One-stop shop for all early education needs in Bucks County.Provides information on enrolling a child in high-quality pre-k program;help paying for child care ( including child care subsidy);support or training for child care providers.BucksEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 17Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.MontgomeryEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 18Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.PhiladelphiaEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 19Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.ChesterEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 2Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.CameronEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 20Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.PhiladelphiaEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 21Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.PhiladelphiaEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 22Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.PhiladelphiaEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 22 - Secondary OfficeProvides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.PhiladelphiaEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 3Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.ArmstrongEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 4Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.WestmorelandEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 5Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.AlleghenyEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 6Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.BedfordEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center, Region 6 - Child Care Subsidies and Provider ReferralsSCCAP is subcontracted by The Center for Community Action to operate the location Early Learning Resource Center in Franklin County to administer this child care subsidy program to county residents. This program, which receives federal and state funding, was established to give financial support to working families for help in paying their child care expenses. In addition to offering child care subsidies, we also provide referrals to parents seeking child care. Child care providers may request information on training and workshops in their area, as well as information on providing quality child care for working families.FranklinSouth Central Community Action Programs, Franklin CountySouth Central Community Action Programs, SCCAP
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 7Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.LycomingEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 8Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.CentreEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Early Learning Resource Center - Region 9Provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.CumberlandEarly Learning Resource CenterPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Erie County Department of Human Services - Child Care Information Services (CCIS)Assists working families with the cost of child care and provides specialized resource and referral service that assists families with locating state licensed /regulated child care providers and offers parent education to help parents make an informed decision regarding their child care selection.ErieErie County Department of Human Services - Office of Children and YouthErie County Department of Human Services
    Family and Community Christian AssociationAdministers Pre-K Counts, fitness facilities, retired senior volunteer program and CCIS.CrawfordFamily and Community Christian AssociationFamily and Community Christian Association
    Lehigh Valley Children's CentersEarly childhood education and child care services for infants and children from 6 weeks to 12 years old. Some families may qualify for subsidies, based upon household income. 31 locations in Carbon, Lehigh and Northampton Counties. Provider of Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts, the state's quality pre-k program for qualifying families. LehighLehigh Valley Children's CentersLehigh Valley Children's Centers
    Montgomery County Office of Child Day Care Services - Subsidized Child CareProvided through a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, the Child Care Information Service [CCIS] of Montgomery County receives funding to assist qualifying families in Montgomery County meet their child care expenses. The CCIS is responsible for determining family eligibility for child care subsidy, establishing agreements with child care service providers, and for making vendor payments to providers on behalf of eligible families.MontgomeryMontgomery County Office of Child Day Care Services - Montgomery; NorristownMontgomery County Office of Child Day Care Services
    North Penn YMCA - Day Care - HarleysvilleThe North Penn YMCA Day Care programs offer a well-balanced program that fits the needs of children according to their age and individual progress, promoting physical, educational, and social growth for all children. We serve children between the ages of 6 weeks and Pre-K.MontgomeryNorth Penn YMCA - Harleysville BranchNorth Penn YMCA
    North Penn YMCA - Day Care - Indian ValleyThe North Penn YMCA Day Care programs offer a well-balanced program that fits the needs of children according to their age and individual progress, promoting physical, educational, and social growth for all children. We serve children between the ages of 6 weeks and Pre-K.MontgomeryNorth Penn YMCA - Indian Valley BranchNorth Penn YMCA
    PA DPW Subsidized Child Care ProgramIf you are concerned about the cost of quality child care, Child Care Works may be able to help. Working parents may be eligible for assistance for child care expenses if they meet the income guidelines.*Main Site (Child Care Works)PA DPW Child Care Works
    Soldier OnSoldier On provides supportive services to veterans and their families in need, or who are homeless or at risk if becoming homeless. The Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program at Soldier On is a door-to-door outreach campaign assisting veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The outreach program aims to assist veterans and their families before they become homeless in New York State, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Mississippi, and western Massachusetts. Soldier On provides in-home case management, referral services, and temporary financial assistance for housing to veterans facing homelessness. Soldier On’s mission is to provide veterans with the services and support they need to carry on healthy, productive lives in homes of their own. If you know a veteran who is on the verge of homelessness or struggling with issues related to housing, health care or substance abuse, Soldier On can help. Case Management and Referral Services for:
    • Health Care,
    • Daily Living Activites,
    • Financial Planning,
    • Transportation,
    • Income Support,
    • Legal Assistance,
    • Emergency Supplies,
    • Rep Payee/Fiduciary.
    Temporary Financial Funds may be available for:
    • Rental Assistance
    • Utility Fees,
    • Security Deposits,
    • Utility Deposits,
    • Moving Costs,
    • Child Care,
    • Transportation.
    Soldier OnSoldier On
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: General Assistance ProgramCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. General Assistance may be provided when unexpected events or expenses cause a serious financial burden and financial need is demonstrated. CGMA General Assistance differs from CGMA Emergency Assistance because the qualifying circumstance does not immediately endanger personal well being or require urgent help. Certain eligibility and assistance restrictions apply, and are outlined in the CGMA Manual. Examples of Authorized General Assistance:
    • Adoption,
    • Child Support,
    • Childcare,
    • Family In-Home Day-care Facility,
    • Financial Counseling,
    • Government Travel Cards,
    • Household Furnishings,
    • Immigration Fees,
    • Insurance,
    • Loss of Income,
    • Moving Expenses,
    • Non-Emergency Travel,
    • Non-Support/Inadequate Support,
    • Past Due Bills and Expenses,
    • Pay, Travel & Allotment Problems,
    • Vehicle Repair,
    • Vehicle Other Expenses.
    United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United Way of Bucks County -Child CareUnited Way of Bucks County provides guidance on child care options for those who are low-income and could assist families through scholarships to high quality preschool centers across Bucks County.BucksUnited Way of Bucks CountyUnited Way of Bucks County
    USA CaresUSA Cares provides financial and advocacy assistance to post 9/11 active duty US military service personnel, veterans and their families. They assist all branches of service and all ranks and components. They do not charge fees nor accept repayment and rely on donations from private citizens, businesses and foundations for all funding. Financial assistance is not given directly to service members or their families; instead, payments are made to mortgage lenders, utility companies, and other vendors. The objective is to reach families at the earliest stage of intervention to proactively prevent further financial distress. Typically, USA Cares provides assistance in four major areas:
    • Emergency Assistance - pays immediate, essential bills, including food and utility bills,
    • Housing Assistance – helps to stop and prevent evictions and foreclosures,
    • Combat Injured - pays basic expenses: mortgage/rent, food and home utilities which enables combat injured to receive treatment and be assured their family is taken care of,
    • Jobs Assistance – reduce unemployment among post-9/11 Veterans through job-seeker tools, open to all veterans, limited financial assistance.
    USA CaresUSA Cares
    Westmoreland County Child Care Information Services Child Care Benefits ScreeningDetermines eligibility for state subsidy for child care.WestmorelandChild Care Benefits ScreeningWestmoreland County Child Care Information Services

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