|After School Program - EOD||An after school program that provides care for students at Lathrop St. School. We provide students with physical activity, free play, and homework time, and a healthy snack.||Susquehanna||After School Program - EOD||End-of-Day Inc.|
|Before After School Care - Greater Scranton YMCA||The Greater Scranton YMCA’s before and after school program is built on a foundation of values. The values of caring, honestly, respect and responsibility are the pillars of
the program.||Lackawanna||Child Care/Child Education-Greater Scranton YMCA||Greater Scranton YMCA|
|Before School After School Childcare Greater Carbondale YMCA||The Greater Carbondale YMCA provides a convenient after care program right at the YMCA at school dismissal time. Children are bused from the Carbondale Area and Lakeland Schools to the YMCA.
For before school the students are bused from the YMCA to Carbondale Area Elementary at 7:30am for the beginning of the school day.||Lackawanna||Childcare-Greater Carbondale YMCA||Greater Carbondale YMCA|
|Celest Hanold Family Child Care Home||Licensed childcare home||McKean||Celest Hanold Family Child Care Home ||Celest Hanold Family Child Care Home |
|Centre County Child Care Providers List||NOT AN ACTUAL AGENCY - ONLY A LINK TO A LIST TO CENTRE COUNTY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS.||Centre||Centre County Child Care Providers||Centre County Child Care Agencies|
|Child Care||After school program, preschool, day care, and child care services||Dauphin||Mclamb Memorial Church of the Living God||Mclamb Memorial Church of the Living God |
|Child Care Center||Child care provided to infants 6 weeks to age 12 before and after school hours and summer camp.
* Full Time Weekly Care
Weekly care for the supervision and nurturing of children ages six weeks through twelve years of age is offered. This program is available for infants through pre-schoolers (full-day), kindergartner, and school-age children (before/after school, summer camp, school holidays, and drop-in care).
* Before/After School
School-aged children (K-12 years of age) are offered a program that includes a nutritious snack and a planned program of activities which provide a change of pace between school and home.
Summer camp is offered for children during the regular summer season. Children completing kindergarten through the age of 12 are eligible to attend. Additional expenses for special activities and field trips are the responsibility of the parent and are included in the activity fee.
Part-time students will be accepted on a limited basis. Part-time at a minimum is 3 days. Part-time must give set days of attendance. If your set day falls on a holiday, you are still required to pay for that day as does our full-time students. We do not exchange or substitute days for any reason.
* Child Care Network/Child Care Information Services: Accepted!
In cases where the ceiling rate (the amount CCN/CCIS/CAO pays) is less than the private rate (what ``Follow Me!'' charges), CCN/CCIS/CAO families will be expected to pay the difference included with their co-payment each week.
||Dauphin||Follow Me Christian Child Care Center||Follow Me Christian Child Care |
|Child Care Infant Toddler - Greater Carbondale YMCA||Our Infant Center offers a child-centered program that focuses on the developmental needs of children up to the age of 13 months old.
The Toddler program provides positive relationships for children 13 months to 3 years of age. The children are divided into younger and older toddler groups. They will participate in a variety of fun learning, hands-on activities that will include arts and crafts, story time, open gym, and much, much more!
||Lackawanna||Childcare-Greater Carbondale YMCA||Greater Carbondale YMCA|
|Child Care Information Services of Chester County - Resource & Referral||Child Care Info Services of Chester County Resource & Referral program provides referrals and resource information to working, low income residents of Chester county who are experiencing child care issues.||Chester||Child Care Information Services of Chester County - Chester; West Chester||Child Care Information Services of Chester County|
|Child Care Information Services of Chester County - Subsidized Day Care||Child Care Info Services of Chester County Subsidized Day Care provides resource and referral services to all Chester County residents related to child care issues. Manages the subsidized child care program for low-income, working residents of the county. Day care hours of service must coincide wih the parent/caretaker's work or education schedule.||Chester||Child Care Information Services of Chester County - Chester; West Chester||Child Care Information Services of Chester County|
|Child Care Providers||TO HELP PARENTS OF UNWANTED NEWBORNS FIND A SAFE ALTERNATIVE TO ABANDONING THE BABY. UNDER THE COMMONWEALTH'S SAFE HAVEN PROGRAM ALL HOSPITALS ARE REQUIRED TO BE A SAFE PLACE FOR A PARENT IN CRISIS TO BRING AN INFANT UP TO 28 DAYS OLD WITHOUT FEAR OF LEGAL REPERCUSSIONS. THE BABY MUST BE UNHARMED.||*Main Site (Safe Haven for Newborns)||Safe Haven for Newborns |
|Colleen Fitzgerald Day Care||Provide registered child care for toddlers, preschool and school age children, nights and weekends. CCIS approved, meals and snacks provided.||Warren||Colleen Fitzgerald Day Care||Colleen Fitzgerald Day Care|
|Day Care Preschool - Greater Scranton YMCA||Infant Program (6 weeks-1 year)
Our infant program promotes a standard of quality essential for optimal growth and development in the first year of life. Our certified teacher provides a nurturing, safe and stimulating “small group” environment. Our self imposed limit of 3 infants encourages continuous staff/child interaction.
Toddler Program (1-2 years)
Children in our play-centered toddler program are guided through development in learning areas aligned with age appropriate PA Learning Standards. These areas include speech and language development, social and emotional growth, physical and motor activities, and creative expression.
Full Day Preschool Program (3-6 years)
Children begin preschool at 3 years of age. Our well-developed curriculum is aligned with PA Learning Standards. Our program is child-centered using the Creative Curriculum with learning areas in creative arts, language and literacy, mathematics, social & emotional development, large motor activities (including swim lessons), science and social studies. Learning activities and group lessons are repeated to provide optimal experiences for all children including those that attend part time.||Lackawanna||Child Care/Child Education-Greater Scranton YMCA||Greater Scranton YMCA|
|Eagle's Nest Leadership Corporation - Eagle’s Nest Group Daycare||Day care that helps children excel to their highest potential.
PA Licensed, Certified Teachers, Keystone STARS Certified, ELRC Accepted||Erie||Eagle's Nest Leadership Corporation||Eagle's Nest Leadership Corporation|
|Early Connections - City Center||Offering quality childcare and early learning programs for children ages 6 weeks - 12 years, including Pre-K Counts, Early Explorers, before and after school care with transportation to/from many Erie City schools, summer care, individualized programs to meet the needs of every child, qualified staff and providers with specialized training in child development and developmentally appropriate programming, outdoor play area, meals offered through the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program, tuition assistance and scholarships are available for eligible participants, subsidized payments accepted, secured building entry systems, transportation provided for some programs, host site for students from local colleges for practical experience, student teaching and work study, partners with The Northwest Tri-County Unit's Early Intervention Program and Erie School District in order to provide an inclusive environment. We are a Keystone STARS participant.||Erie||Early Connections - City Center||Early Connections|
|Early Connections - Harbor Homes||Provides fully funded pre-K program with extended care available, outside play area, Keystone STARS participant, Pre-K Counts, Early Explorers, summer care, individualized programs to meet the needs of every child, qualified staff and providers with specialized training in child development and developmentally appropriate programming, meals offered through the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program, tuition assistance and scholarships available for eligible participants, subsidized payments accepted and secured building entry systems.||Erie||Early Connections - Harbor Homes||Early Connections|
|Early Connections - John E Horan Garden Apartments||Provides Pre-K Counts preschool program, Early Explorers, kindergarten readiness program, individualized programs to meet the needs of every child, qualified staff and providers with specialized training in child development and developmentally appropriate programming, meals offered through the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program, tuition assistance and scholarships available for eligible participants, subsidized payments accepted and secured building entry system. We are a Keystone STARS participant.||Erie||Early Connections - Tacoma Road||Early Connections|
|Early Connections - North East||Keystone STARS participant, full-time and part-time care available, pre-K classroom, Early Explorers, summer care, individualized programs to meet the needs of every child, qualified staff and providers with specialized training in child development and developmentally appropriate programming, meals offered through the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program, tuition assistance and scholarships available for eligible participants, subsidized payments accepted, outside play area, secured building entry systems.||Erie||Early Connections - North East||Early Connections|
|Early Connections - Union City||Keystone STARS participant, full-time, part-time and hourly rates available, summer program, pre-K classrooms, Pre-K Counts Program for 3 - 4 year olds, individualized programs to meet the needs of every child, qualified staff and providers with specialized training in child development and developmentally appropriate programming, meals offered through the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program, tuition assistance and scholarships available for eligible participants, subsidized payments accepted, outside play area, secured building entry systems and transportation provided for some programs.||Erie||Early Connections - Union City||Early Connections|
|Early Head Start Home Based Services||The Early Head Start program serves children from birth to age three and pregnant women. These services are home based and include health & developmental screenings, ongoing individualized educational assessment, weekly home visits,bi-monthly family days and parent involvement opportunites.||Dauphin||Capital Area Head Start Administrative Office||Capital Area Head Start|
|Early Learning - Jewish Community Center||The JCC Early Learning Center offers quality programs in a welcoming, nurturing environment that promotes social, emotional, physical and cognitive development for children ages 6 weeks to five years. At the JCC ELC, children receive individualized care that allows them to grow and learn at their own pace.
Our curriculum is fun and educational and focuses on providing developmentally appropriate learning experiences and activities that encourage children to become confident, creative, lifelong learners. While our programs are driven by the Jewish values of kindness, respect, compassion, confidence and responsibility, we warmly welcome children of all faiths, ethnicities and backgrounds.||Lackawanna||Jewish Community Center Scranton||Jewish Community Center Scranton|
|Eastern York Area Recreation Commission||Mission: The Eastern York area recreation commission exists to offer a wide variety of recreational and educational opportunities and services to the citizens of eastern York County. Programs are designed to promote the physical, intellectual and emotional well-being of the participant thereby contributing to quality of life.
Sports and fitness
School age child care
Trips and tours
||York||Eastern York Area Recreation Commission||Eastern York Area Recreation Commission|
|Erie Family Center for Child Development||Services include: resource library, family fun activities, childcare and transportation, personal and professional development. Home Visitation Services include: Healthy Families America (HFA), Parents as Teachers (PAT),Family Skills Training and Support Groups, The Fatherhood Initiatives, Motherhood Support Initiative, 1-2-3 Magic, Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) and Strengthening Families Program (SFP). Bilingual staff are available for Spanish-speaking families and parent-education courses are conducted in the Spanish language.||Erie||Erie Family Center for Child Development||Erie Family Center for Child Development|
|Fishburn Flock Early Childhood Learning Center||Star 3 Christian based day care program; Preschool program; Summer and after school for elementary students and middle school students.Preschool for hearing impaired children.||Dauphin||Fishburn United Methodist Church||Fishburn United Methodist Church |
|Fulton County Partnership - Child Care||Pre-School Age Child Care (PACC): Our facility is located in the Overly-Raker Building located on RT 522, North of McConnellsburg. We serve children from 6 weeks of age until they enter kindergarten. Children receive quality care in an environment designed to encourage learning. We are open Monday through Friday from 6:30 AM until 6:00 PM.
School Age Child Care (SACC): This program is located in the Central Fulton Elementary School and serves children ages 5 to 12. SACC offers children a chance for social interaction, home-work help, and fun activities. Hours are before school from 6:30 to 8:00 and after school until 6:00 PM.||Fulton||Fulton County Partnership - Program||Fulton County Partnership|
|Greensburg YMCA Child Care||Provides early child care and after-school programs||Westmoreland||Greensburg YMCA Child Care||Greensburg YMCA|
|Housing Authority of the City of Erie||Provide supportive services for residents that includes adult education, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, self-sufficiency programs, youth recreation centers, libraries, summer recreation programs, senior support services, two childcare centers, a dental office, a health clinic, domestic abuse counseling, Headstart, education incentives, summer internships for residents in college, a nursing center, scouting and resident tenant councils. Public Housing and Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher rental assistance for income eligible individuals and families||Erie||Housing Authority of the City of Erie||Housing Authority of the City of Erie|
|Infant Program-Day Nursery Association||Personalized care for each infant based in their unique schedule, nutritional guidelines, and any special attention required. For children 6 weeks to 12 months.||Lackawanna||Learning Programs-Day Nursery Association||Day Nursery Association|
|Jack & Jill Day Care and School Age Program||Day care and preschool and SAP (School Age Program) at the center.||Cumberland||Shippensburg Church of the Nazarene||Shippensburg Church of the Nazarene|
|Jewish Community Center Scranton||The Jewish Community Center Scranton offers a variety of programs for people of all ages. Some of the offerings include the Senior Center, Early Learning, and Fitness & Wellness. Contact the JCC for more information regarding these activities as well as other things.||Lackawanna||Jewish Community Center Scranton||Jewish Community Center Scranton|
|Penbrook Learning Center||A childcare program including 6 months through 5 years of age.||Dauphin||Penbrook United Church of Christ||Penbrook United Church of Christ |
|Preschool Program-Day Nursery Association||In the preschool classrooms, 3 to 5 year olds are building on the learning blocks already established, and getting ready to make that important transition into kindergarten. In preparation for formal schooling, opportunities are provided for preschoolers to interact and engage socially in a variety of ways. Preschoolers are often free to make their own independent learning choices such as literacy, math, science, music, art and computer skills.||Lackawanna||Learning Programs-Day Nursery Association||Day Nursery Association|
|Rouse Estate - Rouse Children's Center||Provides daycare for children ages 12 months to 12 years old.||Warren||Rouse Estate - Rouse Children's Center||Rouse Estate|
|Russell United Methodist Church - Day Care & Preschool||Provide Christian faith-centered child care and preschool education.||Warren||Russell United Methodist Church||Russell United Methodist Church|
|Shepherd's Staff Early Learning Center||Provides full- and part-time care for children aged 6-weeks through pre-kindergarten.||York||Fourth United Methodist Church||Fourth United Methodist Church, York|
|Sunny Days Early Development Services||Provides a full range of services including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and social services designed for early childhood intervention. Provides all necessary services including evaluations and IFSP to individuals of all developmental levels ages 0-3. Provides services in the child's home, pre-school, school, day care, or other community settings. Also provides pediatric home care for children up to 18 years of age.||Delaware||Sunny Days Early Childhood Developmental Service - Havertown||Sunny Days Early Childhood Developmental Service|
|Toddler Program-Day Nursery Association||Day Nursery’s Toddler Program uses hands-on exploration and social interaction in safe, engaging surroundings to help your one to three-year-old learn about his or her expanding world. Through the guidance of our early childhood development teachers, toddlers enjoy learning experiences that promote their blossoming independence and social skills, and foster self-confidence.For children 12 months to 3 years old.||Lackawanna||Learning Programs-Day Nursery Association||Day Nursery Association|