Through the Department of Social Services, childcare is provided not only to those on Temporary Assistance, but also to those working families who meet income guidelines for subsidies. Various kinds of childcare are available throughout Nassau County. To obtain more information call the Day Care New Applications unit at 516-227-7976.
To obtain childcare resource and referral information or a list of day care providers, please contact the Child Care Council of Nassau County. They can be reached by telephone at: 516-358-9250. You can email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can read more about them on their website at: Child Care Council of Nassau County
Topics of interest to parents: Application Process
The Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) recently announced the launch of the CCAP Eligibility Questionnaire to allow parents and caretakers to answer a few questions to see if they are eligible for CCAP.
You can access the questionnaire directly by going to the OCFS CCAP website at: https://ocfs.ny.gov/programs/childcare/ccap/ and click on “Do I qualify for CCAP”.
If you need day care based on a medical need, vocational training or a 2-year training program or college, please contact us at 516-227-7976 for additional information including eligibility.
The forms below can be downloaded, printed, filled, signed and either mailed back to DSS or can be dropped off at:
Nassau County Department of Social Services
Attn: Day Care New Applications
60 Charles Lindbergh Blvd.
Uniondale, NY 11553
If you are a 2-parent household, you must fill out a separate form for each parent.
If you are using a non-OCFS certified provider, please call or contact Child Care Council of Nassau County at 516-358-9250 to enroll your provider as a legally exempt provider.
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