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Tuesday, December 19, 2023

Contact Governor Hochul to make child care work for you. Contact before Dec 23rd


Linking child care attendance strictly to a parent's specific work hours can be harmful to children, creates challenges for low-income parents, and limits the stability of child care providers.

Please take action to make the changes that are desperately needed.

Make your voice heard! Action needed before December 23rd! Contact Governor Hochul to End a Harmful Child Care Rule. Call (518) 474-8390


For Parents:

Hello, my name is __________, and I'm a parent from (your city or town). I'm calling to ask you to sign bill A4986A, which would decouple child care assistance from work hours.

As a parent, this would give families like mine more flexibility in arriving at my child's care, especially when my work hours fluctuate, and give my child the stability in routine that young children need.

For Providers and Advocates:

Hello, my name is__________. Decoupling the work hours would provide more flexibility for working parents, and the stability and continuity needed for educators and children.

Please sign bill A4986A into law. Parents, educators, and kids need you to act now.

Thank you for your support for the children!

Child Care Council of Westchester

Nicole Masucci

Director of Family & Employer Services

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Contact Us

Child Care Council of Westchester, Inc.

313 Central Park Avenue
Scarsdale, New York 10583

Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm
Child Care Specialists extended hours are available on Tuesdays until 7pm to help you make an informed decision about child care.

Phone: (914) 761-3456
Toll-Free: 1 (844) 387-7525

Fax: (914) 761-1957

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