Project Resilience Childcare Initiative
The Project Resilience Childcare Initiative (PRCI) is a multifaceted public private partnership to assist families with unforeseen childcare needs due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. PRCI will supplement and expand other subsidy programs provided by Ulster County and other private scholarships that are currently available to families at certain income levels. The first prong of PRCI will expand the childcare subsidies administered and funded by Ulster County Department of Social Services. The second prong of PRCI will provide scholarships for families to attend School-Age Children Programs throughout Ulster County.
Currently there are up to 75 percent subsidies through Family of Woodstock and funded by Ulster County Department of Social Services available to families who make 200 percent of poverty level or less.
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The Project Resilience Childcare Initiative will expand the childcare subsidies to families making 300 percent of poverty level. The subsidies will cover 50 percent of the childcare costs. This prong of PRCI will be funded up to $100,000 over the next six weeks and administered by Family of Woodstock. For more information contact the Ulster County Recovery Service Center Hotline at (845)443-8888.
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School Aged Program Scholarships
Through the PRCI Ulster County is partnering with the United Way to provide families making up to 300 percent of poverty level with scholarships to attend School Aged Children’s Programs through out Ulster County. Programs are offered in each of the county’s 9 school districts and Ulster County Community College. Some programs are offered through traditional childcare centers, while others are provided by organizations such as the YMCA and the Boys and Girls Club. The current funding for this program is up to $100,000 over the next 6 weeks. For more information and to locate a program in your area contact the Ulster County Recovery Service Center Hotline at (845)443-8888.
Partners in Project Resilience Childcare Initiative
Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley
SUNY New Paltz Benjamin Center
Family of Woodstock
Ulster County Childcare Council
YMCA of Kingston and Ulster County
Ulster County Community Action
Boys & Girls Club
Center for Creative Education
Ulster County School Districts
All school districts in Ulster County have begun instruction, either remote or in-person. Links to individual school districts are below:
Ellenville Central School District
Highland Central School District
Kingston City School District
New Paltz Central School District
Onteora Central School District
Marlboro Central School District
Rondout Valley Central School District
Saugerties Central School District
Wallkill Central School District
The Boys and Girls Club of Ulster County
The Boys and Girls Club of Ulster County, located at 139 Greenkill Avenue in Kingston, will host daytime childcare beginning on Tuesday, September 8th.
Monday- Friday, 8 AM – 6 PM: Ages 8-13
Monday- Friday, 12 PM – 6 PM: Ages 14 +
Space is limited, Registration recommended. WiFi and virtual school help provided.
For more details, please call 845-338-8666
The YMCA of Kingston and Ulster County
Visit the YMCA of Kingston and Ulster County here for full details on this program.
Grades: K – 6
Dates: Monday – Friday beginning September 8, holiday schedule TBD
School locations with before and after care:
Kingston City School District locations: Chambers, Crosby, Edson
Pre Y Academy Hours: 7AM-9AM ( Billed monthly)
Y Academy Hours: 9AM-3PM ( Billed Weekly)
Post Y Academy Hours: 3PM-6PM ( Billed Monthly)
New Paltz Locations: Drop In Academy at the YMCA and NP Rec Center: 8 AM – 6 PM, billed daily.
Program Cost for school locations:
5 day: $95/week
4 day: $84/week
3 day: $75/week
2 day: $56/week
Family of Woodstock Resources:
Information for families https://www.familyofwoodstockinc.org/ccc/for-families/