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CalWORKs Child Care Program

(213) 974-1311 (800) 735-2929 (TDD)

Social Services including accessing affordable child care

PCOE - Placer County of Early Childhood Education


Subsidized child care programs

Santa Cruz County Parents Association


Child care subsidy or assistance


(213) 427-2700

Help paying for child care

Bananas Bunch

(510) 658-7353

Child care resource and referral program

Connections for Children

(310) 452-3325

Resources and referral for childcare

Boulder Community Network

Resource directory for Boulder County including childcare

City of Boulder Children Services Division


Information on children's services in Boulder County

YWCA Children’s Alley


Emergency temporary child care center. Sliding scale fee

Denver Preschool Program

Assists in finding preschools and provides tuition support

Denver Early Childhood Council (DECC)


Resource for finding high quality childcare

Special Kids Special Families

(719) 447-8983

Special Kids Special Families is a Colorado non-profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1998 to provide community support services to families who are raising youth and caring for adults with developmental disabilities and special needs. Our organization noted the lack of community services for youth and adults with developmental disabilities. Respite care, specialized foster care, adult day programs, and family preservation services have evolved from this need.

Adam’s Camp

(303) 563-8290

Adam’s Camp is a non-profit organization founded in Colorado in 1986, providing a variety of intensive, personalized, and integrated therapeutic programs for children with special needs and their families as well as recreational programs providing fun, social connections and growth in independence for youth and young adults with special needs.

PATH Parent to Parent/Family Voices of Connecticut


PATH Parent to Parent/Family Voices of Connecticut is a network of families providing informational and emotional support to others who have a child with developmental or health related needs. PATH/FVCT reaches out to help strengthen families coping with similar situations in Connecticut, and the organizations that serve them to reduce isolation, empower families as advocates for their children and reaffirm their values as parents and caregivers.

The Disabilities Network of Eastern Connecticut


The Disabilities Network of Eastern Connecticut will provide advocacy, peer support, independent living skills training, and information and referral services to individuals with disabilities and their families living in eastern Connecticut, and will work to enable individuals to live independently in the community.

Children’s Beach House (CBH)

(302) 655-4288

Children's Beach House (CBH) is a Delaware-based 501(c)(3), non-profit organization that fulfills founder Lydia Chichester du Pont's vision to help children with special needs reach their highest potential as functioning members of their families and the communities.

Delaware Family Voices

(302) 669-3030

Caring for children with special needs is often complex, and Delaware Family Voices and the Family to Family Health Information Center is in the unique position to help. Like you, we are parents of children and young adults with physical, developmental and mental health challenges, and we have firsthand experience navigating the maze of health care services and programs in our state. We help families of children with special needs become informed, experienced, and self-sufficient advocates for their children and themselves. There is no charge for the services we provide. We are funded through federal grants.

The Able Trust


The Able Trust, also known as the Florida Endowment Foundation for Vocational Rehabilitation, is a 501(c)(3) public-private partnership foundation established by the Florida Legislature in 1990. Its mission is to be a key leader in providing Floridians with disabilities opportunities for successful employment.

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