Care That Works is a Boston-based pilot program organizing child care for families who need child care for “nonstandard” schedules to enter and stay in good union careers such as in construction and hospitality.
Our Pilot is starting with early hour child care and will expand in time to accommodate other shift needs. We are building a network of licensed Family Child Care providers who can open as early as 5:00 a.m. for parents with early morning shifts.
This form does not sign you up for care, but after you complete the form you will receive a call from the Pilot to confirm your eligibility and connect you to providers in our network.
Please feel free to share this survey with others who have nonstandard hour child care needs.
Contact our Program Coordinator, Helen Barrios, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Frequestly Asked Questions
A: Family Child Care (FCC) providers are licensed child care providers that offer child care out of their private residence. They can be licensed to care for up to ten children. Read more here: http://bit.ly/3Rt8xej
A: Yes, all the providers in the network accept vouchers.
A: The providers’ private-pay rates range from $290-$400 weekly for full-time care.
A: You can refer your licensed Family Child Care provider to us and we can support them to join the Pilot if they are interested. Also, on a case-by-case basis, we can support a relative or friend (a license-exempt Family, Friend, and Neighbor caregiver) who has already provided child care for you in the past.
Be Right Back! The CTW Nonstandard Hours Child Care Pilot is currently on hold and will be back online January 2023. If you are intersted and would like to be added to the waitlist, please fill out the form below:
¡Volvemos enseguida! En estos momentos el programa piloto de cuidado de niños en horario no estándar de CTW está en espera y volverá a estar en línea en Enero de 2023. Si está interesadx y desea ser agregadx a la lista de espera, complete el formulario que sigue: