Our new pilot program offers child care during the early mornings
Care That Works recently launched a nonstandard hour child care pilot program in Boston to model our vision of a child care system that reflects our vision for a child care system that works for working people. The program will enable parents of young children to be successful in pursuing careers in the union construction and hospitality industries by eliminating one of the major barriers: affordable child care during nonstandard work hours. We have developed a network of licensed family child care providers (members of SEIU Local 509) in Boston who will open as early as 5am to accommodate families who work in industries with nonstandard schedules (such as construction and hospitality) and those who want to gain access to careers in those industries.
The pilot program uses an online platform, Carina Care, to connect families with providers looking for high-quality child care in their area.
If you are looking for child care in the early morning, please fill out this form, and we will follow up to let you know how to connect with a provider.
With questions or for more information, contact Lindsay McCluskey at firstname.lastname@example.org