First Start Day Care 18 Pulaski St, Brooklyn, NY11206 This day care welcomes children from infacy to 12 years aold, providing day care services as well as after-school care…More services. The day care has an indoor and outdoor space. It is licensed by the NY Department of Health.
Little Angels Day Care III 793 Quincy St, Brooklyn, NY11221 Licensed by the Department of Health, the day care center is one of two maintained by Little Angels in the eastern…More reaches of Bed-Stuy (the other is located only a few blocks away at 1068 Putnam Avenue). The site operates out of the first floor of a brownstone on a quiet stretch of Quincey Avenue. HRA-ACD and Begin are accepted.
Founded in 1971, The Putnam Child Development Center is a part of the New York Child Resource Center, Inc., and…More provides Early Intervention Program (EIP) services for children, ages newborn to 3 years old. EIP is a public program for special needs children who are either suspected of having or at risk for developmental delays or disabilities.
The New York Child Resource Center, Inc. is licensed by the New York City Department of Health's division of day care and the Department of Mental Health. The Quincy Avenue site offers evaluations, home-based programs and on-site day care and instruction.
Gary King is the site manager, instructor and trainer. The school also offers an after-school program for EIP students up to age 12.
Little Sun People, Too! 265 Marcus Garvey Blvd, Brooklyn, NY11221 The sister organization of Little Sun People (located at 1360 Fulton Avenue), Little Sun People, Too! is a Department of…More Health-certified day care and after school program on Marcus Garvey Boulevard. Initiated with lower-income households in mind, the program bases its tuition and fees on a sliding scale so that no one is turned away. Call or go online for more information.
Little Angel Daycare 1068 Putnam Ave, Brooklyn, NY11221 This is one of the two Health Department–licensed daycare centers that Little Angel has in Bed-Stuy (the other,…More Little Angel Daycare II, is located at 793 Quincy, just a few blocks away). Head west off of Broadway Avenue on Putnam Avenue and look for the brownstone with a bright green wrought iron fence and a large, waving Elmo jutting out over the sidewalk; the center is here, right across the street from Umoja Garden. Programs are available for infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers, and HRA-ACD and Begin are accepted.
Alumi-Trim Window Guards 924 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY11238 Alumi-Trim Window Guards is a manufacturer and dealer of child-safe window guards. Its products are made of…More enamel-coated, heat-tempered aluminum that hold up under bad weather, heat and extreme cold. Each window guard is nontoxic and able to withstand at least 150 pounds of pressure. Alumi-Trim Window Guards has been in business for more than 25 years and is certified by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
The Human Resources Administration, also known as the Department of Social Services, offers temporary cash…More assistance, food stamps, health insurance, home care for seniors and the disabled, child care, domestic violence support and HIV/AIDS support services.
The Human Resources Administration's employment services also include job programs, basic work skills training and English proficiency. The goal of the agency is to move cash assistance recipients into the working world.
Tabernacle Day Care Center 34-52 Kosciuszko St, Brooklyn, NY11205 Tabernacle Day Care, founded by Reverend Grace Havenwaller in 1965, is a daycare provider that serves 265 children.…More The organisations mission to "provide a place where minds can grow," acts like a community interface connecting parents and children with local services like the Hattie Carthan Community Garden and cultural field trips to Prospect Park Zoo. This daycare center works tirelessly to integrate social knowledge with services so working parents can stay abreast of parent/child needs. Licensed by the Department of Health, Tabernacle Day Care works closely with ACS to provide service to voucher elegible families.
Founded in 1989, The Rose F. Kennedy Family Center is a four-storey brownstone that provides transitional housing and…More daycare services for pregnant women and women with young children who are homeless. The center is a part of Brooklyn Child and Family Services and funded by the Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families.
Each floor of the building accommodates four young women and their children with one room, including a kitchen and living room that they share. Although meager, the quarters have a lived-in, sunny feel, while children's toys are stacked away neatly in each corner. And despite its total 14 residents under one roof, the building is quiet and clean.
The daycare on the first floor is a part of the Early Head Start Program that serves up to 21 children-- a mix between shelter residents and children from the community.