Child Care Subsidy Use Among Low-Income Working Families in New York City
In collaboration with the NYC Administration for Children’s Services, NCCF examined associations among subsidy policies, parents’ preferences for and perceptions of child-care quality, and the stability of subsidy receipt among parents receiving child care subsidies in New York City. This project combined administrative data with survey data.
Click the links below to view briefs resulting from our research:
- Child Care Subsidy Use – Children Aged 0-5
- Child Care Subsidy Use – Children Aged 6-13
- Child Care Preferences and Satisfaction
- Experiences with Child Care Subsidy Application and Recertification in New York City
Contracts, vouchers, and child care subsidy stability: A preliminary look at associations between subsidy payment mechanism and stability of subsidy receipt. By Alexandra Holod, Anna D. Johnson, Anne Martin, Margo Gardner, & Jeanne Brooks-Gunn.
Funding Source: Administration for Children and Families, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Contact: Anne Martin, Dr. P.H.