COMMUNITY CARE FOR KIDS

*Please see this page for up-to-date information on our programs and services during COVID-19.*

Cities/Towns Served: Belmont, Braintree, Canton, Cohasset, Dedham, Dover, Hingham, Hull, Milton, Needham, Newton, Norwood, Quincy, Randolph, Waltham, Watertown, Wellesley, Weston, Westwood, and Weymouth.

Community Care for Kids (CCK) is the child care resource and referral program serving the EEC Metro Boston Region. The program consists of several components designed to help families make educated child care choices, improve the affordability of child care for income eligible families, and increase the quality and availability of child care services. Referral and support is available to child care providers as well.

Services provided through CCK include:

Family Resources

  • Information and Referral: Find out about early education and care opportunities in your area. This service is available for families of all income levels. We can provide you with a customized list of child education and care providers based on your family’s individual needs. Information on how to select a quality provider is also available.
  • Child Care Subsidies: CCK provides child care subsidies that help income eligible families pay for the cost of child care. Click here to access a list of early education and care programs in CCK’s region that accept vouchers.

*Wait list info: To access this financial assistance, parents must place their name and information on the Massachusetts Statewide Waiting List. To place your name on the waiting list, please call our office at 617-657-5305 or click here for an application.

Provider Resources

Child care professionals or those interested in entering the field can access referrals to a variety of low cost training and support programs.

Professional development opportunities are available to help child care professionals progress through the early childhood career ladder/QRIS and include coaching and mentoring services, workshops, and college level courses. Click here to access Region 6 EPS information.

For providers holding or interested in entering a voucher agreement, please use the forms to the right. Please return forms to ldavidson@qcap.org or mail to:

Quincy Community Action Programs
Community Care for Kids
1509 Hancock Street, 3rd Floor
Quincy, MA 02169
Attn: Lisa Davidson

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Contact Us

617-657-5305
cck@qcap.org

1509 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169, 3rd Floor

Family Forms

Voucher Provider List
Confirmation of Provider Form
The Five Key Quality Components to Look For

All Provider Contract Forms

Voucher Provider Contact Information
Voucher Agreement
Transportation Addendum
W-9
EEC Rates
NACCRAware Data Sheet
Withdrawal Form

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Southwest Community Food Center remains open for residents in need. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00-4:30, Wednesday 11:00-6:30. Call 617-471-0796.Click here for important COVID-19 Updates from QCAP (5/29/2020)