NYC promises affordable child care to undocumented families through voucher program
Next month, New York City will begin providing subsidized child care to low-income, undocumented families, who typically can’t access such services because of their immigration status.
The $10 million initiative, called Promise NYC, is expected to serve 600 children over the next six months, city officials announced Wednesday. It also aims to help the influx of asylum-seeking families from South America who have come to New York City over the past several months.
Full article here: https://ny.chalkbeat.org/2022/12/14/23509993/ny-affordable-child-care-undocumented-immigrants-asylum-seekers
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