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Facilitated Enrollment: Articles

Young Children and Working Parents Lose in New York’s 2017-18 Budget

The recently enacted state budget has slashed the investment in child care by $7.5 million, with targeted reductions to subsidies and facilitated enrollment. As a result, at least 900 children in New York State will lose access to child care. Read More


New York Union Child Care Coalition Facilitated Enrollment Project

The goal of the child care facilitated enrollment projects is to increase working families’ access to child care subsidies by increasing income eligibility for working families to 275% of poverty ($51,838 for a family of four) and by changing the way families can apply for subsidies. Read More


Children’s Health Coverage Shifted: Facilitated Enrollers Take A Hit

As part of the state budget package adopted in mid-August, the Legislature eliminated Medicaid coverage for children at least six years of age but less than 19 who live in households with net incomes above 100% of poverty but less than 133% of poverty. Read More


Bronx/Yonkers Facilitated Enrollment Project

The purpose of the facilitated enrollment projects is to increase working families’ access to child care subsidies by increasing income eligibility for working families to 275% of poverty ($50,600 for a family of four) and by changing the way families can apply for subsidies. Read More