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Childcare Support

Childcare Support

Many healthcare jobs and degree programs require a lot of flexibility, which can be hard if you have a family.  Planning and maintaining reliable childcare is necessary and directly relates to your ability to show up for work on-time.

If you need help to select a childcare provider? Here are some tips:

If you need help finding or paying for childcare, contact United Way’s Mass 2-1-1 line (just call 211). Find alternative resources to Pay for Child Care, such as: government programs, employee benefits, and student resources.

These agencies offer free services to help you find qualified childcare professionals, and can provide vouchers to help you pay for childcare.

1441 Main Street, First Floor
Springfield, MA 01103

The REBHC is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program, auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities, Verizon Telephone Relay Service: TDD/TTY: 1-800-439-2370 Voice: 1-800-439-0183

An Initiative of

This website was funded in part by Workforce STAT (Skills, Talent, Awareness, Training): Transforming Regional Capacity for Healthcare Education, Grant # CB18820. Workforce STAT was a $1.66 million Community Based Job Training Initiative through the U.S. Department of Labor. The website is also funded in part by a Healthcare Skills Gap Partnership grant through the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development. The grant program was funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and administered by Commonwealth Corporation.