The Allegheny Child Care Finder is a unique search tool developed to support families. Caregivers and parents of young people (ages 0-18) can now search available child care, after school and summer camp programs throughout Allegheny County in real-time.
Allegheny Child Care is a unique pilot project that has been developed during the COVID-19 to support the child care needs of families. Caregivers and parents of young children can now search available child care spots at all Allegheny County early learning programs including after-school, out-of-school, and summer camps in real-time with the Allegheny Child Care tool.
For information on how to identify high-quality early learning programs and understand their COVID-19 procedures, view the following resources:
- How to Find, Choose, and Pay for High-Quality Child Care: A Guide for Families | En Español
- Family Checklist: Questions to Ask Your Early Learning Provider During COVID-19 | En Español
For additional support in finding child care and/or funding your child care needs, visit the Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC) Region 5 website or call 412.350.3577.
The Hill Youth Partnership for Enrichment (HYPE) is a grassroots collaborative effort of Hill District youth service providers, the Hill District Education Council, Pittsburgh Public Schools, and community members, focusing on engaging more youth from kindergarten through eighth grade in after school and summer programs. Learn more about HYPE and contact HYPE program providers about enrollment.
One Northside Youth eXcel (ONYX) is a joint effort of Northside youth service providers and community partners focused on supporting all Northside youth by preparing them for employment through afterschool and summer programs. Learn more about ONYX, the programs, and providers working together to create Pittsburgh’s afterschool network on the Northside.