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Monroe, Wayne

25,695

13,108

49%

Chemung, Schuyler

4,134

1,916

54%

7%

Columbia, Greene

1,260

554

56%

12%

Broome, Tioga

6,583

2,837

57%

14%

Seneca, Tompkins

1,934

825

57%

15%

New York City

298,960

121,685

59%

19%

Rensselaer

3,954

1,564

60%

21%

Sullivan, Ulster

5,072

1,980

61%

22%

Rockland

4,746

1,773

63%

25%

Oswego

3,244

1,181

64%

27%

Warren, Washington

3,027

1,087

64%

28%

Chenango, Cortland

2,586

913

65%

29%

Jefferson, Lewis

3,908

1,371

65%

30%

Erie

30,489

10,619

65%

30%

Albany

8,475

2,863

66%

32%

Nassau

14,076

4,750

66%

33%

Cayuga, Madison, Onondaga

21,500

6,590

69%

39%

Saratoga

2,824

856

70%

39%

Westchester, Putnam

17,054

5,166

70%

39%

Suffolk

21,199

6,201

71%

41%

Herkimer, Oneida

12,462

3,558

71%

43%

Dutchess

4,846

1,380

72%

43%

St Lawrence

3,996

1,116

72%

44%

Ontario

3,106

800

74%

48%

Steuben, Yates

5,029

1,291

74%

49%

Genesee, Orleans

4,061

1,017

75%

50%

Allegany, Cattaraugus

5,713

1,287

77%

55%

Orange

8,573

1,886

78%

56%

Delaware, Otsego, Schoharie

4,852

1,016

79%

58%

Fulton, Montgomery

4,476

920

79%

59%

Livingston, Wyoming

3,261

620

81%

62%

Niagara

8,100

1,348

83%

67%

Appendix C Percent of potentially financially eligible children not receiving child care subsidy, based on 100% and

50% uptake rates.1

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# of

Potentially

# of Children

Eligible Children2

3 Care Subsidy Receiving Child

4,032

2,545

3,438

2,029

1 2 Uptake rates are the rates at which services are utilized by potentially financially eligible populations. Number of children potentially financially eligible to receive child care subsidy is estimated by counting the number of children under age 12 whose family income is below 200% of poverty and with all resident parents in the workforce. Source: 2 0 0 6 P u b l i c U s e M i c r o d a t a S a m p l e ( P U M S ) f r o m t h e A m e r i c a n C o m m u n i t y S u r v e y c o n d u c t e d b y t h e U . S . C e n s u s B u r e a u . Number of children receiving child care subsidy is an annual, unduplicated count of children that received subsidy funded under the NYS Child Care Block Grant (October 2006-September 2007). Source: Upstate data: Welfare Reporting and 3 T r a c k i n g S y s t e m d a t a b a s e . N e w Y o r k C i t y d a t a : c h i l d c a r e c a s e a u t h o r i z a t i o n s l i s t s s e n t t o O C F S b y A C S In these counties, with the assumed 50% uptake rate, the number of potentially eligible children not being served was less than zero, suggesting that the uptake rate may be greater than 50% in these counties and/or the estimate of potentially eligible children may be low. . 4

Hamilton

5,991

879

85%

71%

New York State Total

562,656

209,531

63%

26%

County Group Chautauqua Schenectady

Subsidy (100% uptake) (adjusted for 50% uptake)

37% Children served exceeds 41% uptake4

Clinton, Essex, Franklin,

% Potentially Eligible Children NOT Receiving Child Care

% Potentially Eligible Children NOT Receiving Child Care Subsidy

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