Portland State University. School of Social Work
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Multnomah County (Or.), Community Action Agency (U.S.), Federal aid to child welfare, Day care centers -- Oregon -- Multnomah County
1 online resource (45 p.)
This evaluation of the Multnomah County Community Action Agency (MCCAA) Latch Key Child Care Program was undertaken at the request of the Multnomah County Planning and Evaluation Department. Latch Key is one of three day care programs classified as "developmental programs for youth" for which Multnomah County is the fiscal agent. The other two are Littles, a full-day pre-school day care program, and Head Start, an educational and developmental program for pre-school children. Littles and Latch Key comprise what is known as Programs for Children, a comprehensive child care program which serves children of low-income working parents who live in the East County area east of 82nd Avenue, plus the Arleta, Errol Heights and Lents Districts which lie within the Portland city limits. With the exception of Mt. Hood Community College, which operates a small day care program, Programs for Children provides the only publicly-supported child care services in the above area, which was designated as a "poverty" area by the Office of Economic Opportunity in 1970. This report will evaluate the Programs for Children administration and Latch Key centers only.
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Skorney, Barbara Garrett, "An Evaluation of Latch Key Day Care" (1974). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 1742.