Child Care & Development Council

Mission
The Child Care & Development Council is dedicated to promoting and supporting the development of quality, affordable and accessible child care services in Oswego County. To accomplish this mission we offer FREE services for child care providers, individuals interested in opening a child care program, and families searching for child care.

Vision
The Child Care & Development Council believes that all children should have access to high quality child care in a safe and healthy environment that fosters early learning.  The resources and services offered by the Child Care & Development Council shape the foundation of child care delivery in Oswego County and support the families and providers within the community.

For those who need assistanceaccessing the information on this website, due to hearing or vision impairment, we would be happy to make an appointment with you to meet with you personally. For difficulty with English, we can provide many training materials through google translator, or contract with a translator through our Oswego County BOCES.  Call Executive Director, Brandy Koproski, at 315 343 2344 ext 119.

Child Care Registration/Inspection

Our agency helps register family day care homes and school-age child care programs in Oswego County. Registrars offer a variety of support which include:

  • Assistance with NYS registration process (initial and renewal)

  • Investigate complaints and conduct inspections 

  • Help maintain compliance with NYS day care regulations

  • Provide ongoing support and technical assistance 

 

Child Care Resources and Referral Agency (CCR&R)

ICP is Oswego County's local Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R) organization. We serve as the local resource hub for families, child care providers and community members. Our motto is "Your Local Resource As They Grow," and we strive to provide the best service possible by providing the following:

  • Child care information and referrals to parents, businesses and child care providers

  • Technical assistance and health care consultancy to regulated child care providers 

  • Enrollment/monitoring of legally-exempt care

  • Training courses to child care providers and interested community members

 

Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)

CACFP is a federal program that is administered through the New York State Department of Health, Department of Nutrition and available through the Child Care & Development Council as an approved sponsor organization. Providers are reimbursed for nutritious snacks and meals that they serve to children in their care. Our agency helps by: 

  • Educating and provide training

  • Monitor and reimburse CACFP providers 

  • Recruit eligible providers to join CACFP 

Resources and Services

Who we are: 

 

Brandy Koproski

Executive Director

Phone: (315) 343-2344 ext. 119

Email: bkoproski@icpoc.org

Connor Genzel

CACFP Specialist

Enrollment Specialist

Phone: (315) 343-2344 ext. 112

Email: oswegochildcare@icpoc.org

Denise Opet

Registrar/TA Specialist

Phone: (315) 343-2344 ext. 123

Email: denise.opet@dfa.state.ny.us

Erica DeLong

Registrar/TA Specialist

Phone: (315) 343-2344 ext. 110

Email: Erica.Delong@dfa.state.ny.us

Laurie Tice, RN 

Health Care Consultant 

Phone: (315) 343-2344 ext. 121

Email: ltice.icpoc@gmail.com

Stephanie Burdick

Programs Coordinator

Phone: (315) 343-2344 ext. 115

Email: sburdick@icpoc.org

Help us keep your records current:

If you are a parent, provider, business or community partner, help us keep your records current by notifying us of any changes by contacting our office at (315)343-2344 x115, or by using the email form on the "Contact Us" page of this site.

The Child Care & Development Council is located at
317 W. First St., Suite 111 Oswego, NY 13126
Our staff is available to assist you Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m
Phone: (315) 343-2344     Fax: (315) 343-0442    info.icpoc@gmail.com

If you suspect child abuse or neglect, call the
New York State Child Abuse Hotline at
1-800-342-3720.
If you believe a child is in immediate danger,
call 911 or your local police department.