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Odessa YMCA offering 24 hour childcare for essential workers

The service is intended to help people like medical professionals, delivery personnel, grocery store employees and first responders.
Credit: Odessa YMCA

ODESSA, Texas — The Odessa Family YMCA is now offering 24-hour child care to essential workers.

Children from six weeks to 12 years of age will be cared for at the Joe Pinner YMCA Learning Center.

Essential workers eligible for the service include but are not limited to medical professionals, delivery personnel, grocery store employees and first responders.

While the YMCA realizes it is ideal for most people to stay home, they also know people need to perform essential jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic and are hoping to ease the burden for those on the front lines who cannot leave their children alone at home.

Scholarships are also available through the support of United Way.

To find out more information on the service you can call email slara@odessaymca.org. 

To register your child you can call 432-334-7971. Space for this service is limited.

CHILDCARE SERVICES We are excited to announce the Odessa Family... YMCA will be providing 24-hour childcare services for all essential workers. These groups may include but are not limited to medical professionals, first responders, grocery store employees, delivery personnel, government employees, etc. For general questions and rate information, please email Susan at slara@odessaymca.org.

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