Child Care

After School Programming Supporting Academic, Social and Emotional Development

What We Offer

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem offers high quality care; state certified licensed Child Care during after school. Our program is open to children 5 years of age (enrolled in kindergarten) to 12 years. The main objective of the licensed program is to offer children a...

Contact: Sabrina Garcelon Phone: 978-744-0915 Email: sgarcelon@bgcgs.org

During the summer, we offer a fun camp experience that includes BrainGain: Activities developed by educational experts for Boys & Girls Clubs of America aimed at preventing summer learning loss.

Brain Gain incorporates an exciting hands-on learning model into each day’s...

Contact: Sabrina Garcelon Phone: 9787440915 Email: sgarcelon@bgcgs.org

Camp Fire North Shore is excited to provide Salem youth at Bentley Academy with the opportunity to realize their potential by participating in various activities while making new friends under the supervision of qualified, caring adults. Programming includes age appropriate activities such as Homework Club, Arts & Crafts, Sports, Games & Outdoor Play....

Contact: Ariel Asher, Program Director Phone: 978-745-7200 Email: aasher@campfirenorthshore.org

Family, Friends and Children are invited to celebrate the New Year in our Kids' Club Babysitting Room. Families are asked to bring a potluck meal. There will be games, crafts and plenty of time to play and socialize!



Contact: Mary Sholds Phone: Email: sholdsm@northshoreymca.org

The mission of For Kids Only Afterschool (FKO) is to provide year-round out-of-school time services that meet the needs of children and their families through academic, social and cultural opportunities that promote learning and self-esteem necessary for life-long success.

FKO’s year-round programming provides children with learning experiences after school, during school...

Contact: Marisa Chiulli Phone: 9787788815 Email: mchiulli@fkoafterschool.org

The mission of For Kids Only Afterschool (FKO) is to provide year-round out-of-school time services that meet the needs of children and their families through academic, social and cultural opportunities that promote learning and self-esteem necessary for life-long success.

FKO’s year-round programming provides children with learning experiences after school, during school...

Contact: Meg Fitzpatrick Phone: 9787405927 Email: mfitzpatrick@fkoafterschool.org

You don’t need to be perfect. Or rich. Or own your own home. What you do need to become a foster parent is a big heart, patience and a desire to make a difference in the life of a child.

Children who need foster care range in age from birth to 22. What they have in common is they all have experienced some sort of trauma. They need a loving home so they can feel safe while remaining...

Contact: MaryLuz Arling Phone: (978) 935-9555 Email: marling@plummeryouthpromise.org

Overlooking peaceful Salem Harbor in an area known as Winter Island sits a refurbished, grand Victorian. It houses an important mission – providing stability and hope for youth who have had a history of abuse, neglect and emotional and/or behavioral challenges.

Through the course of a year, 24 boys between the ages of 13 and 18 reside at the Plummer Group Home. The boys are referred by...

Contact: Shane MacMaster Phone: (978) 744-1099 Email: smacmaster@plummeryouthpromise.org

At the Y, we believe all kids deserve the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve. It makes for confident kids today and contributing and engaged adults tomorrow. Our After School programs keep school age students engaged in learning and fun activities outside of the classroom.

The Salem YMCA supports families by providing safe and affordable child care programs...

Contact: Libby Trejo Phone: 978-744-0351 Email: trejol@northshoreymca.org

Our Early Learning Center prepares children for a lifetime of academic success by offering children and their families early learning readiness experiences and comprehensive child development programs. With the values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility as our guide, we work with families every day to help children discover their full potential.



Contact: Mary Mastroelli Phone: 781-990-7076 Email: mastroellim@northshoreymca.org