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The UA's Sick Child Program (SCP) invites faculty, staff and students to review on-line copies of its registration forms and program guidelines for fiscal year 2000/2001.
The SCP program provides benefits-eligible employees and students a low-cost alternative when their children are sick and cannot attend school or well childcare. Users need to register in advance of requesting the service.
In the 1999 fall semester, SCP review team of faculty, staff and students recommended program guidelines that went into effect July 3. A copy of the report is available at http://hr2.hr.arizona.edu/policies.htm call 621-4365 to request one.
The University is committed to supporting the professional and personal needs of its employees with an array of work/life services and resources, which SCP is one offered through UA Life & Work Connections.
Contact Child Care and Family Resources Coordinator Caryn S. Jung at 621-9870 if you have any questions or comments regarding the SCP. Information is also available on the department's web site at http://lifework.arizona.edu .