Raising Children

What you need to know

They say you’re only as happy as your happiest child, so when one of them is facing a challenge, Honeywell is here to help. Whether helping you identify local resources, find useful information, or manage their (or your own) emotional well-being, Honeywell can support you and your family.

Child Care

Bright Horizons offers both in-center and in-home back up care to meet your needs. Screened in-home caregivers and care in high-quality centers is available. Care recipients may include infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and school-age children or teens. The back-up care offering is limited to 25 visits/year. Register today.

If you are looking for more than back-up care, you have preferred enrollment in Bright Horizons centers for full-time childcare. Preferred Enrollment allows you to gain access to available full-time childcare spaces in Bright Horizons centers ahead of the general community. In addition, you have a free premium Sittercity membership.

Learn more about Back-up Care or watch a video.

Learn more about Enhanced Family Supports.

Family Concierge

A Bright Horizons Family Concierge is a dedicated team member who can help you find, coordinate, and schedule the best Bright Horizons benefits solutions for child care, elder care, pet care, housekeeping, education enrichment, and more. This team member has extensive knowledge of your employer’s Bright Horizon’s benefits and will work closely with you to create a care plan, share ongoing best practices and as your family’s needs change, help adapt your plan. There is no cost to you.

Learn more. Watch a video.

College Admissions Coaching

Bright Horizons College Admissions Coaching provides exclusive access to experts — former admissions and financial aid officers at colleges throughout the country — who offer the impartial guidance you need to help your child succeed. Register today and begin working with an admissions coach.

Learn more. Watch a video.


When your kids need help with their homework, need better studying habits or tips for test-taking success, Tutor.com has you covered. Tutors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 361 days a year. You and your immediate family can get on-demand, kindergarten-through-college tutoring in a variety of academic subjects from algebra and geometry to business law and economics.

When logging in, your EID/HID is your username. Your password is HonTutor20.

If you have questions, send an email.

* Excludes employees covered under a collective bargaining agreement and employees of FM&T.

Local resources and support

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides information about childcare services available in your area and an online library of documents about parenting issues.

In addition, you can take advantage of up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per issue — including the stress of being a caregiver — per year. Use the online resources and tools to help you be the best parent you can be.

Call a Health Advocate at 800-944-4887, or visit the website.

Substance abuse

If you or your child is struggling with substance abuse issues, contact Medical Ally. One of their representatives will connect you with the right mental health providers and treatment facilities, as well as provide additional education and support, to help you get you or your child’s life back on track. All conversations are confidential and the service is free.

  • Call 888-361-3944. Representatives are available Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. CST.
  • Visit Medical Ally. To register, enter company code Honeywell.

Leadership Challenge Academy and astronaut training

Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy provides children of Honeywell employees with the opportunity to develop their leadership skills through technology- and science-oriented workshops, lectures and team exercises that include astronaut training in Huntsville, Alabama. Developed in partnership with the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, this program is designed to encourage high school students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math.

Learn more about the program

Send your child to Space Camp in 2024.

Students must be 16-18 years of age at the time of camp and have a parent or guardian who is a full-time, current employee of Honeywell.

There’s an app for that. Many of our benefits partners have mobile apps.