Child Care Financial Assistance
The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) is a federal program that provides financial assistance to parents seeking child care so they can work or attend school. The program is commonly referred to as the subsidized child care program. Each state is responsible for administering the program through their social or human services agency. Within certain parameters, these state agencies establish qualification criteria and other eligibility requirements. Typically, an income scale is utilized to determine eligibility based on the total number of family members in your household and your total household income. To receive services, you must first apply through your local agency office. If you are approved, you will receive a child care voucher or certificate that can be used to purchase services from a licensed child care provider in your area. In most cases, you will be responsible for a small portion of the provider’s weekly tuition fee.
All Childcare Network schools welcome families participating in the subsidized child care program. To apply for this program please contact your State affiliated subsidized child care program. Each State is different. Once your State has approved you to receive subsidized child care then please contact one of our enrollment specialists at (866) 704-5864 to schedule your tour.