Managing the Child Care Assistance Program
Child Care providers who enroll children with families eligible for Child Care Assistance are helping children to grow and succeed while also supporting parents’ ability to work or train.
Effectively managing the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) is important to your bottom line. Providers may choose to assign the CCAP payment directly to the participating family and collect child care fees in full directly from the family. However, typically providers will work with families to collect the assigned co-payments directly from families, ensure forms are submitted accurately and on time, and receive the CCAP payment directly. The resources below have been compiled to help the process run smoothly for you and your enrolled families.
View a presentation developed by the Department of Human Services to help you:
• Feel more comfortable about CCAP policy
• Understand how payments are determined
• Know what to do to get your payments on time
Click the yellow arrow in the lower right corner of the presentation window below to view information.