Topic: child care subsidy
Improper Payments Process
The following policy changes are effective 3/1/19 and are paid for with increased federal child care funding. The goal of these changes is to expand the number of high quality early educational opportunities for low income children and support family financial stability by increasing access to child care subsidies and decreasing copayments. Oklahoma Early Childhood […]
The Oklahoma Early Childhood Program (OECP) was created in 2006 to improve the quality of early education statewide and expand high quality child care options for low-income children ages 0-4. Currently, OECP funds high quality classrooms at thirty facilities serving 2,830 children statewide. Many of these programs also have Early Head Start and Head Start […]
QUIZ on Closures
Instructions on denying child care
The reauthorization of the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) by Congress represents a historic re-envisioning of the child care program.
Child care subsidy offer eligible families a low cost option for child care assistance. This program provides assistance to Oklahoma families in a variety of ways. It provides a safe and stable environment for children while their parent is participating in an approved activity. Child care assistance relieves the burden of paying full price for […]