$100 Referral Gift Certificate

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Registration

Please have the following to complete registration

  • Copy of child/ren Birth certificate or passport
  • Immunization Record
  • Parent Photo ID
  • Custody Documents if applicable



Forms Need to complete registration

  • Emergency Contact
  • Photo Release
  • ASQ-SE
  • Parent Agreement
  • Getting to Know your Child
  • Parent Handbook agreement form
  • Lunch form or waiver

Tuition

There is a $35 dollar registration fee

  • First and last week tuition due before enrollment
  • Tuition due every Friday before the next service week

Child Care Financial Assistance

Child Care Works Subsidized Child Care Program

 

The subsidized child care program helps low-income families pay their child care fees. The state and federal governments fund this program, which is managed by the Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC) office located in your county.

If you meet the guidelines:

  • The ELRC will pay a part of your child care cost. This is called a subsidy payment.
  • You will pay a part of the cost. This is called the family co-pay.
  • The subsidy payment and the family co-pay go directly to the child care program.

NOTE: If your child care subsidy does not pay the full amount that your child care program charges, the provider may ask you to pay the difference between the subsidy payment and their private charges.

Guidelines

You must submit an application to the ELRC to see if you meet the guidelines for the subsidized child care program.

The following are the basic guidelines:

  • You must live in Pennsylvania
  • Have a child or children who need child care while you work or attend an education program
  • Meet income guidelines for your family size
  • Work 20 or more hours a week - or-
  • Work 10 hours and go to school or train for 10 hours a week
  • Have a promise of a job that will start within 30 days of your application for subsidized child care
  • Teen parents must attend an education program
  • The child who needs care must be a citizen of the United States or an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residency
  • Have proof of identification for each parent or caretaker in the home.