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Child Care Services Quality Provider List (Updated October 01, 2020)

Child Care Services Quality Provider List

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Choosing the right childcare provider is one of the most important decisions that parents make.

Workforce Solutions provides a list of child care providers throughout Central Texas who meet our standards to help you find quality child care options.  You can also search online.

The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services site offers information on Child Care Licensing, Standards & Regulations and information for Child Care Professionals.

Child Care Services Quality Provider List | last updated October 01, 2020
Child Care Services Quality Provider List | last updated October 01, 2020
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Child Care Application Paperwork

Child Care Documents & How to Apply

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Parent Handbook & Required Documents

  • Please read all instructions carefully.
  • To help us serve you better, please make sure all forms are filled out completely and legibly.
  • If possible, attach all necessary documentation, and make sure to keep a copy of all forms for your personal records.

Applying for Child Care Services

In order to expedite processing of your application it is important that you read all documents in detail. It is also important that you submit a complete waitlist application that includes the required supporting documentation. The PDF application is fillable online, but you will need to download it in order to add your signature. If you need assistance in completing the application or other documents please contact us for help.

Required Information & Documents

When applying for child care financial aid, you will need the following information:

  1. Date of birth for all household members.
  2. Proof of U.S. citizenship or legal immigrant status for each child on whose behalf you are applying for child care financial aid (birth certificate, alien registration card I-551, etc.)
  3. Employment information for all household members including name, address, and phone number of the employer, work hours/days, rate of pay, how often paid.
  4. Training information for all adult household members including name, address, and phone number of the school, days per week, current enrollment hours, total hours completed, anticipated graduation date and transcript.
  5. Amount of household income received from other sources such as TANF, SSI, etc.
  6. Child care information including name, address, phone number, city, and zip code of a licensed or registered child care provider.

**Please Note: For Relative Child Care Providers, the name, address, phone number, social security number, and their relationship to the child(ren). A criminal background check is also required.**

Submitting Completed Forms

Once you’ve completed the application, please send it to your local Workforce Solutions CCS Office, along with supporting documentation, by using the upload section below.

 

Alternative methods include:

  • Email: child.care@workforcesolutionsCTX.com
  • Postal mail
    KILLEEN OFFICE: 300 Cheyenne Drive Killeen TX, 76542
    TEMPLE OFFICE: 201 Santa Fe Way, Suite 201 Temple TX, 76502
  • In-person (see office locations and hours)
  • By fax 
    KILLEEN OFFICE: 844-273-4379
    TEMPLE OFFICE: 844-273-4579

**Please allow ten business days from the day of receipt for your application to be reviewed.**

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Child Care Services Income Guidelines

Child Care Services Income Guidelines

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Learn how eligible families of children under the age of 13 may receive child care financial assistance so that parents can work, attend school, or participate in training.

Eligible families may receive child care financial assistance to cover a portion or, in some cases, all of the costs for child care so that parents can work, attend school or participate in training. Child care assistance is available only for children under the age of 13 in any of these circumstances:

  • Parents are receiving or transitioning off of public assistance
  • Are receiving or needing protective services
  • Families are low-income

In some cases the workforce development board may have a waiting list for child care services.

For more information, visit our child care page for parents or contact your local office.

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CTCOG Vendor Application

Central Texas Workforce Board Vendor Application

Do Business With Us

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By WEBSITE ADMIN

Workforce Solutions of Central Texas’ Workforce Development Board periodically issues requests for proposals soliciting contractors to provide various services.

Complete the document below to become a vendor.

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