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Government subsidy accepted

I’m new to childcare and applying at places but I do have two sons and I do receive WIC and Calfresh. I want to apply to child cares but there to expensive for me. I do see how some say “government subsidy accepted” and was wondering if someone can explain what that is and how would I go about getting the help?

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Raquel posted January 9

You would need to apply directly to the goverment program in order to see if you qualify for free or reduced child care. In Kern County the program is called Community Connection, but all counties throughout CA have similar programs with different names. I would call *211 to ask for their local program or even your cal-fresh worker may be able to refer you. Best of luck. 0 Likes
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Brooke posted January 9

Thank you very much for the information. I appreciate it! 0 Likes
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Alicia posted January 9

go through calworks and talk to your case worker they will subsidize your child care while working or going to school and in some cases looking for work 0 Likes

Deborah posted January 11

You can apply at Riverside Office Of Education 0 Likes

Deidra posted January 14

Well calfresh also have a subsidy program. It help with paying for Daycare depending on age. Most childcare have they own subsidized program which u can fill out with the childcare of your choice. Just ask is they have 0 Likes

Kimberly posted January 18

You go to your public assistant office near you n tell them you want to get some help putting your kids in childcare bring their s.s card Birthcertificate proof of address n your paystub 4 weeks worth 0 Likes

Kimberly posted January 18

You go to your public assistant office near you n tell them you want to get some help putting your kids in childcare bring their s.s card Birthcertificate proof of address n your paystub 4 weeks worth 0 Likes

Marie posted January 24

Apply for Crystal Stairs 0 Likes
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Karine posted January 25

You can apply for government program, but before you should find a childcare, because you need to provide them all information about the place you found it. For more information about that you can call (323) 202-0923 Karine , k&e childcare. 0 Likes

Heather posted January 27

Depending on where you’re located, different departments offer payment help.
In Texas, you would go through the Texas Workforce Commission.
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Amrin posted March 7

Ccrc in San Fernando valley/LA county 0 Likes

LaTijera posted April 15

Hi Brooke did you receive the help that you needed? 0 Likes
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