Care 4 Kids helps low to moderate income families in Connecticut pay for child care costs. This program is sponsored by the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood.
To learn more about Care 4 Kids, take a look at this website. It has information for both parents and child care providers. You can look at the site to find out how the program works, who is eligible, and more.
You can also print the forms you need to apply for the program, go to the Forms page.
Click here for Provider Requirements
Care 4 Kids will begin accepting Applications for summer care and Summer Parent Provider Agreement Forms on May 1, 2018.
At this time the Care 4 Kids program is accepting applications from families in Priority Groups 1-4.
All Care 4 Kids providers are required to complete mandatory provider orientation and annual training as required by federal law. The Office of Early Childhood had extended the completion date of these requirements to September 30, 2018. Once providers have completed the initial provider orientation, they will be required to complete annual ongoing professional development to remain eligible. Click here for the Provider Requirements
Provider Orientation and Training
Provider Orientations are mandatory training for all home based Care 4 Kids providers. There are also a variety of trainings offered through the Office of Early Childhood Quality Improvement System.Register
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