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Low Income Childcare
The Brazos Valley Workforce Development Board provides funding to Arbor-Child Care Services in order to provide subsidized child care services to low income families in the 7 county region. Income is based on the Federal Poverty Guidelines chart and is determined by the number of people in your household. To receive subsidized child care services parents must be employed or in an approved training program or some combination of both. Eligible families pay a parent fee that is based on their level of income. Parents who participate in other Workforce Programs like WIA and Choices could also be eligible for subsidized child care. To find out if you are eligible for these services, please contact Arbor-CCS at 979-595-2800.
Clients who participate in the Choices program may be eligible for free child care services. To be eligible for the child care you must be fully participating in the Choices program and meet all of the requirements of being a Choices client. For more information and to find out if you qualify you should contact Workforce Solutions at 979-595-2800.
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