Parents must help establish the paternity of their children if necessary and help obtain child support for their children.
Parents must not abuse alcohol or use, sell or posses any controlled substance or illegal drug.
Parents must report any changes in their status to CCPS within 10 calendar days.
Parents must sign , date, and submit all required forms according to deadlines.
CCPS case managers at your local workforce center can provide assistance with forms.
Parents must call their child care provider when the child will be absent. Children are only allowed 45 absences per year. Care is terminated if the child is absent five days in a row and the parent has failed to contact the provider.
Many families of the CCPS pay a portion of the cost of child care service, called a parent fee. Parents fees are paid in advance to the child care provider. Parents may lose their services if their fees are not paid on time.
1 Child: 9% of family’s MGI (monthly gross income)