Only students who are minors or students within 6 months of receiving their GED, or Post-Secondary students earning a Bachelor's Degree or less currently qualify for the Colorado Child Care Assistance program.
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In order to qualify for CCCAP, you must meet basic income eligibility requirements and you must be participating in a qualifying activity. A qualifying activity includes working, going to school, GED, Post Secondary-up to your Bachelor's degree or looking for employment (up to 13 weeks). Income eligibility is based on gross income including unearned income such as child support. All Broomfield CCCAP single heads of household applicants are required to apply for child support, if applicable.
To qualify for CCCAP in Broomfield, your family income must fall within 265% of the federal poverty level. Contact the CCCAP technician at 720.887.2275 to learn more about the eligibility requirements. The technician will conduct a brief telephone interview to determine income eligibility and schedule an appointment for a full intake interview.
Yes. You must file for child support for all children in your home that are needing assistance.
Child Care Assistance reimburses the child care costs for licensed and Qualified Exempt child care providers.
Each case is reviewed for re-determination annually.
You may pick up an application at: Broomfield Department of Human Services at 100 Spader Way Broomfield, CO 80020 or apply online at Colorado PEAK.
Once the application and all required verifications are submitted the case manager will contact you to schedule a phone interview to determine your potential eligibilityfor the program. You can contact the child care case manager at 720.887.2275 with any questions.