Indiana Bureau of Child Care. Funding for School Age Care through the Bureau of Child Care. Bureau of Child Care (BCC). Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA), Division of Family Resources
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Funding for School Age Care through the Bureau of Child Care
Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA), Division of Family Resources
Mission: To provide Indiana families with child care choices that ensure their children are safe, healthy and learning.
Federal grant designed to:
Support low-income working families through child care financial assistance (voucher subsidies)
Promote children\'s learning by improving the quality of child care programs
Provide consumer education initiatives that promote parental choice and informed decision making
Meet the income guidelines and have a
Valid service need
PES standards include:
Working telephone, hot and cold running water, criminal background checks, negative drug test and TB tests for providers, immunization records for children, supervision of children
When child care is provided in a school setting, a facility may be considered compliant with some standards if they are regulated by another State entity.
For more information about becoming a Certified Unlicensed CCDF provider, visit
CCDF payment is based on three things:
The average monthly cost of care (statewide) for School-Age child care was $283.00 in January
Also have “school age other” definition which is care for school age children during the hours of 6 am – 6 pm or care during times that school is not in session for time periods of greater than one week
1. Children who have been referred by DCS
2.Children between kindergarten and grade 3 who need care while their custodial adult works, attends school or is mentally or physically incapacitated
3. Children between grades 4-9 who need care while their custodial adult works, attends school or is physically or mentally incapacitated
4. Children in families with gross incomes below 100% of poverty