Child Care Assistance

COVID-19 Child Care Information

  • Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) COVID-19: Information for Early Childhood Programs
  • CDHS Frequently Asked Questions: Emergency Child Care Collaborative
  • Get the latest information from the Colorado Emergency Child Care Collaborative
  • The list of essential workers who will be covered by this care, as outlined in the Order, includes:
    • Health Care Operations
    • Critical Infrastructure
    • Critical Manufacturing
    • Critical Retail
    • Critical Services
    • News Media
    • Financial Institutions
    • Providers of Basic Necessities to Economically Disadvantaged Populations
    • Construction
    • Defense
    • Critical Services Necessary to Maintain the Safety, Sanitation and Critical Operations of Residences or Other Critical Businesses
    • Vendors that Provide Critical Services or Products, Including Logistics and Technology Support, Child Care and Services

Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP)

The Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP) is an income based, eligibility based program designed to provide child care subsidies to low-income families for the cost of child care. The eligible activities are:

  • Employment/Self Employment
  • High school or GED study
  • 24 months of post- secondary education up to first bachelor's degree
  • 12 months of job training for a certificate program

For two parent homes, both parents must be in an eligible activity. Mesa County does require compliance with Child Support for families applying for Child Care Assistance. An interview is required for new applicants. Families may apply at the Mesa County Workforce Center Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8 am – 5 pm and Wednesday 8 am – noon.

Child Care Assistance Info Flyer

For more information, please contact us at 970-248-2735 or email [email protected]

(970)248-0871
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