The federally-funded Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP) provides financial assistance to eligible families who are working, searching for employment, in training or in an educational activity and need child care services to support their efforts to achieve and/or maintain self-sufficiency. CCCAP is administered in Weld County through the Department of Human Services (DHS).
Currently, Weld County's eligibility level is at 185% of the Federal Poverty Level. Families whose gross income does not exceed 185% of the Federal Poverty Level may be eligible for CCCAP. To apply for CCCAP, parents must complete an application and provide information about their income and work or training program.
Income Eligibility Guidelines(PDF, 172KB)
CCCAP Application English(PDF, 2MB)
CCCAP Application Spanish(PDF, 2MB)
CCCAP Redetermination Form English(PDF, 2MB)
CCCAP Redetermination Form Spanish(PDF, 1MB)
CCCAP Regulations (Effective 7/1/2023)(PDF, 787KB)
Families enrolled in CCCAP are required to pay a portion of their child care costs, called the parental fee. The amount they pay is based on their gross income and the number of people in their household.