- Child Care Assistance (CCA) provides subsidies to help pay for a family’s child care costs. It is a sliding fee program.
- Families must be income eligible and need child care so that parents can work, attend school or job search. The children must be under the age of 13 (15 years old if the child has a special need), and all parents of the children in the home must be in an approved activity.
- Anoka County operates a Child Care Assistance program that helps families pay for child care so that parents can work, attend school or look for a job. This program is supported by state and federal funds.
- The family may need to pay a portion of the child care cost. This amount is called a co-pay and is based on family size and income. Family income must be less than 47% State Median Income (SMI) at time of initial application to qualify for funds.
Examples of income before taxes effective October 8, 2018:
- Family of 2 – earn less than $31,939 a year
- Family of 3 – earn less than $39,445 a year
- Family of 4 – earn less than $46,970 a year
- Family of 5 – earn less than $54,485 a year
Families interested in receiving any form of Child Care Assistance can be screened for the program by calling 763-324-2360. You can also reach us by fax at 763-324-3730.
Open for public review
Anoka County updates the plan to provide Child Care Assistance every two years. Public comment on the 2018-2019 Plan is welcome. Please contact George Borrell via email email@example.com with questions or comments about this plan. The proposed plan for 2018-2019 will be submitted to the Minnesota Department of Human Services by noon on September 18th. Public comments on the proposed plan are welcome prior to submission