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The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) is a federal program that helps low-income families obtain child care so they can work, attend training, or continue their education. The purpose of CCDF is to increase the availability, affordability, and quality of child care.
The CCDF Program is administered through the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) in the Division of Family Resources (DFR), Bureau of Child Care (BCC). The CCDF State Plan outlines state and local level parameters and includes program outcomes, systems development, and eligibility requirements.
To apply for the CCDF voucher program, you must contact your local Intake Agent.
Families must then choose a child care provider who meets CCDF provider eligibility standards. If you need help locating a CCDF eligible provider, contact your local Child Care Resource and Referral agency.
Families must then have their provider fill out the Provider Information Page.
For information on how to become a CCDF certified unlicensed provider, visit http://www.in.gov/fssa/carefinder/3903.htm