Child Care Administration South Phoenix Office

Phoenix, AZ
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4635 S Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ - 85040

(602) 771-0730 Click to call There are no comments. Be the first to leave one below. Go To Website
About Child Care Administration South Phoenix Office

Child Care

Description of Services

This office provides DES Child Care Assistance Services. Prior to coming: Complete application Applications accepted in person, by fax or mail. Complete application (fill out completely, sign & date, indicate employment schedule) and provide verification (copies if through the mail): AZ Driver's License, AZ ID card, U.S. Birth Certificate, Legal Resident card; Paystubs for the most recent 30 days (or Employer's Statement if newly employed); verification of Child Support, Unemployment Insurance, Social Security, Veterans' or any other type of benefits received monthly; if attending school, a school schedule is required. If applying for the first time, or after a break in services, a face to face or a phone interview will be required.

The purpose of DES Child Care is to assist eligible families with child care costs, enabling parents to participate in employment and specific education and training activities related to employment, or in certain other circumstances when parents are unable to provide care. Families may choose from a variety of child care providers including Department of Health Services (DHS) licensed child care centers, DHS-certified child care group homes, DES-certified small family child care homes, and in some instances, non-certified relatives. Eligibility requirements vary with each program.

DES Child Care Services may be provided for the following eligible activities or needs:

  1. Participation in DES Jobs Program.
  2. Employment.
  3. Eligible education and training activities related to employment when working a minimum of 20 hours per week.
  4. High school, GED or remedial education classes for teen parents.
  5. Unable or unavailable to provide care for children due to a physical, mental, or emotional condition, participation in a drug treatment or rehabilitation program, or a court order community service program.
  6. Residency in a homeless or domestic violence shelter.
  7. Other needs as determined by The Department of Child Safety (DCS).

Child care is provided for a portion of a 24-hour day when neither parent is available to provide care due to participation in eligible activities or needs listed above.

Eligibility requirements vary with each program. Some programs have income eligibility requirements based on family size and gross income, and may require that family to pay a portion of the child care costs.

 

Due to limited funding, a statewide waiting list may be implemented to identify families waiting to receive child care services. Although you may be determined eligible, you may have to wait to receive services.

DES Child Care also certifies and contracts with small family child care homes, contracts with Department of Health Services (DHS) licensed child care centers and group homes and non-certified relative providers to provide child care services for eligible families.

DES Child Care also provides funding to increase the availability and improve the quality of child care services and provides leadership for statewide coordination and collaboration of various child care and early childhood development initiatives and programs.

Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions for helpful tips and information.

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