Workforce Solutions Texoma offers child care assistance to help low income families pay for child care so they can go to work, attend an educational program or a vocational training program. The funds used to pay for child care assistance are federal Child Care and Development Funds from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Customers receiving child care assistance must meet federal, state and local guidelines in order to qualify for child care assistance. The information contained on this website is here to help you:
- make a decision about child care for your child/children,
- determine if you may qualify for child care assistance,
- complete the application process to receive child care assistance, and
- complete the re-certification process while receiving child care assistance.
To start a new child care application, please click here.
If you are currently receiving Child Care Services and it is time for you to re-certify, please click here.
If you would like to view our forms in PDF format, please click here.
If you would like help choosing a child care provider, please click here.
For information about the Child Care Attendance Automation program (CCAA), please click here.
For information about quality child care, please click here.
For information about parenting classes, please click here.
To view the Parents Rights and Responsibilities, please click here.
To view the child care application check sheet, please click here.