Colorado Child Care Assistance Program - El Paso County Department of Human Services
El Paso County Department of Human Services
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Pikes Peak United Way - PPUW
Description of Service
The Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP) is a program designed to provide child care subsidies to low income families. If you have an active TANF case, please speak directly with your TANF technician about CCCAP.
El Paso County
El Paso County
There is currently a wait list for CCCAP. Walk in to complete the “Waitlist Pre-Eligibility Form” at the El Paso County DHS office Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., or go online to apply for services on the Peak Website at www.coloradopeak.secure.force.com. You can also print off an application online by going to https://humanservices.elpasoco.com/ and then clicking on "Assistance Programs", then "Child Care Assistance", then under CCCAP Application Materials click on "CCCAP Application Package". It is important that you place yourself on the wait list and also apply in order to be eligible.
Will need to provide supporting documents such as ID's for the household, birth certificates for the household, social security numbers for the household, all sources of income, proof of residency (such as a utility bill, lease agreement, letter from the person you are staying with, etc.) and any court orders related to child custody.
Assistance in finding quality child care is also available by calling (877) 338-2273.
If you are applying through the PEAK Website, before you start your online application, you might want to gather the following information to help you complete the application:
- Full names, dates of birth, and Social Security Numbers (SSNs) for the people applying for benefits.
- If someone in your home is pregnant, the due date and number of babies for that pregnancy.
- If someone is working, pay check stubs for that person’s job(s). We will ask how much each person makes at his/her job, how often he/she is paid, and how many hours he/she works.
- Benefit check stubs or award letters for types of income, such as Social Security, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or Child Support. They will ask when these types of benefits started, how much is received, and how often it is received.
- If someone is self‐employed, last year’s tax return for his/her self‐employment (if he/she field taxes for the business). Otherwise, try to gather information about his/her income and expenses for the business.
- How much you pay each month for housing (examples: rent, lot rent, mortgage, property taxes, or homeowner’s insurance).
- How much you pay each month for utilities (examples: electricity, gas, phone, water, and trash removal).
- How much you pay for someone’s care (example: day care for your children) and who provides the care.
English, Spanish, Interpretation Services
Low-income families that are employed, or teen parents that are in high school or GED programs.