Gov. Pritzker announced new investments that will enhance the state’s early childhood system in the following ways:
Changes to CCAP income types for the purposes of eligibility will go into effect on December 1, 2022. Effective December 1, 2022, the following income types will be considered exempt for the purposes of CCAP eligibility determination:
Parents and Providers can get more information here.
Effective October 1, 2021, through June 30, 2023, parents who are unemployed and engaged in a job search or attempting to enroll in an education/training activity are eligible for three months of Child Care Assistance, provided they meet all other CCAP eligibility requirements. If parents become employed or enroll in an educational activity before the end of the 3 months and meet all other CCAP eligibility requirements, their eligibility will continue for the remaining 9 months of the initial 12-month eligibility period. Parents need to submit documentation showing they are working or enrolled in school to extend their initial 3-month eligibility period.
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Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP): Initial Activity Search (IAS)
Round 4 of the Child Care Restoration Grant will open through INCCRRA on October 18th and the Childcare Stabilization Grants will continue into 2022. The continuation of the Child Care Restoration Grants is designed to help sustain childcare as the economy continues to reopen.
Providers can get more information at https://www.ilgateways.com/financial-opportunities/restoration-grants
Get child care payment updates and check the status of your payment.
For any questions about your Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) case, please call 312-823-1100 or schedule a consultation appointment.
We, the Village seeks to ensure all Illinois children can receive the child care and early education they need, and parents want, from birth to kindergarten.
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