Family Child Care Providers
Children’s Hunger Alliance helps more than 900 family child care providers provide healthy food and age-appropriate physical activity to children in their care. Here’s an overview of our services:
- Enroll child care providers in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), the federal Child Nutrition Program that subsidizes healthy meals and snacks in child care settings;
- Conduct background checks, arrange health and fire inspections, provide translation services as needed, and help providers to complete applications;
- Deliver CARES (Children are Ready for Education and Success) kits, an early learning curriculum focusing on healthy living developed specifically for home child care settings; and provide additional tools and resources throughout the year (e.g. children’s books, calendars, seed packets to promote gardening).
Family Child Care Provider Resources
2016-2017 Renewal Schedule
March 2017 Renewal Instructions for the following counties: Ashland, Belmont, Columbiana, Fairfield, Fayette, Holmes, Licking, Lorain, Noble, Pickaway, Portage, Richland, Tuscarawas, Union
- FY2016-2017 Income Eligibility Form
- Private Pay Documentation
- Income Eligibility Example 1: Provider Requesting Tier 1 Status
- Income Eligibility Example 2: Provider requesting meals for own/residential children
- Income Eligibility Example 3: Provider Requesting Meals for Foster Child
- Income Eligibility Example 4: Day Care Parent Requesting Meals with Family Child Care Provider
In 2016 Children’s Hunger Alliance began sponsoring daycare centers through the USDA’s Child and Adult Care Food Program. If you operate a licensed daycare center that currently serves a population of low-income children, we may be able to help you provide healthy meals for the children in your care. Please contact us for more information.