CHILD CARE ASSISTANCE
The Delaware Child Development Child Care Assistance Program is designed to help American Indian families help themselves. It was established to provide families with quality child care assistance while parents are working, attending school, or in a certified training program.
Because these families have the assurance of child care assistance, they are able to maintain good work attendance and/or receive additional education/training. This makes it possible for the family income to increase and their quality of lifestyle to improve. The DCD Child Care Assistance Program has proven to be a needed and successful support program for American Indian families in our area.
Children ages birth through 12 years needing care
complete online application
Provide all required documentation to support application
American Indian/ Alaska Native
Member of a
Meet citizenship and immigration status requirements
Reside within the Child Care Assistance Program service area
education or training
eligible child care provider
MEET THE TEAM
Melanie Black is the Manager of Billing and Child Care Assistance for Delaware Child Development. She graduated with an Associate's Degree of Science in 2000 and began working for DCD in 2010. Ms. Black works with the Child Care Assistance Program and is in charge of organizing all billing for DCD's two child care centers, which includes communicating with the current families enrolled. She is also in charge of setting up all contracts with American Indian Tribes and the Oklahoma Department of Human Services.
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