The Subsidized Child Care Services Program provides assistance to eligible children and their families. Counties receive an annual allocation of state and federal funds that is used to provide a child care subsidy which enables families to access child care and developmental experiences for children less than 13 years old. The program provides assistance with payments to child care providers.
You may be eligible if:
Application for services is required. Families must meet income limits established by the Division of Child Development and Early Education. There may be a waiting list. When a waiting list is necessary, Information should be kept current. Contact is made with families when funding becomes available.
For more information contact: 919-989-5300
All inquiries go through the DSS main number:
This includes Food Stamps (FNS), Medicaid, Temporary Assistance Needy Families (TANF), Child Care, Child Protection, Adult Protection, Foster Parenting, Transportation, and more.
Report Child Abuse/Neglect
Report Adult Abuse/Neglect
Call 911 or (919) 989-5000.