Subsidized child care is a program funded through State, Federal and Smart Start funds to assist parents with the cost of child care. The subsidy program can assist parents with the cost of child care for children ages birth-12.
Child care services are based on eligibility, the need for child care and the availability of funds. In order to qualify for child care assistance, the parent/responsible adult must meet the programs income criteria based on the income unit.
Click here to see state income guidelines for Subsidized Child Care:
How to apply:
Granville County Department of Social Services
When Subsidy funding is limited, the Child Care Subsidy Program maintains a waiting list for parents requesting financial assistance with child care. Families will be contacted via letter when funding becomes available.
Granville County currently has a waiting list. It is important that families on the waiting list keep contact information updated.