CCCAP - Colorado Child Care Assistance Program
Provides financial assistance for child care to low-income families that are working, searching for employment or in training, and to families that are enrolled in the Colorado Works Program and need child care services to support their efforts toward self-sufficiency. To learn more about CCCAP and whether or not you qualify, contact your county department of human or social services.
Colorado Preschool Program
The Colorado Preschool Program provides free high quality preschool to eligible children through participating school districts and partnering community sites. There is no fee for children who qualify. To learn more about your local Colorado Preschool Program, contact your local school district or neighborhood elementary school.
The Denver Preschool Program
DPP is the result of a voter approved initiative to provide tuition credits for parents, and quality improvement resources to preschools. DPP is open and voluntary for all Denver children the year before they are eligible for kindergarten. A Denver family may use the tuition credit with any preschool provider who is licensed by the state and enrolled with the Denver Preschool Program, regardless of where that preschool is located. For information about the Denver Preschool Program visit www.dpp.org or call (303)-595-4DPP.
Kids First Financial Assistance Program
The City of Aspen and Kids First offer Financial Aid for qualifying families to help pay for any child age 5 or under attending licensed childcare in Pitkin County. The parent(s) or legal guardian(s) must live or work in Pitkin County, must be working during childcare hours on the days you receive assistance, and must use licensed childcare in Pitkin County.
A G Bell Preschool-Age Financial Aid Program
The AG Bell Preschool-Age Financial Aid program was established to provide financial aid support to families of preschool age children who have been diagnosed with a moderate to profound hearing loss and who are in pursuit of spoken language education for their child. Grants are awarded to help offset expenses associated with obtaining services such as auditory support services, speech-language therapy, preschool tuition, etc.