Childcare Expense Financial Assistance Programs

Many government programs provide help with childcare to enable parents to work, develop skills, and support their families. Low-income families qualify for the assistance most frequently.

Like many government benefits, no resource provides the complete answer. Parents must cobble together a list of programs and apply to each one.

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