Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) Information for Child Care Providers
Child care providers who accept financial assistance payments from CCAP are key to the success for families who are working and/or enrolled in an approved education and training program. Providers will need to complete the provider portion of the application or change of provider paperwork with the family. Whether the provider is a licensed or licensed exempt home or center they will be responsible for submitting paperwork in order to receive payment from the Office of the Comptroller.
License Exempt Home Providers
- Copy (front and back) of a valid State of Illinois driver’s license or ID card with your current address on it
- Copy of your social security card
- W-9 Form
- Background check and/or fingerprinting form
Licensed Home and Center Providers
- W-9 Form
- Child Care Rate Certification form
License Exempt Center Providers can contact the CCAP department to inquire about requirements.
To help ensure the health and safety of children, the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) is requiring all child care providers participating in the Child Care Assistance Program to complete specific health, safety and child development training, have current CPR/First Aid certification, and complete ongoing annual training hours.
Click below for requirements by type of provider.
- Licensed Family Child Care Providers
- Licensed-Exempt Family Child Care Providers (includes Relative and Non-Relative Providers)
CCAP Required Training Information- Updates as of March 15th click here
IDHS CCAP Required Training Information Announcement as March 30th- English click here
IDHS CCAP Required Training Information Announcement as March 30th- Spanish click here