The Child Care Food Program (CCFP) provides financial reimbursement for nutritious meals and snacks served to eligible children enrolled in a participating daycare home.
Is your child being served balanced meals each day … ask your daycare provider if they participate in the program.
No Licensing Required
Who does the Child Care Food Program serve?
Children 12 and younger are eligible to participate in the program. Approved providers can receive reimbursement for up to 2 meals and 1 snack per day, per child. In addition to receiving reimbursement for your daycare children the program allows reimbursement for your own children per these guidelines:
- Your child is 2 weeks to 12 years of age.
- Your household income falls within the USDA income guidelines.
- One of your enrolled, unrelated, day care children is eating the same meal you’re claiming for your own child.
How much reimbursement will I receive?
Home daycare providers receive monthly direct deposits based on the number of meals and snacks served to each child per day. The rate at which home providers are reimbursed is annually set by the federal government.
For any and all inquiries call: Renée Fox at 423-218-7782.
Child Care Food Program Public Release