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Child Care Development Fund Voucher Program

  /  Child Care Development Fund Voucher Program

The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) program provides financial child care assistance through vouchers for families who are working or enrolled in school. To apply for the CCDF voucher program, you must contact your local Intake Agency. Chances And Services for Youth (CASY) is the CCDF Intake Agency for the 10 counties of Clay, Greene, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vermillion and Vigo.

Voucher Assistance for Parents The CCDF forms found below will help you in applying for the voucher program. Please follow this procedure:

  1. Fill out a Waitlist Application and submit it with a pay stub if applicable. Then you can drop it off, mail it in or fax it to the CASY office. 
  2. Every 75-days CASY will send a notice by mail to update your application. You must respond within 10-days to remain on the waitlist.
  3. You will be notified by mail when funding is available for your family.

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While your name is on the wait list, you should familiarize yourself with the Appointment (CCDF) Checklist. When funds become available you will have a limited time to gather the required documentation needed to complete your appointment.

For additional assistance, a website has been developed to offer hands-on, user-friendly information to Indiana families who receive CCDF services. To find additional information and to view your case information, voucher information, child(ren)’s attendance, payments your child care provider has received for your child(ren), and the opportunity to approve or deny late attendance (formerly known as discrepancy), go to the INDIANA e-Child Care Parent/Guardian Web Portal. Information for Child Care Providers Go to Indiana Provider Web Portal for hands-on, user-friendly information about the child care attendance information that is recorded in your Point of Service (POS) device and used to calculate your CCDF payments.

Reporting Fraud Fraud may be reported in variety of ways. Applicants, co-applicants, child care providers and concerned citizens can contact:

  • The Fraud Hotline at 800-403-0864 (Select option 1 and then option 2. When prompted enter zip code); or
  • ReportFraud@fssa.IN.gov; or
  • FSSA Compliance Division, Room E-414, 402 W Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204.
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