Child Care Providers
Becoming a child care provider with Rural Capital CCS not only helps to improve the quality of life for our community, it also provides many benefits. Some of the advantages of being a CCS provider are:
- Receive training and technical assistance to deliver quality care and education,
- Receive direct payment for child care services,
- Participate in the Texas Rising Star program to enhance delivery of care and education,
- Receive inclusion services,
- Access to CCS staff to help with utilizing Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area facilities, and
- Providers receive paid holidays for CCS referred children.
Requirements of becoming a CCS provider:
- Must be licensed or registered with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS) as a child care center, licensed child care home or a registered child care home, or licensed as a youth camp by the Texas Department of Health Services (DHS), or operated and monitored by the United States Military Services,
- Must be in good standing with the licensing agency,
- Must not have any outstanding audit exceptions, and
- Must sign and agree to abide by the terms of a Memorandum of Understanding and the CCS Provider Handbook.