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Service Industry Recovery Child Care

Service Industry Recovery Child Care

In order to address the impacts of COVID-19 and to support Texas’ continued economic recovery, our partners at the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) approved funding to support a new child care program to help workers in TWC-specified service industries. 

While TWC is targeting aspects of the service sector with Service Industry Recovery (SIR) child care, all families continue to have access to Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area's regular income-based child care scholarship program.

Program Qualifications

To qualify for SIR child care:

  • At least one parent must be currently employed or entering employment in one of the following TWC-specified service industries:
  • Children must be 12 and under, or under 19 if disabled
  • Children must have legal citizenship or immigration status
  • Parent must require child care to work
  • Child care must be provided by a provider contracted with or willing to become contracted with the child care services program
  • Family's gross income (before taxes and deductions) must fall below 75% of state median income:
Service Industry Recovery Child Care Income Eligibility

For more information please email childcareconnect@ruralcapital.net or call 512-260-1937.

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Service Industry Recovery (SIR) Child Care Program

    Llano County, City of Llano Burnet County, City of Burnet Williamson County, City of Georgetown Lee County, city of Giddings Fayette County, city of LaGrange Bastrop County, city of Bastrop Caldwell County, city of Lockhart Hays County, City of San Marcos Blanco County, City of Johnson City

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    Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area serves 9 counties around the Austin, TX capital area:

    Bastrop County, Hays County, Blanco County, Burnet County, Caldwell County, Fayette County, Lee County, Llano County, Williamson County, and Burnet County - Marble Falls

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